YHA Haworth is a Victorian Gothic Mansion that was built as the family home of a local mill owner. Inside the building, the sweeping staircase, ornately painted glass, richly carved oak and plaster friezes hint at the building’s opulent past.
Literature fans will rejoice – this Victorian Gothic mansion is the ultimate base for exploring the Bronte village and has stunningly beautiful décor. The hostel is also very popular as it is situated close to Hebden Bridge and Todmorden areas.
YHA Haworth offers plenty of atmospheric spaces for our group to socialise and a games room too. The opulent interiors are an attraction in themselves and make this a great social venue for great occasions.
As well as the cobbled streets of Haworth village and the Bronte museum, the Keighley and Worth Valley steam train will delight history buffs. There’s also Cliffe Castle Museum, East Riddlesden Hall and the National Media Museum within reach.
YHA Haworth has a variety of excellent facilities large meeting rooms, extensive grounds, a good-sized drying room for hanging wet clothes. Well, Yorkshire is known to experience some rain!
This Victorian Gothic mansion has 89 beds in a variety of rooms. including a mixture of single, twin and ensuite rooms.
With 9 showers and 11 toilets (two fully accessible) there’s a good ratio that shouldn’t keep you waiting long after your salty sea swim – please bring your own towels.
- Car parking
- Lounge/dining room
- Free wi-fi
- Drying room
- Opulant Victorian Gothic mansion
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