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Robin Hood's Bay

North Yorkshire, YO22
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Robin Hood's Bay represents Yorkshire’s coastline at its most raw and elemental and is one of the most photographed villages in England.

With its winding alleys and cobbled streets, red roofed former fishing cottages and unspoilt beach, it is a beautiful and peaceful place to explore, with a dark and exciting history of smugglers and even a network of subterranean passageways. 

Cars must be parked on the cliff top before visitors negotiate the twisting descent through this timeless village on foot. Here they will find a whole host of culinary delights with establishments serving locally caught fish and Yorkshire cream teas. Those interested in history should explore the National Trust’s Old Coastguard Station, a local visitor centre or Robin Hood’s Bay Museum, housed in what used to be the Coroner's Room and Mortuary, to see its treasure trove of smuggling artefacts.