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  • 52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #1 Stay in an Old Fisherman’s Cottage

    52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #1 Stay in an Old Fisherman’s Cottage

    Perched on the coast between the surrounding cliffs from Scarborough to Whitby sits a Bay with the back drop of an old fishing village. Back in the days before the Victorian upper village was built Baytown’s red roofed chimney topped houses were home to fishing families. Tumbling down towards the sea it’s sometime impossible to know where one sandstone cottage begins and the other one ends.

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  • Staycation! Deprived or Privileged in Brexit?

    Staycation! Deprived or Privileged in Brexit?

    Now they say a picture can tell a thousand words and we won’t bore you with words on why you should come, but these images are just the tip of the iceberg. There is so much more to discover here in Robin Hood’s Bay and the North York Moors National Park but don’t just take our word for it…..

    Come and find out for yourselves!

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  • 52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood's Bay: #2 Have a Paw-fect Dog Friendly Holiday

    52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood's Bay: #2 Have a Paw-fect Dog Friendly Holiday

    How many times have you been on holiday and been heartbroken that you have had to leave the furry member of the family at home or worse in the Kennels? You’ve searched and searched but just can’t seem to find the paw-fect pooch paradise. In fact, you’ve even wondered if such a place really exists? Well we’re here to tell you it does.

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  • A to Z of Robin Hood's Bay

    A to Z of Robin Hood's Bay

    North York Moors National Park

    Robin Hood’s Bay sits on the coast of the North York Moors National Park. A collection of coastal towns and villages and moorland towns and villages there is so many adventures to be had and so much to discover. Robin Hood’s Bay and Baytown Holiday Cottages make the perfect base to explore Robin Hood’s Bay and the whole of the North York Moor’s National Park.

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  • 52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #3 See a Thousand Stars

    52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #3 See a Thousand Stars

    When you’re used to only seeing a few stars seeing over a thousand with just the naked eye is a pretty breath-taking experience, especially if it’s your first time. The Moon can also be amazing depending on the month, time of night and time of year. When a full Moon rises and it’s low it truly is a tremendous sight to see. When the full Moon is up high the light streams across the sea lighting up the Bay and illuminating the silhouette of the cliffs and the Ravenscar headland. It’s beautiful and has been the subject of many a Robin Hood’s Bay painting and photo.

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  • Man On The Moors Finds A New Home

    Man On The Moors Finds A New Home

    Sitting at 9 foot and 10 or so inches tall the marvellous bronze statue was unbelievably life like. You could almost imagine this magnificent sculpture coming to life at night fall roaming the Moors before taking his perch back on the Rigg before sunrise to spend his day looking intently over Westerdale watching the world go by whilst deep in thought.

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  • 52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #4 Discover a Colony of Seals

    52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #4 Discover a Colony of Seals

    For those of you that are familiar with Robin Hood’s Bay you may have made this discovery before and will know only full well how magnificent, amazing and really quite special it is.

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  • The Endeavour Experience Whitby

    The Endeavour Experience Whitby

    Looking for a unique experience for any age? Want an experience that is great for wet and windy days or during winter? Then the Endeavor Experience Whitby may just be a great day out for you.

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  • 52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #5 Explore The Cinder Track

    52 Ways to Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay: #5 Explore The Cinder Track

    A little clue in the name The Cinder Track once was a railway line running from Whitby to Scarborough. Spanning 21.5 miles of the old railway line Robin Hood’s Bay sits about 6.5 miles from the start of the track in Whitby.

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  • Sandsend Village Nr Whitby

    Sandsend Village Nr Whitby

    Not just a firm favourite with us at Baytown Holiday Cottages Sandsend is also favourite for many families, dog owners, walkers, surfers, foodies & summer time sun bathers.

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