Cawood Park, North Yorkshire

Peace and Tranquility at Cawood Park

Set amongst 12 acres of parkland with its own lake, family run Cawood Park is ideally situated to help you make the most of this outstanding area of North Yorkshire and only 9 miles from the centre of York.

Whether you have a tourer, or want a private holiday home, Cawood Park, open 12 months of the year, is the ideal location to fulfil your holiday dream. You can take time to unwind in the bar, relax on the terrace, take one of the many local walks, or simply sit by the lake and watch the world go by. If your feeling a little more energetic, why not take a dip in their heated indoor swimming pool. There is also the handy ‘Corner’ shop which will hopefully cater for all your daily needs.

By owning your own Caravan Holiday Home, you can enjoy the park facilities, its lakeside setting and convenient location whenever you choose. The weekend is cabaret time. If you have had a busy day and want to find entertainment closer to home, then Cawood Park has a great entertainment line up every weekend. Or why not have a drink in their beer garden whilst overlooking the tranquil lake. Sit back and relax in their newly refurbished clubhouse and sample some of the wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks whilst you listen to live music and comedy.

What to do?
For many years York has been a centre for trade, tourism, pilgrims and raiders alike! Aside from the many shops and restaurants there are many different museums and attractions.

The Jorvik centre recreates Viking York, complete with all the sights and smells from centuries ago. Or why not pay a visit to more recent times at the Castle Museum where carefully recreated Edwardian and Victorian streets and shops help bring history alive. You could visit the magnificent Minster, a site of pilgrimage at the heart of York for centuries. Alternatively if horse racing is your thing then why not visit the award winning York Racecourse, a venue for racing for 300 years.

York is also home to the world’s largest railway museum; see the full history of trains including The Rocket, The Mallard, Queen Victoria’s favourite carriage and the Japanese Bullet.

For more information:
call: 01757 268450