Posts Tagged ‘Haworth’

Haworth is fast becoming one of my favourite places to be, having spent a couple of weekends there recently.

Im in love with the steam train that transports you to this amazing cobbled street village, and how there’s something new to see each time I’m there.

Im in love with the cute little shops and the amazing pottery cafe – Cobbles and Clay, where all the staff wear brightly coloured aprons and the best hazelnut latte ever is made, in fact just the best cup of coffee!!

I’m also fast discovering that there are a couple of local cats who seem to be known by all, and enjoy and a good laze around in various places in the village, including Oscar pictured above who enjoyed sharing a sandwich, and the lovely black and white cat who was sunning himself in the door way of Daisy Days

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I spent an amazing day in the heart of Bronte country- travelling by steam train, browsing round vintage shops and walking up very steap hills!

The majority of the day was spent in Haworth arriving at lunchtime and starting the day in a lovely little art cafe where not only did they serve great food, you could also paint up your own piece of pottery.

Second stop of the day, oh la la vintage – the first of the vintage shops – features a painted old bike outside and two floors of vintage goodies, which were great to rummage through. Further on up the hill is The Rose and Co Apothecary – which is like a museum – absolutely amazing to see all the big containers of powdered milk bath, vintage perfumes and big glass jars of sweets.  Theres three more vintage shops, as you follow the bunting  down the hill, Notorious Vintage, Poison Ivy Vintage and The Sue Ryder charity shop which has a dedicated vintage floor upstairs.

Places to visit –

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