Alan Rogers Review
Lebberston Touring Park is a quiet, spacious touring site and is highly suitable for anyone seeking a quiet relaxing break, such as mature couples or young families (although tents are not accepted). There is no play area or games room, the only concession to children being a large central area with goal posts, so teenagers may get bored. The park itself has a very spacious feel – it is gently sloping and south facing and the views are superb. Of the 125 numbered pitches, 75 are for touring units. All have 10A (some 16A) electricity and 25 are on hardstanding. The circular access road is tarmac, the grass is well manicured and the entrance is a mass of flowers.
Reception is part of a farmhouse style new build, also the home of the owners and their young family. The resorts of Filey, Bridlington, Scarborough and Hornsea provide something for everyone, the moors and the Dalby forest are also within a short distance. This being such a popular area, we feel justified in adding another site to this guide, especially one of such quality.