Out and about ....


The great outdoors of the North Yorkshire moors and East Coast has plenty of places for bracing walks, cycling and horse riding. There are safe, sandy beaches and miles of spectacular coastal footpaths to explore along the 40 miles of stunning coastline. Why not go fossil hunting at Ravenscar, or explore the Jurassic dinosaur cliffs and the coastal picturesque villages of Runswick Bay and Robin Hoods Bay, both of which sit on the cliffs of the Cleveland Way. One of the most visited villages is Goathland which is famous for the North Yorkshire Moors steam railway and Yorkshire TV's 1960's based series "Heartbeat". Here are a few other ideas for great days out in the area.



Click for Official Whitby Website




Bridlington - click for  website


Robin Hoods Bay Website

Scarborough Whitby Filey Bridlington Robin Hoods Bay
Sea Life Centre Flamingoland Eden Camp Staintondale Shire Horse Farm North Yorkshire Moors Railway - click for website
Sea Life Centre Flamingoland Eden Camp Shire Horse Farm NYM Railway
Scarborough Indoor Pool Castle Howard Trailways Cycle Hire Go Ape Adventure - click for website Olympia 10 pin bowling - click to visit website
Indoor Pool Castle Howard Cycle Hire Go Ape 10 Pin Bowling