Paddock House

Stanghow Road, Skelton, Saltburn by the Sea, North Yorkshire, TS12 2AB

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Scenic views

Why stay here ...

Welcome to our CL at Paddock House. You will enjoy lovely views of rolling countryside and distant sea views, on our peaceful all grass pitched site. We offer electric hook up, motor caravan drive over waste disposal point and recycling facilities. Our large field offers children a safe place to play, or space for you to relax. There is a dog walk on site and access to nearby walking paths, we are within a mile of the Cleveland Way (a 110mile walk ) with some of the best scenery around. Fishing is available at a nearby pond within 300m (local charges apply).

We are situated between two villages, Skelton and Lingdale, one mile to each, where you can shop for groceries, or use the pubs and cafes. 

Saltburn by the sea is 3 miles away , it's a fabulous Victorian seaside town, hosting surf lessons, fun on the beach, walks, cafes and restaurants and award winning fish and chips. 

Skelton has a large Supermarket and smaller shops and offers fun for the family with play parks, soft play and trampoline centre and indoor crazy golf.

Guisborough woods (5miles) offers fabulous mountain biking tracks as well as walking trails. Guisborough historic market town offers twice weekly markets and many independent shops.

Within 3miles you are on the North Yorkshire moors, with its many picturesque villages and walks. 

Whitby, the North Yorkshire moors steam railway, Pickering and several national trust sites are within a half hour drive away. 

York, Durham and Scarborough within an hours drive.

There is plenty to occupy your time in this hidden gem of an area, give us a call to check for availability. 

Facilities on site ...

  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities

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Latest arrival time: 8:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

0.5 acres

Sloping pitches

Electric amperage: 10

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Lat 54.550106 / Lon -0.962805
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Just recently stayed for 10 days at Paddock house in various types of weather, from howling wind & rain to red hot clear skies. Although on a hill over looking the distant sea. It was a pleasurable stay. Amenities all easily accessible and clean. The pitch area is little cramped when full of 5 vans due to the sloped half. but those we shared with were all friendly and stayed equally as long as us.. A short drive to access the wonders of the north east coast line or the north York moors. I will be a regular here.
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Lovely site

stayed on this site for a weekend we would highly recommend it, very peaceful. Unfortunately our car broke down while we were there and the owners could not have been more helpful, making sure we were sorted with a lift home etc we are returning again soon

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Friendly site in a good position

We were rather surprised when we arrived at this cl, as it wasn't quite what we expected having read the foregoing reviews. The approach is up a long, initially steep gravelly slope, into a sloping field with a level area at the top for pitching. The photos shown are out of date, as there is now a track up the field and 2 hardstandings off of it. Trees line the top and rhs, and were full of birdsong. 2 areas are hardstanding, the others grass, which is cut but not collected. There were a lot of grass cuttings on our visit. Facilities are very well organized and set up, the waste and chemical waste areas at the bottom of the field, with good rinsing, as shown on the photos. Fresh water is halfway down on one side. The owners are lovely and very helpful, price £12.50 this year. There are lovely sea views, although there are old farm buildings in front and a caravan storage area next door. This will be screened when the new hedge grows up. We found the lanes disappointing for cycling, despite checking on ordinance survey maps,in reality they are narrow and winding, and very busy, with lots of dips and hills. Fine in the car and towing. There is significant road noise in the day, but very quiet at night. Saltburn is lovely, and as stated elsewhere, there is an Asda and ALDI nearby, plus fuel station. One thing to note is that on arrival, be ready to turn left Immediately after the railway bridge, its hardly any distance. Overall a good site for exploring by foot or car, with lovely friendly owners.

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Lovely CL

We always struggle to find CLs open in the winter and very pleased we found this one. Lovely views and very quiet. We are walkers so we walked into Saltburn and then walked the back to Redcar and back - about 18 miles in all. Saltburn is about a 3 1/2 mile walk and there are various routes. We went through the Tees Valley nature reserve which was a lovely walk. The Cleveland way is very close too. If you are walkers this is a great location. Access was easy enough, and Katherine the owner came out to greet us and open the gate etc which was really nice of her. The facilities are better than most CLs - The Chemical Toilet area is excellent and lovely and clean and tidy. In fact it's better than some club sites. The fresh water pipe was well insulated and centrally located. EHU was 10Amp which is more than enough for our needs. There were both normal and recycling bins. There is one hardstanding pitch which we used but the grass was very stable. We struggled a little with TV signal - couldn't get BBC - But with the lovely views of the valley and the sea the TV wasn't the priority for us. Im sure if we moved the van we could have got a signal if we had tried harder. Nothing not to like at all about this charming CL. Thank you Katherine.
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Stayed here earlier in year for 4 night and just had to come back for a week. Beautiful location, great views can just see the sea, quiet and spacious. There is a couple of hard standing areas so good for out of season. The area has a lot to offer, traditional seaside, deserted beaches, walks, Asda with 24hr fuel 2 miles away. We still have a list of things to do so will have to come back again.

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