If you are looking for a night stay-over in the lovely Haworth then look no further than the Fleece Inn. Situated at the bottom of the cobbled street the fleece inn serves up great hospitality, food and drink and is perfectly located for all that Haworth has to offer. We stayed in the Bronte suite and we were very impressed; the room consisted of an extremely comfy bed which was very difficult to leave the following morning! Freeview television, tea and coffee making facilities and a nice bathroom with a shower plus a free taster voucher for 3 Timothy Taylor beers at the bar – a great touch. The Fleece does not have its own car park and very limited parking outside however the lovely barmaid who checked us in gave us a parking permit so we could park for free at the Old Hall Inn which is just around the corner. We also enjoyed a lovely homely meal and a few real ales (This is a Timothy Taylor pub) plus they had delirium red available in bottles (a lovely Belgium fruit beer at 8%!) and a nice selection of malt whiskeys. The cooked breakfast the following morning was cooked to the same high quality as the meal we had the previous evening here, and used local produce – something every B&B / inn should do. If you are visiting Haworth I would also recommend the 7 mile walk to Top withens (the possible inspiration for the Bronte novel – Wuthering Heights) you can get the walking map / directions for this at the tourist information for a bargain 50p. We also visited the Grouse Inn in Oakworth (3 miles away) for an amazing Sunday roast – well worth the effort if in the area!