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With the ban on foreign travel, British seaside resorts are fast becoming the only place to go.
The terraces overlooking the sea have been spruced up and the gardens by the sea are immaculate. The harbour still has a smattering of fishing boats ensuring that the fish and chips here are some of the freshest and the theatre has a new Alan Ayckbourn play.
This is North yorkshire scarborough last leg of the Cleveland Way, a plus mile trail that starts north of here in Helmsley. I set out along the prom at South Bay before climbing up onto Wheatcroft Cliff. I carry on along the cliffs, where s warn not to get too close to the edge, through pleasant woodland, skirting the odd caravan site.
It was used for North yorkshire scarborough firing lifebelts when rescuing stricken seafarers. The Cleveland Way come to an end at Filey Brigg, the long narrow peninsular that juts into the bay just north of the town. The Romans were here and a few earthworks are the only remains of their al station. I walk past them to the end of the Brigg and scramble down onto the rocks below. A slipway le up to the attractive old fishing port, now home to cafes and fish and chip shops, and I catch the bus back to Scarborough.
The forecast predicts rain later so I start early. Crossing the town, I pass rows of multi-coloured beach huts on North Bay before climbing up to the cliff path. The North yorkshire scarborough is harder today, the gradients steeper, often dropping down to cross streams running through wooded valleys. After three hours I pass the remains of an old radar station, part of a WW2 early warning system, before arriving in Ravenscar. When the Scarborough to Whitby railway was built insomeone had the bright idea of creating a new resort here. Still, the plan was only abandoned in but all that remains are a few houses and the imposing Raven Hall Hotel.
From here I pass the remnants of another scheme, this time a success story. The path descends to the beach and climbs again to Boggle Hole, home to an isolated Youth Hostel, before continuing along the cliffs. This is also the terminus for the mile Coast to Coast Walk, and there are a couple of weary veterans enjoying their well-earned refreshment. In the past, the village made its money from smuggling but now the atmospheric narrow lanes are North yorkshire scarborough with craft shops and cafes and restaurants.
The line closed in but the stations are still standing. Even better are the tea and cakes when I arrive back at the hotel. The churchyard and the atmospheric ruins inspired Bram Stoker to write Dracula when he stayed here. After traversing another caravan site. This is Saltwick Bay, the attractive beach protected on each side by two shale outcrops.
Colonies of seabirds populate the cliffs and distinctive Whitby Lighthouse warns ships of the North yorkshire scarborough below. I vow to have one last pint at the Bay Hotel before taking the bus back to Scarborough and then the train home. Bus services are frequent in the region.
EAT: The Golden Grid Fish Restaurant by the harbour serves more than the freshest fish and chips and its menu includes oysters, lobster and scallops. The Travel Magazine. Home United Kingdom England. Filey Cliffs c Duncan Lomax. The weather outlook for the next few days is set fair … as it would be in Scarborough.
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