Our Location
Robin Hood's Bay is a small, ancient village, nestled around the steep banks of King's Beck on the North Yorkshire coast, just 6 miles south of Whitby, from where Captain Cook once sailed.

This very picturesque village consists of a jumble of houses, some dating back to the sixteenth century, which cling to the cliffs, traversed by a network of cobbled pathways - ideal for escaping smugglers in days gone by!

Once a very prosperous fishing village, with 200 fishing boats in 1538, Robin Hood's Bay is now very popular with tourists and much loved by walkers, artists and nature enthusiasts. Robin Hood's Bay is on the Cleveland Way and also at the end of Wainwright's famous Coast to Coast walk across England, commencing at St Bees Head and covering approximately 192 miles of beautiful and challenging "walking".

To find Cromwells, go right to the bottom of the hill towards the sea, with The Bay Hotel on your left. Go up the steps on your right and take the first path on your right, in front of the yellow house. Cromwells is the third door along - look out for the Roundhead's helmet!

You can collect an order form here and see samples of our plaques in the window of our workshop.

We have two workshops, so we may not be at Robin Hood's Bay, however just give us a ring, email us or post us an order form.