Seconds away from the beach, Bramblewick dates back to the 17th century and enjoys an idyllic setting in the seaside village Robin Hood’s Bay. With its own café and restaurant, this North Yorkshire guest house provides a full English breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities with shower and complimentary toiletries. There is a TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities in all rooms. The Bramblewick restaurant serves a wide range of home-cooked dishes, showcasing fine Yorkshire produce. High-quality coffee and tempting cakes are offered in the café, along with soups, sandwiches and paninis. A pretty fishing village with sandy beaches, Robin Hood’s Bay is around 6 miles south of Whitby, with attractions including the Captain Cook Memorial Museum and Pannett Park. The village lies on the eastern edge of the North York Moors National Park, around 15 minutes’ drive from Sleights in the beautiful Esk Valley.