Robins Hood Bay
One of the most beautiful bays we have visited in the UK, surrounded by rolling countryside - definitely worth a visit.
Lovely little village. Steep walk but worth it. Lovely shops and eateries. Spoilt for choice! Dog friendly cafes and nice stretch of beach.definitely worth a visit.
Visited with hubby and our 2 dogs. You have plenty of parking at the top of the hill near the wild life centre where they have plenty to explore for children, toilets and you can get yourself a drink biscuit or ice cream. We walked down the short road to the beach where you can access the cliff tops to walk along Or you can walk down to the beach. The lifeboat station is situated here along with the shop. 2 lovely friendly ladies run the shop as we popped in to support the RNLI and buy something.
South Landing nature walk is wheelchair accessible and fairly flat for those with even limited walking abilities with regular seats placed on the paths
The bird life is varied and there is something new to see every time I visit. The view at the point where there is a handy bench is spectacular. Across to Bridlington and across to the wind farm further down the coast.
A trip down to the bay is either walking down a steep road or a steep set of steps. Well worth the trip as very quiet and peaceful. I came across a young seal by the lifeboat station having a rest and it kept a close eye on me!
The Living Seas Centre is a great place to visit and wonder why it’s not as busy as it could be. Very informative, great staff and plenty for the family to do. Cafe is available too
Well worth a visit