Cayton Village Club Site

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This is going to be good...

There are some things you can immediately deal with and others take a little bit of time. For starters the site is immaculate. Grass and pitches pristine, play areas brilliant and staff fantastic. Everything is as it should be, the location is perfect and the layout such that there’s space for everyone form families to ‘quiet’ pitches. It’s fair to say that the facilities need updating and CAMC are very upfront that its due for renovation. Don’t let that put you off. Yes, they are not entirely modern but they are not at all bad. perfectly useable and kept as the rest of the site. Come the refit this site is going to be brilliant. For now it’ll have to make do with very good indeed
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Very lovely site

This was the first time we had stayed on this site, we really enjoyed it. Its very peaceful with large pitches. The dog walk was lovely to be on as its also like a nature trial. The location is great for all the places to visit on that coast, we are already looking forward to our next visit. The 16amp supply was great as was the TV reception and WIFI. The toilet facilities were very clean and warm, I personally use the caravan shower so cannot comment on the water temperature or pressure. But the husband says they were fine. We are looking forward to our next visit.

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Mustn't Grumble

I feel I mustn't grumble (but I will) as this site is new and due for upgrading and although it looks good there was much that wasn't working well at present. There is no CAMC signage to the site so make sure you have the right name due to other sites nearby. We had a nice welcome but no information so discovered the 10 amp supply and the intermittent electrical fault later. The motorhome service point was out of action. There are only a few white peg pitches (most pitches are serviced) so finding a pitch needed a couple of site circuits to avoiding the more difficult sloping ones. So why did we go? We were taking a route down the NE coast and Cayton was our last stop off. The village has two shops, two pubs and a fish and chip shop, a short walk away and we had a meal in the older style pub. The beach is a slightly longer walk, about 20 mins to a foot tunnel under the main road and then there are two routes down to the beach, beware of mud slips on the cliffs. There's plenty to do in the area and the frequent bus service is excellent between Bridlington and Scarborough, the bus stops outside the site.
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First trip with the van

We stayed here for the October half term first time away with the caravan. On arrival the staff were very pleasant and let us book an extra night, the pitch was hard standing with water and waste, people were helpful and always spoke very clean and very tidy. There is a small park for children that is enclosed to keep them safe, toilet and showers were clean but you had to hold the button for continues water...not a problem. The warden always spoke when walking round, the only people i found mainly complaining was the seasonal pitches that were asked to move off for the winter but all the touring people we spoke to loved it. Would highly recommend it and we will probably return next October...thanks for a great first time experience. The Springett's

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Quiet Site with adequate facilities

Stayed here for three nights at half term with our grand children. Site is very quiet and is in a good location for access to Yorkshires East Coast. Village five minutes away, although don't expect too much out of season. Pub was closed when we tried to eat there !!! we resorted to the Fish and Chip shop and they were very good. Bus outside site goes to Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington and is every 20 minutes, better service than we get at home !! Grandkids loved it nice little play area and although the weather was typically East Coast we had a great time. It will be a great site when upgraded in 2019 but until then it is more that adequate.

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Pleasant quiet site, great location

I knew this site from many years ago (30 ish). So obviously it's changed a lot. Personally I can't see what some of the other reviewers were complaining about. The site was clean and tidy. The shower blocks were also. I get the slight niggle about the shower controls , but they're the same as many other sites. Sometimes they stay on long enough sometimes they don't. I just lea against it while showering no big deal. The two ladies who greeted me were friendly and informative, giving me a map of the site and pointing out locations of dog walks and exit to the village, which to be fair was well signposted despite what a other reviewers have said ( and always was). I would highly recommend this site. 5 mins walk to the village and about 10 mins to lovely Cayton Beach. What's not to like. I will definitely be going again!
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Inconsiderate dog owners

This is second time we have stayed at this site and won’t be the last as the location is fantastic howerver this time there were 3 caravans near us with dogs who just let the out of the awning around 7am on a morning not on a lead then had to spend about 20 mins each morning shouting of the dogs to try and get them to come back not only is this inconsiderate to people still sleeping the dogs were running round not on a lead so probably making a mess for someone else to have to pick up the dogs barked constantly the owners didn’t seem to have any control over the dogs at all

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Our stay at Cayton holiday park

Having stayed here three times already this year ,we have found the site ideal for us as motorhomers within close proximity of shops,pubs and a regular bus stop directly outside the site obviously not up to the usual standards of CAMC sites due to it being in transition.Pete, Janet and crew are doing a fantastic job under trying circumstances and we’re sure once all the changes are completed it’s going to be premier caravan site. They are working in the interim to ensure your stay is a pleasant one , so can’t understand why all the negativity due to the situation they are in ,the site fees reflect this ,looking forward to our next stay there .
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Nice site perfectly situated

I really can't understand the negative reviews for this site - Yes it is not up to Club standards but they only bought it in March - regardless of this it is still a nice site We were there 5 nights and had a great experience, on arrival we were checked in by a friendly lady warden, and our pitch was quite a distance from reception on the Laurels. Pitch had electric, waste, water, and TV connections - as others have said the pitches are quite narrow, but long - we had no problems pitching the van and awning. The toilet block was clean and warm, showers are push button, but again no problems encountered - I am sure when the club have a chance to make improvements they will, but at the moment it is a perfectly acceptable site, the wardens we encountered were all friendly and hard working - always had time for a chat and kept the site neat and tidy. All of the seasonal caravanners we met were friendly - and the site itself had a nice friendly atmosphere. A 5 minute walk takes you into Cayton Village, and a 30 minute walk takes yo to Cayton Bay. There is a bus stop right outside the entrance, and the Scarborough park and ride is about 2 miles away. From here you can visit coast, moors, and the Wolds - and the site will be even better once improvements are completed

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Nice peaceful stay

Recently had a 5 day stay on a super pitch with tap, drain tv booster in addition to electrics. Pitches are not as wide as we are used to but long enough to have awning and car on same side. With these pitches did not need Motorhome service point and fees were very reasonable. It is harsh to criticise the club when they have only taken over recently and clearly there is much to be done and I did see several people walking round with clipboards surveying various aspects. It does demonstrate how spoiled we are with the standard of our club sites generally and how much we take for granted. I would say top priority for me would be to replace the push button showers and put in wire baskets to hold toiletries. Just as shower gets up to temp it shuts off and there are no wash cubicles. Overall site was very quiet and ideal base for touring Yorkshire coast and moors and Cayton beach ideal for dogs. There were gales whist we were there but site is well screened by trees and seemed well sheltered. Overall good value stay and would use again.
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