A five star, family-run Yorkshire holiday park situated near the beautiful coastal village of Robin Hood’s Bay in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
Set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
Beautiful coastal setting
Close to Whitby and Scarborough
The Flask Inn with an extensive bar menu
Two bedrooms: one double (en suite) and one twin
Spacious lounge and dining area
Fully fitted and well equipped kitchen
Colour TV with Freeview, satellite and DVD player
Shower room and toilet
Full central heating
Large play park
* No extra charges for electricity or gas used
Each holiday home has one double room (en suite) and one twin room.
Set in the delightful coastal village of Robin Hood’s Bay in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, the Flask Inn Holiday Park boasts stunning views of the sea and surrounding moorland. The Park’s ideal location makes it an excellent choice for those who love exploring Yorkshire’s quaint villages, beautiful countryside and dramatic coastline, and also those who prefer to simply kick back and enjoy the peace and quiet.
You are guaranteed a warm welcome to the Flask Holiday Park by Graham, Jo and Nick, who have owned and run the park for 30 years.
All of the self-catering holiday accommodation at the Flask Holiday Park is comfortable and well equipped, and benefit from full central heating and double glazing throughout. Each holiday home has two bedrooms: one double (en suite) and one twin. The lounge is spacious and has a colour television with Freeview and satellite channels and a DVD player, so whether you like to spend your evenings testing out the local restaurants and pubs or enjoying a quiet night in front of the television, the Flask Holiday Park is the perfect place to stay.
The large play park provides a place for the children to have fun and make friends. It contains safe, robust equipment and there is plenty of space for playing ball games.
Why not spoil yourself and have someone cook for you. The Flask Inn is open from noon serving food all day, we also have 6 bedrooms in the newly opened Blacksmith B&B and cafe.
Robin Hood’s Bay’s rich history is evidenced both through the wealth of fossils that can be found on the sandy beaches or in the Robin Hood’s Bay Museum, and the numerous tales of smuggled goods and struggles at sea which circulate the village. The old area of the village is situated in the lower part of the bay. Here the streets are twisting, narrow and cobbled.
Local attractions include the well-known seaside towns of Whitby, situated 5 miles north, which is famous for its connections with Dracula and Captain James Cook, and Scarborough, situated 15 miles south and known as Britain’s first seaside resort.
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