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.
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.
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.