Choose from one of three beautiful, historic rooms
Now you can share some of that Bronte experience by staying in one of our three unique rooms.
The Earnshaw room boasts a roaring log fire – and a cosy box bed, built to the specifications of the bed Mr Lockwood slept in at Wuthering Heights. And like that bed, it’s built around the famous ‘Cathy window’, where Cathy’s ghost struggled to get in. This bedroom features the window believed to have been the very one Emily describes. En suite is a discreet but very modern bathroom.
The Heaton room is a family room, based around a four-poster doubled bed, with two extra singles, and also features a log fire where you can relax beneath the impressive overarching beams. Again, a thoroughly modern en suite is tucked away behind the 18th-century woodwork.
The Giddings room is a simple double room on the ground floor, for easy access. Mullioned windows overlook the courtyard, original stone flags – warmed by underfloor heating – form the floor, there’s a comfortable kingsize sleigh bed, and en suite bathroom features both bath and shower.