Welcome to our village!

This popular seaside village, situated on the edge of the North York Moors National Park coastline, offers great beaches and fantastic coastal views. An ideal place for that relaxing retreat!

The beach is busy in summer and is a mix of sand and pebbles. A stream runs down to the sea from Mulgrave Woods, located in a steep ravine above the village. It's a great place for the kids to paddle!

Discover the remains of the historic alum industry that was once important here. The mounds of shale waste at nearby Sandsend Ness are the legacy of quarrying lasting over 260 years. You can walk along the disused coastal railway through the heart of this quarried landscape and an excellent guide to the Sandsend Trail has been published by the National Park Authority.

Mulgrave Woods are a great place for you to explore and there are many pleasant walks available. You can access the woods on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday all year, except in May. If you fancy a longer walk, why not try part of The Cleveland Way National Trail (North Sea Trail) that hugs the edge of the dramatic coastline.

Being directly on the Cleveland way, Estbek is surrounded by some of North Yorkshire's most attractive and rugged scenery, hence there being plenty of walks to enjoy. (Ideal for working up an appetite!)

The most popular walks can be found walking along the beach to Whitby, Mulgrave woods and also the Cleveland way stretching north , which takes you along the old railway track.

how to find uS


Follow the sign posts for Sandsend (A174), carry on into Sandsend, as the road turns left the Hart Inn is facing you, Estbek is the next property, parking is in the Mulgrave estate car park, directly over the bridge.


Drive along the A174, through Lyth, and down into Sandsend, across the first bridge, around the headland and before the second bridge you will see Estbek across the Beck, turn right before the bridge into the Mulgrave Estate Carpark.


Our car park is located across the bridge (100 yards away from Estbek) in the Mulgrave Estate Car Park, on the water side there are 6 parking bays for Estbek House, please park within these bays. Parking is provided free of charge, and is at your own risk.