Tour de Yorkshire 2015 Accommodation - Rosedale Abbey Holiday Park

Tour de Yorkshire 2015

Tour de France Yorkshire

Be a part of the Tour de Yorkshire with a stay at one of our Yorkshire holiday parks

Millions of people from around the world watched as the legendary Tour de France began in Yorkshire last year – and now a new cycling tour of the county is about to get underway.

Some of the sport’s biggest names are set to compete in the Tour de Yorkshire, with dozens of cyclists covering over 500km of the county’s breathtaking terrain.

Cyclists will battle it out in 3 stages, running from Bridlington and Scarborough before moving onto York and North Yorkshire and finishing in the West, taking in South Yorkshire before finishing in Leeds.

The event, which will begin in Bridlington on Friday, May 1st, is expected to attract thousands more visitors to the county this year, as they come to get a glimpse of the some of the UK’s elite riders. And by booking at one of our Yorkshire holiday parks, you will not only enjoy a fantastic stay in stunning surroundings, but you will literally be yards from all the action

Located in the peaceful North Yorkshire Moors, Rosedale Abbey Holiday Park, near Pickering, is an ideal spot to catch all the action from the Tour de Yorkshire.

Tour de Yorkshire – Stage 1

Stage 1, from Bridlington to Scarborough, takes riders directly past the entrance to our Rosedale Abbey Park – it’s surely the perfect place to see the peloton and breakaway action.

Our Rosedale Abbey park offers everything for the perfect family holiday in Yorkshire, situated in the heart of the North York Moors and the picturesque village of Rosedale Abbey.

Here you can choose from a wide variety of accommodation. Enjoy a stay in one of our cosy holiday cottages, which are furnished to a high standard, complete with modern interiors but which maintain their charm and character.

Rosedale also boasts are great selection of camping and touring pitches, with award-winning facilities, perfect for caravans, motorhomes, tourers and tents.

Another feature of Rosedale is our unique glamping pods, where you can avoid having to put up a tent – simply move in and enjoy!

There are also plenty of opportunities to catch the Tour de Yorkshire at our other award-winning holiday parks.

Our Flower of May site, between Scarborough and Filey, is also close to the action, as cyclists compete in Stage 1 between the two coastal resorts.

Here you can relax in stunning surroundings and enjoy caravan holidays in one of our premiere sites. Providing sleeping for up to six people, these 2 and 3 bedroom caravans offer a real slice of luxury.

There’s also a great selection of touring and camping pitches available as well as glamping pods.

Route map stage 1 - Tour De Yorkshire

Tour de Yorkshire – Stage 2

For a slice of all the action from the Tour, Upper Carr holiday park is another which is right on the doorstep. Located in Pickering it is ideal for viewing Stages 1 and 2.

Here you can enjoy top class facilities when you stay in one of our glamping pods or camping and touring

Goosewood Holiday Park is located just six miles from York – meaning you can be close by when Stage 2 really heats up. Our tranquil five star site is set in 20 acres at Sutton On The Forest and provides stays in luxury holiday homes, holiday lodges as well as great touring pitches

Our owners-only parks will also reap the benefits of their fantastic locations, with competitors cycling right past Burnside Leisure Park. Fir Tree and Lowcroft owners are also in pole position to see racing action on Stage 1.

Details of the route:

Stage 1: Bridlington to Scarborough.

After departing Bridlington cyclists will ride on to Flamborough Head and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park before going on to Dalby Forest, near Pickering and then to Whitby. The stage then heads south towards Robin Hoods Bay and finishes in Scarborough.

Stage 2: Selby to York

The route will take riders through the stunning Yorkshire Wolds, towards Market Weighton, through North Newbald and on to Beverley. It will turn north to Malton, then on to Stamford Bridge before a circuit of York.

Stage 3: Wakefield to Leeds

Travelling through South Yorkshire, riders will head to Barnsley before going on to Holmfirth and Ripponden then Hebden Bridge, Oxenhope and the cobbled streets of Haworth. Next is Ilkley with a climb up by the Cow and Calf rocks before Arthington and the finish line in Roundhay Park