Robin Hood's Bay
A late 19th Century Sea Captain’s house offering excellent bed & breakfast in Robin Hood’s Bay.
Excellent location for walking and visiting the coast
All rooms en-suite
All rooms are en-suite
Built in 1897 in the lovely fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay, Manning Tree was once home to a Sea Captain. Now this beautiful house is a cosy bed and breakfast, where you will be offered a very warm welcome and a comfortable stay.
Manning Tree provides excellent Yorkshire B&B accommodation, and we take pride in ensuring that your room is clean and comfortable. We serve a range of different foods for breakfast, from continental to full English to Whitby kippers!
Robin Hood’s Bay is a pretty village, and has many charming distinctive features, such as the intricate network of narrow streets and alleyways which make up the old part of the village.
Robin Hood’s Bay lies on the side of a steep hill, at the top of which the Manning Tree can be found. This is an ideal location for walkers, with footpaths for the Cleveland Way and Coast to Coast walks nearby.
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