Once a fishing village on the North East. Coast in Redcar and Cleveland, Sinningrove he former fishing village of Skinningrove will appeal to those looking for a seaside or walking holiday. Skinningrove has a sandy beach is situated on the Cleveland Way. This quiet seaside village comprises a collection of fisherman’s cottages, many tastefully restored to offer self-catering accommodation, together with a pub and shop. It’s within a short drive of more days out on the beach in the attractive little resorts of Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Staithes and Runswick Bay as well as Whitby and its famous Gothic Abbey. Inland, lie more scenic walks and the quiet picturesque villages of the North York Moors National Park.
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Beaches or the moors. Whichever your fancy, Drummer Cottage in the quaint village of Skinning rove, North Yorkshire offers both holiday options. This child-friendly and dog-friendly cottage near Whitby, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, sandy North Sea beaches and the North York Moors National Park.
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A stay at Bishop Cottage in the former fishing and mining village of Skinningrove, North Yorkshire, offers small groups on holiday in North East England a coastal cottage with the communal garden area to gather at night after a long day exploring the region’s sandy beaches and haunting moorlands.