Boggle Hole
  • Address Mill Beck
    Robin Hood's Bay
    North Yorkshire
    YO22 4UQ

Boggle Hole, Robin Hood’s Bay

Boggle Hole attraction can be found resting along the famous ‘Cleveland Way’, which was once a notorious smugglers’ haunt. Boggle Hole is an unusual curved-out hallow, due to weathering from the sea.

Its name originates from boggle – or goblin – which folk tale says are to haunt the cave’s slopes.

This Robin Hood’s Bay gem, whilst being home to a wealth of fascinating history, is a great place for wild swimming! Here, you can look forward to a cool dip while soaking up coastal views.

You can reach Boggle Hole by car, however, its better to walk due to close-by road being narrow. In fact, there’s a trail you can follow to reach the hallow: the Robin Hood’s Bay to Boggle Hole walk. This cliff-top hike offers even more sweeping views over North Yorkshire’s glorious coast!

Come and experience this natural wonder’s cool waters and amazing vistas…

activityarrow_downarrow_leftsmall-rightarrow-top-rightbikeguidescamerachild-friendlycircularclockCottagecrossdangerdestinationpindownloaddropdown-arrowemailFamilyfinish-flagflagfloraflowergroupHeartinfo-altdidyouknowInspirationlinearlocationmap-pinmapparkingpawphonerulersearchshare Facebook Google Plus Instagram LinkedIn Pinterest Twitter YouTube ui-24px-glyph-2_grid-45popularsun-cloudtexturef-check-glyph-16toggleVideoWalkingwheelchair