Local Amenities and local attractions

There's so much to do in Saltburn by the Sea for all the family, couples, walkers and older people. Saltburn is very accommodating for dogs and provides a lot of amenities for our 4-legged friends, including a dog friendly beach. Here are a few places myself and my family like to visit....it is by no means exhaustive. We include more details, such as children-friendly activities and locations within our Welcome Folder. This can be emailed to our guests beforehand if they wish to plan their trip.  

  • Funicular – Victorian cliff lift
  • Saltburn Miniature Railway – Valley Gardens
  • Crazy Golf- Bottom Promenade
  • Saltburn Pier and Promenade
  • Valley Gardens and Ornamental ‘Italian’ Gardens
  • Holey Molies
  • Amusements on the pier

Restaurants/ Cafes

o The Ship Inn - Pub food*.

o Chocolinis – Specialises in homemade chocolate delights, small café where you have the best hot chocolates and coffee. *

o That Cake – (Inside LillianDaph store), Perfect for unique and delicious cakes and treats

o Vista Mar, English and Tapas meals*

o Real Meals – Perfect for lunch, delicatessen

o The Spa Hotel – Variety of traditional cooked meals

o ‘Spices’ Indian Restaurant

o Alessis – Italian Restaurant

o Rapps Restaurant – large variety of food: pizzas/burgers etc

* Dog friendly

Bars/ Pubs

o The Gunns Bar – micropub, good selection of gins, beers and other liquers*

o The Sitting Room – Boutique bar that specialises in cocktails with a twist

o Signals – Trendy bar that also host a good cocktail menu as well as other drinks*

o The Spa Hotel – Newly renovated hotel with a lovely cosy bar area. Wide variety of drinks*

o Vista Mar – newly refurbished, have a good selection of alcohol and ales*

o The Ship – Typical English pub – focal point of Saltburn. Featureddramas & films.*

o The Marine – Traditional English pub

o The Alexandra Vaults – Traditional English pub*

o Brockley Hall – Boutique hotel with wide range of gins and ales.

*Dog Friendly

Nearby attractions

o Whitby – Seaside town with a sandy beach. Award winning fish and chips at the Magpie Restaurant. Gothic history, setting for Dracula

o Staithes – picturesque seaside village with winding streets and higgledy-piggledy cottages

o Runswick Bay – Sweeping, sheltered bay with charming red roofed cottages

o Guisborough Forest – perfect for walks or bike rides. Includes a Gruffalo Trail

o Five Houses – Yarm Farm Shop that sells organic, homemade meat and vegetable pies and pork pies. There is a gorgeous café where they serve their own produce

o Yarm – Lovely market town with boutique shops and lovely walks

o Northallerton – Market town with unique shops, such as, Lewis and Cooper, Barkers, Fat Face

o Brymor Ice Cream parlour – fun day out for the family, you get to see the cows and follow the process. Next to Jervaulx Abbey, which is also well worth a visit

o Suggetts Ice Cream – well-known ice cream shop nearby

o Richmond – Gorgeous market town with a picturesque river that runs through and castle. Great place to visit for the day

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