Orchard Farm is a family run park with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Our facilities include an indoor pool, outdoor childrens play area, coarse fishing lake, miniature railway, arcade, a small shop and an adults only lounge bar with attached family room, providing evening entertainment with our resident dj Rio (peak periods only).
With tents, tourers, privately owned static caravans, and self-catering holiday cottages, we enjoy a good mix of clientelle of all ages, and it is our aim to ensure each individual has a pleasant stay with us.
We are located just off the A165 coast road, on the outskirts of the village of Hunmanby, just 2 miles from the fishing town of Filey, and 8 miles from the seaside resorts of Scarborough and Bridlington.
Our location provides an excellent base for exploring all the Yorkshire coast has to offer, with good road links to the many attractions in the area; From bird watching at Bempton Cliffs nature reserve to the thrills of Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo.
There really is something for everyone, and it is our aim to provide all the information you need.
Disabled Facilities: There are no disabled facilities.
General Facilities Include: shop, bar, chemical toilet disposal facilities, gas refills, electric hookups, toilets, showers, laundry facilities, children's play area, indoor pool
Pets are welcome.
From the A64:
Take the right turn for Filey at the Staxton roundabout. Take the right turn for Hunmanby up the steep hill. As you enter the village go straight over the mini roundabout and take your next available left turn. Stonegate goes round to the right. Proceed down the road, passing the Horseshoe pub on your left and the entrance to our park is on the left just before the railway bridge.
Take the A165 towards Bridlington and turn right for Hunmanby after the second Filey roundabout. Turn right after the Royal Oak pub and our park is on the right after the railway bridge.
Take the A165 for Scarborough and take the third left turn for Hunmanby before the level crossing. Turn right after the Royal Oak pub and we are on the right just after the railway bridge.