A Runswick Bay Panoramic. Captured on a winters morning on the North Yorkshire coast. The last house where the land meets the sea is the village’s most iconic building; Lady Palmer’s Cottage is known world wide for its chocolate box looks. White walls, thatched roof and romantic location and in the centre is the RNLI lifeboat shed with its slip way running on to Runswick Bay beach. Runswick Bay is located on the Yorkshire Coast Between Staithes and Whitby. In the summer months the village is a favourite with tourists who descend the steep bank leading to the old cottages snuggled into the cliff side, arriving at a one of the most romantic bays in Yorkshire. Golden sands run all the way to kettleness to the south. The bay is also part of the Cleveland Way trail coming across the cliffs and the dropping down onto the beach.