Hook House Farm campsite is on the B1447 Whitby Road, about 1/2 a mile from Robin Hood's Bay. I took this picture first thing in a morning from my tent - it was amazing to wake up to such a wonderful view. There are bathroom facilities on site and a water tap, but I don't remember any electrical hook-ups. You can buy work breakfast at the farm if you don't fancy cooking. We sat with steaming mugs of tea and great big bacon butties, and just admired the view.
It costs about 3.50GBP per night to camp here.
Ingleby house is situated right in the centre of Robin Hood's Bay, just yards from the sea. They have a variety of different apartments to rent: The Studio, The Annex, The Tudor and The Four Poster Pine.
We stayed in The Studio for a weekend break (before we had the kids), and enjoyed it very much. This is how they decribe the appeal: "Why not take that well deserved romantic weekend break! NO phone, NO kids and with five alehouses to choose from, all within staggering distance, (two only 30 meters away) it means NO driving to the pub!" - yep, that just about sums it up.
There is something very special about staying in this little place after all the day visitors have gone home.
50 Meters from the sea, a cosy hideaway, with views of the coast. See the web site for full details (They don't allow children).
Thrown out in the middle of nowhere and with no more than a daytime shop and decent showers, this is a great place. Behind you are the Fylingdales Moors and back towards the bus stop is the nice Flask pub and the sea. Just catch the Scarborough to Whitby bus for a short but hair rising ride down to Robin Hood's Bay!
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