Bridlington Club Campsite | Yorkshire
AD | review – just a few miles outside of Bridlington on the Yorkshire coast is Bridlington Club Site: the most lovely Caravan and Motorhome Club site. Located in the middle so many stunning places to visit it was at lovely quite slice of caravanning peace and also the location of our half term adventures.
We had never taken the caravan so far from home, but as we are hoping to get even further afield later in the year, we thought it was a great opportunity to see how out set up (and kids!) faired on a 4+ hour journey. I’m so glad we did as we really had such an amazing week.
About Bridlington Club Campsite
The thing that struck us immediately was just how quiet the site was. There were plenty of families around and plenty of kids out and about on scooters and bikes, but it felt very spacious and peaceful. A lovely place to unwind and just relax.
Set in 30 acres on a gentle hillside, there are 149 touring pitches and 6 tent pitches. There is a good bus service nearby, enabling you to easily reach attractions in the surrounding area without the need for a car. However, if you are happy driving around, the roads and access links are all very accessible.
The beach top cliffs are a 30 minute walk from the site through a golf course, and then a quick walk through a lovely woodland space. This brings you out by the pedestrian entrance to Sewerby Hall and just next to the Land Train station which brings you into central Bridlingon.
Facilities at Bridlington Club Campsite
One of the things we love about booking a Caravan and Motorhome Club site is that we know the facilities are going to be of a very high standard and the Bridlington Club Site provided that and much more. The pitches were well serviced, level and well maintained and the toilets and showers were plentiful, accessible and cleaned regularly.
The Bridlington Club Site also had a fabulous information hut giving lots of information about the local area we well as a book swap and DVD rental shelf where you could borrow a film for a £1 donation. This was such a lovely touch and the kids loved popping in to take a look.
There was a brilliant park on site that was secure for the kids to play in and there was also a new basketball and football pitch up by the tent area which the Boy especially absolutely loved.
What we did nearby
We did so much!!
A visit to the beach in Bridlington was of course a must do and the kids loved spending the day playing in the sand. They did risk the sea despite it being incredibly cold and didn’t last very long in the water!
Sewerby Hall is a must see if you are in the area. This grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens and is beautifully maintained. When we visited there were plenty of games and activities for the kids to get involved in and they even had a little zoo to explore. The kids were amazed to be able to get so close to the animals who were so friendly. The zoo team also deserve a special mention as they were so engaging and passionate about what they do.
Flamborough Head was a must see for this lighthouse loving mama and we got such a special treat as we saw an incredible amount of seals enjoying the beach and playing in the water.
Our final recommendation would be a visit to the RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs which has a visitors’ centre and car park; a family favourite with more than 200,000 birds (from April to August).
Bikes and exploring the local area. The site was so quiet but so family friendly too which was lovely.
What the Bears said
“I don’t want to go home.”
“Can we come back?”
“This place is AMAZING”
Address: Flamborough Road, Sewerby, Bridlington, East Riding, YO15 1DU
149 touring pitches and 6 tent pitches