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Wow! What a great place just superb!.. Like being at home for a long weekend and made to feel so welcome. Everything and I mean everything you'd want from a stay away. We left it as spotless as we found it. Will definitely be back when our schedule allows.
We liked the solitude and abundance of walks available. This location is suitable for active walkers and hikers but could be challenging for family's with young children. The fylingthorpe inn provides a good menu at reasonable prices and the delights of Robin Hoods bay is close by
A pleasant village in a valley (so quite hilly), grocer's shop, pub and butchers shop which doubles-up as a pizza takeaway. 15/20 minute walk to Robin Hood's Bay, also on the cinder track for those who love walking. Ravenscar and Whitby are short drives away.
Pretty village, short walk to Robins Hoods bay, which is situated at the bottom of a very steep hill. Pubs and restaurants near the bay. Village itself has one pub/ restaurant and one shop. Lots of narrow, hilly roads. Close to Whitby, and north York Moors national park. Very pretty location.
Fylingthorpe is a village next to the very popular Robin Hoods Bay. It has a general store/shop, pub and even a bakery/butcher! Access to the east coast towns and Cleveland Way make it an ideal base from which to explore that part of the country.
I spent two years in a boarding school near Fylingthorpe and I loved every single day of it. It is lovely to come back and walk around the village again, I love the flapjacks and traybakes from little Barnards and the ice cream from Fylingthorpe Stores. The tea and scones at the Inn are amazing, and every Sunday there are roast potatoes at the bar that guests can help themselves to. From attractions, it is good to see Old Stephens Church when it's open - but even when it's closed it's nice to walk around the old cemetery. I'd recommend including Fylingthorpe in your visit to Robin Hood's Bay, as a compulsory part of it :)