Where to stay in Haworth
Welcome to the best accommodation listing for the village of Haworth, designed to help you find your ideal hotel, B&B, guest house or campsite.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, a Bronte Adventure on the moors or fun with the kids, we’ve got something for everyone.
Haworth prides itself that it’s accommodation providers maintain a very high standard of care and attention to detail. You’ll find this is shown in the star ratings published on their websites.
Look out for the dog friendly places to stay (right hand column), so you don’t have to leave your four-legged friend at home.
There’s plenty of things to do and if you’re visiting during one of our key events like the 1940s Weekend or Christmas, please book early as these weekends are very popular or you may need to book further afield.
If you haven’t been for a while, you’re in for a good surprise as there are various new businesses for you to explore, including more independent shops to discover.
At night-time, you’ll also be spoilt for choice with lots of lovely restaurants and pubs to dine out and sample the local ales or cocktails.
If you’re considering staying for longer, Haworth is a great place to use as a base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and nearby attractions in Bradford and Leeds.
Haworth Guest House Accommodation
Weavers Guest House
Thoughtfully renovated; celebrating the past but with a nod to the future, Weavers offers a stylish and snug place to stay in the heart of Haworth.
Rooms come with complimentary Elysl toiletries, Yorkshire tea and coffee making facilities, Harrogate Spring bottled water, locally-made biscuits, towels, bathrobes and hairdryers.
All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, TVs, free wifi and breakfast is included in the price. Fresh milk is always available and there is a well-stocked honesty bar and a warm welcome!
15 West Lane, Haworth. BD22 8DU
Ashmount Country House
We have one of the most unique guest houses Yorkshire has to offer. Set in the picturesque surroundings of Haworth, West Yorkshire, our guests can enjoy a relaxing retreat whilst having superb access to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK.
There are indoor and outdoor hot tubs available in 4 rooms, making them a popular destination for romantic getaways in Yorkshire. Whether it is a cosy couple of nights away, a honeymoon or an anniversary celebration, the team will give you the best service making it a most enchanting romantic break.
Mytholmes Lane, Haworth, BD22 8EZ
Ponden Hall dates back to the 1500s and is constantly mindful of its literary and historical traditions. Visited by the Brontes many times, the hall includes the window in Emily’s ‘Wuthering Heights’ where Cathy’s ghost struggled to get in. The welcome at Ponden Hall today though, is an all-together warmer, friendlier encounter!
As well as the B&B accommodation, there’s the Peat Loft, a self-contained annex for 4 at the west end of Ponden Hall, offering all the amenities of a luxurious holiday cottage.
Ponden Hall, Ponden, Stanbury. BD22 0HR
Rosebud Cottage Guest House
Rosebud Cottage is a stone-constructed Yorkshire cottage, dating back to 1752 providing luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation, with fine original features and character, offering a high level of comfort and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
There’s a cellar visitor lounge and a conservatory that overlooks the quiet garden to the rear of the guest house – an ideal place to sit and relax while reading a good Bronte book.
1 Belle Isle Road, Haworth. BD22 8QQ
The Old Registry
Eight quality en-suite bedrooms, with some double rooms having four-poster luxury beds and even whirlpool baths.
There is an excellent restaurant with imaginative menus that only uses the very best local produce and cooked with flair. It’s known by the locals as the best place to eat in the area!
2-4 Main Street, Haworth. BD22 8DA
Cobbles Guest House
Four stylish double rooms, licenced bar and bistro menu providing a variety of scrumptious meals, the Cobbles Guest House is just a stones throw away from the Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth Church and Schoolrooms.
“This was our 3rd stay at our go to place in Haworth Gill and Paul are the most welcoming hosts we have ever met – it’s like meeting up with old friends!! The food as always was first class and without doubt restaurant quality.”
11 West Lane, Haworth. BD22 8DU
Park Top House
A 4 star B&B just a short walk from the historic Haworth Main Street.
There are a four bedroomed bed & breakfast: 2 Doubles both with en-suite, a twin with en-suite and a single with private bathroom.
Boasting beautiful views over Haworth, it is an ideal base for exploring the many attractions that Bronte Country has to offer. We also offer limited free, off-road parking.
1 Rawdon Road, Haworth. BD22 8DX
Haworth Old Hall Inn
Steeped in history, the pub, dining room and B&B is one of the oldest buildings in the village, dating back to 1580. Serving up to seven real cask ales, the food menu also has excellent choices and is served in a traditional, Yorkshire setting.
Sun Street, Haworth. BD22 8BP
The Old White Lion
Located at the top of the famous, cobbled Main Street, this 300 year old coaching inn is now a family-run, 4 Star hotel. It provides accommodation to businesses as well as the discerning visitor with 14 en suite rooms (B&B). It has a bar, restaurant and function/meeting room.
6-10 West Lane, Haworth. BD22 8DU
Haworth Holiday Cottages
The Town House
The Town House has been tastefully furnished and decorated to a high standard. It has two private off-street parking bays and boasts four generous sized bedrooms that easily sleeps seven, plus three bathrooms and four loos! There’s also a rear courtyard garden so you can enjoy the sunset while entertaining at the BBQ.
Haworth. BD22 8JA
Turners Retreat Cottage
Sited above the Looby Lou’s Ice cream & Coffee Parlor, you’ll find there’s a brightly-decorated open-plan living room, charming exposed beams and overlooking views of historic Main Street. It has all the facilities you need for a relaxing time away.
During the Bronte period, the shop belonged to J. Greenwood Stationary & Tea Dealer, where the Brontë sisters are believed to have purchased their stationary.
52 Main Street, Haworth. BD22 8DP
Converted barn adjoining small farm, with superb views of Bronte Country. Ten minutes’ walk from Bronte Parsonage and 2 minutes from the Moors.
Hole Farm, Haworth. BD22 8EP
Three bedrooms featuring a double size bed and two single beds, which can be put together. There’s a new family bathroom and shower, electric oven and gas hob, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, hairdryer, smart TV with Netflix included, DVD player, wifi, books and games.
Staying guests get 10% off at the “Paws On Sofas” shop on Main Street.
Brow Road, Haworth. BD22
Heather Corner Cottage
A charmingly-located cottage newly refurbished and our guests tell us they love it for the beautiful view from the conservatory at the rear of the house. This one bedroom house is ideal for couples looking for a short, relaxing break.
15 West Haworth. 15 West Lane, Haworth. BD22 0HB
Wuthering Heights Pub Camping
With spectacular rural views, this intimate site is at the rear of a traditional village pub where they serve hearty home-cooked food and great cask ales. As well as tents, they also have 2 luxury Shepherd’s Huts with log burner stoves.
Main Street, Stanbury. BD22 0HB