We've spent two short breaks at Cayton Village this year, in April and August and have loved it both times. It's a very well laid out site, we were on the top field the first time and the lower one more recently - yes, some of the pitches in the upper area are a bit sloping but we had no problems. The main draw for us is Cayton Bay beach - a quick bike ride or 20 minute walk to a large expanse of fine sand, lots of space to spread out and lifeguards ensuring safe areas for swimming/surfing. And having just been to Cornwall too I can confirm the North Sea is no colder than off the south west coast! There's a surf school and 'Lucy's beach shack' selling teas, ice creams and buckets and spades etc and nothing else, which is exactly as we like it. We also cycled into Scarborough one day and Filey the next, both easy routes without needing to be on main roads. There's a large Morrisons about 2 miles away, again, not a busy road if you want to cycle. Our only niggle is that although the cleaning times in each of the loo blocks have been tweaked, there's still an hour or so with both closed - unlike in other sites we've stayed on this year. All in all though, a great find and we'll definitely be back before too long.