The town house Haworth is just a few minutes walk away from Haworth steam railway station famous for its role in ’The Railway Children’ and still lit by gas light. The quaint cobbled Main Street is just a few minutes further on as is the Bronte Parsonage Museum.
Haworth has so many exciting events and is close to other major attractions. One could choose to kick back and read a book, go for walks over the moors, attend one or two of the many weekend events. In the evenings visit the many restaurants, bars and enjoy the fine wines and real Ales or relax with friends and family in the courtyard garden.
The Town House Haworth offers two private off street parking bays, 4 bedrooms for seven people, two en suites one family bathroom and a downstairs toilet, Kitchen/Diner, Utility room, courtyard dining and front garden seating with views over to the Bronte parsonage.
I am a fan of real ales and Haworth has plenty to offer, Haworth steam brewery is worth a visit. Timothy Taylors are based in Keighley and Copper Dragon in Skipton. Take a walk to the top of Main Street and start at the Sun Inn. Just try to get back to The Town House without visiting less than seven public houses that sell real ale.
You are now in God's own county and there is an abundance of walks for all levels. Beautiful scenery for painters and photographers alike. Relax reading or writing novels in peaceful surroundings. Take a short walk at the back of the Brontë Parsonage Museum to the Brontë Waterfall and onto Top Withens and gain inspiration on that next poem or music you may compose.
Arrive in style; catch the train to Keighley and then transfer to the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway and hop on one of the many steam or diesel engine trains. It's a short trip to Haworth station and a few minutes walk to The Town House Haworth.
*Bronte Parsonage Museum. *Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. *Bingley music live. *National Coal Mining Museum for England. *Royal Armouries Museum. *Roundhay Park. *Tick Tock Unlock. *Saltaire Village. *Temple Newsam. *Salts Mill. *Yorkshire Sculpture Park. *National Science and Media Museum. *Thackray Medical Museum. *Bradford Industrial Museum. *Bingley Five Rise Locks. *Castle Hill. *Leeds and Liverpool Canal. *County Arcade. *Alhambra Theatre. *Grand Theatre. *City Varieties Music Hall. *West Yorkshire Playhouse. *Greenhead Park. *Newmillerdam Country Park. *Golden Acre Park. *Roberts Park. *Ogden Water Country Park & Nature Reserve. *Hardcastle Crags. *The Wonkey Donkey Visitors Centre. *SMJ Falconry. *Wetherby Racecourse. *Napoleons Casino. *Grosvenor Casino *Leeds Westgate. *Haworth Parish Church. *Shibden Park. *York Gate Garden. *Tropical World. *Stockeld Park. *Bolton Abbey. *Skipton Castle. *Malham Cove. *Clapham. *Settle Carlisle Railway. *Ingleborough. * Forest of Bowland AONB. *Norber Erratics. *Wensleydale Creamery. *Cragg Vale Hill climb.
3 The Town House Haworth
Is centrally located very close to Haworth station, main street and the church.
With two private off road parking bays essential in the narrow streets of this historic town,
The Town house has been tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard so you can enjoy your holiday in comfort and luxury.
There is Wifi throughout the house with a HD TV in the cosy lounge with views across moorland and to the world famous Haworth church.
The House boasts four generous sized bedrooms that sleeps seven easily, With three bathrooms and four loos you won't have to que in the morning to get on with your day.
The hart of any house is it's kitchen ours is a modern fully equipped with utility room and social dining area for seven.
A rear courtyard garden which you can enjoy sunset entertaining at the barbeque/smoker.
Also a front garden with seating entertaining area ideal for enjoying morning coffee with the views.
We supply toiletries, Bed Linen & towels, but don't forget to pack your toothbrush and slippers.
The Town House Haworth is delighted to report we have been awarded the iconic accolade
Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 2019, 2020
Cottages.com Customer Choice award 2020
Escape To The Moors - Every Saturday!
Book a 5 miles (8km) mile guided walk across Haworth Moor to all key Brontë landmarks and beauty spots.
