Ashmount Country House - Yorkshire

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Yorkshire B&B in the heart of Brontë country

Decadent hot tub soaks are the name of the game at this welcoming Victorian house by the Yorkshire moors in the village of Haworth – home of the famous Brontë sisters.

Come Here For...
  • Affordable luxury in Brontë country.
  • Private outdoor hot tubs for turning up the heat.
  • Walks on the Yorkshire moors.

Hit the spot
In the Brontë village of Haworth – 20 miles from Leeds.

Good to know
The hot tub suites fill up fast – do book well ahead. Ashmount Country House does not take one-night bookings on a Saturday.

Essential info
Check in
15:00
Checkout
10.30. Optional GBP 15 supplement payable for Midday checkout.
Minimum Stay
Two nights at weekends
Closed
Open all year
Parking
There is free guest parking.
Airport
Leeds-Bradford – 25 miles
Train
Keighley station – 3.5 miles
Pets
No
Children
Ashmount is strictly for grown-ups only.
Location
Mytholmes Lane, Haworth, Skipton, Yorkshire, BD22 8EZ, United Kingdom

Bedtime

Bedrooms
Ten rooms, one suite

Special features
Comfortably furnished rooms come with a top of the range CD player and wi-fi . Five have private outdoor hot tubs, and some have four posters and iPod docks. 

Pillow Talk

Pillow Talk
The Sanctuary Spa, Serenity Spa and Secret Garden rooms have a patio complete with outdoor hot tub and the Honey Pot has a huge whirlpool bath. Sanctuary spa also has a whirlpool bath and the Serenity Spa an infra red sauna.

 

Eat & Drink

Dining in

Available for Afternoon Tea and Breakfast. Whether you go for the veggie option or the full Yorkshire, breakfast in the light and bright breakfast room is de-lish. Fuel up for a day on the moors with free range eggs, home cured bacon, local black pudding and lots more.

Breakfast
Breakfast is served until 10:00 – brought to your room if you prefer. Champagne optional!

Room service
Yes – morning and evening.

Activities

See & Do
You’re just a couple of minutes from Haworth’s cobbled high street and the Brontë family parsonage. This now a fascinating museum dedicated to the family’s life and times.

Wander through the B&B's gardens with their statuary and cherubs, and walk on the wild moors of Wuthering Heights – the views from the top of craggy Top Withens will (literally) blow you away. Once you’ve had your fill of rugged Heathcliffe country, ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley steam railway through scenic countryside, or explore Skipton Castle and the Yorkshire sculpture park.

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