Streonshalh B&B is a small, family-run business located in the picturesque village of Robin Hoods Bay in North Yorkshire. Built in 1893 Streonshalh is a large Victorian property, originally built for a sea Captain it retains many original features and we have endeavoured to create a decor sympathetic to that time in history, yet with modern facilities.
There are many interesting places to visit nearby whilst staying in Robin Hoods Bay. The North Yorkshire moors are a short drive away and the steam railway runs from Whitby to Pickering, passing through small villages, the station of one of these was used to film Harry Potter. There are many local walks around the village, from wild wind blown cliff tops to more sedate strolls on the beach, or the disused railway track which runs from Whitby to Scarborough which is also popular with cyclists. There are three pubs in the old village and three more at the top of the village, all have cosy real fires and most offer good food with varied menus and real ale. There are also two excellent bistros in the village and two village shops, located in the old and newer part of the village respectively.
Whitby is around six miles up the coast where there are many places of interest to visit, Whitby Abbey dominates the small town and you will also find Captain Cook's Museum. There are many interesting quirky shops and art galleries in the old cobbled street leading up to the Abbey. A wide choice of local seafood and internation cuisine can also be found in Whitby.
At Streonshalh we offer a discount of 3 or more nights stay, debit/credit card payments are accepted, we have free wi-fi connection, and safe storage for cycles in a private walled backyard. We have six letting rooms, consisting of double, twin and single rooms, some with sea views. Packed lunches are available on request and we can cater for groups of up to 10 people. There is an outside seating area at the front of the house for guests to use.