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Pets At The Hideaway 

We are very lucky in Haworth that all pubs, cafes and shops are dog friendly. Plus lots of lovely walks on the doorstep so I’m sure you’ll all have an excellent stay.  

We love dogs and we understand the importance of your family pet being able to stay. To enable us to keep the Hideaway dog friendly for future guests please follow these 3 basic rules. 


To ensure your pooches have a pawfect stay with us here at Artist Hideaway please read the below before your visit: 


  • Your canine companions should never be left in the Hideaway alone. All pubs, shops and cafes are dog friendly so I’m sure they’ll also enjoy their stay. 

  • Your canine companions must be kept on the lead at all times on lodge street. This is unfortunately shared with the neighbours who have requested this. Please do not let your pet foul on lodge street or wee on the neighbours plants. 

  • For the comfort of other guests who have allergies please do not let your pets on the furniture. We understand that sometimes this is impossible, if so please ensure everything is covered very well before allowing your dog into the Hideaway. 

Taxi Companies 

Bronte Taxis Haworth

01535 644442 

Remember, if you have a pet to enquire first as not all taxis are dog friendly. 


The 'Nest' heating thermostat can be found on the wall next to the sofa.

It is set to come on automatically in the morning and evening but can be manually adjusted by turning the outer ring either left or right for up or down.

Please do not turn off the plug to the thermostat, contact me if you want this turning off completely. 


There are several free on street parking locations around Haworth and a couple of paid off street parking areas. (see map below) Access public paid parking via West Lane 

For unloading and loading please pull into the end of Lodge Street off Main Street 

Parking Locations - Artist Hideaway, Haworth

Emergency Contacts

Nearest Doctors 

Haworth Medical Practice

Heathcliffe Mews

BD22 8DH 

01535 642255 

Nearest Hospital 

Airedale General Hospital

Skipton Road

BD20 6TD
In an emergency Dial 999 and ask for the Ambulance Service 

Nearest Vets 

Gatehouse Veterinary Group

18-22 Mill Hey
BD22 8NQ 

01535 670400 

Nearest Pharmacy 

Day Lewis Pharmacy

21 Mill Hey

BD22 8NQ 

01535 642248 

Food & Drink

The Fleece Inn

(Main Street) 

Traditional Cosy Open Fire pub with good food loved by the locals. Run by Timothy Taylors, it has their full range plus guest beers. Very popular for meals. Dog Friendly


The Black Bull

(Main Street) 

One of the most iconic pubs in Haworth. Known as the favourite drinking haunt of Branwell Bronte and it is said that he still haunts the pub to this day. One of two Bridgehouse Brewery Pubs in Haworth. Serves a selection of their own beers and guest ales. Serves a wide range of food. Dog Friendly


The Kings Arms

(Main Street) 

The second Bridgehouse Brewery Pub in Haworth and has no less of a colourful history, its cellars once also doubling up as the local morgue. Traditional food pub with a selection of their own beers and guest beers. Dog friendly


The Hawthorn

(Main Street) 

A characterful Georgian wood panelled restaurant / bar. Serves traditional food in a relaxed setting as well as a selection of local beers. Dog Friendly. 


Haworth Steam Brewery 

(Main Street)

Opened on the site of the long-standing Snowden Green grocers, it originally brewed its own beer on site. The brewery has since been moved to a larger site but they still have their own selection of beers and Gins. Good Food. Dogs permitted until 6pm only.


The Tap and Tonic

(Main Street) 

The newest edition to Haworth Main Street this recently converted bar serves a selection of beers and gin. 


The Old Sun

(79 West Lane, 5 minutes walk) 

This popular Haworth pub has been recently renovated and now offers a selection of beers and excellent food choices. Dog Friendly 


Haworth Old Hall

(Sun Street, 2 minutes walk) 

One of the oldest buildings in the village dating to 1621 it still retains a lot of its Tudorian Charm with large open fireplaces and Yorkshire stone floors. Dog Friendly in certain areas. Also serves food and has a large outside seating area. 


