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Saltburn-by-the-Sea offers long stretches of sandy beach with rugged sea cliffs providing breath-taking views. It is home to the Saltburn Cliff Tramway, the oldest water balanced funicular still in operation in Great Britain.
The beach with its golden sands provides the perfect setting for a wide range of outdoor pursuits, including traditional bucket-and-spade fun for all the family.
There’s plenty to entertain too as the town has an up-and-coming arts scene, and a packed programme of events including the annual Saltburn Food Festival.
Transpennie Express trains serve Saltburn and Redcar as well as a Northern Rail service connecting to Darlington. Saltburn and the surrounding area is well connected by a local bus network. Get more information on route planning and timetables.
The sandy beach of Saltburn provides the perfect setting for a wide range of outdoor pursuits, from traditional bucket-and-spade fun to surfing. Saltburn is also home to the oldest water balanced funicular still in operation in Great Britain, the Saltburn Cliff Tramway links the town with the only remaining pleasure pier on the whole North East and Yorkshire Coast.
Saltburn retains a lot of its fascinating Victorian heritage but combines this with a lively town filled with independent boutiques, gift shops and its well-known monthly Farmers Market which welcomes the North East’s & North Yorkshire’s best independent food producers right into the heart of town.
Its not a trip to the seaside without tucking into fish and chips, The Seaview Restaurant offers quality seafood dishes in an extraordinary setting and if steak is your thing, Tomahawk Steakhouse is a must.
In the heart of the town Virgo’s Bistro offers a great experience, for the authentic pizza lovers No. Twenty Three provides just that whilst Coco & Rum brings the taste of Thai to Saltburn.
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