Saltburn has the
traditional charm of a Victorian seaside
resort including colourful Italian gardens and
walks through wooded glens. Saltburn has the
oldest water balanced cliff tramway in
Britain, linking the town with the pier 120
feet below. You can park at sea level where
the old fishing village straddles Skelton
Beck. The Old Ship Inn is the focal point,
steeped in smuggling folklore. Old fashioned
amusements and good play facilities for
children make this an attractive family venue.
The Cleveland Way passes through and follows a
steep path up to Huntcliff, the site of a
Roman Signal Station.
Saltburn cliff tramway - Photo: