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Official star rating provided by VisitEngland, the National Tourist Board.
4 Star Hotel
The 300 year old facade of this former coaching inn hides the fact this family run hotel combines charming olde world features with thoroughly modern facilities. Situated at the top of the famous cobbled street, walked by the Revd. Patrick Bronte and his famous family. In more recent...
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This is a comfortable and attractive hotel right in the center of town near the Bronte Museum and Parsonage. This hotel has a bar that serves good food and a fine restaurant. The people who work here are very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is...More
Went in here a few times over the weekend we stayed in Haworth had a few different craft beers named after the Bronte sisters.All was fine the bar maid was lovely and a bonus was there was a singer on aswell. We would return if...More
My wife and I had booked rover tickets on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway and starting from Keighley decided to have lunch in Haworth. We picked the Old White Lion as friends had celebrated their golden wedding there and the "spread " was excellent....More
This hotel is located in a historic building in Haworth a short walk away from the Bronte Parsonage and parish church. Our room was clean, well-furnished and had an excellent view of the surrounding countryside. We ate dinner and breakfast at the hotel; both meals...More
If you come to Haworth then avoid this place like the plague. Apparently the landlord went on holiday having organised a quiz night (you really wouldn’t believe how exciting that is for a place like this), the bar was packed and just one barmaid. Not...More