Cayton Village Club Site (REF : CAY)

Mill Lane, Cayton Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3NN

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

We're delighted that Cayton Village Caravan Park joined our network from 1 March 2018 as Cayton Village Caravan and Motorhome Club site. Located just three miles from Scarborough, the site is within half a mile of the magnificent Cayton Bay – ideal for surfing and exploring rock pools.

Visitors to Cayton Village Club site will be able to take advantage of a children’s playground, shop, laundry facilities, nature trail, shower rooms and much more. The local pub, chip shop and village store are just a five minute walk away too.

With Scarborough and Filey on the doorstep, as well as Whitby and Bridlington within a short drive, there's plenty of seaside resort fun to be had and coastal walks to enjoy. The stunning North Yorkshire Moors are also within easy reach, as are the picturesque harbour and seaside towns of Robin Hood's Bay, Runswick Bay, Staithes and Sandsend.

This family-run touring park has been successfully operated and managed since 1989, and for the 2018 season we’ll be running the site in the same manner as the previous owners, enabling us to review and establish the most cost effective way to develop the site in future years.

All members are welcome to make a booking with us this year, but please be aware it may not provide a fully representative Club site experience at this stage. You can of course expect a warm welcome from our own site staff who will be on hand to greet you upon arrival and to ensure you have a fantastic stay with us at Cayton Village Club Site.

Please note: Pitches will be allocated on arrival due to the makeup and layout of pitches on the site.

We look forward to welcoming you on site soon.

 

Things to do on site ...

  • Play area
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Gaz
  • Laundry facilities
  • Toilet block

Prices

Extras

Price per night for extra car: £2.00

Supplements

Pitches

Touring pitch types Awning Without Awning
Standard (electric & hardstanding)
Standard (electric & grass)

Yes

Yes

Non-electric (hardstanding)
Non-electric (grass)
Serviced (electric & hardstanding)

Yes

Serviced (electric & grass)
Super (electric & hardstanding)

Nearby

Walking notes:

Cayton Bay is nestled in- between the famous resorts of Scarborough and Filey and is an area of unspoilt natural beauty and makes an ideal base from which to explore the Yorkshire Coast on foot. See suggested walks at: www.yorkshirelife.co.uk/out-about/walks/6-great-walks-on-the-yorkshire-coast-1-4868788

Supermarket notes:

The closest is Proudfoot Food Store, 1.2 miles away in Eastfield. There is also a Morrisons, 2.4 miles away in Eastfield, and Sainsburys and Tesco 4 miles away in Scarborough.

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Directions

From the A64: Take the B1261 signposted to Filey (at McDonalds and the Morrisons Supermarket roundabout). In the village of Cayton turn left at the Jubilee Hall into Mill Lane. The Park is 100 metres on the left.

From the A165 Scarborough to Filey Road: Turn right at Cayton bay roundabout into Mill Lane. The Park is half a mile on the right as you approach the village. Please only use these directions as alternative routes are unsuitable for towing.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
YO11 3NN
GPS:
Lat 54.235558 / Lon -0.376637
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OS field ref:
TA059834
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Hull (43 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Seamer
  • Shop within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Good now and will get even better

Stayed for a week at the end of May 2018. Good security. All interaction with staff was great and very friendly. Location is good as it is possible to walk to a great beach (20 mins it took us). Short drive to Scarborough and bus service too. Stayed on the Laurels part of the site. These pitches were all fully serviced and further apart than the older part of the site. These pitches only wide enough for van and awning and car has to go at front, but not a problem as good amount of grass between them. The old part of the site was not so good - very little space between pitches and some had no car space at all. I think the plan is to change these next year. Glad we booked laurels. It looked like many of these were fully serviced though. There were lots of seasonal caravans which made the site look busier than it was. I did wonder whether the toilet facilities would struggle if all pitches occupied, but for half term, never had an issue. The toilets were clean and acceptable, but I have seen higher standards at other club sites. Site was very peaceful. A good dog circular walk allowing off lead walk through the trees around the laurels part of the site. Please retain this in your development!! This wasn’t well signposted though and I stumbled on it. I thought there was a large field for walking the dog before I went but this had been the case and the walk of the old site was fenced off to form a short path that really poor and inadequate, so finding the Laurels one was good! However Cayton bay beach is dog Friendly. As we don’t have young children cannot comment on their facilities, but there was a playground. The only visit to the village was to use the post office/shop. We did stop at the Tow Bar pub at the holiday village on the way back from the beach which was OK. Overall a good week and I’m sure this will be a great addition to the club and be very popular.
Caravanner from North Yorkshire

