Haworth is home to the Bronte Parsonage, where the Bronte sisters penned their famous novels. The village itself is perched atop a hill, at the edge of the Pennine moors in West Yorkshire. A number of delightful tearooms and gorgeous pubs line the cobbled streets leading up to the Parsonage, as well as the surrounding sights of ‘Bronte Country’.

The Keighley and Worth Valley heritage rail line operates across the surrounding villages, with the steam trains being one of the most direct routes to reach Haworth, offering scenic views of the Yorkshire countryside.

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