Britain’s first resort, Scarborough is just five miles up the coast from Lebberston Touring Park. Boasting a spectacular medieval castle perched atop its headland, four theatres, bustling shopping centre and market vaults. It’s award winning gardens are beautiful and the querky Japanese themed Peasholm Park plays host to a unique miniature naval battle re-enactment during the summer.
Filey is just minutes away and is the quintessential English seaside resort with its seven mile sweeping crescent of golden sands, donkey rides, crazy golf and seaside amusements. Offering award winning gardens, it is also the start and finish point for the Cleveland Way and the Yorkshire Wolds Way.
If you’re looking for a leisurely day out, how about visiting the elegant promenades of bright and breezy Bridlington? With its sandy beaches, award-winning promenades and historic harbour, it’s awash with kitsch traditional entertainment. Visit the funfair, amusements and donkey rides on the beach for a traditional British day out at the seaside.
This delightful market town is just half an hour inland from Lebberston. It is home to the world renowned North Yorkshire Moors Railway and has the thrilling rides and exotic animals of Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo nearby.
We are so spoilt in North Yorkshire to have so many beautiful market towns and villages. Malton is a bustling town with the rural community at its heart. It is one of the few places left that still have an active and busy livestock market where it is fascinating to see cattle bought and sold. Malton also has a regular market every Saturday where you can buy all the usual bits and bobs and local produce from the friendly stallholders, all at very competitive prices!
The Yorkshire Wolds is a swathe of rolling picturesque landscape and the inspiration for many artists including world renowned David Hockney and wildlife artist Robert Fuller. It sweeps seamlessly from the east coast, taking in the Vale of Pickering and the Vale of York and is home to lovely villages and market towns. The area is rich in archaeological remains and there are a profusion of neolithic, bronze age and Romano-British sites extending across the entire Yorkshire Wolds area.
A little further afield but within easy reach is the magnificent city of York. An absolute must for anyone visiting our area it is less than an hours drive away. If you want to let the train take the strain our local station is a ten minute drive away and has ample parking and every Friday from mid July to mid September the Scarborough Flyer steam train is the way to go. Once there absorb the phenomenal history of York, dating back to the first settlement of the Romans in 71AD.