Families, couples and groups of friends seeking fantastic facilities, an amazing choice of entertainment and a good range of accommodation options should look no further than Blue Dolphin Holiday Park. The site is one of the most popular in the Yorkshire region with many families returning year after year.
Those who like an action packed holiday will be in their element at Blue Dolphin, with a vast array of sports and leisure activities to enjoy. The heated indoor and outdoor pools, football coaching, mini 10-pin bowling and roller disco are just the tip of the iceberg. Children are particularly well catered for here with play areas, kid's clubs, games rooms and organised entertainment just for them. Evenings are just as much fun with a choice of bars and restaurants, a take away and of course the show bar where guests can enjoy some spectacular cabaret shows and the nightly disco.
The location of Blue Dolphin is another big plus point. The seaside resort of Filey, with its long sandy beach is just 2 miles away while popular Scarborough, Flamborough Head and Bridlington are just a little further up the coast. This region has many attractions including The Deep Aquarium, Whitby Abbey and historic Sewerby Hall. The North Yorkshire Moors are also within easy reach and are the place to go for outdoor pursuits including cycling, walking, climbing and fishing.
With no less than 9 types of holiday home to choose from, there is something for everyone at Blue Dolphin Holiday Park. The Prestige holiday homes come highly recommended and are top of the range. At 12ft wide they are some of the most spacious available and have a very luxurious feel. These holiday homes also have extra heating in the bedroom so are a good choice during the colder months. Guests staying in Prestige holiday homes also benefit from early 2pm check in. Superior and Deluxe holiday homes are also available and sleep from 4-8 people. All have everything needed for self catering.
This York attraction is educational as well as fun as you get to learn all about the Viking-Age city of Jorvik. Archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust revealed the houses, workshops and backyards of the Viking-Age city of Jorvik, as it stood 1,000 years ago. You get to travel around in a unique state of the art time capsule. For a more realistic experience you might get a blast of smoke from the blacksmith's furnace. It is recommended that you book ahead during school holidays as this popular attraction gets very busy.
Madhyamaka Meditation Centre a unique and very special centre in the Yorkshire moors offering amazing meditation experiences for experts and novices. The beautiful setting really ads to the experience and the gorgeous grounds are abundant with wildlife including Squirrels, Deer and Birds including Red Kites. The centre is now offering a special weekend retreat for families which includes family friendly guided meditations as well as fun activities such as face painting, games and a barbeque.
Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary is an excellent choice for a day trip if you are enjoying a family holiday in the Yorkshire region. A stroll around this fascinating centre takes customers on a journey beneath the waves and allows encounters with many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep. Everything from the common starfish to the mighty shark can be seen. The otters, seals and penguins are very popular and feeding time is a real highlight. There are also regular talks and demonstrations throughout the day. Outside there is a children's play area and picnic spot but there is also a restaurant onsite. Family tickets are available at just £46.80 but huge savings available by calling into one of the Tourist Information Centres in Scarborough, Whitby or Filey.
No matter where you are staying in the Yorkshire region a visit to Castle Howard is a must. The magnificent 18th century house has a stunning setting in breathtaking parkland with gorgeous grounds speckled with temples, lakes, statues and fountains. The formal gardens are the perfect place for a stroll and the woodland garden and ornamental vegetable garden feature some beautiful displays. Other attractions include the Great Lake where visitors can take boat trips and the adventure playground where the little ones can run around. The house is also open to the public and guided tours are available. Visitors are welcome to bring a picnic but there are also 3 cafes onsite and 6 shops. An adult ticket for the house and gardens is just £13.
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