This is a final mop-up of our time, so far, in Yorkshire (we’re heading back via York next week..), and it will cover a 2nd visit to Scarborough – to the North Bay area and the castle, a flying visit to Burton Agnes & the Rudston Monolith, the Muston scarecrow festival and Boggle Hole (visited on the way home from Whitby).
So let’s start with Boggle Hole (where the main picture was taken). We just saw the sign on the way home and thought it was a good name and we’d have a look! We took the lane, which turned out to be long and narrow, until we came to a small parking area – keep going, says Calv. Only we couldn’t as there was a sign up advising against it! The lane that we walked down was steep and led to a YHA hostel and the Quarterdeck café. These were nestled at the top of a rocky cove where fossil hunts are regularly held Continue reading “Discovering more delights in Scarborough – North Bay and the Castle”