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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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Having a short trip with old friends to the Yorkshire North East Coast. We are staying in a lovely little old (possibly 18th century) fishing cottage in the village of Staithes. This was once a thriving fishing village, built into the hillside. Tiny narrow cobbled streets and lanes, small cottages and a harbour with 2 breakwaters. Think Doc Martin's Cornwall with a northern accent! Absolutely charming place. This is Captain ...
... order them wine and used some colourful language to let her know that he was unhappy about buying the wine. After a couple of choice words were let out loudly, Nathan leaned over and quite nicely and diplomatically asked the man if he could mind his language in front of the children and his wife. The man in return turned and looked at one of the three Nathan’s he must have been seeing at that time, and immediately addressed ...
... England, however it was checked when we arrived in Ireland. And when we left Ireland, and arrived back into England, no physical checks were made by either country. We guess the checks are done automatically when you check in with the airline and if there are any issues further checks are done at that time.
Our base for the next 5 nights is the town of Great Ayton located about 1 hour north of York. We have chosen to ...
... to Whitby looking for Dracula’s tombstone forgetting that he is a work of fiction.
Remember the Tour de Yorkshire? Well, we were travelling along its route as we spotted many, many yellow and even some blue bikes along the way. We were all so impressed how each village got behind the event.
Finally, we spotted the seaside! Arriving in Whitby was easy. Finding a carpark, not so! Eventually, we had success with ...
... 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.