Whether you're walking the cobbles or stomping the moors, it's always good to know there's a wide range of eateries to refresh your adventuring spirit. And you can literally take your pick in Haworth. Tea shops, cafes, inns and quirky restaurants can be found on Main Street and it's just a short walk to a myriad of English, Chinese, Indian and Italian delights that lie beyond.
There's a taste of both old and new in Haworth. Sample a Yorkshire parkin in a ye olde tea shop or pop into the old fashioned sweet shop at the top of Main Street and get nostalgic over jars of liquorice humbugs, coconut mushrooms and sherbet pips.
Follow in the footsteps of Patrick Branwell Brontë and sample the traditional ales at The Black Bull. But if you like lazy summer afternoons in a friendly beer garden, it's got to be Haworth Old Hall. Many a visitor has been drawn towards the laughter and chatter that surrounds this 16th century building and in winter there's no better place to warm your cockles than beside their roaring open fire.