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Kings Arms
2 Church Street

West Yorkshire

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Our beautiful and historic Inn is set in the centre of all that Brontë enthusiasts hold dear. It marks the entrance to Church Street; the location of the Parsonage, schoolrooms, graveyard and of course, the church. It is within site of the old Apothecary and just across the road from the Tourist Information Centre. It is difficult to imagine a more convenient location to start your exploration of Haworth ... or indeed, a more welcoming place to end your visit! There can be no finer location for your stay than the King's Arms. Our large en-suite room offers all the comforts of home. Bright, spacious and, after a long day out, very welcoming. A tasteful mix of old-world charm and modern facilities make our guest room stand out from the crowd. But, best of all ... it's only 30 seconds away from one of the best-kept bars you're ever likely to visit! On our extensive menu you are certain to find something to suit your taste. Whether you want a light snack, a sandwich, salad, burgers or a full Sunday roast, you will find us hard to beat. We have four premium, hand-pulled cask beers at any one time plus a good range of top-name lagers and Cider. We also have a selection of very reasonably priced cocktails ... as well as a choice of coffees, tea and hot chocolate. You don't have to go far from the King's Arms to find yourself in the wild moorlands of the Brontë's novels; 15 minutes is all it will take, for the average walker. But that small effort is vastly rewarded by the sweeping landscape that awaits you. Ahead of you are well-marked paths accross Penistone moor to the Brontë Falls, Top Withens ( Wuthering Heights ) and beyond.

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