New Homes in Cayton
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Located just south of Scarborough on the North Yorkshire coast, Cayton is a small village with lots of places to see and things to do. With beaches, forests and cultural sights all within easy reach, new homes in Cayton are popular with a range of house buyers including families, professionals and retirees.
Cayton sits between the A64 and A165, and just a short five minute drive from Seamer Station. The village is 15 minutes away from Scarborough by car, or 5 – 10 minutes by train, while York is an hour away by car or 45 minutes by train from Seamer Station. Leeds can be reached by car within one hour and 25 minutes.
For international travel, Durham Tees Valley International Airport is an hour and 40 minutes away by car. It’s also accessible by public transport via Scarborough and York.
Places of interest
As a coastal village, Cayton’s beaches are enduringly popular. Cayton Bay Beach is a long, often quiet stretch of sand while Filey Beach is also close-by. Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast is a short drive away, providing plenty of opportunity to spot the local wildlife from the cliff tops. Other places to explore the great outdoors include North Riding Forest Park, and North York Moors National Park.
Located just a short distance from Scarborough, Cayton benefits from the seaside town’s many sights and attractions. Scarborough North Bay Railway and the Sea Life Marine Sanctuary are popular with families of all ages, while museums include The Scarborough Fair Collection and Rotunda Museum. Designed around a natural glen, Peasholm Park is considered one of the best parks in the UK, while Scarborough Castle offers great views along the entire coastline.
Family days out in the local area include Playdale Farm Park and Betton Farm Visitor Centre. There’s also a lively local events calendar, including the maritime festival Scarborough Seafest and Scarborough Cricket Festival.
Golf fans can enjoy a round at Scarborough South Cliff Golf Club or Filey Golf Club. Popular local sports venues include Oliver’s Mount race circuit and North Marine Road, home of Scarborough Cricket Club, and host to occasional Yorkshire County Cricket Club matches.
Cambian Scarborough School is an independent school in Cayton. Further and higher education is provided nearby with Scarborough College, Yorkshire Coast College, The University of Hull Scarborough Campus and Coventry University Scarborough Campus, all just a short drive or train journey from the village.