The Hawthorn is a Georgian gem in the heart of Haworth, packed full of period features offering a relaxed environment to unwind with friends and family. This warm and appealing gastropub has been renovated throughout to showcase an array of local antiques including a stunning array of Barraclough clocks, homage to John Barraclough himself, Clockmaker to the Brontes, who used to live in this very building in the Georgian era.
Downstairs has a cosy Georgian tavern atmosphere with its roaring log fire and Georgian wooden panelling, whilst upstairs is more elegant with its high ceilings and Georgian windows looking out onto the iconic cobbled main street. We also have a separate Private Dining Room with its own exclusive bar available for bookings.
We serve only food made using the freshest seasonal British produce and our menu changes through the weeks to reflect this. All our meat is sourced direct from small farms across the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District and our fish is freshly delivered from our fishmonger in Hartlepool.
We have a custom-made Josper charcoal grill which is the hottest indoor grill available and used by the best restaurants in the country. Cooking on the Josper ensures none of the natural moisture or flavour escapes from the food, whilst at the same time adding the distinct chargrilled taste.
Parking is availiable at The Bronte Parsonage Museum car park a short stroll up the street, or alternatively at Weavers Hill car park, a short stroll down the street.
Whether joining us for food or just stopping by for a drink, The Hawthorn provides the perfect location to relax and unwind in the very centre of Haworth’s Bronte village.