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Three reasons why Thornwick Bay is the pitch-perfect place to buy a caravan

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A restful retreat set among the breathtaking clifftop views of the Yorkshire coast, Thornwick Bay Holiday Park is a tranquil spot where you can truly relax. The park’s secluded Malham and Ripley areas are being developed to make way for 78 brand-new pitches, each offering enviable lake views, easy access to the site facilities, and two parking spaces for cars. 

These new pitches are filling quickly. If you want to secure your place, book a guided visit with our team today and experience the wonderful Thornwick Bay Holiday Park. 

Reasons why Thornwick Bay could be the park for you 

Thornwick Bay is convenient for visiting the Yorkshire’s many attractions and towns, and the recently renovated complex has its own indoor pool, ShowBar and play areas – or you can just meander down to the coast or relax by the lake and enjoy the abundance of natural beauty the area has to offer. We happen to think Thornwick Bay is pretty special – here are three reasons why owning a caravan here is a good idea.

1. The park experiences

With its owners lounge, gym, and plenty of owners-only events, it’s easy to settle into life as a holiday home owner at Thornwick Bay. The heated indoor pool with paddling pool and slide is a firm family favourite, and owners get their own private access times too, which can be the perfect time to get those lengths in. 

Haven’s famous entertainment programme will but a smile on the whole family’s faces with a variety of shows on throughout the day and evening. You can try your luck at the FunWorks amusements arcade, try out Archery in the Activity Barn, or relax on the terrace at The Lighthouse Bar and Restaurant – ideally located opposite a sand pit and play area for children. And for a real taste of the seaside, nothing beats a visit to Cook’s Fish and Chips.

2. The surroundings

If holidays to you mean strolling along the beach, exploring rock pools and skimming stones into the vast sea, Thornwick Bay will really hit the spot. Life goes at a different pace here, and it’s easy to lose track of time while you admire the rugged clifftop views, spot crabs, or find the perfect souvenir shell. The holiday park is perched on the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast, a short stroll to the secluded beach, and an ideal area for a walk and a photo or two to capture the picturesque surroundings. 

3. The things to do

3. The things to do
Filey: a coastal town close to our hearts

You’ll be spoilt for choice if you decide to head out for a day trip exploring the Yorkshire countryside. Filey, nine miles away from Thornwick Bay on Yorkshire’s east coast, is a great family-friendly option. Quieter than Scarborough and Whitby (which we also suggest you make time to visit), it’s a former fishing village that still retains a relaxed seaside feel. You can also hop over to snap up some incredible seafood in neighbouring Bridlington, a short 15-minute drive away, which is the UK’s biggest shellfish port and affectionately nicknamed ‘The Lobster capital of Europe’. Sample it for yourself at The Lobster Pot on Kingsgate. 

These new pitches are filling fast! 

Does Thornwick Bay sound like the pitch-perfect park for you? Don't miss out on your space! Book your visit with our team today.

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