My daughter and I stayed here after a day of exploring "Bronte Country." The owner and staff were incredibly friendly, helpful, and hospitable. Every time they saw us they asked after our needs. The room was clean and comfortable. We had a late afternoon tea and breakfast here. They weren't gourmet, but hit the spot. The location was especially nice; it's tucked away with the little shops near the Bronte Museum. The owner even gave us a coupon to eat at another pub for dinner.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Established in 1987, we are a friendly family owned guesthouse. Situated at the top of the famous cobbled Haworth main street, opposite the Bronte church, we are two minutes walk from the Bronte Parsonage and Yorkshire moors. The Worth Valley steam railway is less than ten minutes from us. Room to the rear of the building have panoramic views of the surrounding moors, whilst those to the front overlook Haworth's famous main street. Built around 1640 you will delight in its' quaintness. The oak beams, millstone grit exterior and intricate passageways. The Apothecary has had many uses in the past 400 years, including an inn, the Co-op shop (see pulley wheel at the top of the building, a private dwelling and a book shop. One can only wonder at the lives and dramas played out over the years. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Apothecary Guest House Hotel Haworth
- Apothecary Guest House Haworth, Yorkshire