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Haworth and Oxenhope

Haworth and Oxenhope are our nearest local villages.

Haworth was the home of the famous Brontë sisters, and the parsonage where the family lived is now a fascinating museum that draws visitors from around the globe. The church and its atmospheric churchyard are also worth a visit. The village’s steep, cobbled main street has a range of small, specialist shops, as well as plenty of cafés, pubs and restaurants. At the bottom of the village is the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, which runs between the nearest town, Keighley, and the nearby village of Oxenhope.

Oxenhope, like Haworth, is set among dramatic hills and moors, and is based around a number of mills that thrived from Victorian times onwards. The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway terminates here, and the station has an Exhibition Shed for you to explore. The village itself gives access to some wonderful walks in the stunning Pennine countryside.

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Haworth Village – Home of the Brontë Sisters

There’s plenty to see and do in Haworth, from exploring the literary history of the Brontë sisters’ home, to visiting the shops, cafés and pubs of the cobbled main street.
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<h2Haworth Parsonage MuseumThe famous writers Anne, Emily and Charlotte Brontë lived at Haworth Parsonage from 1820. You can visit their house – which is now a museum – as well as the church and the churchyard. Nearby walks will take you to places that inspired their famous creations, including Wuthering Heights.
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Keighley & Worth Valley Steam Railway

Take a trip on this lovely branch line, home to both steam and diesel locomotives, which runs for five miles through lovely countryside, from Keighley to Oxenhope. It’s famous as the setting for the 1970 film ‘The Railway Children’, but the line and its stations have also appeared in many other films and TV productions.
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