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Goal for the next 12 months: visit Robin Hood’s Bay in every weather. I only actually spent a few hours here before I had to leave, and lucky for me the weather was gorgeous, but I really wood like to rug up in a room with a view and watch the rain pour down, because I can imagine there is no place more beautiful in the rain. I love walking down empty streets whilst safely under my umbrella, splashing in puddles and listening to the rain pitter patter on all the roofs around. I’d like to find a cosy pub and eat pub chips whilst reading a book, something set 200 years ago so I can dream about going back in time 💖
The first recorded reference to Robin Hood’s Bay was in 1536 by King Henry VIII’s topographer, Leland, who described ‘a fischer townelet of 20 bootes with Dok or Bosom of a mile yn length’. The cliff settlement had grown larger than the inland settlement, probably because they felt more secure from piracy and because it would be more convenient to walk from the boats. By 1540, the village was said to have fifty cottages by the shore (a large settlement at that time) so its thought the present village originated somewhere in the 15th century
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