The Black Bull

The Black Bull

Food & Drink

You can’t miss The Black Bull pub in Haworth. This historic, grey stone building sits in a quaint cobbled square at the top of the main street, and it’s part of the village’s history. The pub’s main claim to fame is that fact that it was the favourite watering hole of Patrick Branwell Bronte (the brother of the Bronte sisters), until he died at the age of 31. In fact, fans of all things Bronte can still see the chair that Branwell used to sit in when he visited the pub…

Anyway, The Black Bull has a reputation for its good food and friendly service, and it’s one of those pubs that makes a lovely place to spend time no matter what the season. On a sunny day, it’s the perfect stop off before or after tackling one of the local walks, and in the winter, it’s just a cosy spot to huddle up for a chat and a glass of wine.

The menu’s packed with home-cooked meals, and the traditional ales available mean there’s plenty of choice when it comes to choosing a tipple. The pub’s family friendly too, so if you have the kids in tow, it’s a great choice for that family meal between adventures.

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