• Overview
  • Trip Outline
  • Trip Includes
  • Trip Excludes
  • FAQ

Located on an isolated coastal bay tucked away within the North York Moors, Robin Hood's Bay is a beautiful seaside town with a charming character. Surrounded by natural beauty and with an appearance frozen in time, many of its buildings were constructed in the 16th century.

Its name is derived from legend that long ago the hero Robin Hood defeated a group of French pirates who were pillaging the town. After Robin Hood returned the loot to the local fishermen, they named the town in his honour. 

Now, the Sunderland Union is offering you the opportunity to visit this iconic town on what will be the first of our new daytrips. In this straightforward package, we will provide affordable and convenient transport there and back allowing you to enjoy this destination on your own terms.


  • SINGLE ADULT: £25 
  • FAMILY OF 3: £60
  • FAMILY OF 4: £75

Payment consists of a 50% deposit by bank transfer and 50% in cash on the day.

For booking, please email info@sunderlandunion.org

Saturday 28th January

  • 9.00am: Meet outside of the Mountain Daisy Pub in Millfield to board the minibus. Finalize any outstanding payments.
  • 10.30am: Arrive at Robin Hood's Bay (Estimated travel time 1 hour and 30 minutes)

On arriving at the bay, the day is yours. Explore the natural beauty of the beach and the "Boggle Hole" Cliffs, visit the local museum, enjoy classic Yorkshire seaside fish and chips and lunch and look around vintage shops. 

  • 4:00pm: Board the Minibus to return home 
  • 5:30pm: Arrive back at the Mountain Daisy and Part Ways
  • Return Minibus trip to and from Sunderland with driver
  • Meals
  • Any Optional Spending

No Details Found