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Main Street, Haworth, BD22 8DA – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 168 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Old Registry.
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Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant With Dining Menu
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs GBP 2 per day.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 10:30 PM
Until 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 8 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Extra beds are not available.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
The Old Registry accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Based on 168 reviews
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Offering bed and breakfast accommodation in West Yorkshire, The Fleece Inn has a relaxed restaurant and an award-winning bar with traditional flagstone flooring.
Score from 124 reviews Wonderful
Located below the wild moors of Wuthering Heights, this guest house is close to the top of the cobbled center of Haworth, and a short 3-minute walk from Brontë Parsonage.
Score from 116 reviews Wonderful
Situated directly opposite the Bronte Parsonage Museum, Wilsons of Haworth offers spacious luxury accommodation with free Wi-Fi throughout.
Score from 119 reviews Wonderful
This fine cottage dates from 1752 and mixes its original features with modern luxuries. Worth Valley Steam Railway is 2 minutes away and Brontë Parsonage Museum is 5 minutes away.
Score from 66 reviews Exceptional
Location and wonderful atmosphere around the town
Nothing I can think of
This was an unusual quirky hotel. Everything about it was very pleasant and the food was excellent. We chose there because we wanted to visit various local places and this hotel was ideally situated.
Location, friendly staff, breakfast
some of the lights in the room did not work, mattess on the bed needed updating , light bulbs in the room did not work, painting in the bathroom very poor some of it half done light above the bathroom mirror also did not work this room was the lavender room, a general overhall of the room is needed but the hotel was a great location but just not worth the room rate. wi -fi was on and off.
Friendly clean and in a good position realy enjoyed our relaxing weekend nothing to much trouble will definitely go back
I can honestly say there was nothing I didnt like
The staff are really welcoming, helpful and friendly. The room was really nice, comfortable, clean and tidy. We had dinner in the evening and it was delicious, I'd highly recommend the beef (melts in your mouth). We had breakfast delivered to our room in the morning and that was delicious too. Overall, a great stay, shame it was only for one night!
the food was excellent very friendly staff.
The bed's mattress was too tender and uncomfortable.
We had an absolutely fantastic stay at the registry. The staff were all lovely and the location was perfect. The highlight of the stay was the food. The breakfasts had a great range of options of locally sourced foods and the evening meals were the best I've had for quite a while.
The Old Registry is a lovely, charming, old building in a perfect location and setting. The owners and the staff are very welcoming and friendly, the breakfasts and evening meals are freshly cooked, using local and free range produce where possible and delicious and there is a good choice of wines. We had the Tudor room with a four poster bed that was clean and comfortable.
The bathroom was clean on arrival but not cleaned for our second night, neither were the towels changed.
The owners of the B&B make it very welcoming. The breakfast was excellent. Our room was comfortable. We'll definitely be staying there again.
Brekfast and location
Supposedly large luxury room which was small and shabby
ROOM A GOOD SIZE. MASSIVE BATHROOM. GREAT ATTIC ROOM AND VIEW. COMFY BED. BREAKFAST VERY GOOD. EVENING MEAL WAS SUPERB. PETER AND STAFF ALL VERY PROFESSIONAL AND FRIENDLY. GREAT LOCATION.
HAVING TO GO HOME. WEEKEND NOT LONG ENOUGH.
Stay was excellent, room was very nice & bed was very comfortable. Breakfast & dinner were both exceedingly nice! The town is nice, and very pleasant to visit. A very nice evening away, would recommend.
Lots of very steep hills if you are driving; where you are intended to park (Haworth Hall) is not clear on the website.
Welcoming atmosphere when you arrived as soon as you walked through the front door it was like stepping back to a bygone era it felt so comfortable and soothing throughout from our room (Pears) right through until the didning room. Staff where amazing so friendly and approachable nothing was too much trouble. We especially liked the personal touches in the room and bathroom how kind and thoughtful
Everything was just perfect.. just what we were looking for.
friendly staff excelent food great location
central location good food brilliant breakfast altogether just a fabulous place to stay
Location was great and excellent breakfast. Sausages were the best ever. Quirky rooms.
Stayed in an attic room with fab views but the noise from teenagers all night long swearing and shouting possibly in the park opposite meant we did not have a good nights sleep. Not the hotels fault but they possibly need to contact the authorities as this would be classed as anti social behaviour and could be dealt with.
It is a lovely, picturesque building beautifully decorated. The staff were very friendly and helpful. My room had a view of the bustling Main Street and a delightfully quaint bathroom. The meals were superb!
In an ideal world wifi would be available in bedrooms and the mysteries of English plumbing would be explained in notices on the bathroom wall.
The staff are great and the location is good. The decor is in character with the building.
The room was in the eves but as it was the last available room we did not complain.we did not get any information on breakfast time. Most of the shops in Haworth are not open.
A very old historical building converted to the needs of modernity but with good taste. A step back in time with evening meals to die for and at the bottom of the "Hovis" Hill (mk1) and one of the Bronte sisters was married here!!!
Food and facilities were very good.
The character and intimacy of the place. very friendly staff.
Slow breakfast service ,served well after other guests had arrived and ordered. squashed area for self service. Part of the cookdd breakfast was burnt. Charged for car parking when we had no car but sorted out at end.
Loved the location, friendly staff, comfortable bed and the breakfast.
The room was furnished in keeping with the building and was comfortable. The breakfast was very good with locally sourced ingredients. The food in the restaurant was fantastic, I really enjoyed every aspect of my meal. The service too was excellent.
The shower head was a bit low and a bit awkward in the bath.
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