Walkers Paradise

Hunley Hotel is ideally located as your base camp to explore the best walking routes and destinations that North Yorkshire has to offer. Our knowledgable local team level will provide you with plenty of top tips for places to visit or for relaxing and sampling the local fare along the way
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what’s included

  • Stay in a classic room
  • 3-course dinner
  • Full Yorkshire breakfast
  • Walker's packed lunch for the day ahead
  • Access to a drying room for wet gear if needed
  • Access to maps of personalised walks in and around Hunley
  • *transportation to and from walks can be provided at extra cost*

Package prices

1 Night Break
(Per Person) Midweek, Winter
2 Night Break
(Per Person) Midweek, Winter
3 Night Break
(Per Person) Midweek, Winter
Walking Routes

Walks on the
Cleveland Way

The legendary Cleveland Way just 10 minutes walk from Hunley's doorstep!
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Staithes & Port Mulgrave
Get some sea air on this 4-mile circular walk, starting at the atmospheric old fishing village of Staithes, with its harbourside cottages, cobbled streets and winding alleys.
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Castleton to Lealholm
The moorland villages of Castleton and Danby set the scene on this 7½-mile linear walk that wends its way from the higher moors down to the gentler reaches of the Esk Valley around Lealholm.
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Roseberry Topping and Cook's Monument
An ascent of the ‘Yorkshire Matterhorn’, plus a reminder or two of the great navigator and explorer Captain Cook – just some of the delights of this classic 7-mile circular walk.
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Danby Castle
Danby Castle lies high up on a spur overlooking the Esk Valley. Down in the dale stands the estate’s former hunting lodge, now The Moors National Park Centre, and this pleasant 2-mile circular walk follows a well-trodden path between the two.
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Osmotherley and Mount Grace
Explore handsome Osmotherley and its surroundings on a 3¼ -mile circular walk that touches every aspect of the village’s rich religious past.
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Robin Hood's Bay and Maw Wyke
The 6-mile walk to Maw Wyke follows the cliffs north of Robin Hood’s Bay and passes Ness Point, one of the most treacherous headlands along this coastline.
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Clay Bank and Greenhow Plantation
The car park and picnic area at Clay Bank is a popular stop for its dramatic views across the Cleveland plain, with the twin landmarks of Roseberry Topping and the Captain Cook Monument.
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Broxa Forest
Get a birds-eye view of gorgeous Harwood Dale from the escarpment edge on a circular walk (just under 6 miles) that starts and finishes in the shade of Broxa Forest.
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