- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Cot available
- Highchair available
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
25 Customer Review(s)
“Mulberry cottage is a very well equipped and comfortable home, ideally located for exploring the area.”
The communication with the owners was excellent. There are lovely places to eat within walking distance and would definitely recommend to family and friends.
The communication with the owners was excellent. There are lovely places to eat within walking distance and would definitely recommend to family and friends.- Mrs Simpson, February 2020
“The cottage had everything you would want and was spotlessly clean.”
Haworth was great too, plenty of really good pubs serving great homemade food.- Mr Annall, February 2020
“Mulberry Cottage was a very well equipped property in a great area.”
The cottage was exceptionally well maintained and VERY clean, great log fire and a welcome package on arrival, very nice. The only down side was that storm Ciara made an appearance, but still my wife and i had a great time.- Mr Reid, February 2020
“We stayed at Mulberry Cottage while over from Australia visiting family.”
The cottage was very pretty and had everything you might need when staying away from home. The owners were very helpful and left wine, milk, biscuits and chocolates for our arrival which were very much appreciated! The cottage was beautifully appointed and very clean, the beds were comfy but I did find the plastic sheet on one of the double beds very uncomfortable but apart from that I could not fault this cottage. Haworth is lovely and the cottage is just a five minute walk from shops, cafes and pubs. I would recommend this cottage to anyone thinking of staying in Yorkshire.- Mrs Van De Gevel, December 2018
Thank you for your feedback. We're pleased that you enjoyed your stay at the cottage and found the beds comfortable. As with most holiday cottages, we use a standard waterproof mattress protector with a washable padded protector on top. This is to maintain the cleanliness of the mattress and ensure it is hygenic for future guests. Sykes owner relations
“Just back from spending Christmas week at the gorgeous Mullberry Cottage with my wife and 13 year-old son.”
It’s the first time we’ve been away for the festive season and the cottage proved to be everything we’d hoped for…and more. It’s a perfect home from home with everything you need to enjoy a relaxing break, and with beautiful Haworth Main Street just a short walk away, it was in the perfect location. Whilst there I read Wuthering Heights (there’s a copy in the back bedroom) and discovered a love for all things Bronte – there’s something special about reading such a famous book in the village that it was written more than 160 years ago. I totally immersed myself in the history of the place, finishing the week with a visit to the church and Bronte Parsonage which I’d definitely recommend if you’re at all interested in the Bronte family. The pubs on the main street were lovely too – our favourites were the King’s Arms and The Fleece (with the Fleece just edging it) – lovely food and very welcoming. And if you like fish and chips you just have to try the Golden Hind chippy just down the street from the cottage – they are the best we’ve ever had! We can’t recommend this place enough. The communication from Julie was perfect and the welcome pack of mince pies, chocolate fingers and bottle of Prosecco was a really lovely touch… not to mention the milk in the fridge and tea, coffee and sugar in the cupboard. The beds are so comfy, the bath is wonderful, and relaxing in front of the wood-burning stove was the icing on the cake for us – we felt at home as soon as we arrived and really didn’t want to leave.- Mr Nestor, December 2018
“Everything with Sykes cottages is made so easy.”
From paying for the stay and all the information I needed. I only use this site if I am looking to get away for a break.- Mrs Thewlis, November 2018
“A lovely cottage in an ideal location.”
Extremely well presented and a credit to the owners.- Mr Mears, October 2018
“Everything about our holiday was just perfect could not have had any better elsewhere cottage.”
Bus service was two minutes away from our cottage was a good service Haworth village- Ms Finnigan, September 2018
“It was clean, comfortable and ideal for sightseeing!”- Mr Smith, July 2018
“Mulberry cottage was a real home from home.”
Decorated and furnished to a really high standard and spotlessly clean. Everything you need in the dining kitchen. Bedrooms are lovely with really comfortable beds. Loved the bath after walking on the moors. Haworth is beautiful and we will be back to stay in this beautiful cottage.- Mrs Downs, April 2018
“The cottage was lovely.”
