Here is a collection of images taken on a recent trip to Robin Hood's Bay. It's quite a lovely location, with a strong sense of heritage - despite the number of "ye olde shoppes" aimed at tourists.

If you manage to come when the tide is out you can take quite enjoyable walks along the beach below the lifeboat station. It's a wonderful place to spend a lazy summer day.

Looking down into the village
Looking down into the village
The Laurel Inn
The Laurel Inn
Smuggler's Inn, near the harbour
Smuggler's Inn, near the harbour
A smuggler's tunnel
A smuggler's tunnel
Colourful cottages abound
Colourful cottages abound
The village heritage museum
The village heritage museum
The Coast to Coast Path end point
The Coast to Coast Path end point
Looking along the coast
Looking along the coast
Robin Hoods Bay
Robin Hoods Bay
Picturesque cottages near the harbour
Picturesque cottages near the harbour
The parish church
The parish church
Cobbled lanes are everywhere
Cobbled lanes
are everywhere
More lovely cottages
More lovely cottages

All photos © David Ross and Britain Express