22/04/2021  •  Holiday Home for Sale

Holiday Home for Sale

Luxury holiday home for sale £49,495 includes decking, siting, TV connection and site fees.
Phone number to call is 01947 881230 during office hours.
Details correct as of 22nd April 2021.

24/02/2021  •  

2021 Roadmap ... Grouse Hill Opening Dates
After the 'roadmap reveal' on Monday, we’ve been trying to get our heads around the guidance and restrictions, some of which will continue until mid-May and beyond.
So, we can confirm the following:
For self-contained, self-catering accommodation (our fully en-suite static holiday home; our fully en-suite holiday cottage; customer’s statics with full en-suite facilities; fully en-suite tourer and fully en-suite seasonal tourers) we can reopen from Monday 12th April 2021 and NOT before.
Please note our toilet, shower and laundry blocks will NOT be open.
For all other accommodation such as camping pitches (electric or non-electric), our Wigwam® Cabins (Big Chief and Running Water - Big Chiefs do not have en-suite facilities; Running Water cabins have toilets & sinks only) and tourers without full facilities, and that require use of our communal facilities, we can reopen on Monday 17th May and not before.
This is when we understand that we can safely reopen our shared facilities for guests to use.
Of course, as with all these things, the above is subject to any further announcements.
We will have our Covid-19 Secure measures in place where needed from 12th April.
From 17th May onwards, Covid-19 Secure measures will also be in place in our communal toilets, showers and other public areas until further notice.
If you have any queries, please get in touch with us by email or phone. You can find our contact details on our website. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Thank you to everyone for your unending patience. We appreciate it and we're looking forward to seeing you all again later this spring.

03/11/2020  •  Sorry ... we are closed from 5th November 2020

Hello from Grouse Hill!

What a year we've all had. The pandemic has affected everyone in so many ways.

And with the latest announcements from Central Government, we are closed from 5th November 2020 for the season.

We would like to thank our fantastic team and our amazing customers for their support this year, which is a year we won't forget in a hurry.

We will update our website with our 2021 opening dates in due course. We've also kept our 2021 tariffs at 2020 rates.

In the meantime, we hope everyone stays safe, stays well and take care, everybody.

01/07/2020  •  Our Covid-19 Safety Measures

Our Covid-19 Safety Measures

Here are our Covid-19 Secure Measures 

We've also been awarded the Good to Go logo, showing we are ready for business!

Communal Facilities 

No more than six people in the gents at any one time.
No more than six people in the ladies at any one time.
No more than three in the utility rooms at any one time.

Family rooms will still be available but must be used as a family group of no more than six persons..
Guests must sanitise hands as they go into the toilet blocks and afterwards. We will provide blue roll and anti bacterial cleaner in each toilet facility for customer to use as appropriate.
When the facilities are being cleaned by Grouse Hill staff, please don't enter these facilities. The cleaning will be staggered as much as possible, so there will be other facilities you can use.
The play area will be open! However children must be supervised AT ALL TIMES. All hands to be sanitised on way in and after using the equipment. 

Arrivals, Departures and While on Site

House reception: is currently out of bounds. If it is after-hours and if the board is up, then customers can phone the telephone number 01947 881230 to gain attention and we will take it from there, adhering to social distancing measures.

Main reception: when open, no more than two people in at any one time, thank you. We will be opening the shop at some point and again this will be no more than two persons at a time. Hand sanitiser must be used before entering.

Caravan seasonals can arrive from 9am. For our static holiday home, cottage and Wigwam® Cabins, guests can check in from 4pm after the 4th July; this will assist with the extra cleaning measures and the new check out times will be 10am. All other arrivals are at the usual times.

Seasonal customers MUST keep a record/ log themselves when they have visited there caravan, thank you.

Other guests will be given an address sheet to fill out at the time of check in. There will still be a charge of be charge of £20 deposit for all Wigwam® Cabin keys keys/remote controls and this is undertaken via a pre-authorisation, so the money is not actually taken but is held until guests return the items on check out.

Addtional Wigwam® Cabin guidance and rules will be given at the time of check in, thank you.

All guest gathering must stick to the social distancing rules, thank you.

As this is all bit new to us all, we have reminder posters, hand washing signs, social distancing signs placed all around the site.

Hand sanitiser at the key pad near the exit barrier. Please ensure you use this, thank you!

We would love our guests to adhere to these (ever changing) rules and assist in us all helping to reduce the spread of Covid-19. Thank you.

