The Fleece Inn

“Welcome to Brontë Country” - VisitEngland Assessor


Haworth, West Yorkshire

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  •   Social distancing and safety measures in place
  •   Follows government and industry guidelines for COVID-19
  •   Signed up to the AA COVID Confident Charter
Opening status: Open
Our COVID-19 measures:
We have communicated all changes to guests & customers via our social media channels & externally to the building before entering. We greet all of our guests at the door & provide full information about the changes once they are comfortably seated. A manager is always on duty to answer any questions Disposable masks & gloves are available. Continental breakfast to the rooms is an option. Guest have an option of no housekeeping entering the room during their stay if more than 1 night. Contactless check in & out available.

Our Inspector's view

Most tourists visit Haworth for the Brontë Sisters. Now a museum, The Parsonage, where they lived, is further up the cobbled hill from the cosy guest rooms of The Fleece Inn. Some visitors, however, head downhill for the station and the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, which featured in the 1970 film, The Railway Children.

Awards, accolades & Welcome Schemes

4 Star Guest Accommodation
4 Star Inn
The Fleece Inn
67 Main Street,Haworth,KEIGHLEY,West Yorkshire,BD22 8DA
Phone : 01535 642172

About the area

Discover West Yorkshire

Everybody knows that Yorkshire has some special landscapes. The Dales and the Moors first spring to mind, but what about West Yorkshire? That’s Leeds and Bradford isn’t it? Back-to-back houses and blackened mills… Certainly if you had stood on any of the hills surrounding Hebden Bridge a hundred years ago, and gazed down into the valley, all you would have seen was the pall of smoke issuing from the chimneys of 33 textile mills. But thankfully, life changes very quickly in West Yorkshire. The textile trade went into terminal decline, the mills shut down forever and in a single generation Hebden Bridge became a place that people want to visit.

The surrounding countryside offers walking every bit as good as the more celebrated Yorkshire Dales; within minutes you can be tramping across the moors. And this close proximity of town and country is repeated all across West Yorkshire. There’s such diversity in the area that you can find yourself in quite unfamiliar surroundings, even close to places you may know very well. Take time to explore this rich county and you will be thrilled at what you find to shatter old myths and preconceptions. 

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