Was well situated for Haworth and nice walks locally on the moors. Will definitely be staying here again as a week was not long enough.- Mr Farrar, March 2018
“Beautiful cottage, close to attractions”
This is a fantastic cottage. It was left perfectly clean and beautifully presented. There are two good sized bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. Everything was thought about - even that there were plenty of coat hangers in the wardrobe and hooks behind the door in the bathroom! The kitchen is spacious and has enough of everything. I couldn't fault this cottage. It was so good that part of me didn't want to write a review in case it got fully booked for when we wanted to visit again!! The owners even messaged us after we had arrived to check that everything was fine. We will certainly be back.- Karen F, March 2018
I don't think I've ever written a review before I've left a place but this cottage was so special I couldn't wait! If your looking for the perfect location for visiting Haworth, this cottage is it. Located just off the bottom of the main high street with a wonderful pub (the Old Hall) just a two minute stroll from the front door you couldn't ask for better. The Parsonage is only a ten min walk up Main Street and there is a spa 10 mins walk down the road and Haworth Moore is just beyond the museum. It was so lovely to spend the day out on the Moores or in the village and then to pop home to this luxurious little hideaway, relax, have a bath and then wonder out for dinner (if we had stayed longer we would have cooked. The kitchen has every pot and utensil you could wish for!). The cottage itself is immaculate! The owners have managed to retain all of the wonderful period features whist providing every modern comfort you could wish for. It's just stunning (and a lot bigger that it looks in the pictures). My husband and I loved the log fire in the evenings and enjoyed preparing long lazy breakfasts in the beautiful kitchen with its double aspect windows overlooking the sweet little garden at the back. The slipper bath is fabulous after a long, cold walk on the Moores (pop into the Old Curiosity Shop at the top of Main Street for some bath salts) and the huge fluffy towels are to die for! The master bedroom has a huge bed which was very comfortable. We didn't use the second bedroom but it looked very sweet with its slaigh bed and double aspect window. The hosts seem to be very sweet people. We arrived to a bottle of cava, some beautiful biscuits, Yorkshire tea and even milk in the fridge! Nothing is too much trouble. They even checked that we were warm enough in the cold weather! Simply fantastic hosts who clearly take pride in what they do. We don't drive but still we felt we had everything we needed right on the doorstep. My only criticism would be that we didn't book for longer! Off to dinner to discuss dates for our next visit! I've stayed in a fair few villas and hotels over the years but I can honestly say that this one has been the best. It's simply perfect. I can't reccomed it enough.- CountryTravelers_9, February 2018
“Amazing cottage .”
Stunning in side owners have thought of everything , finished to a very high standard . Stunning village with loads of parking to the front . Owners are amazing by far the best hosts . Could not do enough for us . Would give them 5 stars , we will defanlty be back for a stay again as this stunning cottage.- Mr Gunning, January 2018
“Amazing cottage lovely finish inside and amazing location.”
owner's are amazing.- Mr Gunning, January 2018
“A warm, cosy cottage to come back to at the end of the day.”
We came to England specially for the National Railway Museum in York. All in good distance from Haworth. Our second day was spent by taking a lovely walk , starting off at the church in Howarth. Returning to Howarth we had coffee and cake at Emma"s. I would definately recommend Mulberry Cottage to anyone who wants to visit Yorkshire. In fact our friends who stayed with us have suggested going back to Yorkshire, but for longer next time.- Mr Dudink, November 2017
“What a lovely, characterful, beautifully decorated, clean and comfortable cottage!”
It truly was a pleasure to stay at Mulberry Cottage and it is extremely well located for all that Howarth has to offer.- Mr Casson, September 2017
“lovely cottage, with great facilities, very comfortable in an excellent location”
Our family of four stayed here for a week, the location was perfect for access to all of Haworths attractions. The original features were lovely and every room was like new. I especially loved the bath which was so nice to relax in after some of the local walks over the moors. The beds were very comfortable and the leather sofa in the lounge was great, we really felt very relaxed in the cottage. As the weather was nice we were able to make use of the back garden for a drink, very nice! The kitchen was brand new I think with every utensil we needed and a lovely table we could all eat around. We have stayed in a number of cottages in Haworth over the years as we visit family nearby but I can honestly say we felt so at home in Mulberry cottage, it's definitely my favourite in Haworth. We shall return next year I hope. I would recommend Mulberry cottage, also a big thank you to Julie the owner who was very friendly and helpful, we also appreciated the welcome pack, especially the wine!- SamHardcastle, July 2017
Mulberry cottage is a stunning cottage in a great location. It has everything you need for a comfortable stay, the kitchen is spacious and is great for self catering everything you need and more. A cosy lounge with comfortable sofa perfect for lounging after a long walk on the moors. Both bedrooms are great sizes with plenty of storage and lovely size beds. The bathroom has an amazing bath perfect for relaxing in!! The garden is lovely, fantastic if you have the weather, a lovely cottage in a quiet location with lots to do on your doorstep. Haworth is a great location for walking, around ten walks starting within the local area, the shops on Main Street are lovely to mooch around in...the chocolate shop is beautiful. The Bronte history at the parsonage is fascinating and the Railway children walk is great fun if you saw the original film. If you like eating out you are spoilt for choice five pubs, bistro and a couple of tea rooms...we can recommend the Old White Lion for Sunday lunch and the Fleece Inn for food...great friendly service all within a five minute walk. Hebden bridge is a beautiful spot and a little further afield Malham village is very pretty with several walks starting in the village. The owners are great hosts nothing is too much trouble and the welcome pack when we arrived was a great start to a fantastic relaxing two week break. Kathy & Sean PS If you like fish and chips visit the one on Sun Street - amazing !- Katharine H, July 2017
“Beautiful cottage in great location.”
..despite no specific parking space was available every day on the doorstep so don't let that out you off :)- Miss Badenoch, July 2017
“I could not find any fault with Mulberry Cottage and it surpassed our expectations.”
Being a regular holidaymaker in Britain who rents cottages I can honestly say that this property is one of the best we have ever stayed in.Everything in the cottage was perfect and it was with a sad heart that we had to leave to come back home.The welcome pack was much appreciated and the note from the owners was a nice touch.We would have no hesitation to recommend this cottage to anyone who likes a nice home from home.- Mr Linton, July 2017
“We enjoyed the Keighley steam train ride.”
Visiting Holmfirth and Saltaire, and of course the Bronte parsonage. Wonderful views of the Yorkshire dales, and the generous home cooked meals in the Fleece Inn in Haworth.- Mrs Harrison, July 2017
“The cottage was very comfortable, well appointed and very quiet.”
We wondered if parking was going to be an issue as we had 2 cars and it was on a first come basis but we always got parked at the door or just next to it so it wasn't an issue. The facilities at the cottage were excellent and as described. We had a couple of meals at the nearby Howarth Old Hall which was just 5mins walking distance and the meals and the ales were excellent although the portions were on the large size. The cottage is a perfect base for visiting the many attractions of West Yorkshire. It was raining one day so we visited the Media Science museum in Bradford and this was very entertaining. This museum is excellent for both adults and families as it puts a huge smile on your face. Nearby Skipton and Ilkley were also very nice. We had a trip on the canal at Skipton and an afternoon tea in Betty's in Ilkley. I would highly recommend this cottage especially if you are a lover of the Bronte's as the Parsonage is a very good visit and is right on the doorstep.- Mr Findlay, July 2017
“Excellent holiday cottage in great location”
We had a wonderful week in this beautiful cottage in a great location. I would highly recommend mulberry cottage and would definately stay again.- NorthStar487806, June 2017
“Mulberry cottage is beautiful.”
A very cosy and comfortable stay in a clean and well equipped cottage. The kitchen has everything (and more) for self catering nothing has been forgotten. Both bedrooms are spacious and the bed very comfortable and plenty of storage space. The bath is amazing a great way to unwind after a long walk on the moors .....and lots of soft fluffy towels ! The lounge is cosy with a wood burner and large sofa the central heating is very efficient should it turn chilly but when the sun shines the garden is beautiful and peaceful. Haworth is a great base for walking around ten walks within a short distance of the cottage. At the top of the hill the church and Bronte parsonage are great to visit lots of great history right on your doorstep. Haworth is a fair trade village the shops are very different and sell a wide range of different products...great for gifts for the neighbours for looking after the cat! Skipton and Hebden Bridge are well worth a visit and a little further up in the dales Malham is a beautiful spot. If self catering is not your thing you are spoilt for choice for places to eat, we can recommend the Old White Lion, Haworth Hall Inn and the Fleece Inn for food and great hospitality. The fish and chip shop just up the road is fantastic, freshly cooked and always busy. Julie and Vince are great hosts nothing is too much trouble, on arrival we found a lovely welcome pack. We will be returning to Mulberry Cottage as it is a great location and a stunning cottage. We had an amazing two week holiday and have recommended it to family and friends. Thanks so much Kathy and Sean (Sidcup, Kent).- Mr Hopkins, June 2017
This charming, stone-built Victorian terraced cottage is situated approx 300 yards from the central cobbled main street of Haworth, in the heart of Bronte Country.
Mulberry Cottage is a wonderful base for families, friends and couples looking to explore the town’s cobbled streets and charming independent shops, as well as venture out into the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.
Fully renovated by the current owners' who have produced a first-class holiday home, restoring much of the original character and many of the original features of the cottage.
The front door opens directly into a bright sitting room with a comfy leather corner sofa, woodburning stove in an original stone fireplace, beautiful feature beams and oak flooring.
The kitchen is well-equipped in a cottage shaker style and has a fully restored York stone floor.
It has a dining area overlooking a private, gravelled garden bordered by a beautiful willow fence, carefully crafted by the owner.
In the summer, the garden is a lovely place to sit and relax with lunch, or a glass of wine.
Upstairs are two pretty bedrooms, including a wonderful master room with a wall-mounted TV and flexible zip/link beds.
The bathroom oozes luxury with a roll-top bath, where you can unwind with a calming bubble bath after a long walk.
Exposed stone walls, stone floors, stripped pine doors and a feature fireplace in the bedroom upstairs all combine to create character that makes you fall in love with Mulberry Cottage, from the moment you walk through the door.
The town of Haworth itself is sure to keep you busy; there are plenty of shops, pubs and places to eat, as well as cobbled streets and alleyways to explore.
Further afield, you can easily visit Skipton, venture into the Dales, or spend the day in Harrogate, and enjoy a spot of afternoon tea at the famous Bettys.
A fabulous holiday home in a popular destination for people of all ages!
- Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double (zip/link, can be twin on request) TV- with Freeview, 1 x king-size double
- Bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower, basin and WC
- Kitchen with dining area
- Sitting room with woodburning stove.
- Gas central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher
- 1x Smart TV with Netflix provided, DVD, MP3, WiFi, hairdryer, selection of books and games
- Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
- Additional fuel for stove available locally
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Travel cot, highchair and stairgate on request
- Roadside parking available in front of the cottage on a first come, first served basis
- Private gravelled garden with furniture and rotary airer
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 3 mins walk
- Note: Steep steps with handrail down to the rear garden, care should be taken. Secure cycle storage available on request
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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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