Ilkley is a former Victorian spa town surrounded by beautiful countryside, including Middleton Woods, and the town is the start of the Dales Way.It has excellent restaurants, pubs and cafes, including the famous Bettys Cafe and Tea Rooms as well as the Michelin-starred Box Tree.
Stroll around medieval Nantwich, visit the lively market town of Knutsford for independent shops and quirky architecture, delve into Macclesfield to discover its rich textile heritage.
Many of the best walks in West Yorkshire take in some of Bradford district's most famous landmarks.
Ilkley Moor has breathtaking views and is home to the Swastika Stone, one of the many rocks there with prehistoric carvings.
There are lots of other Bronte connections throughout the village and there are a range of guided walks provided by local expert Johnnie Briggs (The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway links Keighley to Oxenhope and includes Haworth in its six stops.
The railway has lots to offer, including a variety of events, with Pullman dining cars, a beer and music weekend and Christmas events.