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Robin Hoods Bay is a beautiful fishing village in the North York Moors National Park. You might never have heard of it before, I sure enough hadn’t. But it is certainly worth checking out, and here are 10 photos to inspire you to visit Robin Hoods Bay…
P.s. – There are some super fun, fun facts in this. Especially for anyone who is a fan of the film, Wild Child. I certainly am. In year 7 graphics we had to design board games and mine was Wild Child themed would you believe. I still have it now and would go as far as to say it’s better than Monopoly.
- 1 The Bay Hotel, The Dock
- 2 Boggle Hole Cove
- 3 View of Robin Hoods Bay from the Cleveland Way
- 4 4. The Cove Coffee Shop
- 5 5. Ye Dolphin
- 6 The Dock, Slipway and Old Coastguards House
- 7 View from Bank Top down into Robin Hoods Bay Village
The Bay Hotel, The Dock
Fun fact: this is where Freddie made Poppy the crap chip butty.
Boggle Hole Cove
View of Robin Hoods Bay from the Cleveland Way
4. The Cove Coffee Shop
5. Ye Dolphin
Fun fact: This is where Poppy and Freddie sat on the bench that sloped down the hill
The Dock, Slipway and Old Coastguards House
View from Bank Top down into Robin Hoods Bay Village
Fun fact: this is where you see Freddie and Poppy driving into the village down this hill
Have these photos left you feeling inspired to visit Robin Hoods Bay?
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