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The delightful coastal town Saltburn-by-the-sea bestows plenty of Victorian charm and thrills. From the water balanced cliff lifts to the last remaining pier in Yorkshire, Saltburn promises its visitors an authentic seaside experience! There's plenty to entertain too as the town has an up and coming arts scene, lots of restaurants and plenty of daring water sports to try.
Great outdoors Take a wander down Saltburn's historic pier.
Escape It is also fantastically easy to get from Saltburn into the heart of North Yorkshire countryside.
Saltburn's attractions include a Grade II renovated pier, the only pleasure pier on the whole of Northeast England and Yorkshire coast
2012 X Factor winner, James Arthur, was born in Saltburn
Enjoy life at a relaxed pace at Saltburn and embrace this refined and picturesque Victorian Spa town. Brimming with history and tradition, this untouched town has such a wealth of outstanding architecture and original features you can easily imagine strolling through its streets in your Victorian Finery.
In contrast to its stunning built environment, Saltburn has a wealth of more natural charms including beautiful gardens, plentiful areas of preserved woodland, over a mile of curving, golden sands and rugged sea cliffs providing breath-taking views. Visitors of all ages will find something to enjoy.
Journey between town and beach with a ride on the oldest water-balanced cliff lift in Britain, where you'll disembark alongside Saltburn's magnificent 600ft long Victorian Pier, the sole surviving example on England's north-east coast.
Saltburn can proudly boast to being the home town of the infamous ‘Yarnbombers' who regularly make national news with their fabulous and inspired knitted creations that mysteriously appear during the night.
Saltburn is located between the Heritage Coast of Cleveland and the North York Moors National Park so there's plenty waiting to be discovered. The Saltburn Valley Gardens Woodland Centre is perfect for nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Similarly the Danby Moor Centre allows you to explore the moorlands and farmlands just as nature intended and free of charge.
Saltburn's water powered cliff lift undertook a £30,000 refit in 2011; this was the carriages first off site overhaul since 1992. The lift has a new intercom system which allows the driver to talk to the passengers while the carriages are in motion. The cliff lift links Saltburn Pier with the town and is popular tourist attraction.
Nothing beats having a wander down this stunning pier with a portion of chips on a beautiful day in Yorkshire.
This part of the world is famous for its fish and chips. A particular highlight is The Seaview Restaurant. This place aims to offer the very best fish and chip dining experience to be enjoyed by all the family in the most wonderful setting in the country.
Also The Kings Grill is well worth a visit. Their philosophy is that good food should not be rushed. At the restaurant there is no hurry to end your evening. Set in warm & comfortable surroundings, they serve a mixture of modern British and classical food.
The Arches Cookery School occupies a beautiful 200-year-old barn conversion, set on the family's working arable and equestrian farm, within the North York Moors National Park. Grinkle Park Farm sits majestically on the side of a beautiful valley that runs up to the moors and down to the sea.
Surf enthusiasts are in for treat as Saltburn annually hosts one of the UK's biggest surf competitions, UK Professional Surf Tour, a large event attracting plenty of competitors and spectators alike.
The beach front Surf Shop allows visitors to experience the excitement of surfing, surf skiing, boogie boarding and windsurfing.
Saltburn Surf School is the only surf school approved by Surfing Great Britain on the East Coast. Providing professional coaching and a safe environment to learn and improve your surfing since 1983.
Astonishingly Saltburn had managed to maintain much of its Victorian charm. The classic Victorian architecture, fully functioning cliff lift and ironstone mining museum revive the era. The town's smuggling past is also brought back to life in the Saltburn Smugglers Heritage Centre. A series of replica scenes and costumed characters allow visitors to uncover the customs and routines of some of the town's most infamous smugglers.
Finally, just nearby Saltburn is The Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum. This museum was founded in 1983 by a group of volunteers acutely aware that the remains of the ironstone mining industry, which had once formed the basis of Cleveland's growth & prosperity, were rapidly being lost, forgotten or destroyed and who set out to celebrate the heritage of that industry by the preservation, conservation and display of artefacts, photographs and documents relating to it.
Saltburn has many specialist shops where you can find antiques, jewellery, furniture, flowers, arts & crafts, fishing tackle, street wear, health foods, fresh fish, bread and meats. The town also has many charity shops helping local churches and other local organisations.
For tasty local farm produce, cheeses and chutneys, head for Real Meals Delicatessen and Bistro or venture down to Saltburn's Farmers Market every second Saturday of the month (except August).
Real Meals is situated in the Victorian coastal town of Saltburn by the Sea. This is a family run business owned by Tim and Sheila Beswick who, having taken early retirement from teaching, were free to devote themselves full-time to their shared passion for good food. Real Meals stocks a range of cheeses, including many difficult to obtain imported cheeses, but specialising in traditional farmhouse cheeses from the North of England. One of Real Meals proudest boasts is its range of imported Italian Specialities, unique to the region, including handmade pastas.
What better way to spend a day, than with a walk on the beach, followed by fish and chips?
Stretching out into the sea, Saltburn Pier is a truly stunning place to experience the fresh Yorkshire air
Saltburn Cliff Lift
Open every weekend from Mid-March to October, the Saltburn Cliff Lift is a unique way of travelling