Redcar & Cleveland is an area of interesting, intriguing and entertaining contrasts just waiting to be discovered and offers an abundance of things to do and places to stay for any holidaymaker, whether you’re planning a fun-filled family holiday, romantic getaway or a long weekend with friends. Home to one of the longest unbroken beaches in the UK with a nationally famous ice cream treat, a vibrant historic market town with mediaeval priory and one of Britain’s few remaining pleasure piers with some of the best surfing to be found in the North East.
Redcar, Guisborough, Saltburn and their surrounding areas combine the best of town, coast and countryside with a variety of nature, sports, heritage, arts and hospitality experiences for you, your family and friends to enjoy. With a diverse range of places to stay from gypsy style caravans, traditional family-run BnBs, luxury boutique hotels and everything in-between, you can choose to stay in the middle of a bustling town, overlooking the ocean or relax off-grid in the quiet countryside. Whatever your version of a perfect holiday destination, Redcar & Cleveland offers both the activities and accommodation to meet every personal taste and to suit any budget.
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