|Sep 17, 2008, 05:21 AM|
North Yorkshire continued, Robin Hood Bay
Continuing my holiday in North Yorkshire, I found a nice campsite in Robin Hood bay. Only £6 per person, per night, shower block, kitchen and all the other luxuries included.
The walk down into the upper part of the village was across sheep meadows, with cracking views of the bay.
Robin Hood bay is a village of two parts, the lower where the sailors and fishermen lived and the upper where the ship owners and other rich folk lived.
The lower part of the village is down a steep incline and perches on the edge of a cliff now strengthened with a sea wall. There are several pubs serving food as well as real ales, and some shops selling the usual mix of crafts and tourist tat.
It is very pretty and if you ever visit North Yorkshire well worth the visit.
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