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 …

The Hawthorn: Barraclough’s house in Haworth

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During our latest journey to Haworth we spotted a new place we had never seen before. It’s The Hawthorn, a very special gastropub. Why special? Well, beacuse of course it’s somehow related to the Brontës. Here’s why.

“Literary Landscapes”at Penistone Hill- Our Walk To Top Withens

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This Summer, on our usual walk to Top Withens – one of the literary landscapes we love the most – we found some amazing sculptures half buried in the wild moors. They were huge books, scattered on the green grass as if they were meteorites just fallen from the sky. The view was extremely suggestive, and very much …

Our Walk To Ponden Kirk, In The Footsteps Of Emily Brontë

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Would you like to walk with us up to Ponden Kirk today? Here you can find our article about one of the most amazing walks on the moors ever- and this very article you can find in our book E sognai di Cime Tempestose also.

Ponden Hall and the Heaton family

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  During one of our fist trips to Brontë Country we reached one of the places that best represent Wuthering Heights for all Brontë lovers: Ponden Hall. It is an old farm built in gritstone that, according to tradition, inspired Emily for the creation of the main houses in her novel. But which of the two …