Customer Rating: 3.9 / 4 out of 4
Reviews & Ratings
* Based on a combined average customer score over the last 3 months
28 Customer Review(s)
“Accommodation exceeded our expectations.”
Although described as an 'apartment,' the word didn't do it justice. It was so cosy that we were sad to leave. Home comforts, character, location, history...it had everything we wanted from a short break.
Although described as an 'apartment,' the word didn't do it justice. It was so cosy that we were sad to leave. Home comforts, character, location, history...it had everything we wanted from a short break.- Ms Devall, December 2018
“We had a lovely weekend break in Church View in Haworth and couldn’t have been happier.”
It was beautifully decorated and fitted out, scrupulously clean, clearly well cared for and very comfortable. The welcome basket of wine and chocolates was a lovely thought too. The location is excellent, right in the centre of the shopping and eating area, yet quiet enough to relax between trips out. The only downside is not having off-street parking but it’s only 100 yards or so to a local authority car park that only charges £4 for 24 hours so that wouldn’t put us off coming again. Brian and Margaret really do look after their guests.- Mrs Middleton-west, November 2018
“I’ve stayed at Clock View and Church View numerous times as it’s so comfortable and clean and has everything you need for a lovely stay.”
the complimentary hampers are a lovely thought too. I stayed at another property in the past but left after one night and booked church view the next morning. I have recommended these two apartments to lots of friends and family who had never been to Haworth before and they are now regular visitors like myself and my husband.- Mrs Muscatelli, November 2018
“This property is always spotless and with a welcome basket of wine, cookies and chocolates.”
Cozy and warm and in a great location.- Mrs Wright, October 2018
“Enjoyed all of it, lovely place to stay the welcome pack very nice and the comfort of the apartment.”- Ms Murrell, September 2018
“It was a great base to explore Hawton and beyond.”
Great restaurants nearby and lovely shops to look around, we loved walking the moors and visiting the Bronte places of interest.- Ms Castle, September 2018
“Nice place, friendly people, good food and beer.”
If you want to visit the Bronte Museum you couldn't get a closer accommodation. The apartment was nice and l would agree with what most people have said about it. Clean comfortable and well resourced. As the accommodation is self catering it would have been nice to have had a free cupboard to put food in as all the cupboards were full of various bits of kitchen equipment. The integrated fridge unfortunately had a broken freezer drawer when we were there so couldn't really use it, it wasn't a major problem for us and I'm sure they were going to have it fixed soon. It rained alot when we were there so the steps to get in to the apartment at the back got very slippery. Not a big problem just needed be a bit careful. People have said about the noise. We found when people rented the accommodation above we could hear them moving around and as we had the bedroom window open we could hear the people out side the pub next door when they were going home but this was only one night and only for a few minutes. The church bells ring every quarter for an hour which was nice but they're quite close so if you're a light sleeper this might be something to consider. However they only rang on Saturday Sunday and Monday when we were there I think they broke down. Personally we would have liked to have seen pictures of the bathroom before booking because the toilet area is really quite small, the shower and basin are fine but the loo is in a very tight spot! That said we would rent the accommodation again as I think the accommodation is well worth the money.- Miss Tinney, September 2018
“Great flat in a great location”
We chose this accommodation for its great location. It didn't disappoint. It's at the 'top' of the village, close to the car park and the Bronte Personage. It's a lovely flat. Nice and clean. Bed was comfy. Great place to stay in Haworth. NB you must be able-bodied as the flat is up steep stairs and access is not the easiest. Haworth itself is one huge steep hill though so the stairs were not the hardest part of the stay!- Nektaruk, September 2018
“Lovely apartment, very comfortable and spacious.”
The location, in the very centre of Haworth, made an excellent base to explore and enjoy the area.- Mr Mcnally, August 2018
“Great location Very well equippee Loved all the local pictures and Bronte books being a Bronte lover”- Ms Percy, June 2018
“My mum and I stayed here over the 1960's Weekend in this apartment.”
It was so beautiful, the pictures do not do the place justice, the apartment was stunning and it was a perfect size for two people. I would highly recommend that you stay here. It has great views of the main strip from the front and the church from the back. It made my mum and I want to live there. So far we have stayed in Haworth five times and this for sure was the most we felt at home. Excellent place.- Mr Forde, June 2018
Booked as was visiting Bronte Summer Festival. In great location. Flat is kitted out well and the bed was extremely comfy. Would definitely use again- beaglelady71, June 2018
“Amazing stay all round!”
