The Hayburn Wyke Inn is an 18th Century coaching inn set in woodland next to the coast between Scarborough and Whitby.
Today the Inn is a popular country pub offering a warm welcome in traditional surroundings where you can relax in the bar and enjoy hand pulled Yorkshire Ales and great food. The bar has lots of character with traditional wooden floors and beams, not forgetting the roaring open fire to greet you on your arrival. The bar area is happy to accommodate well behaved dogs and children.
People taking part in The Cleveland Way Coastal walk regularly use the Inn as an overnight stop off as it is less than 1/4 mile from the coastal path.
Location and supplementary information[view map] The hotel is on the coast between Scarborough and Whitby. Turn off the A171 road which runs between the two , at turn marked Ravenscar. The Inn is two miles away and signposted.
Distance from path: 0.25 miles
OS reference: 007968
6 single ensuite rooms
6 double ensuite rooms
2 twin ensuite rooms
2 family ensuite rooms
Last updated: 3/23/2015
Cober Hill Guest House
Newlands Road, Cloughton North Yorkshire YO13 0AR
Property type: Country House Hotel Accreditations: 3 Star Hotel
Cober Hill is situated on the edge of the North York Moors and is just a short drive from Scarborough centre, England's earliest seaside resort. With the historic town of Whitby, famous for its abbey and parish church and with Captain Cook's Memorial Museum, being only 14 miles away,Cober Hill is an ideal location.
Location and supplementary information[view map] From south M1 / M18 or A1 to A64. From north A1 / A19 to A171 or A170. On the A171 WHitby road, village of cloughton, 100 yards along the Staintondale Road.
Distance from path: 0.5 Miles
OS reference: 54.337200, -0.448561
5 single ensuite rooms
20 double ensuite rooms
20 twin ensuite rooms
10 family ensuite rooms
Last updated: 3/23/2015
Black Smiths Arms
High Street, Cloughton North Yorkshire YO13 0AE
Property type: Country Inn (Pub) Accreditations: ETB 3 Diamond
The Grade II listed Blacksmiths Arms, situated on the A171, Scarborough to Whitby road, is some 250 years old,forming part of the Duchy of Lancaster Estate, and is renowned for serving Her Majesty The Queen and HRH Prince Philip their first pub lunch ( May 2010 ).
Distance from path: 0.5 miles
OS reference: 008 493