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Tipis with Hot Tubs in Scarborough – Pinewood Park

Tipis with Hot Tubs in Scarborough

Pinewood Park
Racecourse Road
North Yorkshire YO12 5TG

Tipis with Hot Tubs in Scarborough

To the east of the North York Moors, Pinewood Park offers a selection of accommodation with a Wild West theme. Around 3 miles from Scarborough, the site provides free parking and includes a modern shower block.

Pinewood Park includes cabins, shacks, lodges and wagons, along with some tipi tents. Accommodation is basically furnished, and guests will need to bring pillows, duvets or sleeping bags, except in the lodges where bedding is provided.

Towels, toiletries, a torch and cooking equipment should also be brought by guests. Electricity usage is metered.

The cabins are larger than the shacks and have a mini-fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle, as do the lodges and wagons. The tipi tents are raised off the ground on wooden decks, fully carpeted and have picnic tables outside. Dogs are welcome in all accommodation except the wagons.

Scarborough Castle and the Spa Theatre are within 10-15 minutes’ drive of Pinewood Park. The Flamborough Head Heritage Coast and the seaside village of Robin Hood’s Bay are around 30 minutes’ drive away.

Accommodation at Pinewood Park

Whether you need space for just two people, or a family gaggle, at Pinewood Park we have something to suit you.

All our accommodation is regularly replaced or refurbished so everything is in tip-top condition for your visit, and it’s all heated and fully weatherproof.
Whether you stay in our premier Ranch Retreat, or simply pitch a tent in our camping field, all guests are welcome to use our well-appointed shower and toilet facilities.

All you can spend as much time as you wish exploring the great outdoors on our own seven-acre site, or set out on foot, two wheels, or four wheels to venture further afield and experience all the fabulous sights, sounds and adventures available on your doorstep.

Children (or even adults who are still kids at heart) are encouraged to expend their energy on our play field. A safe, green, and vehicle-free area.

Here where you can climb trees, play hide and seek, fly kites or just soak up the scenery.

We do ask our visitors to kindly observe a ‘quiet’ policy from 10pm, to ensure everyone can enjoy a peaceful night’s rest, and we also request that dogs are kept on a lead while on site.

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