Once a Roman signalling station, Saltburn-by-the-Sea is now a delightful seaside town which was also once a prime location for smuggling on this coastline. At Saltburn, there is over a mile of curving, golden sands and rugged sea cliffs providing breath-taking views. The town annually hosts one of the UK's biggest surf competitions which is very popular. The Pier is the most northerly surviving pier in Britain, and one of the most famous of Saltburn's sights is water-balanced Cliff Lift, which opened in 1884 and is the oldest in Britain. Another historic attraction is The Smugglers' Heritage Centre. Those who enjoy outdoor entertainments can visit the Saltburn Valley Gardens and Woodland Centre.
Type: Boutique Hotel
Rooms: 30 En-suite
Rooms: Superior, Classic, Family
Type: Guest House
Rooms: 2 Single, 2 Double