Yorks/Lincs coastal THSs

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  1. GJH

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    We're considering extending our Saltfleet trip by staying at one or more THSs on the way there and/or coming back.

    Looking in the C&CC magazine there are sites for the period in question at Anderby, Skegness, Whitby, Humberston, Mablethorpe, Bridlington, Ingoldmells, Fraisthorpe, Chapel St Leonards, Flamborough, Cleethorpes & Scarborough.

    Does anyone have any tips as to any which are the best, any to avoid, dangerous natives? ::bigsmile:
     
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    no dangerous natives in Lincolnshire mostly only 'yellowbellys'n they only bite when asked:ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::Blush:
     
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    Anderby I'm not sure how far from the seafront the site is but Anderby Creek is a very small place with good beaches and very little else.

    Ingolldmells Grays Farm about i/2 mile from the seafront and on a bus route to Skeg and [Fantasy Island Large Market and entertainment complex] .Good beach and the usual seaside things Pubs and Slots. Grays Farm gets very busy.

    Mablethorpe Good beaches and traditional bucket and spade old fashioned town.

    Chapel St Leanards The site is adjacent to the beach on Trunch Lane and about !/2 mile from the village It advertises it self as a village by the sea with a green and several pubs, always popular. Its also a few minutes from main coastal bus route between chapel and skeg.

    Skegness Pine Trees on the Boston road just out of Skeg it is on a bus route but probably not as regular as the chapel to Skeg routes which runs every few minutes .Skeg is the usual seaside resort pubs chippies slots with good beaches and very busy in august

    Alan::bigsmile:
     
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    There are a couple of Whitby sites. We like the one that is at the college. It's only 5 mins walk from the harbour. On the playing fields, flat, well drained and you can use the showers in the changing rooms it gets very busy but if full you can park outside the gate and wait for somebody to leave.
     
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    The Scarborough site is atthe top of the hill where they do the hill climb races. Another nice flat playing field where you can use the showers although a bit rough and ready. Evening socials areHeld in the pavilion building - bingo, quizzes, music etc but no pressure to join in. Bit of a hike down to the sea front and quite a climb to back to the van. A taxi is only about 3quid.
     
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    we have CL site 10 miles south of bridlington en route to hornsea complete with farmwalk down to the beach. :Smile:
     
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    Butler's Lane at Flamborough is nice. Peaceful, good walking area range of pubs in the Village. You can catch the Bus into Brid,Filey or Scarborough.
     
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    At least half of those places are in Yorkshire ::bigsmile:
     
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    how far is the beech from your site please .do we get a fun discount :Cool:
    when i have called in your site looks very nice .always very bissey could never get to talk to any one to find out prices ..
     
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    That's quite fitting, as more than half the people in Lincolnshire are from Yorkshire.

    Bloody Grockles:Angry:

    Pete:Cool:
     
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    Confirms what was said on another thread - Care in the community just ain't working :roflmto:
     
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    Where abouts is this site please? Is it near Skipsea?
    Thanks
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    beach is a pleasant stroll, about 5 minutes [check google earth or our website]
    price - £11.50 inc electrics etc, hard standing or grass, oh & we do a pretty good coffee as well!
    am l alllowed to give our website? mrmoos.co.uk
     
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    Mr Moos , weve stopped there a few times. :thumb:
    We have rallied there too. Yummy icecream mmmmmmm nice site.
    Great beach for the dogs to run on. The kids were swimming in the sea , the last time we went , and a little seal popped up its head about 2 foot away from them. Frightened them to death at first. It was only a little thing and it kept coming up to look at them. We'd recommend Mr moos .:Smile:
     
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