73 Sun Street offers spacious family accomodation just a short stroll from the famous cobbled Main Street in the picturesque village of Haworth.

The 4 bedroomed cottage has lovely views over the beautiful enclosed english garden which surrounds this charming house and far reaching views over neighbouring fields.

The village of Haworth is internationally famous for its connections with the Brontë family, and the three sisters in particular, Charlotte Emily and Anne. The majority of their famous works were written here during the time they lived at the village Parsonage. The steam railway is at the bottom of the hill, the trains regularly run to Oxenhope and Keighley.

There are many lovely walks in this area such as Penistone Hill, Bronte Falls and Top Withins (Wuthering Heights). The Pennine Way can be joined 2 miles away. Further afield are the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton, Bolton Abbey, Grassington, Malham and Wycoller (the ruined manor house was supposedly the inspiration for Mr Rochesters house in Jane Eyre) and many more,

Find out more about Haworth at www.haworth-village.org.uk

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