Enjoy both the sea and the best of the North York Moors National Park from this uniquely situated hostel.
Mill Beck, Fylingthorpe, Whitby North Yorkshire YO22 4UQ 0845 371 9504
Tucked away in a converted mill in a wooded cove, just a mile outside Robin Hood's Bay, YHA Boggle Hole has always been a desirable place to stay, but it's looking even better after a £1.2million, 8-month renovation. It's made up of two buildings – the original Mill, which has 42 beds spread across variously sized rooms, and the Crow’s Nest – which has another 40-odd beds in mostly private en-suite rooms and family rooms. The beachside location makes it a perfect place to enjoy a spot rock-pooling, fossil-hunting, beach-lounging and swimming. Failing that, why not try a spot of fishing and cook up your catch in the well-appointed self-catering kitchen? For walkers, the hostel is right on the 109-mile-long Cleveland Way (with Whitby and Scarborough easily reached on foot), while the hostel is also at the end of Wainwright's Coast-to-Coast walk, which runs all the way to St Bees in Cumbria. The character of this place, and its blissful location, see people come back again and again.
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The Old Chapel, Chapel Street Robin Hood's Bay YO22 4SQ
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Dormitory beds from £15, private rooms from £25, family rooms from £29.
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From the A171 take the road signposted to Boggle Hole. After 3.5 miles, the car park is on right. The road to the hostel is unsuitable for vehicles. Please park in car park and walk down the lane (0.25 miles) to hostel.
Open every day April–August, weekends only the rest of the year.