Robin Hood's Bay


Hotels, B&B's and Self Catering in Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hood's Bay is a much-loved village and historic fishing community, which was once a centre for smuggling. It starts high up on the cliff and travels steeply down to the beach, with alleyways and side streets leading off the main street. The beach is family-friendly and great for the fossil hunter! The town is the eastern end of Alfred Wainwright’s 190-mile Coast to Coast Walk, and is a popular stopping-off point for those walking the Cleveland Way. There’s lots going on, with great cafes and shops, music events and festivals, and in December, a popular Victorian Christmas Weekend. Robin Hood’s Bay has a strong literary heritage too – writer Leo Walmsley grew up there, and his Bramblewick series is set in the town.


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