23/06/2020  •  Open from Saturday 4th July 2020

Open from Saturday 4th July 2020

Hello from Grouse Hill.

We hope everyone is safe and well!

We are delighted to announce we're open from Saturday 4th July 2020.

We thank everyone for their patience and understanding.

We've extended our season until 30th November 2020. 

We will keep you updated on our Facebook page.



20/03/2020  •  Our commitment to you

Our commitment to you

Hello from Grouse Hill!

We are due to re-open Saturday 4th July 2020.

It goes without saying that the wellbeing of our family, staff and guests are of paramount importance; health and safety are always our top priority; and we are adhering to Central Government and Public Health England Guidelines.

We have a range of measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and these are in addition to our already strict cleaning regimen:

  *   Continued use of premium grade cleaning materials that help prevent spread of COVID-19
  *   Consistent and rigorous high standards of cleanliness and cleaning of our communal areas
  *   Handwashing facilities provided
  *   Regular cleaning of ‘high traffic’ areas such as door handles and similar.

Other measures:

Safe check-in procedure including posters and stickers.
In line with procedures you will need to complete a contact form on arrival 
Closing of some communal facilities such as any shared cooking areas
Keeping shared toilet and shower areas as clean, safe and used in line with social distancing measures/restrictions.
Cleaning of waste points etc on a regular basis.
Even more rigorous cleaning of site, accommodation and other areas.
Contactless payments whenever possible.
Hand sanitisers around the site.
Social distancing to be maintained throughout the site.
In order to keep our own family safe, our house will be out bounds. A phone number will be provided in cases of emergencies.

We look forward to greeting our guests with our usual warm welcome
Thank you to everyone for their continued support of the Grouse Hill We are confident the situation will pass in time.

Many thanks for everyone’s understanding during these extraordinary circumstances.

07/12/2019  •  Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

May we wish all our guests a very merry Christmas and happy New Year ... hope to see you in the new decade!

The new decade already has some exciting events lined up at the Open Air Theatre, in Whitby and along the Yorkshire Coast.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates before we open in March 2020.

Thank you, everyone!

07/09/2019  •  Closing for the season on Tuesday 8th October 2019

Closing for the season on Tuesday 8th October 2019

So it's that time of year again!

Another season under our belts, as the saying goes.

We close for the 2019 season on Tuesday 8th October.

We would like to thank everyone that's joined us this year, and we hope to see you in 2020.

Keep an eye on our Facebook page as this will keep you posted as to the Grouse Hill 'gossip!'

18/08/2019  •  Fylindales Festival 2019

Fylindales Festival 2019

What are you doing on Saturday 7th September 2019?

This is the date for the Fylingdales Festival which includes live music, food, bar and stalls, 1pm to 10pm.

The event includes the Fylingdales Charity Cup, too.

Music will be supplied by Counterfeit Celts, Bongo Man, Dirty Windows, Rough Cuts, Adrian Berry, Jack Maw and Harry Crawhsaw. 

There is also an auction at 5pm.

Venue? It is Barnacres, Fylingdales, near Whitby, YO22 4QH, opposite the Flask Inn.

Free parking and there's also the X93 bus route nearby.

Admission is £10, under teens free.

Sponsore dby Transtools in Scarborough.

Proceed to Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

03/08/2019  •  Events for the Autumn

Events for the Autumn

So if you want to visit us in the autumn, when the weather is cooler, the nights start to draw in and the kids have gone back to school, then you are welcome here at Grouse Hill!

There are lots of autumn events in the area, too.

Events include the Goldwing Light Parade 7th September in Scarborough.

Scarborugh Jazz Festival, 20th to 22nd September in Scarborough.

The Annual Steam Gala on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, 27th to 29th September.

There's also lots happening in Whitby including the Motown Weekend 13th to 15th September and Whitby Sixties Festival on 27th to 29th Septebmer. 

Lots to keep you occupied while you stay here with us!


07/07/2019  •  Events for Summer 2019

Events for Summer 2019

With the autumn now with us, there are countless events taking place in the area.

As well as well-known landmarks such as Whitby Abbey and Scarborough Castle, which host their own events, there's also the North York Moors National Park, lots of museums, and of course theatrical entertainment in both Whitby and Scarborough.

We close in early October so why not stay with us and make the most of the light nights and Yorkshire attractions?



