Haworth and Brontë Country Romantic Breaks
Haworth is the ideal destination for a romantic break, whether it's for a weekend away, a honeymoon or an anniversary celebration. Haworth was once home to the famous Brontë sisters who have written some of the world's most romantic novels. Find their inspiration in the dramatic, breathtaking scenery and learn more about their lives and work at the Brontë Parsonage Museum.
However, it's not just romantic novels and beautiful countryside that make a romantic break in Haworth special. There are lots of luxury guest houses with hot tubs and extras to make your stay special.
Why not enjoy a romantic meal with your loved one? Weavers Restaurant has a AA rosette or try the Stirrup Restaurant. There are lots of cosy pubs in Haworth and rural pubs in Brontë Country.
Haworth has several luxury guest houses which offer something special for a romantic break. Choose Ashmount Country House and enjoy a champagne breakfast, request rose petals to be scattered on your bed or relax in one of the hot tubs. Manor Guest House is a luxurious retreat in nearby Cullingworth and a five star gold award winner. For a romantic retreat try Higher Scholes Cottage in Oakworth, a cosy luxury cottage with hot tub and log fire.
For a romantic meal visit one of Haworth's restaurants. Weavers Restaurant holds an AA rosette and is a lovely restaurant serving the best in British food. Other popular choices include Embers and Wharenui . For a special treat book a seat on a Pullman Dining train on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. Enjoy five courses as you travel by steam train through Brontë Country and dress up in period costume. For indulgent treats shop at the Chocolate Box or the Old Apothecary on Haworth's Main Street.
A short distance from the village of Haworth is Haworth Moor, a place where the Brontë sisters would frequently visit and a place that inspired their work. Follow the Top Withens and Bronte Waterfalls walk and see the dramatic ruin that is thought to be Wuthering Heights the house of the Earnshaws in the novel. There are lots of other walks to be enjoyed and why not travel by steam train to Oxenhope or Oakworth and explore the beautiful countryside.