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Reviewed August 25, 2010

It was really a breath of fresh air arriving to Haworth Old Inn after a hectic 5 days in chaotic London. We loved our room which was very clean and set up beautifully especially the lovely b'fast area!!! The breakfast was abundant and great and it kept us going nearly throughout all the day. After a whole day touring Yorkshire it was lovely getting into our room for a quick shower and go down to the pub for a traditional pub dinner and real beer. The staff were great and helpful. When we asked for our 3 yr old favourite plate of pasta which wasn't on the menu, they were happy to make it for us.

The Yorkshire dales are a lovely experience and having our 'base' in Haworth was a very good idea. I'm sure that one day or another we will return to the Dales and I'm almost sure that I'll book again at the Haworth Old Inn.

Date of stay: July 2010
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Thank herbug78
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Reviewed February 24, 2010

We thought we'd try Haworth Old Hall for a short mid-week break.

A very basic, yet comfortable room. Not the cleanliest we've stayed in though. The option to have breakfast in your room was a nice touch. However, we were disappointed that the room was not serviced on a daily basis, yet they came and cleared the breakfast dishes away. Although we tidied the bed, no one came to make it up; fluff on the bathroom floor remained there from the moment we arrived to the day we left - an indication that the floor wasn't even vacuumed, and the beverage tray wasn't replenished - all of which you would expect even in a bed and breakfast. The corridor outside the room which led to the landlord's residential area had an offensive musty/doggie smell. Thankfully this didn't emanate into our room. Obviously being situated above a pub, you could hear the noise below but we didn't find this a problem and the bar soon emptied after last orders, leaving us to sleep in peace.

The bar and restaurant had an rustic charm and offered a good selection of real ales. The blazing log fire was very welcoming after a walk along the snowy moors. We couldn't fault the food and it was excellent value for money. However, although the waitresses were very friendly, they were not all conversant with the various offers. We took advantage of the £99 bed and breakfast offer which included a bottle of wine if you dined in the restaurant. Unfortunately, we only noticed when we arrived home and checked the bill again that we had actually been charged for a bottle of wine on one of the nights we dined there.

Despite the lack of basic standards and cleanliness you would expect to find in a bed and breakfast or hotel, we would recommend Haworth Old Hall and look forward to staying again in the near future.

Date of stay: February 2010
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Angie_n_Lee
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Reviewed August 19, 2009

It was our anniversary weekend. The room was lovely, and had a lovely window area where we could have our breakfast in our room and look out over the garden. Breakfast didnt start till 9.30am - could be up till 11.00am!! what a treat..... lovely touch of bathrobes and spare toiletries (f.o.c.) fluffy towels and hot chocolate! even bottled water in room each day too. Excellent value for money. Food excellent too and friendly atmosphere with friendly helpful staff. We had excellent weather too for walking so we were really lucky. We had a lovely weekend. Chaplins restaurant was lovely too!

Date of stay: August 2009
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Thank Helvellyn2009
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Reviewed March 19, 2009

In Short, the rooms were well equipped and were more than we expected from a room in a pub and the downstairs of the pub had a good atmosphere and served a good pint.

On one of the evenings we ate there, and I was delighted to see rabbit on the menu, which in all had a good variety of decent pub food. The food wasn't overly expensive with a couple of main course meals under £10, but I wouldn't say it was cheap. We had good service from the cheery waitress, and the fireplace was a welcome feature to dry us off from the weathering we had endured walking that day.

I was surprised to see all the negative comments in the other review, but we heard that the pub recently had a change of management. Indeed, we could hear the people downstairs when it was busy, but it wasn't a big problem and it didn't prevent us from sleeping easily in the comfortable bed.

Also, we noticed that they had obtained a 5 star health rating which was of course a good reassurance!

We are planning to stay here again for the 1940's weekend next year, we haven't been before, but it seems good fun.

If you are up in this area, you should definitely consider staying in this inn.

Date of stay: February 2009
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Thank FarTraveller42
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Reviewed September 6, 2008

This pub really does tick all of the boxes when searching for an idyllic place to stay and experience the lovely North Yorkshire village of Haworth. 16th century with lots of character. We had high expectations, lots of walking, a cosy, warm and friendly Inn and good food.

As with so many pub's renting rooms our arrival was not warmly welcomed as punters got served in the bar. Downstairs is lovely but the bar was already part full and quite noisy with the music pounding out.

When we were taken to our room it was directly next to the landlords family accommodation on the first floor, with all that you'd expect, childrens bikes, furniture, laundry. Their door was wide open and the normal sounds of a family evident. No problem there but we could have had that if we'd stayed at home. It was just an indication of the problems we'd encounter. As the afternoon wore on it became obvious that that was the start of a birthday bash that was to go on into the early hours of the night. Despite the afternoon noise no one came to explain or apologise. Certainly not a good idea when renting rooms over the duration of the party!

We couldn't rest in the mid afternoon for the pounding music in the bar and kids running up and won the corridor and knocking on doors, perhaps kids from the party. Our evening meal was very overpriced, both resembling noodled dishes, the prime fillet of beef had so much gristle in it I had to go to the toilet to pick it out of my teeth. Slow food service too.

We had a lovely time in the village of Haworth, but when we got back the Old Hall was obviously THE busiest (but not nicest) pub in Haworth, packed to the gills and with the odd fight thrown in for the bargain. The dettol smelling bar toilet also wafted upstairs to our room. Our room, being directly above the bar meant we had a restless sleep as the loud juke box music went on until 1am. To top it all we were awoken at approximately 5am when a young boy from the party was crying and distressed as he'd been locked out of the landlords flat. No one from the landlords flat came out to him. My wife went out to him and spent many minutes trying to console the boy, knocking for ages on the ladlords door, eventually a slurred woman let him in with barely a thankyou. The next morning, the landlord listened to our sorry tale and perhaps due to his headache seemed indifferent to our complaints, reluctantly offering a £20 deduction for our troubles. He declined to give us a full refund. Never again will we stay in such a dreadful Inn, the experience so vivid that even now after many months I feel compelled to write about our experience.

Date of stay: September 2007
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hawortholdhall, Manager at Haworth Old Hall Inn, responded to this reviewResponded April 30, 2009

This review was made under previous management.
Significant changes have been made under new management as evident in more recent reviews.

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