31/05/2019  •  Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence

Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence

We are delighted to announce that we've been awarded the Certificate of Excellence 2019 by the world-renowned travel website, Trip Advisor.

We really appreciate all our guests who've helped make this possible with their reviews and comments. 

Thank you everyone for making this possible. 


18/05/2019  •  Enjoy the seaside!

Enjoy the seaside!

The sound of the gulls, buckets and spades, ice creams, fish and chips ... we can only be talking about a trip the seaside!

Here at Grouse Hill, we have the North York Moors National Park on the doorstep and within easy driving distance we have the seaside resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey.

Scores of events take place over the summer, including Filey Food Festival (June); Seafest in Scarborough (July); Whitby Regatta (August); Whitby Pirate Festival (September); Scarborough Goldwings Parade (September); Yorkshire Fossil Festival (Scarborough in September).

To find out the dates and further details, click the link below. You are spoilt for choice, and this does not include the Open Air Theatre in Scarborough, Whitby Pavilion and other venues that also have a summer programme. Enjoy! 

02/05/2019  •  Tour de Yorkshire 2019

Tour de Yorkshire 2019

For those of you joining us this weekend, it's worth knowing the Tour de Yorkshire Cycle Race comes to the Coast on Saturday 4th May. There will be road closures in place along the Yorkshire Coast. 

To find out more, click the link below.

06/04/2019  •  Scarborough Food and Drink Festival 2019

Scarborough Food and Drink Festival 2019

Love food? Enjoy a drink?

Then get your tastebuds ready for the Scarborough Food and Drink Festival 2019!

This year's dates are Saturday 11th May (11am to 6pm) and Sunday 12th May (11am to 4pm).

The foodie extravaganza is taking place at the iconic Open Air Theatre in the North Bay.

The Scarborough News and Yorkshire Post have joined forces to help bring this event to the coast.

There will be live demos from well-known chefs including Stephanie Moon, James Mackenzie and Rob Green and many more.

09/02/2019  •  Open Air Theatre - More 2019 Acts Announced

Open Air Theatre - More 2019 Acts Announced

We always look forward to the Scarborough Open Air Theatre announcing its new acts for the following summer season. 

The dates and artists due to take place this summer include: Kylie Minogue - Thursday 1st August. Lewis Capaldi returns to Scarborough on Friday 30th August. Queen Machine Symphonic featuruing Kerry Ellis will perform on Saturday 31st August.

The Open Air Theatre is just a few miles south of us here at Grouse Hill. There is parking nearby, plus places to eat and of course the spectacular North Bay with its golden beaches.

There will be further announcements soon, so we'll keep you posted. Details correct at time of posting.


03/11/2018  •  Looking ahead to 2019!

Looking ahead to 2019!

So we've been for over amonth now - can you believe it!

However, that doesn't mean that we're resting on our laurels.

We're already looking ahead at events taking place in Whitby next year. 

Events include The Creedence Collection at Whitby Pavilion on Friday 15th March 2019.

Psychic Sally will also appear at the same venue on Wednesday 27th March 2019.

And the famous Goth event, Tomorrow's Ghosts Festival, will take place in the town on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th April 2019.

Other events include the Whitby Regatta in August and dozens of spring and summer events throughout the high season of 2019.

So ... join us here at Grouse Hill to enjoy some fabulous events on the Yorkshire Coast. 

30/09/2018  •  What A Season!

What A Season!

The Yorkshire Coast has had one of the best summers in years!

Scarborough's Open Air Theatre welcomed some great names, including Britney Spears, James Arthur, Texas and James.

The attraction has now closed for for this year. We're waiting for the 2019 acts to be announced, and we'll keep you posted.

In Whitby, the annual Regatta was a huge success and there were some other fabuolous events, including the Goth events in spring and autumn. 

As we are within the North York Moors National Park, then we would encourage you to make the most of this beatiiful location. There's so much going on througout the year, you are better visiting their website to find out more.

We hope you can join us again in 2019 for whole new raft of events. Our Wigwam® Holidays booking system is now taking bookings for 2019.

01/09/2018  •  Update on our open and closing dates for the season.

Update on our open and closing dates for the season.

We will close on Tuesday 9th October and re-open Tuesday 12th March 2019.

Wigwam® Holidays booking system now taking bookings for 2019.



27/07/2018  •  Award-Winning Grouse Hill

Award-Winning Grouse Hill

We are delighted to let all our guests know that we've been presented with the Four Pennant Gold Award from the AA!

