Brooklands

Ings Lane, Brompton by Sawdon, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 9DS

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Ideal for ...

  • Adults
  • Dogs
  • Fishing
  • Peaceful stays
  • Waterside stays

Why stay here ...

Coarse fishing on site.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Coarse fishing
  • TV reception: fair
  • Unfenced water
  • WC (exclusive use)

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0.5 acres

Electric amperage: 16

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Postcode:
YO13 9DS
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GPS:
Lat 54.212454 / Lon -0.549251
OS field ref:
SE952793
OS map ref:
101

Transport links

  • Nearest port: Hull (40 miles)

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Lovely site

Lovely site, faultless
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A great little CL site with graet fishing

Just got back from three nights at Brooklands, a very warm welcome from the owner and her son Will on arrival. Its a very well kept site with 5 large pitches set among an orchard with a small ornamental pond in the middle. I spent three very peaceful afternoons on the fishing pond and caught some lovely fish including Ghost carp and Barble, the pond and surrounding area is very well kept by Will. There is a lovely riverside walk just across the road from the site where we were able to walk our dogs for several miles without seeing a soul. Pickering, Malton and Scarborough are only a short drive and Whitby is only 45 mins. A small amount of noise from the road that passes the site but then if there were no road you wouldn't be able to get there.

Will certainly be going back.

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Pretty little site

We stayed for three nights May Day Bank holiday. This CL. Is lovely, situated In an orchard. the bird song and variety of birds is amazing! The pitches are big and the adjacent fish pond is kept beautiful. There is some traffic noise during the day,but the noise died down during the evening. The owner is friendly and helpful. If there is a downside, the grass is a little long and there are no walks from the site.

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Great CL

Spent six nights here in May. The CL is in the orchard and there's plenty of room between pitches. The lady owner was very nice and helpful.The road that passes the site is quite busy early morning but after that the site is nice and peaceful. Good access to Pickering,Malton and Scarborough (use the Park and Ride at Seamer). The fishing on the pond was excellent when we were there. We would certainly visit again.
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A quiet stop over for us

We stopped here on a Saturday night in June 2012 on our way back from Whitby. It was a wonderfully peaceful site in comparison to the busy half term Whitby. There had been a lot of rain prior to our visit and the kind lady running it showed us that the ground was pretty wet and slippery so she was happy for us to park up our motor-home on the gravel of the driveway adjacent to the farmhouse which overlooked the orchard which was the Caravan Club CL site. There was a handy hookup available so we were quite comfy. There is a fishing lake at the farm which local anglers use and of course caravaners who no doubt book here for the fishing. A previous reviewer mentioned a busy road adjacent to the site. The country lane that runs past the farm was far from busy when we stayed there. The farm had at the time another small field which it used for non Caravan Club members but we were only aware of it when we went for a walk and it in no way impeded onto the CL site. Due to the rural location I would advise everyone to take note of the owners directions, as the postcode when put into a sat nav only brought us to a point a about mile from the farm itself.

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