The Wheel House

Liverton Lodge, Liverton Village, Saltburn, North Yorkshire, TS13 4SY

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Facilities on site ...

  • Disabled facilities*
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • WC (exclusive use)
  • Wi-Fi

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 9:00 PM

Latest departure time: 12:00 PM

0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
TS13 4SY
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Lat 54.546696 / Lon -0.902463
OS field ref:
NZ711174
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  • Buses go to: Middlesbrough, Whitby, Saltburn

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Super Break

This site is situated in a lovely location just outside of Loftus in the village of Liverton, North Yorkshire. Its elevated position give fabulous views of the surrounding area and also gives great views of the sunset if the weather is good. Of course the British weather is unpredictable so on some days you may well not see any view at all. The elevated position also means there is a good chance that it can be quite windy at times. The site is well tended and offers almost level pitching for the majority of the site. The site is all grass with a densely packed gravel track that leads to each pitch this offers superb access to the individual and generous pitches. Each pitch has its own drinking water tap and a shared grey water disposal sits between two pitches of which there are six on site giving a generous three grey water disposal points and six drinking water taps. One pitch even has a Picnic table sited for the convenience of the unit sited on the pitch. Toilet facilities are reasonable, there are two WC's and a single shower. On the whole the toilet block is well kept and this is also where you find the information point giving you lots of ideas of places to visit, even though some are a fair distance from the site. There are some locally printed maps of walks that can be done from close by along with take away menus from the local Chinese and Pizza place. There are even a few DVD's on the rack, if children films are what your would like to watch. The Toilet block is made up from a portacabin and has been painted green to allow it to blend into the site. It has an attractive deck outside that enhances its appearance. Although this is a CL and quite well appointed for such it must be noted that it isn't a hideaway site and is close to a collection of dwellings. There are also three Log Cabins in the adjacent field between the dwellings and the CL that are used as holiday lets. They are well kept as is the rest of the site and we didn't feel that we were overlooked at all. We arrived and sited our Caravan with ease and enjoyed our whole stay here without any need to ask for assistance everything worked as it should and the site remained peaceful for our entire visit. A point to note though is that the description of the CL on the Caravan & Motorhome Site makes note of WIFI being available, I didn't see any mention of this while on site and couldn't find a free access WIFI point when I searched. So if you intend to use WIFI check this out before you book a pitch. The evenings on site were quiet and it was nice hearing the Owl calls through the night, you really know your in the country side when you hear such things. There are also free range Hens and a Cockerel in a nearby field that will give you an early morning call, so if this bothers you you had better think before you book. Personally it just added to the whole ambience of this lovely site.

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Beware the wind

Stayed here for just one night, had hoped to use it to visit Saltburn and Staithes but quickly realised that as we only have bicycles, the hills and distance were perhaps a little too much for us. The site is very high up, and as others have mentioned, even a slight breeze has quite an impact on awnings and the 'rocking' of the caravan/motohome! We did walk down into Loftus to find a supermarket for provisions, sadly its a very run down little town. The site itself however, is beautifully maintained, a nice shower and toilet block at the top end of the site, drinking water and electric hook up all beside your pitch. I would have no hesitation in returning to this site if we were in a caravan but for us being in a motorhome we need to have things a little closer to hand.
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Perfect CL

We stayed for 5 nights on the brilliant farm CL site. Entrance through the gates is a little tight if you have a large van, but then access the the rest of the site is very easy. There are a couple of lights, so even if you arrive late, you'll easily see where to set up. The site has some sloping, but most pitches are pretty level and well marked out. Water, and electric are close by each pitch, and waste site is also easy to get to. There are lovely countryside views with absolutely stunning sunsets. There are 2 toilets and a free hot shower with enough (dry) room to change. Electric hook up is 16amp. There's an ASDA superstore 5 miles away if you need it. We visited Saltburn, Staithes, Whitby, Guisborough, and Redcar, amongst others, and had a walk up Roseberry Topping for amazing 360 degree views. If you come over here in June, you'll see the sun set (on the EAST coast, with great views from the pier at Saltburn or from the top of the steps up to Whitby Abbey). All in all, an excellent experience and we would highly recommend staying here.

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Highly recommended CL

Our 5 day stay was a delight and we will certainly return. The scenery is stunning and the facilities exceptionally good. Good and easy communication with the owner.

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This is a really nice little site good view all round stayed for 4 nights in April. Picked a really good week very hot weather. Steve the owner is very helpful telling me where I could walk the dog, toilets and shower are kept nice and clean. Be warned thought all though it was nice weather there was a strong wind, the site is on top of the Moors. I will be returning maybe later this year.

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