ship inn sewerby / bridlington

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  1. dennismartin

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    hi had a ride out to the ship inn today was speaking to charlie (landlord)
    got a bit of info and pictures if anybody interested
     

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    he did mention that there was a rally there i wondered if it was a fun rally
     
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    Might well have been, only have to book well in advance. This one was Motorroamers

    Our boss got £5.50 per night for us
     
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    We had 2 sea fishing trips on the Yorkshire lass too £15 for 3 hrs including tackle and bait not that you need it for mackerel :Rofl1: I caught 21 first time out and won the day :BigGrin:
     
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    £ 5-50 sounds good to me he quoted me £10
     
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    It's £10 if you're not a member but he'll sell you membership at £20 PA that gives you £5 per night all year round.
    £5.50 was what Zoe negotiated for the meet :thumb:
     
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    membership for ??? stop over club
     
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    Yes I imagine
     
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    Rip off,

    Most pubs let you stop for free. I have stopped at quite a few this year.
    I have also stopped on a sea front rally field near Brid for £5.00 a night a couple of months back.
     
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    Membership is for the Motorhome Stopover Club and it's £30 per annum

    The Pub has joined this scheme and charges are £5 for club members or £10 non members.

    It looks like a nice site, not just a pub car park, £5 sounds reasonable to me .. why is this a rip off ?
     
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    Are you sure Jim? I thought it was a member of the Practical Motorhome Nightstop scheme and was, thus, a properly exempted site (like a CL/CS) for up to 5 motorhomes. It's listed as that on the UK Motorhomes site.

    As far as the cost goes, any CL/CS can charge what they like and £10 a night doesn't seem unreasonable to me. If the owner wants to give people a discount by charging £20 up front and then £5 a night that's up to him, I should have thought.
     
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    It's not it's a great spot right on the walking cycling path to Brid . Road train too. Good value.
    Market forces! value 10/10
     
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    you could be right, I was just going by the link on the pub web site .. http://www.shipinnsewerby.co.uk/links.htm

    perhaps he has joined both ?
     
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    Possibly I suppose. I don't think the 1960 Act precludes multiple certification though I would be surprised if organisation B would agree to issue a certificate to a site already certificated by organisation A :Smile:

    I don't know what the MCC/PMH would say if one of their certificated sites were also acting as an unlicensed caravan site :Smile:
     
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    My understanding is you can only be a member of ONE organisation (that holds an exemption certificate ).

    He is also listed in the Motorhome Stopovers but don't think they are certificated, so there is no conflict ..

    The entry in the handbook


    Landlord: Charlie Kilburn
    Profile
    Welcome to the Ship Inn Sewerby. In the Picturesque village of Sewerby on the cliff tops overlooking the bay between the
    seaside town of Bridlington and fishing village of Flamborough. The Ship is a traditional family Pub with log fire in the bar and
    large beer garden to the rear open from 11am we serve food daily from 12 noon. Now available our new 2008 summer Evening
    Menu including our breakfast menu served between 9am and 11am weekends There's a large car park and children's play area
    and Charlie, Louise and staff look forward to seeing you
    Facilities
    What length of vehicle can you have on-site? 35 feet
    How many vehicles can you hold? 5
    Is there easy access to the site?
    yes
    Do you have a freshwater tap outside?
    yes
    Do you have an accessible drain for grey
    water?
    yes
    Do you have an accessible sewage manhole for
    toilet waste?
    no
    Do you have an electric point for vans to
    connect to?
    no
    Is your car park level?
    yes
    Would you allow extra nights?
    yes
    Are there any local shops?
    no
    Is there somewhere nearby for walking dogs?
    yes
     
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    Do you have an accessible sewage manhole for
    toilet waste?
    no


    there is a manhole cover what people use just at the bottom of the site he told me
     
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    he also told me that they had 17 vans there from motor roamers the other week
     
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    Sounds like Charlie boy is bending the rules .. :Laughing:

    and good luck to him


    His entry from Nightstops

    The motorhome parking is on the pub car park.
    Cost: £10 per night. Latest arrival: Daylight hours (phone first and check at bar before parking).
    Water and toilet disposal available. 5 motorhomes only.
    Contact 01262 672374 (11am to 9pm only)
     
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