Shopping & Relaxation - Yorkshire Coast
We’re a little off the beaten track here on the Yorkshire coast – and we think all the better for it. So while you will find the big name retailers, for those day-to-day essentials, in the main towns along this coastline – Bridlington, Scarborough and Whitby – what you’ll mostly find is small, independent shops run by people who really care about their product and their customers, selling things that you just won’t find anywhere else.
And the same goes for spas and leisure centres – there’s a handful of big hotels with top-of-the-range facilities (including a luxury spa for dogs!), and dozens of independent operators offering everything from a simple facial to the most out-there alternative treatments.
Cayton bay is a stunning beach location and home to some of the best beach break waves on the East Coast. It also happens to be one of the few beaches in the area that can be surfed through all states of tide.
Founded in 1872 by Mr Fortune. Mr Fortune has now retired however the business is still going strong and is being run by his nephew Mr Brown. ...More info
Located at the top of whitby's historic Church Street and at the foot of the famous Abbey steps W Hamond is the town's oldest surviving Whitby Jet Jewellery Shop. James Storr first opened its doors to an admiring public in 1860. ...More info
Humble pie is a sixteenth century shop lovingly restored back to its timber framed beginnings. Come and relax in front of our open fire and unique surroundings whilst enjoying some of our traditional home cooked fare.
Since 1865 Elizabeth Botham & Sons has been a family run craft bakery in the ancient port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coast. ...More info
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