Weavers Guesthouse with Silver Award (AA and EnjoyEngland accredited) is located a stones-throw from the Bronte Parsonage Museum and the historic cobbled Main Street.
The Weavers building was originally three weavers cottages and has been around since the time of the Brontes; indeed some say the ghost of Emily Bronte visits occasionally!
Ideally located as a base for exploring the Bronte countryside, Keighley and Worth Valley Railway and the Yorkshire Dales. The Pennine Way is under 2 miles away and the Bronte Way starts right outside the back door! Weavers is part of the EnjoyEngland's Walkers Welcome Scheme and can provide a place to hang your boots, a warm and cosy lounge and they are very happy to provide packed lunches on request. Cyclists are also very welcome and there is a secure place to store your bicycle overnight. Children are welcome and dogs too, upon availability of the dog friendly-room.
All our rooms are extremely spacious, each with their own seating area to relax in. All double and twin rooms have en-suites with both bath and shower options; our single room has a luxury shower en-suite. Our luxury and superior double rooms have direct views of the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Our Executive double room allows easier access for those with restricted mobility (only four steps to negotiate).
Weavers breakfasts are made with locally sourced ingredients wherever possible and there is both a cold buffet and cooked breakfast menu for guests to enjoy.
Our residents lounge is a relaxing place for our guests to chill or socialise outside of their room and browse through our library or perhaps have a game of Trivial Pursuit, Scrabble or Chess. Kick off those muddy boots after a walk and chill by the fire with a coffee homemade cake.
The Shirley Suite (Double) from £89 per night
Pennine View (Double) from £89 per night
Parsonage View (Double) from £89 per night
Moor View (Twin) from £89 per night
Walkers Rest (Twin or Double) from £89 per night
Cobbles (Single) from £55 per night
Late Availability/Special Offers
Book direct and receive your free bottle of wine and other complimentary items not available through other third party booking websites !
Haworth is famous for being the home of Emily, Charlotte and Anne Bronte who wrote some of the most iconic novels of the 19th century. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway station at Haworth is a ten minute walk away which can take you to the museums at Oxenhope and Ingrow and the station at Oakworth where the station scenes of 1970's film, The Railway Children were filmed.
There are several beautiful walks around the area including The Bronte Way and The Pennine Way. The Bronte Waterfalls and Top Withens are but a good stroll away. A short drive sees you in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The many other places of interest include East Riddlesden Hall, Bingley Five Rise Locks, the famous Saltaire village which includes Salts Mill, home of many David Hockney paintings and drawings and Bradford's Alhambra Theatre and Media Museum.
Rate per person
: Single Occupancy from £55
Rate per room
: Double Occupancy from £89
Cycling Friendly |
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Parking | Dvd Player | TV | Internet Access /Wi Fi | Tea / Coffee Making Facilities | En-Suite Facilities |
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15 West Lane
Tel: 01535 643209
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