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Robin Hood’s Bay

Circular Walk From Robin Hood's Bay to Bay Ness via The Cinder Track and The Cleveland Way

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January

Circular Walk From Robin Hood's Bay to Bay Ness via The Cinder Track and The Cleveland Way

This walk takes around 2 hours to complete, at a leisurely pace. As the terrain can be quite hard-going in places - especially if it’s rained recently. It’s about 5km in length, or 3.5 miles. There are plenty of things to see, and some amazing views of the coastline. I think it’s best walked clockwise - as described below. However, there’s no reason not to tackle it the other way around.

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  • Jack Barber
Best Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation in Robin Hood's Bay

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October

Best Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation in Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hood’s Bay is a persistently popular holiday destination. And it’s easy to see why! You’ll find its ancient alleyways, rugged beach and shops, cafes and galleries irrestistable. Robin Hood’s Bay is a great location for a short break or a longer holiday. Once the home of smugglers and seafarers, visiting Robin Hood’s Bay feels like stepping back in time. Perhaps you love bracing walks along wind-swept cliff tops. Or maybe you’d prefer to sit in a cosy pub enjoying a local beer. Whatever your reason for visiting, Robin Hood’s Bay has something for everyone. including some fantastic self-catering accommodation.

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  • Esgrid Sikahall