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About

The Runswick Bay is situated amid some stunning scenery surrounded by Yorkshire moorland, on one side, dramatic cliff walks, and on the other a sweeping bay beach.

The beach is popular with fossil hunters, surfers, canoeists and beach-combers, and its little rock pools provide endless fascination for children. The soft sand is also ideal for relaxing within this sheltered bay.

The village of Runswick is a quaint collection of picturesque cottages, very popular with artists. Our situation by the 'Cleveland Way' national trail, and our warm friendly welcome to pets also makes us popular with walkers.

The inn itself is a traditional village pub, popular with locals and visitors alike. We offer comfortable en-suite modern accommodation and our food has a great reputation for its traditional offering and quality local ingredients.

A perfect place to relax, in the evenings we offer many delights from impromptu folk music, to local characters arguing over fishing tales and real ales. And if there is a chill in the air, you can enjoy all this by a warming coal fire.

Facilities

Children

  • High chairs available

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Property Facilities

  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement

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Catering

  • Evening meals

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Property Facilities

  • WiFi or internet access

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Target Markets

  • Coach parties welcomed

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Parking

  • Private parking

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Room/Unit Facilities

  • Seaview

The Runswick Bay Hotel

Type:Small Hotel

Hinderwell Lane, Runswick Bay, Runswick Bay, North Yorkshire, TS13 5HR
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Tel01947 841010

Awards

  • Membership SchemeDiscover Yorkshire Coast – Bronze Member Discover Yorkshire Coast – Bronze Member 2021

Opening Times

Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)

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