We usually get an inspection in July each year, and we're so pleased we've achieved this standard once again.

The inpsector said: 

"Great to be able to visit this superb example of a touring and camping park ... Arrival here is most pleasant; the long drive, now completely resurfaced, clear signage and secure barrier all give excellent first impressions. This continued on the park itself where again some resurfacing noted, the main reception and shop buidlings are very well maintained and presented and all grassed areas, hedging and planted areas are in superb order. Woodland play areas and camping pods also impressed. Terraced pitches here give superb views over the surrounding moorland ... Amenities blocks are very well presented, all touring sets very clean, superbly maintained and accessible. A high ratio of private, family rooms also noteworthy."

20/07/2018  •  Scarborough's Open Air Theatre - What A Summer

Scarborough's Open Air Theatre - What A Summer

Scarborough's Open Air Theatre, which is close to the town's spectacular North Bay, is THE venue for great summer entertainment!

There's been some fantastic acts already 'on stage', with the following arriving soon:



Bastille (Saturday 28th July) * Texas (Saturday 11th August) * Britney Spears (Friday 17th August - sold out) - James - Saturday 18th August.

Join us at Grouse HIll are about half an hour's drive away! 


16/06/2018  •  What's Going On This Summer?

What's Going On This Summer?

Time to get the diaries updated with all the events that are taking place in Whitby this summer!

As well as Armed Forces Day (Saturday 30th June), there's the Captain Cook 250 Festival (6th to 8th July); Whitby Steampunk Festival (27th to 29th July); Whitby Regatta (11th to 13th August);


Whitby Folk Week (18th to 24th August); Whitby Pirate Festival (7th to 9th September).

These events are popular and take place just a few miles up the road from Grouse Hill. Remember to check any events are taking place before you travel, just in case there are any changes.

02/06/2018  •  Armed Forces Day Whitby 2018

Armed Forces Day Whitby 2018

A key date in Whitby's calendar is Armed Forces Day, which this year takes place on Saturday 30th June.

This special occasion is a chance for the town to show its appreciation of the Armed Forces, their families, veterans and cadets.

Taking place in the Green Lane area (YO22 4EH), the day will include lots of fun events such as various stalls, including ones representing the Army, Navy and RAF; family activiites such as a climbing wall; displays including one from the Drum Cadets and dance displays.

Always a busy event, the town is tranformed and has a great atmosphere.

Similar events take place in Scarborough, which will also include aerial displays. 

The Whitby event starts at 10am and finishes at 4pm.

Please be sure to check details before you travel.

16/05/2018  •  Wonderful Whitby!

Wonderful Whitby!

Whitby is one of the best-known seaside locations in the UK and Grouse Hill Camping and Glamping is just eight miles from this fabulous town.

The town has connections to Captain Cook, Dracula, the jet industry and lots more besides, as well as being famous for its kippers!

Whitby is divided by the River Esk, one of Yorkshire's greatest rivers. The two sides of the town are divided into East Cliff (on which stands Whitby Abbey) and West Cliff (which includes the famous Whalebone Arch and Captain Cook Monument).

The incredible harbour, which includes two impressive piers, is bustling with fishing boats and pleasure launches, perfect if you want to sample life on the ocean wave.

Whitby is a hub of activity throughout the year, with famous events such as the Whitby Goth Weekend, Whitby Regatta and Whitby Folk Week all attracting the crowds.

With such a long history, the town includes Pannett Park Museum complete with beautiful gardens and the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, in which the famous maritime explorer cut his nautical teeth when he was a young lad.

Whitby is also a great favourite for food fans and those who like a bit of shopping, with a plethora of fabulous places to eat and eclectic shops to browse around.

And we must not forget the golden beaches at Whitby and the colourful beach chalets! Cliff top walks are also a favourite with visitors. 

Many folks have made their fortunes in the town, and there is many a traditional trade still thriving in Whitby's cobbled streets. There are several jet jewellery makers, a kipper house, and a busy fishing fleet that supplies some local eateries with fresh seafood.

There is also Whitby Pavilion which hosts a number of live performances, films and coffee dances throughout the year.

Here at Grouse Hill, we are just a short drive from the main Scarborough to Whitby road, and if you prefer to travel by bus, then the nearest bus stop is just a short walk from Grouse Hill's entrance, and can be found just outside the Flask Inn. 

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