Lottie Cottage - Beautiful Escapes
West Yorkshire

Lottie Cottage

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Lottie Cottage is an idyllic escape for two and sits on the pretty cobbled Main Street in Haworth, right in the heart of the village where you will find interesting independent shops, galleries, coffee shops and restaurants. The cottage catches your eye as you arrive on Main Street with its pretty pink door which leads into this vintage styled cute as a button, small but perfectly formed home from home.

Nestled amongst the glorious countryside of West Yorkshire it is ideally placed for discovering Brontë Country in all its glory, whether you are wandering the pretty streets of Haworth or setting off across the unspoilt moors in search of what inspired the iconic sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Ann to pen their timeless classics.

Visits to the Brontë Parsonage and the Worth Valley Steam Railway are both worthy of a visit whilst spectacular walks and wonderful scenery all around are yours to explore.


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Living Space

Step through the pretty pink door and into the sitting room, cosy and comfy with a sofa and TV all set around the vintage fireplace, perfect for chillier evenings when you want to snuggle up for a film night. The handy breakfast bar separates the kitchen area which is well equipped and laid out with everything you need for cooking up your favourite holiday breakfasts and tasty suppers.

Garden Terrace

Through the stable door from the kitchen is a pretty terraced garden furnished with a table and chairs, a lovely spot for al fresco dining or for a cheeky sundowner.

Lottie Suite

Climb the steep winding stairs to the first floor and discover the Lottie Suite with views from the Victorian window out across Main Street,  a beautiful vintage bed takes centre stage, adorned with pretty, soft linens, making this the perfect place to rest your head.


Also on the first floor, the bathroom has the double benefit of a bath and a shower over, perfect for a long soak to rest any aching limbs after a day rambling across the Moor.

Workspace/Dressing Room

This separate room on the first floor provides a handy holiday workspace if you need to keep in touch during your stay, equally, it can work as a dressing room.



  • Halifax 10 miles
  • Harrogate 27 miles
  • Bradford 9 miles
  • Leeds 23 miles
  • Ilkley 14 miles
  • Skipton 12 miles
  • City of York 43 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park 21 miles

Restaurants, Pubs & Cafes

  • Hawthorn
  • The Old Registry
  • Industry Barista
  • Tap & tonic
  • The Burnt Bear at  Cross Roads
  • Haworth Tandoori
  • The Cloth Store
  • The Tree House

Activities close by

  • Keighley Worth Valley Steam Railway – featured in The Railway Children
  • The Bronte Parsonage Museum
  • National Trust – Hardcastle Cragg & East Riddlesden Hall
  • Thornwood Alpaca Trekking

Haworth also provides an excellent base for exploring both the Bradford, Leeds and Harrogate areas, which boast a wide variety of museums, galleries, and shopping centres. With the Yorkshire Dales National Park less than a 20 minute drive away, you can soon be in rolling countryside.

Good to know

Check in 4pm

Check out 10am







Linen and towels included

The stairs to the first floor are quite steep

Parking – On arrival, you can pull up outside the cottage and unload any luggage, parking can then be found on the road adjacent to the park on a first come first served basis, you can also use the Museum pay and display car park at the top of the village.


Double Bed

Bath with shower over




Lottie Cottage is in the heart of the historic and attractive village of Haworth, West Yorkshire. The area is often called Brontë Country because of its association with the Brontë authors – Emily Brontë, Charlotte Brontë and Anne Brontë.  A short stroll from the property will lead you to Main Street, with its cobbles, alleyways and abundance of traditional pubs, restaurants and cafés.

The Brontë Parsonage Museum, home to the largest and most important Brontë collections in the world, is just a short walk from the property and Brontë Waterfalls/Top Withins, reputedly the inspiration for Wuthering Heights, a 10-minute drive.

Haworth hosts themed weekends throughout the year, including the hugely popular 1940’s weekend, 1960’s weekend, Steampunk weekend, Scroggling the Holly, Nativity and the Torchlight Procession.





  • Halifax 10 miles
  • Harrogate 27 miles
  • Bradford 9 miles
  • Leeds 23 miles
  • Ilkley 14 miles
  • Skipton 12 miles
  • City of York 43 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park 21 miles


  • Leeds Bradford Airport 17 miles
  • Bradford Railway Station 10 miles
  • Leeds Railway Station 25 miles