This is how South Cliff Holiday Park in Bridlington will look after £10.8million upgrade

Take a look at these photos which show what visitors to the newly-expanded and refurbished South Cliff Holiday Park can expect when they arrive on the Yorkshire Coast.

Wednesday, 13th February 2019, 10:28 am
Updated Wednesday, 13th February 2019, 10:57 am
Interior of the new lodges

Scheduled to open in the spring, the park is expanding on to neighbouring land and will boast 31 additional pitches for tents; 15 new units for ‘glamping’, 48 additional touring pitches; 132 additional static pitches and 19 additional lodges.

The new 2019 deluxe holiday homes offer stylish accommodation, whilst the new premier holiday range features modern open-plan living space with contemporary dcor and styling.
There will also be a new Welcome Centre to help staff deliver a five-star visitor experience - with up to five new jobs created- and a new area for meeting and greeting customers.
The site will also offer hot tubs for some of the higher-end accommodation, fully-accessible holiday home options, an off-road terrain cycle track and an adventure play area.
The new lodges are set beside the woodland area and have additional space for the whole family to enjoy.
Councillor Symon Fraser, portfolio holder for strategic asset management, housing and environment, said: This newly-expanded and refurbished holiday park will revolutionise whats on offer for our visitors."
It is estimated that an additional 150,000-plus visits will be made to the town each year and that this will increase visitor spend in the wider economy by around 4.2million a year.
John Skidmore, director of adults, health, and customer services at the council, added: This wonderful new development will be a fantastic opportunity for even more people to come and experience what Bridlington has to offer."
The spacious shepherd huts will be on the new site, as will the six-person camping pods.
The newly-expanded and refurbished South Cliff Holiday Park will provide the chance to own holiday homes and lodges; enjoy touring holidays; motorhomes; camping; glamping and hire holiday homes and lodges.
David Dowson, chair of Bridlington Business Forum, added: This expansion and refurbishment is fantastic news for the town. I am delighted to see that the council has the confidence to invest on this scale in this facility."
Peter Dodd, commercial director at Welcome to Yorkshire, said: This promises to be a real boost to the resorts tourism industry, local businesses and economy, creating jobs and attracting even more visitors to enjoy Bridlington."
There will also be a chance to reconnect with nature on a picturesque woodland walk, where guests will be able to exercise their dogs or just sit out with the family on one of the picnic benches in the shade of the tree line canopy.
The dog-friendly touring and motorhome area will be situated on the new development, close to all the facilities. The camping area will also be on the new development, just a few minutes walk from the Makis Entertainment Complex.