Robin Hood's Bay is a delightful old fishing village on the coast of North Yorkshire. It is now a magnet for tourists from all over the UK and further afield with many people returning to Bay year after year. It has many unique features, not least the web of passageways and tiny squares that people of all ages love to explore. The beach is a delight throughout the year and was judged to be one of the best 25 beaches in the world by the influential Passport magazine - you can see what they thought of it on the link below. The village has a lovely smattering of independent pubs, cafes, restaurants and shops all of which will welcome you with open arms.
Step back in time and enjoy what Bay has to offer any time of the year.