New to Holiday Lettings in October 2016, Come Home Cottage is situated just 2 minutes away from Haworth's historic Main Street and the Bronte Parsonage Museum. It is a lovingly restored Grade II listed building over four floors and is an ideal base for a Yorkshire holid
Holme House Cottage is a beautiful 17th Centuary stone built detached cottage, situated close to the small village of Oakworth, and two miles from Haworth. This characterful cottage has been lovingly restored to provide luxury holiday accommodation just a couple of mile
Royds Hall Farm Cottage is located in the village of Stanbury, only 1.5 miles from the historic village of Haworth. Spacious newly refurbished cottage, with all original features, offering every possible comfort. A truly amazing location, the perfect base for re
Royds Hall Farm Cottage is a perfect gem of a traditional farmhouse on the outside, with a spacious, airy and spotless interior, with all mod cons and every comfort. The property is extremely well equ… More
True Well Hall is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of England, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales and Haworths' Bronte country. We are a friendly family farm who keep horses,sheep, our pet dogs, and any other animal who wishes to come and stay! You will find
Fantastic property exactly as pictures indicated. Anne Stuart and family could not have been more helpful and welcome on arrival was first class. Pub in walking distance from the property well worth… More
Reviewed 22 May 2013
Four friends and myself stayed at True Well Hall for the 40s weekend. Besides having a great time in Howarth for the event we enjoyed our stay at the cottage.
Anne Stuart and family could not have be… More
“Gorgoeus spot - very friendly hosts”
Reviewed 4 May 2013
The cottage was just what we had hoped for...very rustic and a slice of the Yorkshire countryside. Beautiful scenery and we even managed some snow - a first for some of us! The owners and their family… More
A traditional cottage built in 1750 on the cobbled main street of the heritage village of Haworth. It has recently been upgraded to the highest standards. Modern amenities of kitchen and bathrooms are combined with traditional stone flags, open fires and a stunning terr
We had the best time at the cottage the village was amazing kings arms was a little hide away nice food good ale would go back again lovely place… More
Reviewed 22 Nov 2016
Beautiful cottage: spacious and well-equipped, It was perfect for the event weekend we attended, right in the heart of the action and a very short stroll to the pubs and cafes in the village.
Log fir… More
“Great cottage, perfect location”
Reviewed 18 Oct 2016
This was a special trip... our 20th wedding anniversary and our first attempt to introduce our three boys to Haworth and the Brontës. So we did pay a little more than we usually would to get this cot… More
The holiday apartment is located at the top of Haworth Main Street close to all the shops, pubs and restaurants. The Bronte Parsonage museum is less than 2 minutes walk away from the apartment and the Worth Valley Steam Railway is nearby. The moors and walkways are also
“Lovely apartment, looking forward to my next visit”
Reviewed 13 Oct 2016
On my recent stay I found the flat to be comfortable, light and spacious. The decor is very homely and welcoming with all the accessories anyone could need. I was told when I collected the keys that n… More
19th century Yorkshire stone traditional mid-terraced house. Cosy & well equipped. Ideal holiday let for those wishing to stay in Bronte country.
Less than half a mile from Haworth, and only one mile from Haworth Main Street.
The holiday let is set in the sister village
Set amidst the beautiful Yorkshire countryside and equidistant between the historic market town of Skipton with its award winning high street and castle and the equally famous towns of Haworth (Bronte Country) and Ilkley, Spiral Cottage is the perfect location. Whether
Delightful cottage, recently refurbished to a particularly high standard. Enjoy the comfort of your own holiday home, surrounded by beautiful countryside. A rural retreat yet close to all local amenities. Situated in the heart of Bronte Country famous for the l
Traditional Yorkshire stone cottage located on the side of the Yorkshire moors with panoramic views throughout the property. The cottage has a wood burning stove for those cosy nights in or a private garden with summerhouse and BBQ for those lovely summer nights outside
This property is a luxury 5* Quality in Tourism rated, 3 bedroomed apartment, located within an historic, converted former Board school.
It has many period features including the original stone and brick walling, exposed beams, hardwood flooring and the original large
“the perfect place for a family to spread out and relax”
Reviewed 10 Jan 2012
We had a wonderful family Christmas 2011 at Bronte Square. The owners could not have been more helpful in providing everything we needed to make turkey and trimmings. The accommodation was tastefully … More
This comfortable 19th century stone built terrace cottage is ideal for long or short breaks, offering as it does a happy blend of stylish modern features with wooden beams and all the original character. Centrally heated, there are three floors, with a well-equipped gro
High specification cottage located one minute from the terrific Main Street of Haworth, and twenty minutes walk from the Bronte moors. … More
Thanks very much for your feedback, we hope you've recovered now from cycling up and down our Yorkshire hills. Thanks for staying at Chapel View and we hope to see you again sometime.
