A few years ago, we stayed in Robin Hood’s Bay over Christmas. It’s a village nestled at the foot of cliffs on the North East coast of England. To start 2017, we have inadvertently been back there!
Boggle Hole is a youth hostel on the North East coast, nestled at the foot of cliffs. It is also cut off from the beach for most of the day because of the tides and overland it is a long, long walk to the nearest settlement… we tried it on the quest for milk.
Later that day, the tide went down and like other holidaymakers (and dog walkers), we took the opportunity to get onto the beach. And there was Robin Hood’s Bay, accessible for a short time, about half a mile along the coast.