In & Around Runswick Bay
This beautiful Heritage Coastal area of the North York Moors National Park, boasts many attributes including walks, surfing, fishing, fossil hunting and breath-taking scenery.
Staithes with its quaint cottages and winding streets is a very attractive tourist destination, just north of Runswick Bay and was once one of the largest fishing ports on the North East coast.
Any stranger to the town of Staithes is going to be astounded by how much history such a small place can have… famous for its past fishing industry and hundreds of years of mineral production, it was also where Captain James Cook grew up and discovered his love of the sea.
North Yorkshire Moors National Park can be found just a short drive from The Pines Holiday Park. It is 1400 miles of picturesque, natural beauty and home to the largest heather moorland in the world.
There are historic Abbeys, castles, market towns and hamlets to discover within this vast expanse of colourful heathland and woodland which stretch as far as the eye can see.
Enjoy the great outdoors and explore this beautiful part of the north by walking, cycling or on horseback along the many designated paths or see the Moors in style and comfort by travelling on The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, a preserved historic railway stretching for 18 miles through the heart of the North York Moors National Park.
At the end of the day you can then relax in the many traditional pubs along the way.
Consistently and justifiably
voted one of Britain’s
A family favourite for glorious
beaches, traditional amusement
arcades and ice cream parlours
Prepare for a full day out at
historic York and don’t forget
to visit the iconic York Minster
Undoubtedly home of the
‘Best Fish & Chips’ in Britain.
Why not sample some of the many
Travel back in time and
visit the extraordinary
village of Staithes
Take a nostalgic trip on a
steam railway and take in the
stunning scenery of the
North Yorkshire Moors
Telephone: 01947 841 888
The Pines at Runswick Bay