The picturesque village of Sandsend has a well stocked shop for provisions, several cafes, two excellent restaurants, two pubs and an art gallery as well as two craft shops. There is a regular bus service south to Whitby and north to Runswick Bay. Please click on the images below for more details.
Sandsend plays host to one of the most beautiful beaches on the Yorkshire coast, and has been voted England's best beach in previous years.
The coastline extending to the north of Sandsend offers stunning views across the North Sea. Walkers tread the old coastal railway line.
The Hart Inn is situated in the centre of the village, and is both warm and comfortable during winter with a roaring log fire; and a sun trap during the summer, with an excellent beer garden.
There are several beachside cafes in Sandsend, providing teas, coffees and ice cream as well as being a shop for all essential beach items.
World famous for its fish and chips, its abbey, and of course as the backdrop to Bram Stoker's Dracula!
Famous for crab sandwiches, great espresso coffee, fine wines, good service and its walled garden.