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Will be an excellent site in the future

We stayed on this site for three nights 11th to 14th May. The usual welcome from the wardens who are doing a wonderful job in difficult circumstances. There are a lot of seasonal pitches and the holders think that THEY own the site, they are not happy that the club has taken the site over and make their feelings known. But, as I told one of them, there is an alternative. Don't let that put you off though. It is a nice site and in a wonderful location and, when finished, will be a very popular addition to the club network. The toilet blocks are adequate but nowhere near club standards, having said that they are kept spotless by the wardens. The pitches are not very wide, not enough room for caravan, awning and car side by side, but this will change, no doubt. I was told that half of the site will be flattened at the end of this season and totally re-vamped, to re-open August 2019. This will bring that half up to club standards. Give this site a try. There is a lot to see along that part of the East Coast. Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington are a short distance from the site. Bempton Cliffs bird sanctuary is well worth a visit. If you like steam trains then Pickering and the North York Moors Railway is a little further afield. We will more than likely give this site another visit in the future.
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This is a large site to manage in a great position. The bus stop outside is a bonus. Because of the size and the lack of facilities in Cayton itself ( the local pub is on its last legs, ready to close), C&M should consider building a restaurant/bar/cafe on site.
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Good location and has potential - but needs refurbishment

This is a huge site and has the potential, given its location, to be a prime Club site. Unfortunately it has some way to go. The two wardens are friendly and do their best, but they are clearly overstretched looking after such a large site. Many areas need improvement. The general layout is poor; pitches are rather cramped and badly laid out in some areas, and you have to cross pitches to reach the toilet blocks. The state of the roadways is rather poor, and the toilet blocks are in need of major refurbishment. Although adequate, they are showing their age, and the floor of the gents was at times rather filthy, with dirt trodden around -- although it has to be said that this is largely the fault of the users. At one point there was no hand cream in either dispenser, and the loo roll had run out in one of the toilets. Clearly it's not enough for the wardens to visit the toilet blocks once a day; regular checks are required to make sure that all is in order. On the plus side, it's a peaceful site - there was no intrusive noise from the nearby road, and the birdsong was amazing. It's also ideally located for walks along the coast path to either Scarborough or Filey. Local facilities are limited though. The local pub has stopped doing food, and the fish and chip shop wouldn't win any awards for quality in our view. Given a major overhaul to bring it up to Club site standards, this site has the potential to be one of the prime sites in the network. However it has some way to go yet.
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Great site and excellent location for visiting Yorkshire Coast and North Yorkshire Moors

I had read a couple of reviews before coming, we booked before we knew it was going to be a club site. All I can say is some people haven’t stayed in some of the sites I have, this site was very good in my opinion. We stayed from 23/04 to 03/05. Yes some of the original pitches could be considered a little on the small side but we stayed on The Laurals pitches which I think are newer. They are fully serviced hard standing with loads of room for van awning and car, you also get a large grass area adjacent to the hard standing. The toilet blocks were good, very clean and yes possibly could do with a refresh in the older areas of the site but they have sufficient toilets and showers, plenty of hot water and separate washing and laundry areas. The grounds are well maintained and exceptionally clean and it was very peaceful during our stay. Security is good with auto number plate recognition for entry. The site roads are made from compacted road planings but at 5mph you don’t need the smoothness of a motorway. I have absolutely no qualms about recommending this site and if you don’t find it satisfactory perhaps I could recommend a good hotel as an alternative.
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01723 583171