These are the Yorkshire moors where the ghosts of Catherine and Heathcliff roam; You hear their laments on the wind and you feel their icy breaths on your cheek as they creep under your coat to nestle against your skin, to steal all of your life-giving warmth. 381 more words
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If you’re looking for your next staycation destination, I’d suggest Haworth – a charming, oldy-worldy village in West Yorkshire. I visited Haworth, which is most famous as the home of the Bronte sister writers, a lot as a kid and I went back for the first time in years last weekend, enjoying it just as much as I did when I was little. 892 more words
High up on the Pennines above Haworth is the ruin of an abandoned farm house, known as Top Withens. It’s long been rumoured to have been the location Emily Brontë had in mind when she wrote Wuthering Heights, because of its remote location and the obvious similarity in name. 550 more words
Metal sign outside the Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth, West Yorkshire.
Haworth Parsonage: the lifelong home of the Brontë family opened as a museum in 1928. … 604 more words
Right down the round from Lemonjello’s lives the infamous JP’s Coffee and Espresso Bar in downtown Holland. I came to JP’s on a cold and rainy summer’s day during the Tulip Festival in order to calm my chills. 396 more words