In The Footsteps Of Anne Brontë: The Grand Scarborough Hotel

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When you think of the Brontë sisters, what immediately comes to mind is the bright green grass on the moors. But there’s another kind of landscape that can be surprisingly linked to Anne: the sea. Anne’s mother was born in Cornwall and there seem to be some connections with pirates on that side of the …

In the footsteps of Anne Brontë- Visiting York

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In 2016 we left on a memorable trip in the footsteps of Anne Brontë. Our stays in Yorkshire are usually very short and we’re always on a very tight schedule, busy with meetings and excursions. In that year, however, we needed to plunge into our Brontë researches for more than just a weekend, and decided …

Anne Brontë: the errors on the gravestone and birth certificate

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In 2016 during one of our journeys to Haworth we headed north, reached lovely York and then went to Scarborough, in the footsteps of Anne Brontë. As a matter of fact, after spending some days in the village were the Brontë sisters lived, we left the wuthering heights behind us, took a train and headed towards …

Stone Gappe: in Charlotte Brontë’s footsteps

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On this very special day we would like to remember Charlotte Brontë by telling you about one of our journeys to Brontë Country which led us to a place strictly connected to her. Last year, in fact, we went on a walk to Lothersdale and learnt some interesting information about that village and Stone Gappe …

Margaret Hartley, her connection to Martha Brown and her lovely shop in Haworth

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During one of our latest journeys to Haworth we found out something we didn’t know and we met someone who is apparently very close to the Brontë family. Does the name Margaret Hartley say anything to you? What if we tell you that inside her shop in Haworth there is the original wooden counter which once …