A common theme among the TripAdvisor reviews of the Denison Arms is that the food at this East Ayton pub comes in large portions. I can confirm this.
My steak and ale pie came with chips and SIX vegetables (carrots, peas, cauliflower, broccoli, swede and parsnips). Far too much for one person and I failed to clear the plate. But the quality was just fine.
There was no way I was going to be able to complete my country walk after this blow-out and I had to resort to the bus.
Dumped in a different part of Scarborough, I came across all these buildings I either hadn’t seen before or I was seeing from a different perspective.
A gentle 10 mile walk along tracks and paths was topped by a pleasant hour with a sandwich and pint at the Three Jolly Sailors at Burniston.
Robin Hood’s Bay is a lovely old fishing village, just north of Scarborough, on the Yorkshire coast.
On this visit, however, the weather was dreadful, and we managed a coffee and a quick browse around the second-hand bookshop (all crime and romance!), before returning to our warm cottage.