Village, free entry
Robin Hoods Bay,
The old village of Robin Hood's Bay is a magnet for visitors. The village road runs steeply down to the very edge of the rocky shore and there are intriguing alleyways weaving between tightly-packed cottages and houses. Among the rocky shoreline are sea water pools with abundant marine life. Village also has public toilets, picnic area, Tourist Information Point,
takeaway, restaurants, cafe and tea shops, general stores and gift shops, public houses serving bar meals, public telephone box, church and post office.
Facilities include, public toilets, picnic area, youth hostel, takeaway, restaurant, cafe/tea shop, general store/shop, public house serving bar meals, public house and a public telephone box. There is also a regular bus service to and from Whitby and Scarborough.
Church Post Office
The village also offers a great selection of local eateries and public houses, quaint little shops and galleries.
Open all the time
Please contact business.
NZ 953048 54.42970 -0.53245
Robin Hood's Bay is 8 miles south of Whitby off the A171. Follow signs for Robin Hood's Bay from A171 road between Whitby and Scarborough.
Arriva bus between Scarborough and Middlesbrough stops at Robin Hood's Bay.
Please check website for current timetable. www.arrivabus.co.uk
: 8 miles from Whitby station