Hunmanby is a popular village perched on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.
Once the largest village in Great Britain, Hunmanby lies directly between Scarborough and Bridlington.
At one time the main road between the two towns passed through Hunmanby, but it now runs closer to Filey.
Rosedale House B & B
Come ye yourselves apart.....and rest a while. Mark 6v31
Surrounded by stunning scenery and beautiful landscapes this bustling village looks down over farmland to North Yorkshire's famous seaside resort of Filey and Filey Bay.
We also occasionally see a Steam Train.
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Hunmanby has a railway station (20 yards from the B & B). It is located on the
Yorkshire Coast Line and is operated by Northern Rail who provide all the passenger train services between Scarborough and Hull.
Hunmanby is close to many places of interest - such as Rudston Monolith, Flamborough Head,
Bempton Cliffs (RSPB), Scarborough Castle, Scarborough Lighthouse,Whitby Abbey,
Danes Dyke and many more.
Local places to Hunmanby well worth visiting are Filey, Scarborough, Bridlington, Bempton, Flamborough, Whitby, York, Driffield, Beverley, Malton and Pickering.