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Bridlington Caravan Club Site Campsite Review
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|Number Of Pitches:||70|| |
|Information:||The brand new Bridlington Caravan Club site, opened in July 2011, is set in 18 acres on a gentle hillside with sea views screened by maturing woodland. The caravan site is an ideal location for a family holiday with plenty to do to suit every taste.
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|Attractions Nearby:||Two miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington is Sewerby Hall, a grade I listed country house set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location. Flamborough Head, standing 400 feet high with spectacular areas of chalk cliffs has one of the largest sites of nesting birds in England. Just 4 miles north of Flamborough Head is Bempton Cliffs RSBP reserve which has a visitors' centre and car park; a family favourite with more than 200,000 birds (from April to August).
|Toilet Rating:||Very Good|
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|Campsite Type:||Caravan Club Site|
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| GPS Co-ordinates: 54.111369 / -0.158411|
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We stayed here again for a couple of nights at the May Bank Holiday weekend, it was about £26 a night for hardstanding pitch with electric.
The welcome was just the same as before and we were given a choice of a couple of pitches and then when selected to let the wardens know and they give you your barrier access card.
The site was extremely clean and well looked after.
The toilet block was again spotless and no problems at all.
There were a few kids about this time which was better than the earlier season visit we did so a little life about the place and our daughter could play with a few people.
We walked out of the site and left along the road a little then you can enter Danes Dyke nature walk and down to the sea. There is a little cafe as well, parking costs in the carpark so walking from the site is the best.
If you come out of the site and turn right along the road you get to a farm shop and cafe quickly, a little further is Sewerby Hall where there is a zoo, house and sometimes exhibitions. Here you can access the land train to get you directly to Bridlington or walk along the cliffs. A model village is 1/2 way between Sewerby and Bridlington.
There is also a pub called the Ship Inn at Sewerby which I have heard good things about the meals but we didn't visit.
The house next to the campsite has a little table selling eggs, jam etc with an honesty box.
The shop onsite isn't very well stocked, no crisps but it does have drinks in a chiller and ice creams.
We didn't experience any noise from the factory nearby at all on this trip, maybe not in operation on the bank hols.
The site did have a cold wind though but this will hopefully reduce as the trees and plantings take hold in the future.
We will be returning.
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We stayed here for 1 night in January 2012, the site is a recent addition to the CC and brand new. The facilities are excellent, MH service point was good and all worked without a problem. This is in a layby just outside the main (and only) toilet block.
The reception welcome was good, we were the last ones arriving at 17:30. Barriers are present and keycards required. There is a pull in lane for checking in and another incoming lane for returners.
We were shown a list of pitches on a map that we might be interested in, it was a find your own and let us know setup.
Pitches are all hardstanding and a good size, 16A EHU present.
The site itself with it being new has minimal planting at the moment, lots of tree saplings are present so in the coming years it will fill out.
Toilets/showers all present and disabled facilties. Block was heated and piped music.
There is a small childrens playpark and a dog walk.
The site is on the road from Bridlington to Flamborough, I had a rough idea of where it was so I could slow down in enough time. I don't recall a sign on the opposite side of the road pointing into the entrance but the usual CC sign is within the entrance.
On the morning after we went to north landing at Flamborough, free parking in the winter time as the cafe/pub is shut.