Brook House Bed and Breakfast is a fine Georgian property nestling in the heart of Bronte country just a short distance from Haworth, between Halifax and Bradford, amidst open countryside in the Pennines of West Yorkshire. With five*, hotel standard, luxury accommodation, our boutique bed and breakfast at Ogden Water is the perfect place in which to relax and embrace a true Yorkshire experience, particularly for those inspired by the BBC's To Walk Invisible who wish to discover more. Featured in Yorkshire Life, The New York Times and 25 Beautiful Homes, we overlook the dramatic moors so beloved by Patrick Bronte and his four children Charlotte, Branwell, Emily and Anne.
Brook House Bed and Breakfast offers en-suite or private bathrooms with beautifully appointed rooms and gardens in which to soak up our tranquil surroundings. Relax in our gracious drawing room and take breakfast in our calming dining room with it's Mousey Thomson furniture. Then enjoy the abundant wildlife and wonderful walks right on our doorstep.
Your host, Chris Sutcliffe and his wife Christa Ackroyd, invite you to share with them their passion for this stunning part of what is known as God's Own County.
An array of Pennine hilltop towns and villages are just a short journey away including Haworth, the world heritage site of Saltaire, Hebden Bridge, Heptonstall and Last of the Summer Wine’s Holmfirth and the historic steam railway made famous in the Railway Children, The Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, is ten minutes away. .
Yorkshire’s historic capital, York, is only an hour away while Harrogate, Leeds,Otley, Ilkey and the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton, are even closer. Visit the Duke of Devonshire’s estate at Bolton Abbey or travel to the market town of Grassington.
GUESTS COMMENTS:"Better than a five star hotel" " Wonderful house wonderful decor" "Thankyou for enhancing our Bronte Experience" " Best stay ever had away from home . "What a hidden gem" "Perfect"