Apartment is on the doorstep to everything. Fab brewery bistro just across the road. Food and drinks fab and very reasonably priced. Super king-size bed was lush, especially in hot weather and so comfy. All pubs, cafes bars are either outside or down the bank so all within walking distance. Just be wary of steep bank as apartment is located at the top but nothing too bad (plenty of pub pitstops on a at back up ;) ) Overall excellent stay and we were lucky enough to see the tour de Yorkshire. Already planning another weekend trip bk here.- Miss Coates, May 2018
“Perfectly positioned comfortable cottage”
This is our second stay in this cottage and we loved it just as much as the first time. It's in the heart of the old village, seconds from the parsonage and Main Street, yet quiet and peaceful. We appreciated the welcome basket and the amazingly comfortable super king sized bed. The owners couldn't have been kinder and were a pleasure to deal with.- roxanne121, April 2018
“WOW. If you're interested in he Brontes - Haworth.”
..need a bit of THINKING time...WALKING time - or a few days very close to BRILLIANT eating and drinking places - book THIS flat. Loved the views out of every window...you are right in the middle of it all here.- Ms Pattinson, January 2018
We had an excellent stay. The apartment is great and ideally placed. The owners are very kind and do everything for our comfort!We look forward to returning to it for a next holiday to Haworth.- Aurélia B, December 2017
“Absolutely loved my time here.”
Brian and Margaret are lovely. Had a basket of goodies left for me when I got there. King size bed is amazingly comfy. If I could have got it in my suitcase I would have done- Mrs Thewlis, November 2017
“Very lovely little hoilday home, had everything we need.”
Very clean, lovely welcome hamper, very good welcome pack. Also about 20 steps to the pub which was great. The village of Haworth is a great little place for a mini break.- Mrs Dawson, September 2017
“Church View was a very comfortable place to stay.”
Having two sofas was excellent and the bed was very big and very comfortable. It was very clean and well appointed with lots of nice touches within the decoration. The location was excellent if you want to be in the heart of Haworth. It's worth noting that if you park in the Parsonage car park, you can buy a week's ticket from the tourist information shop for £20 saving £8. We would definitely consider another booking!- Mr Everitt, September 2017
“From the start of my booking with Ben, who was excellent on all aspects of service and also sending me additional information after my booking, I would have no hesitation in booking with Sykes Cottages again.”
The property was excellent spotless and in a wonderful position in the main village and the owners were on hand if needed. I would most definitely book again with Sykes Cottages.- Mr Owen, September 2017
“The only problem was the noise from the tenants above walking back and forward.”- Mrs Brown, June 2017
“The location of the property is excellent, at the top end of Main St.”
, almost next door to the church and a few yards from the Bronte Parsonage and Museum. The helpful assistants at the Tourist Office are just over the road. You do need to be agile enough to cope with steps at the property entrance and to the first floor, and of course walk the steep village street. The facilities at the property are excellent, the central heating was efficient and the water hot when needed. The "Welcome" basket was a nice touch. Everything we used worked. Even the vast bed was comfortable. We felt very much "at home". Haworth is a good centre to get out and about and we only used our car on one day of the holiday, all others we used the local buses and of course the Steam Railway was a must for one day.- Mrs Brookes, May 2017
“Comfortable stay in great location”
Church view is a lovely, cosy flat with a very comfortable bed and homely feel. Lovely and warm on arrival with a welcome basket including wine and biscuits. The location is great, right on the high street next to the church and parsonage. Lots of lovely little local shops on the street and the locals are very friendly and happy to give tips on where to go and see in the area. We loved the parsonage and went back a couple of times. Local walks are great and you can walk from the village to Top Withins and other local attractions. We met who we believed to be the owners on leaving and they were very friendly. Thank you for a lovely stay if you are reading! Jonathan and Sarah DB- Sarah D, January 2017
“12th July to17th July”
We were welcomed with a lovely basket containing, bottle of wine,Tea,coffee,jam and marmalade. The apartment was lovely and clean, we can honestly say the bed was the most comfortable bed we have slept in, thoroughly enjoyed our stay and will definitely book again.- Chris K, July 2016
“A wonderful apartment in the heart of Bronte country”
