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 are pleased to announce redevelopments at Cayton Village Club Site are now planned to take place at the end of 2019 - later than originally planned but it means you'll be able to enjoy the site for the main touring season.

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 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.

Super pitches at Cayton Village offer different facilities to other Club Sites. They have waste and water services, free private Wi-Fi and a TV booster point, however they are not hedged and there is no chemical waste point on the pitch.

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
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Gaz
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Toilet block

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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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Rollerteam2

Having read earlier reviews we visited the site with some apprehension. Whilst we found that the facilities did not fully match the usual high standards of the club we had a great visit and will certainly return again. Our grandchildren loved the play area and our dog enjoyed the dog walk. The site is well placed to the village. I can recommend the chip shop. It is so handy to catch the frequent buses that pass the entrance of the site for Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington. We had a lovely day on the beach at Cayton Bay. What a lovely beach, without the temptation of amusements etc. It is hoped when the site is refurbished it won't lose its quirkiness. We will visit again
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Don't go until the club has refurbished!

Possibly the worst club site we have ever visited - the location and area are both good, but the toilet blocks are awful - no privacy cubicles, no disabled toilet in the block nearest to our pitch, taps which were supposed to turn off automatically but didn't and so pouring gallons of hot water down the drain (wardens were aware but not really interested). The showers are poor. The site is unkempt, a lot of clearly disused pitches which have been left to become overgrown. The club is refurbishing this site at the end of the season; perhaps reputation should have been put before profit and the site should have been closed until the refurbishment was completed or prices should have been reduced to reflect the reduced standards.

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Fantastic site

Stayed at this site with my family although due to a very unfortunate incident I was hospitalised during our stay so didn't make full use if the facilities for the week. However my partner and baby stayed on for longer than we had booked and the site office were more than helpful in accommodating this for us. We are new to caravanning and the staff offered to help my partner with anything she needed it was a perfect service given the unfortunate circumstances. They were also very accommodating in letting us keep the van on site whilst I made arrangements to get it home. I would reccomend this site to anyone and am sure we will be back to enjoy a longer stay next time. I cant thank you enough for your support.

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Good position, untidy, unkempt pitches

Visited here for the first time last weekend (July 2019) & like the area, central & good for visiting the coast areas. However, we were shocked / surprised by the unkempt pitches - full of weeds. Not well maintained which is surprising for a club site Toilet blocks appear dated - but not sure. The wardens - whilst polite & friendly, were not seen tidying any pitches at all. The car parking on the lorrels, is equally or worse than the pitches - full of weeds etc. Sadly, won't be coming here again.
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Good site marred by unreasonable warden and his deputy

We thought this was a great site. The toilets were clean and tidy and it is in a good location with Cayton village only a five minute walk away where you have two pubs, a shop, post office etc. Also there is a bus stop right outside the site entrance which takes you into Scarborough which is very useful. Unfortunately we had an unpleasant experience with the warden and his deputy. On arrival we chose a grass pitch because it was a large grassy area and we liked the location. I saw the marker and thought straight away that it looked too close to the nearest occupied pitch, so I took the decision to reverse beyond the marker leaving my front offside corner next to the marker rather than the our rear offside corner. This meant that we were further away from the nearest unit and therefore adhering to the 6m rule. There was still loads of room to the rear of our van. On our second morning the warden came over and said that we were not parked correctly because our rear offside corner was not next to the marker. Obviously I explained why I had done this and that if we moved the van (and large awning) forward we would in fact be closer to the next unit and would therefore be creating a safety issue. He was having none of it and insisted that we move the camper and the awning for by 5 meters. This was a massive inconvenience to us because we had the awning all set up correctly and fully loaded with all out things including an inner bedroom for our two girls. Despite it being blatantly obvious that if we did move forward that we would be closer to next door he was still adamant that we move and if we didn't then we would be asked to leave the site. So in the blistering heat we moved all our stuff taking 90 minutes in total. We were soaked with sweat as it was about 30+C degrees at the time. This was totally unnecessary and pointless and we both felt that they were just being extremely awkward and unreasonable. The grass area was enormous and he could have simply just moved the pitch marker to the rear of our van and that would of made us totally compliant with the rules. When we returned from our lovely day at the beach our neighbors had gone and I noticed that the warden had removed the pitch marker from the next door pitch which just went to prove that were correct because if someone had pitched there they would have been too close to us. I don't know why they had taken a dislike to us but we certainly felt that were had been victimized. A real shame because other than that we had a great time at this site.
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