Haworth pubs are known for being extremely welcoming and serving traditional, locally-brewed Yorkshire ales. There are a few micro-bars giving a varied choice of drinks, music and atmosphere. Combined they make Haworth a popular destination for a good night out in a friendly, safe village.
Most pubs and bars serve food and some let rooms on a B&B basis. All Haworth pubs are dog-friendly.
The listing below displays Haworth pubs starting from the top of Main Street to the lower part of the village.
The pub is a delight inside and out and has quickly grown in popularity.
It serves classic pub food including traditional roasts on Sundays in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. During the Summer months it has outdoor benches and tables.
79 West Lane Haworth BD22 8EL
Old White Lion
A 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
An olde world pub with lots of olde world charm. Serves great pub food and has an ATM (fee) for when you need cash.
2 Church St, Haworth. BD22 8DR
A lovely micro-bar and bistro, serving their own beers brewed at their other pub.
The Steam Brewery is also the home of Miss Mollies Gins and Gascoigne’s tonics & mixers. Give them a try!
98 Main Street, Haworth BD22 8DP
Best known as being the favourite destination for Branwell, the troubled brother of the famous Bronte sisters.
The pub has a restaurant area with tradition Yorkshire menu and has an outdoor seating area with views down Main Street.
119 Main St, Haworth, BD22 8DP
Serving Timothy Taylor’s prize-winning Yorkshire beers and ales, brewed just 4 miles away in Keighley.
Food at the Fleece is crafted and served with a passion for great taste and presentation. They also have letting rooms on a B&B basis.
67 Main Street, Haworth. BD22 8DA
Tap and Tonic
A cosy bar serving speciality gins and cocktails with cool beers.
The bar is also welcoming to those preferring coffee and cake and if sporting events is important to you, two large screens often show key events.
17 Main Street, Haworth. BD22 8DA
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 an olde worlde Yorkshire setting with stone walls and traditional fittings.
Sun Street, Haworth. BD22 8BP
Mill Hey Brew House
Located opposite the Haworth train station, this has a more contemporary feel to it with cosy corners and soft sofas.
The pub has a full selection of good beers, cocktails and gins and there’s additional seating upstairs. Serve a great coffee too.
2 Mill Hey, Haworth. BD22 8NQ
Cool, micro-bar serving a vast array of great drinks for its size. It’s has a contemporary, hipster feel with a friendly service.
A good place to visit if you’re into music or don’t want a tradition pub environment.
5 Mill Hey, Haworth.
Treehouse Bar & Kitchen
A modern pub with a city centre style décor built around the Treehouse concept. It serves fresh pizza, burgers, craft beers, cocktails, and more.
It has numerous Sky Sports screens, outdoor balcony seating overlooking the river and has event space for private hire.
Oak Street, Mill Hey, Haworth.