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.
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
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 StreetMill Hey, Haworth.
Escape To The Moor Guided Walk
Escape To The Moor guided walk takes you off the beaten track to many key Bronte beauty spots across Haworth Moor. You’ll learn a great deal about the area and if you don’t want to walk by yourself, you can walk with other like-minded people.