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Visitor Reviews - Reighton Sands Holiday Park ( Haven Holidays)

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Reighton Sands Holiday Park ( Haven Holidays)
Reighton Gap
Filey
North Yorkshire   (Browse area)
YO14 9SH   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
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Pitches: 450
Open: April To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 132 Reviews
              7/10 from 132 Reviews


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Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Flo1974 1 review from this member

Just returned from a reighton sands first every nervy visit. It was only that way due to reading some awful other negative reviews which got me dreading what we had booked. We pitched in the only touring area (area 1) and got a almost level pitch in the middle row. From other reviews I had read I really thought I was going to a mountain side. The back row nearest the golf course wasn't big enough for my 8m caravan and the front row would have required a bit of levelling but the middle row only took one block of wood for the front feet. A lot of people surprisingly didn't even bother trying to get level

Anyway, the toilet block was clean and new and very well kept (several times a day it was cleaned).

The kids loved the zip slide, beach, pool and night time activities and had a great time

The only negatives I would say were the on site chippy was the worst I have ever experienced. The signage to the touring area reception could be better for a first time visitor and the chemical waste fresh water soaked you unless you were on your guard

Other than that it was a really good site and I would go back.

So if you are going don't worry too much

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Goomaks 15 reviews from this member

Came here a few years ago and liked it so came back, did not like it this time. The touring area has been re-located to a new area and we think this is not an improvement. Question? How do you get a 7 metre van onto a 6. 6 metre pitch? Answer you cannot. We arrived just before the warden finished (but had phoned the site to keep them informed). Allocated the last remaining pitch. Tried to set up, could not put the rear steadies down or set up the waste hog at the rear of the van because of the steep banking at the back of the pitch. (pitch 8). What is the point of putting down the size of the van on the booking form if you are then allocated too smaller pitch? Got moved to another pitch a couple of days later. Used the on site chippy, the chips were so full of oil they were hardly edible - seemed as though they had cooked too many and they had been sitting ground for some time. Nice fish and chips at CJ`s in Filey, fish, chip, peas/beans, drink, bread and butter eat in £7. 50. Beverley and the Minster -30 miles, nice. Thirsk - 55 miles (James Herriot Museum £8. 50), Sewerby Hall -6 miles (£7. 00)nice and relaxing. GO BACK NO !

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: SouthYorks 5 reviews from this member

Just returned from an enjoyable weeks stay. The positives are the dog walk which is located just next to the touring site. Itís a decent sized walk as well, around thirty minutes all the way around. The main facilities- pub, shop, swimming pool, amusements etc are a only a two minute walk away, the beach is a ten minute walk away with access via land train for those with walking difficulties. The beach is dog friendly and absolutely huge. We went in half term and still had acres of room to ourselves. The toilet block is bang next to the touring site. The toilets and showers were very clean. The negatives are the touring pitches are very tight and on a massive slope. If you donít have a motor mover you will struggle to get onto and off your pitch. Once you are on your pitch you will need plenty of chocks/levelling blocks due to the slope. The on site shop is a bit pricey, although it is convenient. We used the Tescoís in Filey for most of our shopping. The Pub/Restaurant was absolutely rammed with slow service and an hourís wait for food. We didnít eat there due to this. There are plenty of pubs close by serving decent food. Thoroughly recommend The Bull Inn at Gristhorpe. For a large commercial site it was better than I expected. Our nine year old loved it and would go back again tomorrow. The dog friendly beach and huge dog walk were a big plus for us.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Ange tyrer 3 reviews from this member

Good value for money for a family of 6 during the school holidays considering all fun passes are included. We stayed 4 nights mon-fri and it was under £100 although it was a basic pitch as there are no electric pitches for tents.

We camped in the main field which was pretty even, although it has a fence around it so you cant bring your car onto it. There is plenty of parking around the sides and there are areas around the main field where you can park next to your tent.

The camping area is very open and there is hardly any shelter available which means it can be very windy although the views are amazing. The day before we arrived there had been very strong winds and over 20 tents had been seriously damaged and people had either gone home or had to purchase new tents!

There is only one facilities block for campers which is basic but adequate.

The main attraction of this site for my kids was the swimming pool which has a lazy river outside which they loved. The kids loved the arcades but we were not fussed with the evening entertainment and the one time we did take the kids in the bar it was absolutely packed & boiling hot. Fruit shoots were £1. 80!

We used the site as a base to visit brid, filey & scarborough all of which are nearby.

Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Suzy walker 4 reviews from this member

Basic campsite. Camping field is on a hill which made it tricky to find a plot that was flat enough for the tent. Very busy campsite that was very noisy in to the evenings.

Made full use of the pool and free entertainment. The beach was absolutely gorgeous.

Toilet block was okay but difficult I imagine to keep really clean when there's so many people using it. Could have done with being updated.

All in all, excellent value for money and I'll definitely be back (I'll remember my ear plugs for next time!)

Date of Visit: April 2016 Unit:  Static Rating:
Reviewer: EX BOYSCOUT 5 reviews from this member

We stayed here from the 17th to the 22nd of april and found the site really to our liking, we were in a static but looked around the touring pitches and thought they looked very good.

The toilet block was clean tidy and well maintained.

We only chose this site for its proximity to the beach for our dogs, very good cliff top and beach walks for our four legged friends and the staff are very accommodating of them too, we are going back next year

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