Regards, Laurence & Ruth
Reviewed 12 Nov 2013
Very pretty cottage in a great location. Only minutes from Main Street in Haworth. All of the local shops, bars and restaurants on the doorstep. Parsonage museum also within walking distance, as well … More
Thanks for the lovely feedback Janice and Kenny, it's a shame you could only manage a short break as the village and surrounding area have so much to offer. Hopefully when you return you'll get more time to explore too.
Cheers Laurence & Ruth
“Superb cottage, furnished just like home, exudes quality”
Reviewed 29 Sep 2013
We stayed at Chapel view cottage for a week, wished it could have been a permanent stay, it was such a quality place, so relaxing, with everything done to such a high standard. If only all rental holi… More
Thanks for the lovely feedback, it's great to hear that Chapel View Cottage ticked all the boxes for you; helping make your holiday one to remember for all the right reasons. We believe the standard should be set high and it's always satisfying when our guests want to return, see you soon. Cheers, Laurence & Ruth
The Snug is a grade 2 listed, 200 year old weavers cottage in a block of 6 tucked away at the top of the historic village of Haworth. It has been fully renovated in 2014 to provide a very comfortable, modern yet cosy and traditional living space. The galley kitchen with
19th century Yorkshire stone mid-terraced house - Cosy & well equipped. Ideal holiday let for those wishing to stay in Bronte country.
Less than half a mile from Haworth, and one mile from Haworth's Main Street. The holiday let is set in a traditional village known as
This accomodation was great for us as we travelled without a car and this area is really well serviced by public transport with Keighley railway station only 10 minutes away by bus. Haworth itself is … More
“Everything you could possibly ask for.”
Reviewed 23 Apr 2012
A lovely spacious holiday home, very quiet, clean & tidy. Has everything you need, from fresh clean bedding to a washing machine. Perfect setting in a village with a fish & chips, curry house, corne… More
“Fantastic little house in great location”
Reviewed 29 Oct 2011
This is a fantastic little house in the heart of a busy village. Incredible value for money. Warm, cosy and comfortable, in fact everything you could want in a self catering property. Easy to find fol… More
One bedroom character property offering affordable, comfortable accomodation in the heart of Bronte country. Ideal for a couple or small family. Saltaire Cottages is only half a mile from the famous village of Haworth with the picturesque Main Street and other to
Lovely cottage, spotlessly clean & pictures don't do it justice. Everything you need for a weekend away plus a bit more! Generous bottle of wine & box of chocolates for the inconvenience of scaffoldin… More
Reviewed 29 Aug 2016
This cottage was disgusting the whole place needed cleaning including the dishes and cuttelry there are large holes in the bedroom floor and just covered by the carpet only half good thing was the bed… More
There is no hole in the bedroom floor.I have just contacted Mr Gardener
to ask why he put these comments and he hung up on me.
This charming stone semi-detached house is perfect for visiting the home of the famous Bronte family. Immerse yourself in the wild and inviting moors that surround this beautiful house, you can practically hear the echoes of the Bronte’s walking the cobbled streets up t
Saltaire Cottages is only half a mile from the famous village of Haworth with the picturesque Main Street and other attractions such as Bronte Parsonage Museum. Facilities include: cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, highchair, iron, washing machine, cl
We were looking for accomodation in the Haworth area that was affordable at a time of year when prices for cottages are generally high. Saltaire Cottages was exceptionally good value as everything we … More
Reviewed 20 Jun 2016
awkward to find.
the cottage was not clean
kitchen and bathroom.
steps to front of cottage a death trap
rubbish and old mattresses to side of the cottage.
parking totally inadequate
booked for t… More
Haworth is a tourist destination known for its association with the Brontë sisters and the preserved heritage Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Take a journey on the World Famous Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway. Visit the location where "The Railway Children" w
Catkins Cottage is an attractive apartment style cottage right on Haworth's famous cobbled Main Street and only a few minutes walk from the Bronte Parsonage Museum. The cottage is a warm, central heated and spacious retreat ideal for a holidaying couple. This first-floo