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We are a small family run Guest house / Bed and Breakfast in he centre of Haworth with a friendly and informal atmosphere, where our aim is to ensure your stay is relaxing, comfortable and enjoyable.
We have been running the guest house for over 15 years and we are a 4 Star Silver Guest Accommodation Self Assessed and highly rated in Haworth and West Yorkshire by Trip Advisor.
Set in the picturesque historic village of Haworth, the delightful and charming Rosebud Cottage is ideal for your visit to Haworth, West Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales. We are less than five minutes from The Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway, and situated two minutes from the bottom of the main cobbled street leading up to the Brontë Parsonage Museum, you are perfectly placed to explore the village and the rest of Yorkshire's many attractions.
Rosebud Cottage is a typical stone built Yorkshire cottage dating back to 1752 offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation, with fine original features and character, offering a high level of comfort and a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
Pets only by proir arrangement.
Minimum child age is 15 years and has to share with an adult.
Less than five minutes from Haworth Steam Railway Station
Five minutes to Brontë Parsonage Museum
Situated directly on main bus route
Located in centre of Haworth Village, next to Central Park
Free off road car-parking
Full Fire Certificate and Emergency lighting
Delightful characteristic cottage of distinction
Wireless internet connection available
As is the law we have a no smoking policy but we also have a no vaping policy
Cellar Guest Lounge
Our cellar lounge was the cold cellar dating back to 1752 when the property was built later in about 1890 the lower ground floor of Rosebud Cottage was called the Belle Isle Inn, this cellar was then used as the beer cellar. in the 1960`s when the property was refurbished for the first time the cellar was filled in and boarded up and hadn't seen daylight until we reopened it up in 2007.
We have refurbished this room to enhance its stunning features, The original vaulted stone ceiling and the Stone window.
The cellar is on the same level as the dining room.
The conservatory overlooks the quiet garden to the rear of the guest house, This is the perfect place to sit and relax whilst reading a good Bronte book.