At a Glance
- 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom
- Short breaks (min 2 nights)
- Coal effect fire
- Beamed 18thC weaver's cottage
- Outside seating area
- Central village location
About Branwell Cottage
An 18th century Grade listed stone weaver's cottage in the heart of Bronte village Haworth, Branwell Cottage was named after the Bronte sisters' brother and sits adjacent to the Masonic lodge he attended in the village. The Bronte Parsonage museum, Main Street and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway are just a short stroll away. A range of specialist shops, fine inns, excellent restaurants and cafes are right on your doorstep.
- Sitting room with exposed beams and integrated dining area, WiFi, cosy gas coal-effect fire and ample comfy seating.
- TV, DVD, CD player and video.
- Large collection of books by and about the Brontes.
- Kitchen with gas oven and hob, a fridge with a freezer compartment and a washer/ dryer.
- Landing area with writing desk.
- Double bedroom with zip and link beds which can be a twin if preferred.
- Bathroom with walk-in shower, wc and a bath.
- Sunny south facing seating area in a courtyard.
- Babies welcome (no cot or highchair)
Other Things to Note
Short breaks (minimum 2 nights) available.
Around and About
- Moorland walks/ footpaths from your door heading up towards the famous ruined farmhouse at Top Withens.
- Hebden Bridge, World Heritage Site Saltaire, Bolton Abbey, the Pennine Way and the Yorkshire Pennines are all within easy reach.
- Haworth village's many quaint shops, inns, cafes, antique and quirky vintage shops are just footsteps from the cottage.