Joanna Lumley Visits Whitby in New ITV Travel Series
In a new TV series for ITV, Joanna Lumley is visiting locations spanning the length and breadth of the UK. The first eposide of the show, called ‘Joanna Lumley’s Home Sweet Home - Travels in My Own Land’, will be broadcast on ITV from 8pm on Tuesday 2nd February.
A Circular Walk from Whitby to Hawsker along the Cinder Track, Returning via Whitby Abbey
This walk is about 6 miles long and will take around 2 hours to complete. It’s half on the Cinder Track, which is relatively flat and accessible but can be muddy in places. The return leg is along the road between Hawsker and Whitby Abbey. It’s a quiet lane generally, but you’ll need to watch out for cars.
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.
Walking in Mulgrave Woods
Mulgrave woods is privately-owned woodland near Sandsend. It runs inland, running along the valley which lies below the village of Lythe. The woodland is owned and managed by Muglrave Estate. They have created a network of footpaths and trails within the woods. These paths provide plenty of options for walks - from a leisurely amble to a lengthier circular walk.
A Circular Walk From Whitby Whalebones to Ruswarp
This circular walk is around 4.5 miles in length, and takes about 1 1/2 hours to complete. It is partly on urban footpaths, and partly on a footpath which follows the railway line. It’s quite easy going, but because of the footpath section is not suitable for prams, or bikes.
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.
Staying COVID-Safe when Visiting Whitby
Despite being in the midst of a global pandemic, there are still many people looking to get away for a day or two after months of lockdown. COVID-19 may still be looming large over the travel and tourism industry, but it’s fair to say that it hasn’t dampened many people’s appetite for travelling to the coast.
Best Value Fish and Chip Take-Aways in Whitby
A day out in Whitby wouldn’t be complete without fish and chips. And visitors to this beautiful part of the North Yorkshire coast are spoilt for choice when it comes to fish suppers! Whether you’ve been down on the beach building sandcastles and paddling in the sea, walking the Cleveland Way or exploring the town’s shops and small businesses, take-away fish and chips are guaranteed to hit the spot.
A Circular Walk Through Newholm and Sandsend
This is a lovely circular walk. It’s about 5 miles in total, but could be shortened either by taking a more direct route back towards Whitby from Raithwaite Estate, or by getting the bus back from Sandsend.
How Whitby's Holiday Property Owners Are Adapting To The 'New Normal'
As the Coronavirus lockdown begins to lift, Whitby’s holiday property owners are establishing new ways of working. In order to keep visitors and cleaning staff safe, Whitby’s holiday cottage and apartment industry is needing to adapt.