London, UK (PRWEB) October 23, 2011
The £1.9m acquisition and development of Bridlington Caravan Club Site is already confirmed to be a great hit with guests - since the site opened to the public, around three-thousand people have experienced the new site.
With seventy hard standing pitches, set in seven hectares on a gentle slope, surrounded by maturing woodland and with a view of the ocean, this site is accessible to Club members and non-members. Bridlington Caravan Club site is yet another beautiful destination for caravanners to visit.
In addition to the Club's sensitive strategy to site improvement when it comes to assessment and encouraging biodiversity, Bridlington boasts a whole host of energy-efficient features which go above and beyond the legally required carbon reduction standards, and come as close to CO2 neutrality as possible. Caravan Club hope that this will result in an enticing and beautiful place to go for both visitors and wildlife.
The site is open throughout the year and is an ideal base for caravanners to explore the area. Attractions include Bempton Cliffs-one of England's top wildlife attractions and the breathtaking Flamborough Head or visitors may enjoy the seaside delights of Bridlington featuring its famous sandy beaches and seafood restaurants.
The development of the site from an empty field to complete caravan site was featured in a sequence of articles in The Caravan Club Magazine.
Lawrence Bate, The Club's Director of Marketing says that "Bridlington Caravan Club Site offers a soothing escape for guests to this beautiful part of Yorkshire," and added "we are also providing a much-needed service and will incorporate 140 storage pitches in the development."
The Caravan club was founded in 1907 and provides practical, unbiased advice and services for its members including technical information, a legal helpline, free classified advertising and a range of insurance products and financial services through its motorhome insurance comparison site.