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YHA Haworth is a Victorian Gothic Mansion that was built as the family home of a local mill owner. It overlooks the Worth Valley and the famous Bronte village. Inside the building the sweeping staircase, ornate painted glass, richly carved oak and plaster friezes hint at the building’s opulent past. The hostel is well used by groups but it is also very popular with individuals, families and overseas travellers.

YHA Haworth has a variety of excellent facilities which will make for an enjoyable break. These include conference facilities, extensive grounds and a restaurant. There is a good sized drying room for hanging wet clothes and storing muddy boots.

This Victorian Gothic mansion has 89 beds in a variety of rooms: 2 x single rooms, 2 x two bedded rooms, 1 x three bedded room, 3 x four bedded rooms, 6 x six bedded rooms, 1 x seven bedded room and 3 x eight bedded rooms. One of the six bedded rooms is en –suite.

Breakfast

The hot and cold buffet breakfast is a great start to your day and includes cold continental options and a full English cooked choice. Breakfast is now available at 10% off - ONLY WHEN PRE-BOOKED (in-hostel price: £5.25). Simply add it to your basket at check out to save!

Lunch

We can provide a packed lunch including a freshly prepared sandwich, a delicious cake, cereal bar, a bottle of mineral water, a packet of crisps and a piece of fresh fruit. Eat in the hostel or take your packed lunch with you to enjoy during your day of exploring.

Restaurant

Evening meals are served in our atmospheric dining room.

Kids Eat Free

One free children's meal is available per adult main meal from the main menu when purchased at the same time. This offer is not available on breakfast.

Drinks

There is a bar display behind reception.

Self-Catering Facilities

Our well-equipped self-catering kitchen has enough equipment for you to cook up a delicious meal. Good quality saucepans as well as tableware and cookware are available for guests to use.

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icon-towncityfilter YHA HaworthType of Accommodation
Hostel or bunkhouse
dogsPD YHA HaworthPet Friendly?
No sorry
wifiPD YHA HaworthWiFi available?
Yes
Location (Town)
Keighley
Location (County)
West Yorkshire
Post Code
BD22 8RT

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