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Robin Hood's Bay Holiday Cottages

Holiday Cottages to Let on the North Yorkshire Coast

“Julie does a fantastic job and I can't recommend them - or the cottages that they manage - enough.”

Ben Fox

“Great personal service from Julie, booked cottages through them for years now and never been disappointed.”

Sally Ann Williams

“Another great weekend at the Bay, cottage was lovely as always. RHB is for me a little piece of heaven. Thanks!”

Samantha Phillips

“Just back from RHB and Darrholm cottage was first class.... clean, warm, homely and with every mod con. Home from home.”

Nick Gillett

“Summer Cottage is beautifully renovated, has bags of character and provided a warm and cosy base for our winter break in Robin Hoods Bay.”

Simon Millions

“Just wanted to drop you a quick note to say thank you for making our holiday at Robin Hood's Bay a great one! We loved Cosy Cottage and found everything to our satisfaction”

Tom Chapman
5 Stars

The North York Moors

Home to rolling hills, miles of heather moorland and fantastic hidden picturesque villages, the North York Moors are full of things to see, do and explore and certainly worth a visit.

The North York Moors became a national park in 1952 and is now home to a population of over 20,000. The North York Moors is a protected area and The North York Moors National Park Authority make sure that this beautiful part of the country is protected and conserved whilst encouraging people to enjoy it, discover it’s secrets and understand how special it is.

Running right through the heart of the moorland is the North York Moors Railway that runs from Whitby to Pickering and offers people the chance to ride the steam trains from Grosmont to Pickering between the months of April-October. The Station in Goathland was even used as ‘Hogsmeade’ station in the Harry Potter films.

Delve deeper into Grosmont and you will discover the engine sheds where the steam locomotives are maintained and restored. Learn all about the history of the engine sheds and the history of the North York Moors Railway. Take the ‘rail trail’, a 3 ½ mile walk from Grosmont to Goathland via Beck Hole where you will find the smallest pub that you have probably been to in years.

Goathland, home to the famous television series, Heartbeat. Here you will find a number of tea rooms and shops. A fantastic place to explore and walk around. You can catch the train back to Grosmont from Goathland train station.

Discover The Moors National Park Centre near Danby. You can learn all about the North York Moors and take in the breath-taking views right on the doorstep. Exhibitions, art galleries, climbing wall, outdoor adventure play area, shop and tea room await you. Admission is free and a fantastic place to visit for families.

  • The Old Bakery

    The Old Bakery

    The Old Bakery has been part of the old village since time immemorial. Recently acquired by Robin Hodgson and his family, The Old Bakery has been refurbished and re-branded and now boasts a contemporary style with eclectic furnishings and a warm welcome.

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