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Heathfield  BED & BREAKFAST

3 ensuite tastefully decorated guest room with village,valley or hill views Heathfield is our home- close to all the amenities Haworth has to offer

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B&B Contact Details Bed and Breakfast Summary
Bronte Street
West Yorkshire

1 Family from:£30.00 pppn
1 Twin from:£37.50 pppn
2 Double from:£37.50 pppn
All or some rooms have private bathrooms. All or some rooms have shared bathrooms. We accept payment in cash. Our establishment is fitted with central heating throughout. Cots available on request. All or some rooms have ensuite facilities.
Garden and/or patio area for guests Hairdryers are available in rooms or on request. We're sorry, we do not accept pets. We have on-site parking. We have a telephone for public use. We have a residents lounge.
We have a restaurant. All rooms have a telephone. All rooms have satellite TV. There are scenic walks in the surrounding area. All rooms have a shaving socket. Smoking is not permitted in the establishment.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms have TV.

Bed and Breakfast Description


Ray & Trudy extend a warm welcome to their home and offer modern ensuite bed and breakfast accommodation in their recently renovated Victorian stone home.

With it’s commanding position at the top of the village, Heathfield is close to all the amenities Haworth has to offer, including pubs, shops and restaurants. The historic village is home of the Bronte family, and the Old Church and Parsonage Museum are on our doorstep.

The Worth Valley Steam Railway and Penistone Country Park are but a short walk away and Haworth is also the ideal base for the Yorkshire Dales, the Pennine Way, Ilkley Moor, Salts Mill, historic York or shopping in metropolitan Leeds or the spa town of Harrogate.

All rooms ensuite
Single and family rates on request
2 nights minimum stay for Bank Holiday Weekends
Discount rates over 3 nights occupancy
Car parking available
Cosy Residents Lounge
Walkers picnics on request.


Haworth Attractions

The name Haworth is said to originate from "hedged enclosure" or "hawthorn enclosure" Records are said to date back to 1209 when it was recorded as a settlement. The name is often misspelt as Howorth and Howarth. The 1771 map (left) records the name as Howorth, later maps revert back to the original spelling.

We often get requests from people with the family name "Haworth" about a connection with the village. There is no documented record of a titled name Haworth, the Parish Registers from 1600 - 1900 list no families with the name other than a couple in the circa 1800's that move from North Yorkshire.

The village of Haworth is situated on the eastern slope of the Pennines located close to the river Worth.

"The old stone houses are high compared with the width of the street, which makes an abrupt turn before reaching the more level ground at the head of the village, so that the steep aspect of the place in one part is almost like that of a wall."

Elizabeth Gaskell, The Life of Charlotte Bronte 1857

Haworth is 796.1 feet above sea level as marked at the Church on Main St. Lower down in the valley opposite the railway station at the corner of the Royal Oak pub a mark indicates an elevation of 556.4 feet. There is a difference of 240 feet, the two datum marks are ½ a mile apart, the result is at times the gradient is about 1 in 10.

On 13th April 1867 the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (KWVR) was built connecting Haworth to Keighley. The line was closed in the 60's, effort was made to reopen as a preserved railway. Today the line has working steam trains at the weekend and daily in the summer.

A visit to Haworth can include various events held throughout the year, the 1940's Weekend held in May is very popular, as are the Haworth Christmas events such as Scroggling the Holly and the Torchlight procession.

B&B Location

In the centre of Haworth for Sat Nav put in BD22 8EE Bronte Street is off West Lane

Nearest Airport: Leeds / Bradford  (32  Km)

Nearest Restaurant/Bistro: five in village  (.05  Km)

Nearest Public House/Bar: The Old White Lion  (.05  Km)

Nearest Railway Station: Haworth or Keighley (main line )  (0.5  Km)

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