Make Cayton Bay the centre of your holiday. Within a short driving distance you will find many attractions large and small, below is just a selection.
You can spend a day at the beach or maybe go shopping.
Bridlington Beach - is a large and wide expanse of sandy beach The Princess Mary Promenade runs behind the beach which is accessed via a slipway. Several car parks can be found close to the beach so it should not be necessary to hunt around for a parking space. Public toilets are located close to the beach
Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary - will take you on a fascinating journey from the coastline to the depths of the ocean.
Flamingo Land Resort - set in over 375 acres, the resort has rides for all the family. It also has the most visited zoo in the UK.
John Bull - world of Rock tour will give you access to the public viewing gallery where you can see rock, biscuits and chocolates being produced.
Eden Camp - originally a prisoner of War Camp, now an award-winning museum will transport you back in time to wartime Britain. Walk around the 33 huts that used to house former prisoners of war, today however they are used to house the many exhibits that tell the story of WW2.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway - a vintage charm and amazing scenery on one of the world’s greatest heritage railways. This line was first opened in 1836 and served the local villages, today this line is again open the the public. Said to be one of the busiest steam train lines in the world, you may recognise it from the TV series, Heartbeat.
Scarborough Fair Collection - fairground rides to Steam Engines and some outstanding Organs from around Europe including the famous Iron Maiden traction engine from the 1962 film The Iron Maiden.
Robin Hood’s Bay, near Whitby - once the centre for smuggling with its hidden tunnels and secret beach access from some of the houses close by. This bay is one of the most beautiful in the country and is very secluded as you would expect. This village has some great views, so bring your camara.