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Being close to Haworth, Holdsworth House offers you the chance to visit the world famous Brontë Parsonage Museum and discover more about the famous Sisters with our luxury overnight Bronte Break.
Please note the Bronte Parsonage Museum is closed 24-27 December and 2-31 January
- Free parking and WIFI
- Welcome drink on arrival
- Overnight stay in a House Double or Twin room, or a Suite
- Full English breakfast in the award-winning restaurant
- Two adult tickets to the Brontë Parsonage Museum in Haworth
- Mondays to Thursdays £135 per couple in a House Double room, or £155 in a Suite
- Fridays to Sundays £145 per couple in a House Double room, or £165 in a Suite
“Stayed here for a two day getaway and to visit Bronte Personage and visit Haworth, comfortable room 6, absolutely loved the older part of the hotel, tried to soak in the feel of its history, interesting information of past visitors and filming that had been there. Staff friendly and attentive, clean rooms and facilities, Afternoon Tea excellent, Breakfast a veritable feast, everything thought of! We couldn’t fault this place, thank you Audrey for your tips on places to visit…Hebden Bridge x.”
The small town of Haworth is like stepping back in time with its cobbled streets, tea rooms, apothecaries and Railway Children-style train station. Haworth is a literary mecca and you can be there in 20 minutes taking the scenic drive from Holdsworth House.
The Brontë Parsonage in the centre of Haworth was home to Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë and is now a famous museum. It is a fascinating visit to see where the three Brontë sisters lived, painting and writing their novels including Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.
Read more about the possible Brontë Connection with Holdsworth HouseBook online now or call 01422 240024 Terms and conditions: The break is for two adults in a House Double room including breakfast and two adult passes to the Brontë Parsonage Museum, excludes transfers. Subject to availability. Standard booking terms and conditions apply. N.B. The Museum is usually closed 24-27 December and 2-31 January