- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
5 Customer Reviews
"The grass was so over grown onto the path so we had to walk through a swamp to get in and out."
I have never felt so unclean as the mud got worse as the week went on. If I’d of wanted to be in a muddy field I would have camped in a tent. Couldn’t use the nearest door to avoid most of the bog as there wasn’t a mat to wipe your feet. There was no charger for the vac so couldn’t clean up properly. The doors to both bathrooms don’t work and if you shut them you get locked in, so no privacy at all! All in all not a brilliant experience and will not be going back.
"We had a really nice time."
Great location a lot of what we need was close by. The only problem I would say would be the bottom of each set of steps needs some paving/slabs as it’s grass and with the rain it got really muddy and slippery. And maybe the toilet door to be looked at as it was difficult to open.
"Well positioned, near facilities (can be noisy on a night)."
Shower wouldn't turn off properly and the drain was blocked, however we didn't know until the bathroom flooded. Reported to maintenance and they came within the hour and unblocked it. Otherwise nice clean caravan, plenty of space for a family. Couldn't hoover before we left as the battery was dead and no charger. Would definitely use again
"The caravan was well laid out and the beds were very comfortable,Bed linen a bit dubious,i have never slept under flannelette sheets since i was a child."
The really negative was the cleanliness of the caravan,skirts and some of the floors were below par,and we never used the outside dining area because the cushions were pitted with dirt and stains.Also i like to hoover through before i leave,this i could not do because the battery was dead on the hoover.Small things which did not distract from our stay.
"There are a few small bits that the owner could address, the shower head is split and there is a shelf missing in the kitchen cupboard so the kitchen utensils are on the floor."
Otherwise the caravan is lovely, near facilities and I would use it again.
Thank you for your feedback. We did have a few issues earlier in the year including the showers, thank you for bringing this to my attention, the shower head has now been replaced. Property Owner
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- Four bedrooms: 1 x double, 3 x twin
- Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC
- Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area with electric fire
- Gas central heating with electric fire
- Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge
- Smart TV and WiFi
- Fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen inc. in rent
- Off-road parking for two cars
- Decking with furniture
- Two well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop 1.3 miles, pub 0.4 miles, beach 1 mile
- Note: On-site facilities include: soccer school, sports dome, high ropes course, amusement arcade, multi-sports court, kids’ club, indoor swimming pool, crazy golf course, Boathouse Bar & Restaurant, convenience store and launderette
- Note: passes can be purchased separately from the main reception at an extra cost to use some of the park facilities Towels are not provided
Perched on the delightful North Yorkshire coastline, close to the famous resort of Scarborough, is this charming lodge, Kestrel 13.
This single-storey lodge can sleep up to eight guests and is within easy reach of a lovely beach and many coastal and historical attractions.
Step into the social hub of the lodge, the open-plan living space, where you can look forward to relaxing with your guests in the spacious lounge area and watching a good film upon the Smart TV, continuing the conversation as you cook up a storm in the fully-functioning kitchen with gas oven and hob, before settling down to enjoy the fruits of your labour around the dining table.
Wash away the day within the shower room before retiring to either of four bedrooms to catch some rest, including a double and three twins, each wonderfully presented.
Wake up and enjoy breakfast and your private decking, or return here in the evening for a well-earned drink as you take in the last of the summer sun.
Kestrel 13 is a charming base for relaxing and exploring, whatever time of year Note: This property can be booked with Ref. 1074899, together they sleep, 12 guests.
These delightful, detached lodges are nestled on the fabulous Cayton Bay Holiday Park, just outside the village of Cayton in North Yorkshire. These lodges are well-presented throughout with an open-plan living area with electric fire and patio doors opening to a private decked area with furniture. The lodges also have a combination of double and twin bedrooms with shower rooms. The park itself is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire coastline and boasts a range of superb facilities to keep the whole family entertained. Take a dip in the indoor heated swimming pool, hit the refurbished playground, tackle the high ropes course, develop footballing skills at the Chelsea Soccer School, head to the Arts and Crafts Den if you fancy getting creative, tee off on the crazy golf course or enjoy a hearty meal at Boathouse Bar & Restaurant. Out and about there’s plenty more to see and do – pack a bucket and spade and wander down to Cayton Bay Beach, or take the four mile trip to Scarborough where you can discover a wealth of attractions for all ages. Explore a number of local farms and parks in the area, including Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park, Playdale Farm Park and Bridlington Animal Park, where you can enjoy precious moments with your favourite animals, whilst those seeking a bit of adventure will love the Flamingo Land Theme Park, home to one of the world’s steepest roller coasters! After a day of exploring, these wonderful lodges are an ideal place to unwind, recharge and feel rejuvenated.
About the location
Scarborough 4.1 miles; Filey 4.6 miles; Malton 21.4 miles
A modest village and civil parish in the Scarborough borough of North Yorkshire, Cayton makes the perfect choice for a coastal escape, with a good range of amenities and attractions both within the village and in the surrounding areas. The village boasts historic evidence of its past during the Second World War, with coastal eroded pillboxes being evident around the area, there are plenty of hidden gems to discover. The village hosts a good selection of pubs and shops, perfect for a self-catered stay, while you can find a wider selection of waterside eateries in nearby Scarborough, a bustling resort town with plenty of attractions to entertain all ages. Explore the rich history of the area at both Scarborough Castle and the Rotunda Museum of geology, or enjoy a traditional day by the sea with a plethora of places to reminisce with amusement arcades, ice cream parlours, seafood stalls and beach huts all settled along the sandy beaches of the town. Enjoy a scenic stroll around the wonder of Peasholm Park, or embark on an even more wondrous outdoor adventure amidst the North York Moors National Park, home to one of the largest expanses of heather moorland, here you can expect to find remarkable landscapes, wonderful wildlife and plenty of heritage delights all scattered around a range of walking and cycling routes for all abilities. In reach of Filey, Flamborough and Malton too, there's plenty to explore whilst holidaying in the village of Cayton.
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