Industry Barista

(Mill Hey, 10 minutes walk) 

This small drinking establishment describes itself as a lifestyle lounge and it’s a relaxed place to get a local beer or craft ale. Just past the Haworth train station it is well worth a visit. Dog Friendly 


Treehouse Bar & Kitchen

(Oak Street, 10 minutes walk) 

A new bar with balconies overlooking the Haworth Goit. Serves cocktails, hand pulled beers, burgers and pizza’s. Dog allowed at all times except after 5pm on a Friday and Saturday night. 


Artist Hideaway

Lodge Street


BD22 8DA

We are directly above Abrahams Gallery, 83 Main Street. 

50 meters up the road from the gallery door, turn onto Lodge Street, through the gate and to the end of the courtyard, we are in the corner on the left. ​​

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Bus & Rail

Local Buses 

The Bus Stop is located on Sun Street (head down the road to the road adjacent to the Main Street). The stop outside The Old Hall on this side goes to Keighley. The stop on the opposite side outside the Methodist Church goes to Hebden Bridge. 

The bus going in both directions is the B3. The buses are hourly. Bus to Hebden Bridge finishes about 6pm each day but the bus between Oxenhope (via Haworth) and Keighley run up until approximately 10pm. 

It takes 15 minutes to get to Keighley and 25 minutes to get to Hebden Bridge. 

Local Trains 

Haworth only has a Steam Railway run by Keighley Worth Valley Railway. As well as a fun day out, this service can be used to travel between Keighley and Haworth on a journey-by- journey basis. 

Keighley has a train station located in the town centre (BD21 4HP) The Keighley Worth Valley Steam train also uses this same station Trains go to Leeds, Bradford, Skipton and Carlisle 

Check out for all the timetables and fare prices. 


The TV has an Amazon Fire Stick installed.

Make sure the source is set on the TV to HDMI 1 and the fire stick will be there.


You can then connect, log into your Netflix and Amazon Prime accounts, so you can keep track of that series that has you hooked whilst you are away. 


Please put all used utensils and cutlery etc in the dishwasher before leaving then please set the dishwasher to eco wash using one dishwasher tablet (located under the sink).

Please rinse off plates etc before placing in the dishwasher.

Please do not open the dishwasher mid cycle as the steam will set off the fire alarm. 

Local & Tourist information

The Artist Hideaway is located in the centre of the historic town of Haworth off Main Street. 

Hebden Bridge 

(8.2 miles, 18 minute drive) 

Hebden Bridge’s high street is completely devoid of chain stores. Instead, you’ll find a welcome array of independent shops touting everything from wool to records. Buying local is a way of life here, and it’s a refreshing change from your usual high street littered with the same old shops. 


(8.2 miles, 23 minute drive) 



Saltaire takes its name from its founder, Sir Titus Salt and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Thanks to its preservation as a model village, in 2001 Saltaire was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
There are many reasons why you should visit Saltaire from the spectacular architecture as you wander around the village, to the independent shops and restaurants scattered around the village. There is world class art on display at Salts Mill with one of the largest collections of David Hockney’s, and all surrounded by countryside and moors 

Shibden Park 

Godley Lane,Halifax. HX3 6XG. (11.1 miles, 25 mins drive) 

Shibden Estate is one of West Yorkshire's most important heritage sites. It is a jewel in the crown of Calderdale's cultural resources. 

Explore Shibden's beautifully restored grounds. These were commissioned by Anne Lister and influenced by the picturesque landscape movement of the early 19th century. 

Shibden Hall is the focus of the BBC drama series written by Sally Wainwright, 'Gentleman Jack' exploring the life of Anne Lister (1791 - 1840) and those who lived in the Hall and Estate. The series, entitled 'Gentleman Jack' aired on the BBC from the 19th May and also on HBO in 2019. Shibden Hall dates back to 1420 and offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives of the people who lived and worked here, including the noted diarist Anne Lister (1791 - 1840). 


