The beach at Robin Hood's Bay

Ewden Cottage

Robin Hood's Bay

back view of cottage

Robin Hood's Bay is a quaint unspoilt 17th century village nestling on the cliffs of the North York Moors National Park heritage coast. With a history of fishing and smuggling the village is a maze of steep narrow streets and alleyways overlooking the picturesque bay and wild moorland.

Ewden Cottage is a four bedroom end terraced cottage only a couple of minutes walk from the beach. It is well equipped to sleep 7 people and has free WiFi. Access to the only car park in the lower village is only a short walk and a parking permit for one car is included.

The cottage, located in the lower part of the village, was originally built in the 17th century as a fisherman's cottage. In the first half of the 20th century it became the village joiner's shop but was converted back into a cottage in the late 1950s. It is situated in an elevated position on a quiet pedestrian street about 30 yards from the road, and is built into the steeply sloping ground with fields at the rear.