Whitby Holiday Park enjoys spectacular views of the North Sea and the Whitby Abbey from its clifftop setting at Saltwick Bay, between Whitby and Robin Hood's Bay, in North Yorkshire.
Static Caravans are available for Sale along with Holiday Caravans for Hire and Short Breaks. The park has a cliff-top Touring Area with Pitches for Touring Caravans and Motorhomes, each with 16 amp electric hook ups and being served by a refurbished Toilet & Shower Block.
All facilities on Whitby Holiday Park are accessible to the physically impaired and a Fully Accessible Caravan is available for hire.
Park amenities include The Family Club providing regular evening entertainment, the Saltwick Cafe and Take-Away serving home-made food, the Laundry, Shop and new Childrens' Adventure Playground. Wi-Fi is now available on park and dogs are most welcome (certain breeds excepted).
With its' fabulous location, and fantastic amenities, Whitby Holiday Park is the perfect place for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday by the Sea or the North Yorkshire Moors.
Excellent local transport links could make a car-free holiday possible here with bus and rail links from Whitby providing transport to all local attractions. Whitby can be accessed from the park via a beautiful one mile walk along the Cleveland Way coastal path or local taxis can take you into town within minutes.
Spring is a wonderful time of blossom, scent and relief after the colder days. Think of all the butterflies blooming, the bees buzzing, and the smell of freshly-mowed grass. Allow yourself to unwind from the hardships of winter forbearance and rediscover how to relax. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Stay 5 Nights At Any Of Our Parks And Only Pay For 3 Nights, From 1st March - 23rd May
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Take away food
- Designated / private parking
- Visitor parking
- Wireless internet
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
- Club house
Great Sea Views
Access to Whitby along Cleveland Way coastal footpath
New path to Saltwick Bay Beach opening May 2010
New Hiring caravans available for 2010
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Once a haven for pirates and smugglers, the cliff-sheltered bays of the North Yorkshire coastline are as beautiful as they are legendary. Whitby is a thriving fishing port with a picturesque harbour and quaint town, its shops, restaurants and pubs full of the character associated with a bygone era.
Nearby Robin Hood's Bay envelops visitors in its cobbled, cottage-lined streets. These lead steeply down to a beautiful beach famous for fossils and its' "Mermaid's Steps".
Runswick and Sandsend also have wonderful beaches, each having a unique character and the timeless appeal of traditional seaside villages.
Inland, the North Yorkshire Moors, now famous as 'Heartbeat' country, is spectacular for Touring. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway being well worthy of a visit for those wishing to view the beauty of the area by steam train. More action and adventure, however, may be sought at Flamingoland Fun Park, or the busy seaside town of Scarborough, with its shops, cinemas, theatres and Sea life Centre. Alternatively, a walk along the coastal footpaths in this area will appeal to nature lovers.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Cycle hire
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Organised Entertainment
- Internet Access
- Games Room
- Leisure Centre
Fossil hunting on nearby beaches; Coastal walks; bird watching; North Yorkshire Moor Steam Railway
Whitby Holiday Park ReviewsUp to overview
14 Nov 2006
Practical Caravan Great Escapes recommended park Awards Issue 2006
Whitby can be a tricky place to park the car, but if you stay at Whitby Touring Park, you can make the bracing clifftop walk into the town and avoid the hassle. The site itself also sits on the cliff, which provides amazing views out to sea and makes this a wonderful setting for a relaxing break.
The site has its own shop, café and clubhouse. The pitches are all grass and are completely flat, despite some terracing.
There is a single washblock, which is large and very well maintained, but it is likely to get very busy in high season. The biggest downsides are that the exposed location can lead to blustery weather and, in the summer months, as with many seaside sites offering good-quality facilities, it can get very busy. Please note that Hobby caravans are only permitted by prior arrangement.
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