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.
Reviewed on 17/05/2018 17:28