Co-ordinates: 54.131645N 0.13.7854W
Address: Wold Farm Caravan and Camping Site, Bempton Lane,
Flamborough, Bridlington, YO15 1AT
Good for visiting: (click to read my relevant posts) Filey, Scarborough, Flamborough Head & Bempton Cliffs, Bridlington, Aldbrough, Beverley, Hull, Spurn Point, Robin Hood’s Bay, Whitby – I could go on..!
Phone & e-mail: 01262 850536 email@example.com
Date Visited: July/August 2017
Questions:- (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Swift Kontiki 669 tag axle – 8.56m)
What are the pitches like?
Grass. Pitch determined by where electric is. Good size but blocks will be needed. Can get muddy when it rains, but not a major issue.
Is there water on each pitch?
No – there are 2 taps and another in the pipeline.
What is the electric like?
16A– we had no problems.
Drain with the CDW and rubbish bins behind the toilet block
What’s the site access like?
Good access from the road. The final approach is about 3/4 mile up a narrow single track farm lane.
What are the Sanitary facilities like?
Toilets: 2 ladies, 2 gents and 2 unisex – cleaned regularly
Toilet paper provided? Yes (and plenty of spare) Showers: 1 ladies and 1 gents – £1 for 6 minutes
What other facilities are there?
Bins and CWD
Footpath to the cliffs (and the birds!)
Is there any internet; if so how much and how good?
No internet on site, but very good signal if you have your own.
There is usually somebody there to welcome you, if not there is a clear sign for reception – just knock and somebody will be with you. Very friendly welcome – these owners care.
How much is it?
We paid £19 per night including electric.
What’s the area like?
This is a lovely area. There is so much to do! Lots of walking and/or cycling. Some beautiful beaches and old fashioned seaside resorts. The towns/cities of Beverley and Hull, the Yorkshire Wolds and you’re very close to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. You won’t be bored!
The views are just stunning.
We didn’t like so much:-
We had a fair bit of rain and therefore some muddy conditions – please remember that this is a working farm. Take your wellies and be prepared and it’s really not a problem.
We headed down to Cornwall. Where we pitched up next to a family who lived 10 minutes from Flamborough!! And there are an awful lot of campsites in Cornwall 🙂