Description: About Over The Arch Retreat
Stylish Light Bright and Airy Romantic Retreat on outskirts of Haworth, No PetsRomantics, and budding writers, come and be inspired by the moorlands of Bronte Country. You are sure to love your stay in this beautiful, richly furnished, 1 bedroom, centrally based, second-floor apartment, next to Bridgehouse Beck, on the outskirts of Haworth. Enjoy the spacious open-plan living space that has been creatively arranged to be both practical and attractive.
Inside this Romantic Retreat in Bronte CountryThis apartment has a smart, spacious, open plan living area which comprises of:
• A lounge area with two stylish contrasting sofas providing an inviting space for after diner coffee or for watching a film on the Smart TV,
• Well-equipped kitchen with adjoining utility room housing a washing machine and dryer. T
• Dining area with a round table and four chairs occupying a corner, set the scene for a romantic dinner for two.
A small hallway from the living space leads to a spacious, show-stopper of a double bedroom with en-suite shower room with walk-in-shower, basin and WC.
If you can draw yourself away for your home from home, there are lots of places nearby to eat or have a drink. A trip to Haworth cannot be complete without a visit to the Bronte Parsonage Museum and the surrounding moorlands that were such an inspiration for the sisters. Better still follow the Bronte Way Trail to avoid missing anything. Further away, the National Trust site Hardcastle Crags, in Hebden Bridge, has an interesting 19th century mill and woodlands.
Sorry, no pets or smoking. Lift and stairs. 1 parking space. Fuel, power, linen, towels in rent. Good Housekeeping bond of £150.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2010
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Local Attractions near Haworth
Top Attractions: Bronte country, Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth Moor, Top Withens and the Brontë Way
Recommended Places to Visit: Forest of Bowland, Yorkshire Dales National Park and Leeds
Haworth for Bronte Country and much more.
A stay in a self-catering cottage in Haworth could be much more than a pleasant break in a country village. The cobbled streets of Haworth are busy in high season and there is a vibrant atmosphere as visitors browse the souvenir shops and take afternoon tea in the quaint tearooms. It wasn’t all beer and skittles in times gone by, however, as the old stocks next to the church demonstrate! Haworth should be an excellent choice for those with a love of the Bronte novels and an interest in history. The village is also close to the Pennine Moors and could be an excellent choice for keen walkers. Enjoy browsing for Bronte country cottages and rural retreats in and near Haworth.
The village is, of course, forever associated with the Bronte family and tourists come from across the world to visit the Bronte Parsonage Museum. This is housed in the home where Emily, Charlotte, Anne and their brother, Branwell lived with their father, who had taken the job of curate.