The Old Registry Haworth
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The Old Registry Haworth

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Welcome to the Old Registry Guest house, Haworth. Haworth is a great place to visit at any time of the year & The Old Registry Guest House is perfectly situated on the cobbled Main Street to enjoy everything about this unique Yorkshire village. Home of the Bronte Sisters, this picturesque village, surrounded by rugged and beautiful moorland, has much to offer for a short break in Yorkshire. In addition to the Bronte Parsonage Museum there is the Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway, where much of the classic film The Railway Children was shot. There are guided walks and ghost tours, fantastic restaurants and quaint old fashioned shops, beautiful countryside and a full calendar of events including the famous Haworth 1940's weekend. Just a couple of miles from the Pennine Way, Haworth is an ideal base to discover the Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. The market town of Skipton, the spa town of Ilkley, the craft town of Hebden Bridge, the World Heritage site of Saltaire and the Duke of Devonshire's Bolton Abbey Estate are all within a half hour drive. At The Old Registry Guest House we have 9 individually themed & decorated, quality en-suite bedrooms. All of our double rooms have lovely views, most have four-poster luxury beds and some even have whirlpool baths! We are proud to support the Deliciouslyorkshire campaign and our breakfast is second to none with local ingredients cooked to perfection. We hope to Welcome you soon !
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
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Non-smoking hotel
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HOTEL STYLE
Historic Hotel
Hidden Gem
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English

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2-6 Main Street, Keighley BD22 8DA England
Getting there
Great for walkers
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Colin C wrote a review Feb 2020
Sedbergh, United Kingdom217 contributions110 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Earlier this month we booked a 2 night stay for a birthday celebration. The Old Registry is an old fashioned, quirky 'restaurant with rooms', situated at the bottom of the cobbled main street in Haworth. There is only resident parking outside, and as all spaces were full during our visit, we had to park at a nearby hotel which was chargeble. It was not particularly easy to trundle our luggage over the road, particularly as the weather was wild and wintery !

We were booked into the Tudor Room, which had period furniture and a large 4 poster bed. Although the bed was very comfortable, neither of us slept as well as expected. There were strange creaks and bangs in the room overnight (a ghost maybe ??), plus traffic noise from early morning on the adjacent main road. There were also a few loose fittings, eg bathroom light switch and curtain restraints.

Our bathroom was small but adequate, with a whirlpool batch and shower. Brown stains on one bath towel were reported next morning, after which our towels were changed. No sanitary disposal bags or rubber bath mats were provided.

Breakfast was very good, with a selection of cold items followed by hot food and toast cooked to order. Evening meals were excellent, with a good selection from an extensive menu, all cooked to order and thankfully served on hot plates. Many locals and non-residents were also dining in the evening, which is always a good sign.

Heating throughout the building was very good and much appreciated during an extremely cold spell. All of the staff we encountered were lovely, friendly and efficient.

At almost 400 pounds for our 2 night stay (dinner, bed & breakfast) this was not a cheap stay, but on the whole quite an enjoyable one.

The TV in our room displayed a warning that it would need re-tuning the following day, and true to form it was not working next morning. We reported this at breakfast, and were told it would be seen to. On returning to the room around midday, the room had been made up but again the TV did not work. We reported it again, and for a third time when we returned at 6pm. As nothing was done, I managed to re-tune the TV myself. Not a major issue perhaps, but as there is no bar or lounge for residents to use (outside meal times), there is little to do on a cold winter's evening but to stay in your room and watch TV.
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Date of stay: February 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Dizzi wrote a review Aug 2020
Wigan, United Kingdom137 contributions109 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We arrived at the old registry to be greeted by the owners, after some confusion over rooms we where shown to the Tudor room, this is based on the front of the hotel facing the cobbled street. The room was perfect my only 2 gripes are 1. The duvet is super heavy to sleep under and 2 a privacy screen or tinted windows in the bathroom is needed. The bathtub is directly under the window and the toilet facing so people in the buildings opposite get a full view unless you close the curtains, we found this out after chatting to the owners of the bar across the road.
We opted to eat in the hotel restaurant that evening and the food was Devine, I had sea bass fillets my other half had trio of fish, staff where discreet yet attentive and nothing was too much trouble.

Breakfast we was offered juice, coffee, & tea, not enough sugar was given but was readily corrected, the first breakfast we had was lovely the second left a lot to be desired for me.. the bacon was burnt to a crisp either that or it had been left standing, scrambled eggs very runny, sausages 10/10 I could have eaten those all day.

On our first night we slept like babies the second night my partner was kept awake with an alarm somewhere close by (not the hotels fault) it’s a really old building so you hear every creak and groan of the floorboards and doors opening and closing.

Check out was easy we just told the waitress in the restaurant that we where off!

The tap and tonic across the road is a newly opened bar, we found ourselves in there chatting to the owners, a bar I would most certainly recommend.

