Things to do in
2.1 miles / 5 minute drive from Whinstone View
A must see for anyone visiting Great Ayton! Roseberry Topping is an unusual landmark on the otherwise fairly level skyline of the North York Moors. It’s only a 5 minute drive from Whinstone View, so remember to pack your
trainers/walking boots so you can take a walk up one of our most loved beauty spots and enjoy the spectacular views from the top!
Great Ayton Village
1.2 miles / Less than a 5 minute drive from Whinstone View
A lovely village which was the boyhood home of explorer,
Captain James Cook. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around
the village and stop off for an ice cream or a ‘quarter of’ the many sweets on offer at the famous
‘Suggit’s’. There are two greens in the village where you can enjoy picnic on a summer's day!
3.7 miles / 10 minute drive from Whinstone View
With an orienteering course, a trimtrail, sculpture trail and two play areas, Guisborough Forest and Walkwway is a great place for a family day out. If you climb the heights of Highcliff Nab or Hanging Stone on a fine day you will be rewarded by fantastic views over Teesside and the coast. On site parking and cafe available.
10.9 miles / 15 minute drive from Whinstone View
Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a fantastic coastal town to visit all year round. It has maintained much of its original charm as a Victorian seaside resort including its pier, the colourful Italian Gardens and walks through Riftswood. Saltburn has the oldest water balanced cliff tramway in Britain that is still in operation today, linking the town with the pier 120 feet below.
3.5 miles / 10 minute drive from Whinstone View
Stokesley is an elegant market town, peppered with impressive Georgian and Victorian buildings. Enjoy a coffee in one of the many quaint coffee shops or feed the ducks down by the river. For things to do with the kids, Stokesley has an indoor playbarn, a leisure centre and also a golf course which includes crazy golf for kids and adults alike!
27 miles / 40 minute drive from Whinstone View
There's more to Whitby than meets the eye - with its connections to Captain Cook and Dracula, its quirky narrow streets and bustling harbour overlooked by the striking Gothic ruins of Whitby Abbey, Whitby is a fascinating town, unlike any other. Famous for its fish 'n' chips, 'lucky ducks' and '199 Steps' you've got to visit Whitby when you're in the north east!