Caravan/Mobile Home | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Welcome to Whitby Coast Caravans... A choice of 3 luxury static caravans situated on the 5 star Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Park all with panoramic Sea Views.
Positioned 3 miles from the historic fishing port of Whitby and 2 miles from the smuggling port of Robin Hood's Bay on the East coast, Whitby Coast Caravans offer luxury static caravans for hire with picturesque views of the sea.
The Park is situated over looking the sea and alongside the Cleveland Way coastal path and National cycle trail which runs along the east coast. Beaches are within easy reach along with many other places of interest within the North Yorkshire National Park.
The Salisbury caravan has been privately owned since new and are fully equipped and maintained to the highest standard including central heating, double glazing, decking with patio furniture, fridge/freezer, LCD television, Sky TV (freeview channels), a DVD Player and a selection of board games for those wet days. Bed linen is also included at no extra charge.
The Salisbury is our largest, highly specified feature-packed luxury holiday home with an open-plan living area and spacious bedrooms, the Salisbury is a stylish blend of fresh modern design with extensive sea views and is ideal for families or couples alike.
Static caravan holiday home accommodation with a touch of luxury...
Sorry, No pets (Park rule), No smoking, No same sex groups or groups under the age of 25.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Robin Hoods Bay 2 km|
|Nearest Amenities||100 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest railway: Scarborough 20 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Climbing frame, Swing set|
Whitby is perhaps one of the most picturesque ports along the East coast of England. The East cliff is dominated by the magnificent cliff top ruins of the Abbey, with its famous 199 steps that lead up to the parish Church of St Mary, one of the finest Anglo Saxon churches in the country. Its church yard is famous for providing the setting from which Brahm Stoker wrote his classic novel - Dracula. The steps lead down to narrow alleys and quaint cobble streets. The busy quayside, is littered with small terraced harbourside houses and small crafts, curios, and antiques shops filled with treasures. These and many other historical attractions make Whitby a very interesting, relaxing, fun and educational place to visit, at any time of the year.
Robin Hoods Bay is well known for its stories of smugglers who made good use of the many passage ways and inlets around the bay. Cars are prevented from driving down to the bottom of bay which is very steep, although there are ample parking spaces at the top. Robin Hoods Bay has many quaint book and antique shops as well as a number of pleasant eating options. Travelling North from Whitby, Runswick Bay is a picturesque location and like Robin Hoods Bay it has a rather steep hill leading down to the shoreline with a quaint village set in the the hillside.
Inland the North Yorkshire Moors provide wild, unspoilt scenery. The moorland village of Goathland is the setting for ITV's 'Heartbeat' and its station the setting for Harry Potter's 'Hogsmeade Station'. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs from Pickering to Grosmont and has theme weekends throughout the season - Wartime, Wizard, Thomas the Tank Engine and many more. Park rangers provide interesting walks relating to the wild life, history and geology of the moors and coast. In the villages are workshops making fine furniture, stained glass objects, pottery, candles and toys to name a few.
There are the market towns of Pickering, Scarborough, Malton and Kirkbymoorside to browse around. Agricultural and village shows are held throughout the summer. Country Houses and stately homes pepper the countryside. There is Castle Howard (setting of television's Brideshead Revisited), Nunnington Hall, Sledmere and Burton Agnes.
Eden Camp is a very interactive modern history theme museum. This exciting attraction is housed over 6 acres of interactive living history. There is so much to see and do it is worth allowing 3 to 4 fours hours to experience it all. Flamingo Land is a short drive from Whitby and is an attraction for all ages. As well as a large zoo the theme park's funfair features rides guaranteed to provide an adrenalin rush for all ages.
There are numerous outdoor tree top activities to be done at the nearby Dalby Forest which attracts walkers, cyclists or maybe just take a drive through the Forest (there is a road toll) to take in it's renowned splendor. You will also find another attraction in the Forest - Go Ape where you can climb the trees and slide accross high wires, crawl through tunnels, cross rope bridges, walk the planks and zip down to the ground!