Make Primrose Valley the center of your holiday. Within a short driving distance you will find many attractions, large and small below are just a selection.
Bridlington Beach is an excellent sand and shingle beach, on the sea front of the town.
Eden Camp an ex POW camp now a WW2 museum with lots of Home Front and Front Line exhibits.
Flamingo Land Resort set in over 375 acres has ride for all the family. Also the most visited Zoo in the UK.
John Bull World of Rock tour will give you access to the public viewing gallery where you can see rock, biscuits and chocolates being produced.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway enjoy a day on the railways with steam trains.
We have friends that are holiday home owners on this site and they recommended it to us, after finding out we had previously stayed at Blue Dolphin which is just a bit further up the road.
We booked a last minute prestige caravan for a week over half term. The weather was against us as we left home, and it rained heavily for the whole journey. (The area where we live actually flooded).
We arrived at reception to be greeted by a friendly lady who went through everything clearly. It was very busy, but they have a separate queue for prestige and platinum bookings which helped to speed up check in time.
We had the opportunity to upgrade to a platinum caravan with sea view for a very small additional fee, and we got allocated a lovely platinum caravan on The Bay. Caravan was clean, spacious and warm thanks to the central heating.
The site has an excellent selection of activities for all to do, but many of them come at at an additional cost. We did some of the free ones, spending most of our days exploring the local area.
The park have a very talented entertainment team, and they did a great job keeping kids entertained in the early evenings. Go Tots, Go Live goes Global to name just a few. I loved the in house production featuring music from Meatloaf and Queen. The singers were incredible! I just wish the live lounge was bigger, as unless you arrived at 5:30, it was very hard to get a table anywhere.
We ate at the Mash and Barrel and Lakeside restaurants. The Lakeside wins hands down. It’s a beautiful venue and the food being served was lovely. They need to look at how they can improve Mash and Barrel to bring the quality up to match. I’d also love to see Lakeside serving breakfast next year.
The lakeside pool was closed for part of the week due to an issue with water temperature, but there was always room in the main complex and we never had to wait. Looks like they had fixed the pool as it was open today (our last day)!
Highly recommend this place and we will be back again in the future. (Already looking at booking again for early summer next year)
This year has been a record year for Holidays in the UK Next year is expected to be even better.