Caravan site named among best in UK

Graham and Vicki Bonney and family of Port Arthur Farm Certificated Location (CL) near Knaresborough, which has been awarded second place in The Caravan Clubs Certificated Location of the Year Awards 2016.
Graham and Vicki Bonney and family of Port Arthur Farm Certificated Location (CL) near Knaresborough, which has been awarded second place in The Caravan Clubs Certificated Location of the Year Awards 2016.
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A caravan site near Knaresborough has been named as one of the very best in the country by the Caravan Club.

Port Arthur Farm Certificated Location, between Scotton and Farnham, was awarded second place in the Club’s Certificated Location of the Year Awards 2016. The awards were voted for by The Caravan Club’s one million members.

Certificated Locations (CLs) are privately-owned, maximum five-van sites found across the UK, which can provide an additional income stream for local communities.

Owners Vicki and Graham Bonney, who opened the CL in 2014, said: “The facilities we offer coupled with our fantastic location is what makes our CL special. Ultimately, what makes us happy is that our guests go home having had a great break with us. We would like to take this opportunity to thank the members for their much appreciated votes.”

The awards are held at the House of Commons in recognition of the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act (1960) which enables The Caravan Club to grant certificates to landowners to operate CLs.