Other places which feature in my stories are Scarborough became Scarnby-on-Sea in the Chronicles series with Mark Johnson and the Yorkshire coast up to Whitby and down to Bridlington is also in the series.
The Ship Inn at Saltburn-on-the-Sea features in The Lost Ship and is The Lobster Pot in Love of the Sea, as well as being in the upcoming featured pirate hideout for the Prospero in my first ghost horror story Rise of the Prospero.
Scarborough also features in my two earliest ghost stories The Ghost of St. Mary's which is about the sad death of a young Victorian schoolgirl and The Rocking Lantern which is about the wreck of a ship caused by a captain's greed, both are fictional. St. Mary's was written because there is a mystery surrounding the naming of some rock platelets on the point and I found a disused and broken grave in St. Mary's church. Both stories are available in print in the book http://alsdomain.weebly.com/30/post/2013/06/short-story-anthology.html#.UhNY4tLVAW4
If you read The Old Church Ghosts, you will recall the church in the story is one I remember from having lived in Clevedon for many years.