Julie & Stephen Hargreaves extend a warm welcome to all guests

Springfield Guest House is a large Victorian house built in 1874. It boasts a period dining room, separate lounge and all of the rooms are beautifully and elegantly furnished.

The house is set in its own private grounds and includes a summer house as well as being walking distance from Haworth - Home of the Bronte Sisters. The period dining room offers traditional home cooked Yorkshire food and a full English breakfast which sets one up for the day.

    Secure garage for all bikes
    Plenty of field walks available from the front door
    5 minuets walk to Oxenhope railway station
    Afternoon tea served on the lawn if required

Evening meals are served with wine and afternoon teas and packed lunches can also be provided. There is off road parking and central heating throughout. We are within easy reach of Bradford, Skipton and Calderdale.

As well as being land of the Bronte Sisters The Worth Valley Railway nearby was used in the film "The Railway Children."