Grade 2 listed, awarded four stars by the English Tourism Council and Tripadvisor's Certificate of Excellence, Haworth Holiday Cottage (also affectionately known as Number 66) is situated on the cobbles of the famous Haworth Main Street and is often seen on photographs and location shots of Haworth. Half way up (and half way down) the street, it's only a stone's throw from Bronte Parsonage and Haworth Parish Church.
We're very proud of our cottage and try hard to make sure it's warm, cosy, clean and welcoming for our guests and hope you will understand when we say our cottage is strictly non-smoking and we can't accommodate pets. As a result you can be sure you have no need to worry if you have pet allergies as we haven't ever made exceptions. In addition, we only use non-biological washing liquid on our towels and bedding. However, if you have any other special requirements, please don't hesitate to ask and we will do our best to accommodate you.
The master bedroom has a picture postcard view of the street. Here you can sit and enjoy a cup of tea (or perhaps a glass of wine), just people watching. The second bedroom has twin beds and there is room for the travel cot in either of the bedrooms.
On the edge of the Pennine Way and with the countryside practically on the doorstep, you won’t need to get in the car to explore Haworth or to walk on the Yorkshire moors.
Main Street itself has lots to see, with a wealth of shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs to suit all tastes and pockets.
The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway is a must for all ages, with events throughout the year - take a look at their website for details.
Also within easy reach are:- World Heritage site Saltaire Village, Bolton Abbey, Skipton (gateway to the Dales), Leeds Armouries, The National Media Museum and Eureka, the National Children's Museum.
For details of other attractions and events in the area, have a look at Haworth Village.org's own website.
If you want to go further afield to visit other places of interest, the Tourist Information Centre is at the top of the street and can tell you all you need to know and provide timetables for the buses and trains to get you there if you’re not inclined to drive.
We can now accept payments by credit/debit card via Paypal - you don't need a paypal account but can use it if you already have one. The price is the same - you will only pay for conversion to sterling if applicable. If you would rather send a cheque or use internet banking that's also fine - whichever you prefer.