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YHA Haworth is a Victorian Gothic Mansion that was built as the family home of a local mill owner. 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. We're ideally situated for backpackers travelling around the Hebden Bridge and Todmorden areas, and of course, the village is best known as home of the Bronte sisters.
Why guests love YHA Haworth
Accommodation at YHA Haworth
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.
Food and drink at YHA Haworth
- Ambulant accessible
- Cot available
- Cycle store
- Free wi-fi
- Garden / grounds
- Wheelchair accessible
- Drying room
- Board games
- Games room
- Private rooms available
- En suite rooms available
Food & drink
- Dining room
- Group catering available
- Licensed bar
- Meals available
- Self-catering kitchen
Other YHA products
- Meeting Rooms & Corporate Hire
- Trade bookings
- YHA School Trips
Need to know
Check in: 15.00 - 23.00
Check out: Before 10.00
Open every day?: No
Towels and toiletries: Towels and toiletries are not provided but are available to hire or purchase from reception. Bedding is supplied.
Breakfast: Breakfast is served from 7.30am until 9am.
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YHA School Trips
YHA Haworth offers great school accommodation for a visit to the Bronte Parsonage Museum. Activity breaks are also possible with local providers offering rock climbing, cycling and water sports. Teachers and pupils can consolidate their learning in the hostel's classroom after enjoying the group catering available.
Visit the YHA School Trips website for more information.
Volunteering with YHA is a fantastic way to have fun, learn new skills, boost your CV and travel to different places. We have a variety of different opportunities to choose from and volunteering roles to suit everyone.
The tasks are varied and in return you will meet some great people, who both work and stay in our hostels, as well as enjoying your time off discovering the local area and attractions.
You can find out more and apply to volunteer at this hostel on the volunteering website.
The Bronte sisters wrote their famous novels whilst living at the parsonage in the village. It is now an evocative museum furnished as it was in their day. The Keighley and Worth Valley steam railway passes through Haworth. The iconic film The Railway Children was filmed here.
Meet the team
Our dedicated team, many of whom are local to Haworth, are on hand and happy to offer you the best advice and guidance to really appreciate this stunning location. Not only is Haworth famous for its vast and stunning landscapes which influenced the iconic Bronte Family but the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2018, which runs steam trains on a daily basis through summer and is a must for steam enthusiasts!
With excellent transport links to Leeds, Bradford and Halifax you can really get out and about exploring the local areas and the manager recommends Hebden Bridge as a quirky little town to visit, it has built a reputation for "great little shops" and has an unusually high density of independent shops for a UK town of its size with more than 20 cafes and tea rooms, and about 20 pubs, micro pubs and restaurants so you certainly wont be bored.
There really is something for everyone at YHA Haworth!