The Robin Hood’s Bay Ghost Walk
Anyone who has ever been to Robin Hood’s Bay will know this ancient 17th century old fishing village has an air of mystery and almost magic about it. With a history of smuggling and its quaint cobbled winding streets complete with houses that tumble over each other and into one another all perched perfectly on a hill in between dramatic cliffs surrounded by the most stunning of sea views. There is no doubt Robin Hood’s Bay is special to many a folk that visit here year on year and sometimes multiple times a year bringing their families who have then gone on to bring their families too.
With a deep-rooted history comes legends, tales, fairy tales, ghosts and ghouls, Boggles and folklore. Who better to tell us tales of such legends and ghost stories of villagers past not yet ready to leave their beloved village once known as Baytown than Rose Rylands? Otherwise known as the Whitby Storyteller.
Should you happen upon the slipway on certain nights of the year you may just find a board out at which you will know the walk will be about. All are welcome including the pooches of the family but do remember to be well behaved for you never know what may lurk in the shadows of Baytown just waiting for naughty noisy children big, small or furry.
As well as the Robin Hood’s Bay Ghost Walk Rose also takes private bookings for:
The Robin Hood’s Bay Ghost Walk really is unique to the area and Rose really is a wonderful storyteller. A must tour when visiting and staying in Robin Hood’s Bay and features in our Top 10 Things To Do In Robin Hood’s Bay.