Raven House

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Raven House Victoria Terrace Robin Hoods Bay
Robin Hoods Bay
YO22 4RJ

Raven House, Robin Hoods Bay

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Raven house is a fine Edwardian residence with unrivalled panoramic sea views overlooking the bay. We offer bed and breakfast in beautiful en-suite rooms 2 doubles and 1 single with sea views. We also have a family room available.All rooms have hospitality traysTV/DVD/CD hair dryers and toiletries.There are plenty of pubs and restaurants within a few strides the beach is a 5 minute walk away.

Robin Hoods Bay is a picturesque and unspoilt fishing village famed for its smuggling and seafaring history.

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