Pickering is located within easy reach of several of the North Yorkshire coast’s most popular destinations, with Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay all accessible within 30 minutes by car.
A popular tourist destination thanks to its breath-taking heritage coastline, stunning Abbey, long association with maritime explorer Captain Cook, and its strong literary links with Dracula - Whitby is a beautiful coastal resort.
Whilst it’s easily accessible from Pickering by car, Whitby can also be reached via the North Yorkshire Moors
Railway, which runs a regular steam-train service.
The largest holiday resort on the Yorkshire coast, Scarborough is a family-friendly resort, which offers all the fun
of the seaside. With bars, restaurants, a cinema and theatre, it’s also a great place to visit for an evening out.
Robin Hood’s Bay
A small, historic fishing village with a historical reputation as a smuggling hotspot, Robin Hood’s bay it situated between Scarborough and Whitby, and offers a quieter, more picturesque alternative to the larger coastal resorts, it is also one end of Wainwright’s Coast to Coast walk.