Would I stay here again, probably not .. it’s based at the bottom of the very steep village hill and having mobility problems I only made it to the top once, this is no reflection on the hotel just a personal choice I would however recommend it to those more mobile.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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goose1962 wrote a review Sept 2020
Scunthorpe, United Kingdom210 contributions71 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Just back from a lovely 2 night stay at The Old Registry, even with the current restrictions in place we had a great stay and everything felt very safe. We stayed in The Secret Garden room and it was beautifully decorated and very olde worlde, as was the restaurant and dining rooms. The breakfasts were excellent, with plenty of choice and very tasty. We had our evening meals there both nights of our stay and the food was absolutely delicious. Situated at the bottom of the cobbled Main Street with parking at the Haworth Old Hall pub just around the corner for £3 a day it’s an ideal location to see sights of the lovely village of Haworth and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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AVGA wrote a review Mar 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom8 contributions4 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Shocking to see in this day and age that the complimentary bread was a processed oven style frozen baguette, very cheap and tastless

The pate was then also served with ready sliced cheap brown bread.

I think these elements really let the meal down. Fresh daily bread or homemade bread is really not a big ask in what is supposed to be a restaurant serving fresh produce.

The duck was also not pink and overcooked.

A shame as the whole concept of the menu has potential but the key expectation wasn't there.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AlastairBrough wrote a review Oct 2020
Southport, United Kingdom11 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A very charming, atmospheric and unique hotel. We received a very warm welcome and nothing was too much trouble from our host Peter. It's in a fantastic location and we would strongly recommend eating in the restaurant, where we received a first class meal.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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lozzy2018 wrote a review Oct 2022
Sheffield, United Kingdom19 contributions3 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We came with our 2 family friends on friday 14 October unti 16th October to celebrate my husbands surprise 60th birthday. A lovely warm welcome on arrival. Wow we did not expect the rooms to be so beautiful, we stayed in the Duchess room and our friends in the memories room. Huge bathrooms. A relaxing 2 nights sleep in the most amazing comfortable bed. The duvet and covers were so thick, snuggly &, good quality.
the owners offer gifts to be put in your room at an extra cost So I took up this offer of a prosecco gift and a more unusual gift of a couple of bottles of beer and crisps (hubby)
For a thank you to our friends and a surprise 60th gift for my husband . Nothing was too much trouble , the prices of the gifts was very reasonable and good quality.
The cooked breakfast was delicious all freshly sourced produce from local suppliers and plentiful. A good selection of cereals and fruit.
This hotel was a great base for us to visit the Keighley and worth valley real ale festival.
Good location and the car park harworth old Hall offered by the hotel at a bargain price £3 a night was a minutes walk away. We popped in there for a cheeky pint n lunch before booking into our hotel. They were also very hospitable and charming.
Harworth is a charming old village with a wealth of history and the old registry was just at the bottom of the hill on Main Street.
Harworth as a good selection of quirky craft shops , pubs and cafes.
Definitely will return, even my husband and friends agreed I had made a great choice finding this hotel.
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Date of stay: October 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: We stayed in duchess room see photograph below
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Nicole D wrote a review Apr 2023
Los Angeles, California311 contributions111 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
An amazing, quaint guest house, located right on the bottom of the main street in Haworth. We stayed in the Lavender Room, which was up two flights of stairs on the top level. The room was very tidy, clean, with windows overlooking onto the main street below. The bathroom was quite large, with a clawfoot tub, and a separate shower. The only thing to be aware of, is if you're tall you may have to watch your head especially in the bathroom where the ceilings are sloped. The walls are a bit thin in the rooms, we could hear our neighbors talking at night, but personally for us, it wasn't too much of a bother.

There isn't parking in front of the guesthouse, but they have a deal with the pub about 50 yards away that for 3 pounds you can park overnight. We actually ending up finding street parking on the other side of the guesthouse, which was free and we could park there all day and night with no trouble.

Overall, a super nice time at the Old Registry. It felt like being transformed back in time, but with an added touch of modern conveniences. Would definitely recommend!
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Date of stay: April 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kirky30 wrote a review Feb 2020
57 contributions33 helpful votes
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed at the beautiful Old Registry in mid feb .
We really enjoyed our stay from start to finish. So much so, we ended up staying another night.

We stayed in the Memories room, the bed was comfortable and we loved the decor of this room.
My only criticism is the shower could be bigger as it’s a huge bathroom and the water pressure is low, so it took some time to get the suds out of my hair. However the water was always lovely and hot.

We ate in the restaurant on the Saturday evening and enjoyed 3 courses and a lovely bottle of wine.
The food was excellent and by 8.30pm the restaurant was full, so booking is definitely recommended.

We had breakfast here all 3 morning and went for the Yorkshire breakfast - the only thing missing on the list was beans , however we asked if these could be added and it wasn’t an issue.
There was also yoghurts , juice and cereals available.
Breakfast is cooked to order , so be prepared approx 20-30 mins from ordering, even if you’re first down . We didn’t realise this on our first morning, so didn’t make the steam train we were planning on getting , however as we were having a relaxing weekend it wasn’t an issue for us, but it’s something to bare if you need to be out at a specific time.
The items on the breakfast were all cooked to an excellent standard and the food was a great quality. We especially loved the sausages.

The staff at The Old Registry were what really topped off our stay. They were so welcoming and friendly.
Nothing seemed to be a problem and everyone went above and beyond.