I stayed at Church View for a week and it was a lovely, clean and comfortable apartment. Brian and Margaret provided me with a wealth of info about the property and the surrounding area prior to my stay, so it was all very easy to get to and stay in the property. The welcome basket provided was a lovely touch! Church View is literally a stone's throw from the Bronte Parsonage and the start of the walk to Bronte Falls and Top Withens, so it's ideally located for any Bronte fans. The main street is just around the corner, so you're close by to all the local shops, cafes and restaurants. Local transport links are also close by, so it's very easy to get around (I visited Hebden Bridge, which is only a 30 minute bus ride away through beautiful Moorland). It's also near the train station, so you can hop on the steam train to surrounding villages and the main town of Keighley. The property itself was faultlessly clean and the bed was so comfortable, I slept like a dream! For a solo traveller I also felt very safe in the property, which I feel is very important. I was very sad to leave Haworth and Yorkshire, but next time I'll come back to Chruch View!- Bookish_Rebecca, April 2016
“Excellent apartment for amenities and location”
Spent a wonderful week here. It was extremely clean and well cared for to a very high standard and covered all our needs for the week. A special touch was the welcome basket which contained most of our necessities before needing to shop. The apartment is very central to the village yet also very quiet; everything is within walking distance except for the local food shop but that is easily accessible by car. Parking was no problem that too was within easy walking distance of the apartment. Have no problem recommending this to any one wishing to visit the beautiful part of England.- Shelagh H, October 2015
“Great location for a short break”
Great location in a lovely village. Views from the windows were lovely. Bedroom was very cosy and comfortable, enormous bed was great. Living area contained everything you needed for a weekend away, and lots of cafes/pubs nearby for meals. Welcome pack was really thoughtful, one of the nicest we've had. Would definitely recommend- Sarah F, May 2015
“Perfect short break”
Lovely apartment in a great location. Right next to the Bronte Parsonage and the moors. Nicely appointed and very comfortable. Good food and drink nearby.- JJHardcastle, September 2014
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Broadband / WiFi
A first class, self-catering apartment within a lovely period property, occupying a superb, elevated position in the village of Haworth, home to the famous Bronte sisters.
Located in the very centre of this ever-popular village, this apartment is ideal for those looking to get away from it all and enjoy a romantic break.
Individually styled and furnished, the main living area has an open plan layout with a beamed ceiling, quality furnishings, panelled walls and feature windows overlooking the top of the historic main street.
The bedroom, with views to the famous church, is spacious with a super king-size bed and an en-suite, and it retains many of the original features, including a feature fireplace and stone mullioned windows.
Steeped in literary history and formerly home to the Bronte sisters, Haworth has traditional pubs, restaurants and cafes, and a variety of walks, allowing visitors to follow in the footsteps of Catherine and Heathcliff and wander the fantastic rugged moorland.
Skipton is nearby, with its cobbled streets and delightful castle and further afield is the Victorian spa town of Harrogate, boasting fabulous shops, an excellent theatre and the fantastic Royal Pump Room Museum.
A wonderful self-catering apartment, perfect for a romantic break exploring all this lovely area has to offer.
Note: This property can be booked with Ref 930443, together they sleep 4.
All first floor. One super king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric stove. Ground floor entrance with shared staircase.
- Gas central heating with electric stove
- Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Parking in main car park 50 yards from apartment at £4/day
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shops and pubs 1 min walk
- Note: Apartment is set in the very heart of the village, occasional noise may be heard from the main street
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About the location
Skipton 13 miles; Hebden Bridge 8 miles.
The small village of Haworth was home to the famous Bronte sisters, who were inspired by the surrounding moorland to pen their novels, which have become classics of English Literature. Haworth is a village that time almost forgot, with its myriad of curiosity and antique shops, alleyways and cobbled streets creating a wonderful period atmosphere, all set against a framing backdrop of countryside famously described in the novel Wuthering Heights as wild, rugged and barren. Nearby, the famous Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, an authentic steam railway brought to prominence in the film The Railway Children, provides a lovely day out with a regular service to the old village of Oxenhope. The area abounds with popular places to visit, including the Bronte Parsonage Museum, East Riddlesden Hall, and the National Railway Museum in York. The market town of Skipton, often fondly regarded as the Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is just a short drive away, and also within reach are elegant Harrogate and vibrant Leeds and Manchester.
This property offers the following short breaks:
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