See, Dine & Do

Saltburn-by-the-Sea is a treasure trove of landscape and history. While there are many famous attractions you may wish to experience, rest assured there are also fabulous spots to explore off the beaten track, where it will be just you and the landscape. To get you started, here are some of our favourites.
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Marshalls Beach Huts

Saltburn beach is undoubtedly one of the major draws of Saltburn, and pulls in crowds of locals and tourists alike. Marshalls beach huts were set

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Saltburn Farmers’ Market

One of the best rated farmers’ markets in the country, Saltburn’s market runs on the second Saturday of the month. With around 35 stalls brimming

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Saltburn Food Festival

Saltburn Food Festival is an amazing celebration of Northern produced food, drink, craft, its makers and producers. The festival, the monthly market, the beach, the

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The Seaview Restaurant

Undoubtedly the best fish and chips in Saltburn, the Seaview restaurant is voted one of the best places to eat by the sea in the

Dine

Lemon Tops at Pacitto

If you’ve never been to the North Yorkshire Coast before, then there’s a high chance that you’ve never heard of a lemon top. Whipped ice

Dine

Coco Rum Thai Restaurant

Located in the centre of Saltburn near the railway station, Coco Rum serves delicious Thai Fusion meals for lunch and dinner. For menus and booking

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Saltburn Cliff Tramway

Saltburn Cliff Tramway is the oldest water balanced funicular still in operation in Great Britain, linking the Victorian town of Saltburn with the only remaining

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The Sitting Room Cafe & Bar

The Sitting Room is a eclectic & vintage styled teashop and cocktail bar. By day, The Sitting Room serves a wide range of real-leaf teas,

Dine

The Ship Inn

For hearty pub fare combined with dramatic views over the ocean, The Ship Inn is the place to go. With an extensive menu, cosy atmosphere