This Idyllic Yorkshire Coast Village Named One Of The Best Places To Visit In The UK

This Idyllic Yorkshire Coast Village Named One Of The Best Places To Visit In The UK

We love the idyllic fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay. And, with more people in the country looking for staycations rather than catching a flight abroad, it’s quite an appealing destination.

And, we aren’t the only ones that think so. Website Skips & Bins has done the leg work for you and found some of the best spots for a trip away this year.

They’ve selected four places for a trip away that has all your holiday needs in mind and one of them is our very own quaint village located along the Yorkshire coast.

Watch our visit to Robin Hood’s Bay below:

Robin Hood’s Bay has been named one of the top four places to visit this summer. It’s like our very own answer to those wonder villages that are scattered along the Italian coast.

But, instead of enjoying a nice Aperol spritz along the coast. You can enjoy a lovely cup of tea with sconces filled with jam & clotted cream.

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And, as all Yorkshire folk know, you can’t beat a good brew after a long walk. Although, one of Robin Hood’s pubs might sway us with a cheeky pint.

The beach at Robin Hood’s Bay is great for rock pooling and searching for marine life – also great for your pooches as well.

Also featuring in the list of four spots to visit is Tenby in South Wales, Post Issac in Cornwall, and Windermere in the Lake District, which will come as a welcome bit of news for our pals over at Lakes Life,

Speaking about their choices the skip and bin hire company said: “Located not far from perhaps [its] more famous neighbours Whitby and Scarborough, Robin Hood’s Bay is a picturesque, small fishing village on the North Yorkshire coast.

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“Bram Stoker’s famous Dracula novel features scenes set in the village, and the unique layout makes it a must-visit location with plenty of B&Bs, hotels and holiday parks in the local area.”

“Camping is also an option in the area to experience first-hand what the area offers – just be sure to either take all rubbish home with you, or most sites would have facilities like 240-litre bins to prevent waste littering the area.”

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