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TravelPod Member ReviewsVictoria Hotel Robin Hoods Bay
This hotel was right on the coast and we were determined to begin our journey on the coast, staying at the Tomlin house, and ending on the coast by staying here! It is a magnificent hotel and is beautiful! The room was great, and we didn't even splurge on a nice room! The breakfast was fantastic! And dinner in the pub was adequate, but I may try somewhere else for dinner.
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... was a beautiful cathedral. Then we broke off into groups and did our own thing. We went and ate at an Italian restaurant which was most notable for its pizza. However, me being me, I wanted to try something different so I got mussels. Being a town closer to the coast, that sounded at the time to be an appropriate choice. I thought I would have a little pasta with some yummy sauce and a small garnish of mussels. I was wrong. ...
... was cooling me down more. I knew I'd be sheltered soon so didn't want to put on my waterproof but eventually did. Hayburn Wyke checkpoint turned up quicker than I expected. A welcome sight. I was sure I saw someone going past the pub rather than behind it and down all those steps.I think there weren't enough ribbons at the pub to make people know they needed to turn back on themselves to where there were plenty of yellow ribbons to guide us.I was in for a shock or ...
Started of the day at the local gym with Jo. Then back home for a nice breakfast. Off to Bridlington for the afternoon to see John & Trish. Had s nice lunch at Rags. It was very nice overlooking the harbour just down from the wedding venue. After lunch we went for a walk thru the old town where they have just finished filming the Dad's Army movie. Back home for some takeaway Thai then a early night ready for New ...
... will neiher confirm or deny that the free wine and mead tasting assisted in our enjoyment!If any town/village in England holds a place in our hearts and minds as a must see it would be York, even ignoring the " pay till you bleed" parking fees, this is one of those towns that we couldn't visit just once. Founded in AD71 by the Romans it was then known as Eboracum and named as the capital city of North Britannia. About 30 years later a wall was built around aproximately ...
... up from the path half expecting to see the white lighthouse on St. Bees head because it seemed like only yesterday I saw it last.
But eventually we turned right around the point and began to see glimpses through the bushes of the town on the bay.
Once seen, we fairly quickly entered the upper part of the village and began the descent down the steep streets to the water. This part must have been painful for Cathy & Tracy but you would never have known.