If we ever find ourselves in Howarth again, we would most certainly stay here again
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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bubble1965 wrote a review Aug 2020
Lincoln, United Kingdom100 contributions30 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here for the last two evenings.
Located on the main cobbled street.
We stayed in the Cherubs room.
Only my opinion- the room is super cute but quite small in the attic with the ceilings sloping. Fine for me but if you are very tall like my hubbie, you may struggle. This said, the room was clean and cosy. Shower was hot with little toiletries to use. The only thing I could suggest is some comfortable chairs in the room.
Coffee and tea available
The breakfast On both days was super and the young lady serving us was a delight, very professional friendly and genuinely nice.
We didn’t eat dinner as they only had a earlier sitting and we were out for most of the day. So too early for us.
The restaurant looked super in the evening and was clearly fully booked.
We had a super stay, we would love to return again, but we would try to book a bigger room.
Thank you to all at The Old Registry, we loved it.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bernie wrote a review Mar 2024
Princes Risborough, United Kingdom31 contributions5 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
First impressions were not good- we arrived early and rang a phone number on the door, where we were told to return at check in time. On our return, the first thing said was “Have you driven? You’ll have to move your car and that will cost £3 a night”
We were asked to pay upfront for the room and when we entered, the bed looked like someone had slept in it. I pulled back the lumpy duvet and saw that the sheets didn’t fit on the top or bottom and the duvet didn’t fit the cover. We returned to reception and politely asked for the bed to be changed or an alternative room to be given. We gave them half an hour to sort something and, on our return, were offered another room.
This room was much smaller and had a double bed. On checking previous reviews and photos, we were surprised to read that there was a four poster bed in the room (there was not) and a working luxury jacuzzi bath (this did not work at all). The bathroom was spacious and full of character, but the toilet scared the life out of us every time it was flushed as it was a Maserating/Sanex toilet and made an horrific noise! Also, our room and bathroom fronted the cobbled street and the windows had absolutely no privacy from the accommodation across the narrow street, which meant we had to use the bathroom with the curtains closed and also keep the curtains closed when dressing or sitting in bed.

The plusses for this property were the proximity to all the quaint attractions in Haworth and to an extremely good pub nearby, which served amazing food.

Breakfast redeemed our stay. The service, food choices and conversation finally made us feel that we were welcome there.
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Date of stay: March 2024Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from John M
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom1,241 contribution487 helpful votes
It’s probably a larger room we had a room at the top of the house and it was fine it had en-suite tea making facilities you just had to climb narrow stairs
garry s asked a question Jan 2017
Crete, Greece
where do you park car
Answer from krantzy73
Leeds, United Kingdom43 contributions19 helpful votes
Hello, yes you are given a business card to place in your windscreen and you park in the Old Hall Inn car park just down the road.
Richard C asked a question Nov 2015
9 contributions13 helpful votes
Do you permit dogs in your hotel ?.
Answer from leanneqHaworth
Haworth7 contributions1 helpful vote
Hi Sorry for the late reply Unfotunately not regards Leanne
westieman_9 asked a question Nov 2014
Langholm, United Kingdom2,709 contributions47 helpful votes
Hi Linda. Please can you tell me if there is parking at the hotel. Regards Debbie
Answer from Linda F
South Shields, United Kingdom25 contributions14 helpful votes
hi no there is no parking outside hotel but they give you a voucher to out in your car to park across the road in pub car park our car was fine there.we parked outside hotel first then shown where to park. we had lovely stay in the tudor room quaint little street. hope this helps x
Ian wrote a tip 6 May
21 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Main Street is lovely! Many cafes and lovely shops to peruse on the doorstep! Definitely worth a visit or a strut if your in the area!"
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paulba2018 wrote a tip Dec 2023
Birmingham, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"this is budget and avoid in winter as the place is cold...."
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MonkeyDennis wrote a tip Apr 2023
Derbyshire, United Kingdom233 contributions49 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"You can use the Old Hall car park which is across the road. "
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Lesley G wrote a tip Nov 2022
Cleethorpes26 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"No parking but the pub lets you park just have a drink or snack to repay favour very nice too"
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Ian H wrote a tip Nov 2022
King's Lynn, United Kingdom475 contributions174 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you struggle with mobility and want to see the Parsonage and local historical shops drive to the parsonage museum and park there"
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£68 - £113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United KingdomEnglandYorkshireWest YorkshireKeighleyHaworth
NUMBER OF ROOMS
8
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Old Registry Haworth
Which popular attractions are close to The Old Registry Haworth?
Nearby attractions include Bronte Parsonage Museum (0.2 miles), Haworth Parish Church (0.2 miles), and And Chocolate of Haworth (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Old Registry Haworth?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Old Registry Haworth?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Old Registry Haworth?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Old Registry Haworth?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Hawthorn Haworth, Pavé, and Haworth Steam Brewery.
Is The Old Registry Haworth located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the centre of Haworth.
Are there any historical sites close to The Old Registry Haworth?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Bronte Parsonage Museum (0.2 miles), East Riddlesden Hall, National Trust (4.4 miles), and Keighley Central Hall (3.4 miles).
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