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South Cliff Holiday Park

Wilsthorpe, Bridlington YO15 3QN England
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Wilsthorpe, Bridlington YO15 3QN England
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roo1000 wrote a review Sep 1
Hampshire, United Kingdom108 contributions52 helpful votes
First time of visiting Yorkshire and Bridlington, really enjoyed staying at this campsite, it was absolutely huge! visited in the school holidays so very busy as you can imaging, but still did not feel cramped, pitches are a good size, and the staff were super friendly and helpful. The toilet/shower blocks were regularly cleaned and water taps easily accessible all around the site. Look forward to returning!
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Date of stay: June 2021
sam wrote a review Aug 2021
Barnsley, United Kingdom8 contributions
loved our stay in a 3 bed lodge here, so clean and tidy, plenty to do. 2 adults and 4 children all very happy with our stay. wish we did 7 nights instead of 4. a lovely walk to a quiet part of the beach that you can then walk along alway to town. also a bus route.
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Date of stay: August 2021
Francine H wrote a review Aug 2021
Teversal, United Kingdom30 contributions13 helpful votes
We changed holidays last minute to the south cliff and absolutely thrilled we did. We have a 2 year old so needed a site with a bit more ummf than normal. We usually book C and M sites,but fancied a change. Check in was speedy, the pitch great enough room for tourer, porch awning and truck to go along side each other, but also room in front of van to park if needed. We ate mostly at our van but decided to go out on night to the lobster pot down the road. We was told at 6:00pm there was no room at the Inn. So went back to site and ate on the onsite restaurant and the food was great , should have stayed in site to begin with. The bar has different entertainment on each night and next door to this is an arcade. There is also an entertainment room for children where they do games and dancing. Loads of space to sit. Beer was great and reasonably priced. Staff were friendly and helpful. It had a really good atmosphere and wasn't overun with chavvy families like some places. The parks were brilliant. Great holiday
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Restaurant is first come first serve, however does get busy between 6pm and 7pm
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Matt C wrote a review Aug 2021
Sheffield, United Kingdom4 contributions3 helpful votes
no frills, comfy, stayed in a few places here all fine. Makki's is good for kids, a few decent beers, food is ok, sometimes good, mostly average but decent and again, got to type 200, so will just say would go again certainly.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Allan_Kennedy wrote a review Jul 2021
Sheffield, United Kingdom21 contributions18 helpful votes
To begin on a positive note, the newly established touring area is large, flat and well laid out with ample pitches and a good scattering of water outlets. The toilet and shower facilities housed in two purpose designed buildings are second to none with all that could be wished for including rooms for the disabled and sinks for washing up etc. All are kept spotlessly clean. The camp is a 15 minute walk from the sea front where park and ride buses are available for Bridlington town centre about two miles away. In an adjacent field on Tuesdays and Thursdays is the so called Strawberry Fields market and car boot, something that we found quite enjoyable. Unfortunately the touring area at South Cliff is not being managed in the best interests of its customers and it is quite clear that the convenience of the management and staff has taken priority. This first became evident on our arrival at reception when we found that we had been allocated pitch 05 situated at the very far end of the field adjacent to a children’s bike track. “Would it be possible to change for one that is more to our liking?” we asked, only to be told quite firmly “no because the camp is fully booked” the inference being that we should think ourselves lucky to have a pitch at all given the circumstances. Next morning as we walked the length of the field we counted over fifty vacant pitches, an observation that prompted us to approach reception with the question “Why, with all these vacancies, could they not have been flexible enough to comply with our request for change?” “We are very busy “ said the manager “and the booking system doesn’t allow us to easily make changes” to which we replied “If that is the case then the system needs updating.” He did go on to offer a different pitch for the rest of our week long stay, something which we declined having by this time erected our awning and unloaded our vehicle. The next annoyance to illustrate the management’s uncaring attitude was that the facilities building closest to us would be locked for cleaning at peak hours around 8.30 am to 11.0 am and also at various times in the evenings necessitating a substantial walk to the other building. Of course we understand the need for cleaning but clearly the work could be arranged in a less disruptive way. Why, we wondered does the whole of the building need to be closed when the four facilities within could obviously be cleaned separately? If full closure is indeed essential then why could the times not be made known and a sign erected that is visible from a distance thus avoiding the frustration caused by walking there only to find the doors locked? As our week long stay progressed we began to reflect that we should have taken the opportunity to move as evening after evening we listened to the thunder like rumble, thuds and screams emitting from the plastic cycle track a few yards away as kids played there sometimes until 11pm. During our stay a couple who took the adjacent pitch number 12 cut short their three night stay after one night due to this annoyance. “Surely” , they said “the track should be placed in the play area at the other side of the field along with the other such items?” Another annoyance leading to our decision to take South Cliff off our list of favourites is the poor quality of TV reception available. Despite all our efforts with adjustable ariels and amplifiers etc the weak signal lead to such frustration that we were forced to resort online viewing . The free WiFi, I should add, was usable but nevertheless a camp of this size should install a small booster ariel to cater for those only having normal digital TV reception. Given the size and price range of this touring area we feel that a small grocery shop and takeaway would be justified but obviously guests are expected to walk to the one in the older camp that is now exclusively for statics. Finally one cannot help but wonder whether more initiative would be evident ar South Cliff were it to be a privately owned enterprise as opposed to a council facility.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about South Cliff Holiday Park
Which popular attractions are close to South Cliff Holiday Park?
Nearby attractions include Bondville Model Village (3.1 miles), Bridlington Animal Park (1.1 miles), and Bridlington Priory Church (2.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at South Cliff Holiday Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at South Cliff Holiday Park?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at South Cliff Holiday Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to South Cliff Holiday Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include Supattra Thai Restaurant, Raffles A La Carte Restaurant, and Burlingtons Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at South Cliff Holiday Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to South Cliff Holiday Park?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Danes Dyke (4.5 miles) and Burton Agnes Hall (4.1 miles).
Is South Cliff Holiday Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.