We've stayed here a few times before and like the location and the facilities. Easy access to the coast and the North York Moors, and not too far from larger towns and cities such as Hull, Scarborough or Whitby. Local roads have pavements so it's safe and easy to walk into Bridlington, or up to the golf course and onto the coast path if it's not too wet. The Ship Inn at Sewerby is lovely and only 20 minutes walk, food and drink both good. The Martonian is nearer, food looked good but we only dropped in for a drink. There are plenty of other places to eat and drink in Bridlington, both in the town and along the sea front which is a lovely place for a long walk. The golf club accepts non golfers for food and drinks, but watch out for the opening times. Site facilities were always clean and tidy, like the fact that the showers are temperature adjustable. I would like more serviced pitches, we booked at quite short notice and couldn't get one for the full duration of our stay. Rather than move mid stay, we just had a standard awning pitch which was fine. Some are larger than others so choose carefully to get the best space! TV reception from the bollard was fine, although missing a few channels. The free wifi worked well, Mobile reception on both Three and O2 was a bit erratic. Lots of rain whilst we were there and many of the pitches had standing water. Some, at the bottom nearest the entrance, were flooded after heavy overnight rain. It's been like this since the site opened so watch where you pitch is the forecast is for rain. Overall, a lovely stay in spite of the weather.