Welcome To The Fleece
QUALITY REAL ALES & GREAT FOOD Set Within the Bronte Country
Haworth is the epitome of Emily Brontë’s legendary Wuthering Heights. There’s an enchanting mystique to the wild and rugged moors that surround this beautiful village – you can practically hear the echoes of Catherine and Heathcliffe around every cobbled and heather strewn corner. Prepare to fall in love with Haworth and its living, breathing past. For beer enthusiasts, The Fleece Inn is Haworth’s go-to destination. The sight of a rank of gleaming pumps on the bar, displaying Timothy Taylor’s beers, is a stirring sight. Explore our website, and we hope to see you soon!
Using locally Sourced Ingredients
Food at the Fleece is crafted and served with a passion for great taste and presentation. Our menu aims to cater for all palettes and you can be sure that only the best produce ends up on your plate. Click the link below to open our menus and get in touch to reserve a table and make a booking – we often get busy!
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Yorkshire’s Finest Thirst Quenching Ales
Timothy Taylor’s prize-winning Yorkshire Beers and Ales are brewed in Keighley. The main brands are Landlord, Golden Best and Best Bitter (now Boltmaker) – all award winning cask ales. We always have the Ram Tam on, and in winter the Dark Mild too. Sometimes we’ll have a guest ale but not often as we already have the best!
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Spend Some Time In Bronte Country
Discover what life is like in a true Yorkshire village with a stay at The Fleece Inn. Set on Haworth’s historic main street, our friendly inn offers good old Yorkshire hospitality in the form of cosy guest rooms, hearty local fare and some of the best ales from the around the region. Haworth is well-known as the former home town of the famous Bronte sisters, and once upon a time Branwell, their brother, used to drink in this very spot – although some say he still does!
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Well Loved Events Throughout The Year
Haworth is host to a number of events throughout the year. Most tourists are here for the Brontës. The Parsonage, now a fascinating museum, is where Charlotte, Emily, Anne and their ill-starred brother, Branwell, lived. That is at the very top of the hill, behind the church. Other visitors, however, are fans of the 1970 film The Railway Children. They head for Haworth railway station, which is at the bottom of the village.
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