Piece Hall

(Halifax centre) 

1 Blackledge, Halifax HX1 1AF (10.8 miles, 25 minutes drive) 

The Grade I listed Piece Hall, Halifax is a rare and precious thing, an architectural and cultural phenomenon which is absolutely unique. It is the sole survivor of the great eighteenth century northern cloth halls, a class of buildings which embodied the vital and dominant importance of the trade in hand woven textiles to the pre-industrial economy of the West Riding of Yorkshire, from the Middle Ages through to the early nineteenth century. 

Dating from 1779, when it was built as a Cloth Hall for the trading of ‘pieces’ of cloth (a 30 yard length of woven woollen fabric produced on a handloom), The Piece Hall was the most ambitious and prestigious of its type and now stands in splendid isolation as the only remaining example. It is one of Britain’s most outstanding Georgian buildings. 

This sprawling 18th-century cloth hall now houses history exhibits, shops, bars & restaurants. 


(15 miles, 38 minutes drive) 


Wander around quaint cobbled streets. Browse independent shops: antiques, unique gifts, art, jewellery and lots more. Wash down with award-winning pork pies with real ale in one of the many historic pubs. Picnic by the riverside. Hike to the top of The Chevin for a breath- taking view across the Wharfedale valley. Bring your bike and cycle in the tracks of the Tour de Yorkshire. 


(15.5 miles, 38 minutes drive) 


The picturesque town of Ilkley is situated in the Wharfe Valley, at the southern end of the Yorkshire Dales. The former spa town rose to fame in the nineteenth century when thousands visited for the fresh invigorating air and first class hotels. The town may no longer be a premier health resort but it is still renowned for its fresh air, moorland and beautiful countryside with a selection of quality accommodation. 

Ilkley is the ideal place to relax and treat yourself. There are excellent restaurants and independent shops selling everything from gifts to vintage clothes and books. Enjoy afternoon tea at the famous Bettys Cafe and Tea Rooms or enjoy one of the many events which take place throughout the year. 



(24 miles, 1 hour drive) 


Sitting in the heart of the breath-taking Holme Valley, this picture-postcard town is popular with walkers and wildlife lovers alike. Holmfirth is the renowned location of the TV classic Last of the Summer Wine. 



(26 miles, 1 hour drive) 


Victorian spa town and rural district that contains the medieval city of Ripon, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and four charming but very different market towns; Boroughbridge, Knaresborough, Masham and Pateley Bridge 

In the heart of Yorkshire this is your perfect base for a day, a weekend or a week. Indulge your passions and your senses and visit the Harrogate area for a memorable break. With such a varied range of events in Harrogate you will find there is always something taking place to capture your interest.


(50 miles, 1 hour 25 minutes drive) 

A place of extraordinary cultural and historical wealth, this beautifully preserved medieval city is a must-visit for history buffs.
York at a glance
Like stepping back into the middle ages, the overhanging timber-framed houses and traditional shopfronts of The Shambles makes it one of the UK’s most historic (and picturesque) streets. 

You can’t miss York Minster, one of the largest cathedrals in Northern Europe and also one of the most beautiful gothic cathedrals in the world.
York – then called Jorvik – was once the capital of a Viking territory. You can head back in time to learn more and experience the sights, sounds and smells of the time at the immersive Jorvik Viking Centre. 

Uncover 300 years of railway history, climb aboard restored locomotives and browse some of the 1 million train-related artefacts at the National Railway Museum.

The surrounding area is packed with unique attractions. Explore Castle Howard, one of England’s most impressive stately homes, or marvel at the weird and wonderful Brimham Rocks, an amazing collection of wind-weathered rock formations. 

Checking In & Out

Check In Time

Check in is available from 15:00, this usually can be done earlier, if so I will message you. 

Check in is via key lockbox on left side of door frame (I will send the code via email)


Check Out Time

Check out time is 10am (the cleaner is booked for 10am so this allows for an earlier guest check in).

Please put the keys back into the lockbox when leaving. We kindly ask you to the leave the home in the same condition that you arrived. 

  • Put dirty kitchenware in the dishwasher

  • Put the bed linen and used towels into the laundry bag 

  • Leave the apartment tidy

  • If the property needs a deep clean after you have gone there will be a £100 fee to cover the additional cleaning. 

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