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.
Please note: Ashmount Country House operates a minimum 2 night stay policy on weekends
ONLY The Hideaway and The Retreat permit one night stays on Saturday nights
- 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.
Checkout10.30. Optional GBP 15 supplement payable for Midday checkout.
ClosedOpen all year
ParkingThere is free guest parking.
AirportLeeds-Bradford – 25 miles
TrainKeighley station – 3.5 miles
ChildrenAshmount is strictly for grown-ups only.
LocationMytholmes Lane, Haworth, Keighley, Yorkshire, BD22 8EZ, United Kingdom
12 rooms. 5 Hot tub suites
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.
5 hot tub rooms to choose from and the Honey Pot has a huge whirlpool bath. Sanctuary spa also has a whirlpool bath.
Eat & Drink
Served from 8.30am daily, our Award winning breakfasts will set you up for the day ahead. From a full Traditional Yorkshire or Vegetarian, plus lighter options of Loch Fyne Smoked Salmon, Fresh fruits or home baked croissants.
Served at 1pm Monday-Friday and 1pm and 3pm sittings Saturday and Sunday. Spoil yourself and enjoy a selection of freshly prepared sandwiches, tempting homemade cakes and pastries, plus a choice of Teas, Coffee or Infusions.
Open every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
From the 5th November we will be serving a set 2 and 3 course Sunday Lunch from 1230pm until 130pm.
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.