21km (13 miles) NW of Scarborough
Though Robin Hood's Bay was once a notorious port for smugglers, it has no connection with the well-known outlaw who shares the village's name. The tiny fishing port is tucked into a deep ravine; in fact, space is so limited that cars can't enter the village center. The villagers live in cottages precariously balanced on the steep cliffs, where narrow roads curve between the dwellings.more local info
Many guests never leave the grounds of the hotel for entertainment, though Raven Hall makes a good base from which to venture out into Scarborough...