You'll walk in the footsteps of the Brontës and explore the wild Yorkshire moors, visiting Brontë Waterfall, Top Withens (Wuthering Heights), Alcomden Stones and Ponden Kirk (The Fairy Cave), returning to Haworth via the village of Stanbury. Depending on the weather, we may go further off the main paths but this will be discussed with you.
There's plenty of rest points and time to enjoy the stunning views and to take photographs and along the route you'll learn about local places of interest and hear stories of local folk-lore.
It will be a leisurely pace and a lovely way to spend the morning. You'll be back in time for a hearty cafe/pub lunch (not included) and the afternoon to browse the many shops for a well-deserved treat!
For your peace of mind, Bronte Adventures is "We're Good To Go" accredited by Visit England and the walk has been risk assessed, specifically relating to COVID-19. Your guide, David, also has a Wilderness 1st Aid Certificate (accredited by the Fell Runners Association) and will be carrying a 1st aid kit and other appropriate safety equipment.
As part of a phased reopening, we’re offering pre-booked return journeys using private compartments. These seat 1-8 people, and on Sundays we’ll be using vintage and First Class stock rarely used on the Railway.
To keep everyone safe we’ve made some changes so your visit will be a bit different to normal. Please visit our ‘Back in Steam’ FAQ page to read more about what to expect on the day and see what safety measure are in place.
confirmed guest Amanda
Left on Jul 29, 2020 for a stay in Jul 2020 Amazing 3 night stay to visit family. The house has everything and more that you could possibly need. The decor is beautiful and it really feels like home. A welcome hamper was a really nice touch. It was lovely to sit in the patio area and eat lunch and parking spaces were great too. We had some lovely walks to nearby pubs and shops on the cobbled streets, only a 10 minute walk through a beautiful park. Richard was very friendly when we spoke on the phone and is very knowledgeable about the area. All in all, we would highly recommend this property and will be back again soon.
confirmed guest Mel
Left on Dec 31, 2019 for a stay in Dec 2019
We loved our stay here and the house had everything we needed. Very homely and the beds were very comfortable.
Gillian 10 out of 10 rating cottages.com
Confirmed guest on 11/11/2019
Spent a lovely weekend at the Town House, great house with everything you need, well stocked kitchen and a lovely welcoming basket packed with all the essentials. Very clean and 4 good size bedrooms, 3 double and 1 single. High quality bed linens and comfy beds. Decorated to a high spec, would definitely recommend for anyone looking for a comfortable break away. Central to a number of nearby towns and the High Street definitely worth the walk up the hill.
10 out of 10 rating cottages.com
Confirmed guest on 14/10/2019
Excellent house for a holiday. Very pleased with the accommodation. Extremely thoughtful of the owner to leave a hamper- much appreciated. Would definitely return.
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The following list includes events (many of which are held on a regular annual basis) which take place in or near toHaworth village (appearing in approximate forthcoming order):The Bronte Vintage Gathering, The Haworth 1940s weekend, The Haworth Festival, The Haworth 1960s Weekend, The Oxenhope Straw Race, Yorkshire Day in Haworth' The Worth Valley Beer and Music Festival, Hallowe'en in Haworth, The Haworth Steampunk Weekend, Scroggling the Holly, The Victorian Christmas Market, The Christmas Torchlight Procession, The Christmas Nativity Pilgrimage, Christmas and New Year in Haworth,The Haworth Beer Festival
Q/. Do you allow pets
A/. Yes, only through Tripadviser, but please bring your own pet bedding and we respectfully request that you refrain from allowing pets in bedrooms and on the furniture.
Q/. Are we allowed to smoke on the premises.
A/.No, we are a non smoking house in respect of future guests, however smoking is permitted outside in the rear courtyard and outside the front of the house.
Q/. Do I need to take towels or toiletries.
A/. No not really, all you need to pack is your slippers, toothbrush, toothpaste and a face flannel.