52 Ways To Enjoy Robin Hood's Bay: #50 Beach Crafts
Do you love to Holiday in Robin Hood’s Bay?
Do you love to collect little keepsakes of your stay and adventures?
Do you love to craft?
Do you love to have mementos to look back on your Holiday?
Read on to find out more about creating your very own Robin Hood’s Bay Beach Crafts.
Robin Hood’s Bay
Perched on the coast between the surrounding cliffs of Scarborough and Whitby sits a Bay. The backdrop of the Bay is an old Yorkshire fishing village. This is Robin Hood’s Bay, the gem on the picturesque coastal edge of the North York Moors National.
Built on a steep hill the old 17th Century village heads down to the Bay. Winding streets, steep steps and cobbled alleyways make up what was once called Baytown. A maze of a village it’s easy to get lost here in Robin Hood’s Bay. Just all part of the magic of what makes it so special.
Robin Hood’s Bay harbours a deep rooted history of smuggling. The Kings Beck, cottage cellars, secret passages and snickets all helped with the illicit activities. Smuggling of Rum, Tea, Silk and Tobacco. There wasn't a person in the village that didn't participate in the illegal activities. Be it the smuggling, hiding, transporting or protecting of the secret goings on.
Legend has it that contraband could leave the Bay and reach the top of the village without ever seeing daylight.You can still see evidence of Robin Hood’s Bay’s smuggling past to this day and you can learn more at the local museum.
Why Beach Craft?
Beach crafting is a great activity to do with the kids anytime of the year. It is a lovely way to create holiday mementos.
Not just for kids, why not create yourself a beautiful piece of beach art, an ornament or a picture frame. A perfect little reminder to take home off the memories made in Robin Hood's Bay.
What will you create?
What Will You Need?
Depending on what you decide to make you will need some essentials:
Glue or Glue Dots
Sellotape or Washi Tape
Making Beach Crafts doesn’t have to be expensive at all. Collect little things from:
There's no right or wrong way to create your Holiday Beach Crafts:
Plan your Beach Craft theme
Lay out each part of your Beach Craft before gluing or adding tape
You name it there are lots of ways to add to your Beach Crafts:
Who knows what else you will find washed up on the shoreline of Robin Hood’s Bay.
Craft on the beach, in your holiday cottage or at home. Wherever you decide the possibilities are endless.
Frames or Mobiles
Pebble Animals, People or Pictures
Sand Pictures or Sand Casts
For just a few ideas. Let your imagination go wild.
The Beaches of Robin Hood’s Bay can be a great place to collect items for your beach craft projects.
There's lots to explore on Robin Hood's Bay Beach. There are rock pools galore here, tons of seaweed, sand, boulders and the scaurs. Everyone will love exploring Robin Hood’s Bay Beach.
You will find allsorts of beach treasure washed up along the shoreline.
Walking along the beach from Robin Hood’s Bay the cliff juts out slightly, you will need to cross the Beck water as it hits the beach. Waterproof footwear is always good here. The Beck can be fast flowing and well over ankle height.
Boggle hole is great for rockpooling, you’ll find heaps of seaweed and it's a great spot for fossil hunting. There's a Boggle Cave too. The Beck fills the large opening between the cliffs and it's fun to step on stones to get to the cafe. One of our favourites.
A great spot for collecting driftwood and pebbles. Who knows what other bits and bobs of beach treasure you will find washed up here.
Stoupe Beck Sands
Here is the sandiest stretch of beach from Robin Hood’s Bay beach. You will know you are here by the foot bridge over the deep Beck. The Beck flows onto the beach amongst lots of pebbles.
Stoupe Beck sands is a really lovely spot to sit for the day, enjoy a picnic, paddle in the North Sea. This sandy stretch of beach lends itself well to beach games. You will find it a lot quieter here than Boggle Hole and Robin Hoods Bay Beach.
A great spot for collecting pebbles and shells.
All of the beaches of Robin Hood’s Bay are Dog Friendly all year round.
Wellies are always a good idea to avoid cutting your walk short and getting wet feet especially in the colder months
Don’t forget your camera
Always check the tide times and avoid getting cut off
Read the safety signs at the top of the slipway in Robin Hood’s Bay Dock
Keep your distance from cliff faces which are prone to regular falls especially after rain
Watch out for horses and put dogs on leads temporarily until it is safe to let them free again
Relaxing Coastal Escapes in Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire.
Sam and Sian have been helping you make memories and relax on the coast since April 2017.
Baytown Holiday Cottages is a small North Yorkshire Booking Agency specialising in the Robin Hood’s Bay area of the North York Moors National Park.
Two locals who know the area and the cottages inside Out. Their home, their workplace and their playground. Helping you find your escape by the sea.
So, why not stay for a while in one of the Best Robin Hood’s Bay Holiday Cottages.
Smaller properties are available from 2 nights and the larger properties from 3 nights. All dependent on the time of year. All of our cottages are priced accordingly throughout the year. All of our properties feature in size order. Largest to smallest as you scroll down the Accommodation Page.