Drill Hall, Haworth

This historic and pretty village is sat in the rugged and breathtaking Pennine countryside. Its fame is mainly thanks to the Bronte Sisters who penned most of their novels at the Parsonage whilst their father carried out his duties at the church of St Michael and All Angels.

The charming cobbled streets house a number of independent shops, tearooms, restaurants and public houses, the village also boasts the famous Heritage Railway and hosts a number of events throughout the year attracting locals and tourists from far and wide.

A good Primary School is located within Haworth and a number of secondary schools are based in nearby Keighley. The transport links are exceptional, a train station sits closeby offering services to the larger commercial centres of Yorkshire and beyond together with a local bus service which offers excellent links to nearby villages and towns.

As a place to live, Haworth is a great choice for all.

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