We have just returned from Cliff House Farm, a CL site that I’ve wanted to visit for a few years now. We had a warm welcome from Mrs Dawson on our arrival and she explained where everything we needed was. A very basic CL no EHU and your basic fresh waterpoint and waste water points and the usual bins. That said the site is situated at the end of a field were the grass is cut short and well maintained, the wow factor is the sea view looking North towards Flamborough Head on the sweeping Bridlington Bay and to the South the offshore Wind farms towards Withernsea. You could spend lots of time just watching the fishing boats and the sea birds flying past. Mr Dawson showed me a photograph of a pair of Cranes that he had seen earlier that morning in the adjacent field , I was amazed however on investigation Crains have been breading in Norfolk and have also been spotted in Suffolk and East Yorkshire. There is a Crain breading project at Slimbridge in the West County. There are lots of wild birds to see on this site and not to mention the chickens that roam the field near the farm. Definitely recommend this secluded site just the ticket to unwind and the wait did not disappoint! Thank you Mr & Mrs Dawson for making us so welcome.