Port Mulgrave


I first saw these huts from high above when we walked the section of the Cleveland Way between Saltburn and our campsite at Runswick last summer ... rossofmoffat.com/albums/sal... ... and promised myself a wander down next time I met up with my dad and brother. Sitting off the beaten track between Runswick and Staithes in North Yorkshire, Port Mulgrave is a fascinating place for its industrial heritage and wealth of fossils. From the Cleveland Way footpath, the buildings give away none of the traits of the Bohemian village that you get close-up. The collection of makeshift beach huts supposedly belong to local fishermen who use the bay to harvest the sea for crabs and lobsters. I'd love to come back another time to camp, fish and catch the sunrise :-)

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Port Mulgrave cabins

A diverse collection of imaginatively constructed shanties overlooks the bay from beneath the cliff at Port Mulgrave.