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Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks celebrate 50th anniversary

PUBLISHED: 11:14 23 June 2017 | UPDATED: 15:49 27 June 2017

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks Photo: Natalie Pluck

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks Photo: Natalie Pluck

Natalie Pluck

The parks are nestled in 40 acres of the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park between the historic fishing town of Whitby & the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay.

The Cleveland Way Jurassic Coastline Photo: Natalie Pluck The Cleveland Way Jurassic Coastline Photo: Natalie Pluck

Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks are a 5 star family run park & have been in family ownership since 1967. Both parks are still personally managed today by the third generation of the same family & this year they are celebrating their golden year in business.

The parks are nestled in 40 acres of the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors National Park between the historic fishing town of Whitby & the picturesque village of Robin Hood’s Bay.

Northcliffe Holiday Park is adjacent to Oakham Woods & Stream (a SSSI) & with the Cleveland Way Coastal Footpath bordering the park you can walk along the magnificent Heritage Coast.

The park owners & their dedicated team are committed to maintaining the parks to an exceptionally high standard & great emphasis is put on quality & cleanliness. Their care & commitment to the parks environment is exceptional & has been awarded the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation for the last 20 years. So you can be sure that you are contributing towards a greener holiday when you visit.

What they offer

Exclusive parks offering a 5 star service with quality new & pre owned caravans for sale. A 4 star gold award holiday cottage, along with luxury holiday caravan homes for hire. And an exclusive seasonal only touring park, with a selection of pitches available ranging from standard to premium plus with desirable views. The parks are open from 1st March to 7th November.

What you’ll find on the Parks

The on-site Coast Café Bar has a fabulous seaside themed décor and a beautiful south facing outdoor terrace. The Coast café bar is independently run & is a wonderful facility offering a range of breakfasts, lunches, evening meals & a selection of delicious cakes, all served in a relaxing contemporary coastal atmosphere.

Northcliffe has two play parks for different age groups – both in a specially designated playing area as well as a separate playing field for ball games. Seaview has a tot’s play area.

Improvements & modifications are always high on the agenda & in recent years the family have continued to develop their business. A wonderful outdoor gym was installed in 2015 & appeals to all age ranges, as well as both males & females.

In 2016 the parks also introduced a wildlife walk, featuring 10 different informative wildlife boards which run through both parks, to tie in with the butterfly garden, conservation area & wild flower meadow. They also introduced a ‘Bug Hotel’ at Seaview… all of which are great ways to get the kids exploring & learning from their natural surroundings.

Situated on probably one of the best locations on the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast with breath-taking sea & countryside views. You can enjoy a range of fabulous walks directly from the parks… Whatever your needs Northcliffe & Seaview Holiday Parks can offer you memorable holidays, fun filled, with great scenery, sights & seaside.

www.northcliffe-seaview.com

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