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The Studio is an exceptional holiday cottage with unbeatable sea views. It is situated on the edge of a beautiful expanse of beach, in the lower village of Robin Hoods Bay .The cottage can be rented for up to 4 people ( the lower 2 floors), or for up to 6 people which includes a twin en-suite room on the upper floor. Rental prices differ accordingly. The cottage is not suitable for the disabled or infirm. The cottage is modern and light, unlike the older cottages in The Bay, many of which are over 350 years old and can be dark and more "compact".
Robin Hoods Bay itself is an old fishing/smugglers village on the East Coast of Yorkshire. Surrounded by the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, this stunning holiday destination lies at the end of the Coast to Coast walk from St. Bees, and is on the cycle track from Whitby to Scarborough. The friendly locals and the charm of the village makes The Studio Holiday Cottage in Robin Hoods Bay the perfect holiday destination for everyone to unwind. Our holiday cottage in Robin Hood's Bay offers something for everyone! The Studio, an exceptional Robin Hoods Bay holiday cottage in the lower village of Robin Hoods Bay, has a large outdoor space with gardens, patios and decking areas with unparalleled panoramic views over the Bay. There is also a Webber BBQ. The cottage sits high above the sea, yet only a few metres from it. Our holiday cottage is modern and the living/dining/kitchen is open plan, the whole cottage being bright and airy throughout.
The cottage is light and airy with an open plan living area
The views from the cottage and outside areas are breath- taking. These are not sea views where you have to stand on tiptoes to see the sea, these are unrivalled, uninterrupted views from what was once an artist's studio- they are simply stunning. This Robin Hoods Bay holiday cottage is at the end of a quiet "street", or pathway, it is an ideal place to relax and unwind. It is in the lower village ( the main part of The Bay) but has the benefit of being in a quiet street.
Being almost car free, Robin Hoods Bay is ideal for children and families, artists, cyclists, walkers (the village is the last point on the famous Coast to Coast walk), or indeed anyone wanting to enjoy the peace and a slower pace of life.
The Studio Robin Hoods Bay Holiday Cottage, is for many visitors the best holiday cottage in the village! Read the comments in the visitors book when you come by!
Robin Hoods Bay is also something special as it is the kind of place that really gets under your skin - once you have been you will NEED to keep going back, again and again!
The Studio, Robin Hoods Bay Holiday Cottage is a great place to take a break the fresh sea air and stunning views start working at relaxing you the moment you arrive.
Robin Hood's Bay is an enchanting fishing village hugging the rocky shores of the Heritage Coast. Explore its hidden backwaters and teeny cobbled streets, once frequented by smugglers and today crammed with delightful eateries, olde-worlde pubs, attractive shops and stylish galleries. Watch local fishermen bringing in their catch and savour fish 'n chips out of paper. At low tide, have fun on the sandy beach and enjoy a family fossil hunt, with lots of rock pools and fascinating marine-life to be found.
This wonderful holiday village is virtually car free, and with its award winning beach it is ideal for children and families. Walkers and cyclists will love the scenic routes in the surrounding area and the chance to experience some of the most amazing views in the United Kingdom. There is truly something for everyone in this stunning holiday village, especially for those wanting some peace and beauty with a slower pace of life.
Robin Hoods Bay is like something from a bygone era, an adventure in an Enid Blyton story book. Children and adults alike will love the unusual freedom you can enjoy here. There are few people who are untouched by the magic of Robin Hoods Bay, this place really makes your heart sing. Robin Hoods Bay has suffered in some ways due to the North Sea. Coastal erosion has taken its toll on the village. The landslide of 1780 took not only houses, but also the main road into the village, King's Street. Today you can see where King's Street once was as the lower part of the road still remains and the top part can be imagined by looking from the path just below The Victoria Hotel. Since then over 200 houses have fallen over the cliff, the last being in the late 60's, as the sea washed them away.
From the early 19th century, Robin Hood's Bay began to attract visitors from the outside and this has continued to the present day. There are diaries kept by a young visitor in Victorian times that, arriving by train with her mother, was taken with the view of the Bay when the train on which they were travelling emerged from the tunnel at Ravenscar revealing the beautiful view of the Bay in the sunshine. There is a copy in The Studio bookcase along with other historical novels which all give great insight into Robin Hoods Bay in days gone by.
Robin Hoods Bay was the home to the author Leo Walmsley (1892-1966). He came to live in the Bay at the age of 2, and his many of his books are centred around Robin Hoods Bay and his life growing up in the area. The books depict an intense love for a life gone by in a beautiful but harsh environment - they are a great read and there are some of them on the Studio Holiday Cottage bookshelves.