Property Ref: 3261
Smoking Allowed: No
Pet Friendly: No
Disabled Facilities: No
Linen Provided: No
Double Glazing: Yes
Central Heating: Ask
Passes Included: Ask
Short Breaks: No
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Probably the best views on the site can be seen from the windows of our caravan, situated on one of the new developments here at Reighton Sands.
Overlooking the long sweep of Filey Bay, this comfortable caravan offers uninterupted views as there is nothing in front of it - just the sea! Sit on the terrace and watch the ships sail by.
The caravan has three bedrooms, a shower room with wash hand basin and WC, and another separate WC. There is central heating and as we are on mains gas there is no worry of the gas running out. There is also an electric fire in the sitting area where the sea can be seen from every window. The dining area comfortably seats six.
There is a TV and DVD player plus a selection of films.
The kitchen is equipped with all the usual pots and pans as well as a kettle, microwave, toaster, gas oven and large fridge freezer.
Linen for beds, tea towels and towels are not supplied.
A welcome pack is provided so you can have a cup of tea whilst you get organised!
Any date periods marked in red are special offer late deals
This owner has yet to include their price and availability, please contact owner for further details
About the Area
If you do venture out, Filey, Bridlington and Scarborough are close by. Further afield you can visit Hull, Beverley, Whitby or York. Pickering has the terminus for the North Yorkshire Railway and you can catch a steam train to Whitby. The stations of Grosmont, with the workshops, or Goathland for its 'Heartbeat' connections, are well worth a visit. Stop and buy an ice cream at Thornton le Dale and walk along the side of the stream and feed the greedy ducks. There is also a small classic car museum to visit there.
If country houses are your thing, we are well supplied with Castle Howard, Sledmere House, Burton Constable, Burton Agnes.
There are several free museums worth a visit in Hull and York has the Castle Museum and the National Railway Museum. For a walk around, Beverley is pretty and you can visit one of the oldest bars in Britain, Nellies, which still has gas lighting and flagged floors.
Reighton Sands Holiday Park
Reighton Sands Holiday Park has a complex with plenty to do, with the evening entertainment starting at 6pm for the children.
Food can be bought in the Mash and Barrel bar, or fish and chips from the take away. To enter the complex, passes must be bought. However, food can be delivered to the campsite from local take aways - just phone!
For all the entertainment on offer please look at the Haven site.
There are several pubs a short drive away.