NORTH YORKSHIRE, England — The Caravan and Motorhome Club is announces the reopening of its Knaresborough Club Site in North Yorkshire today, following a £1m redevelopment including a new contemporary bar and restaurant concept, Wanderer Kitchen and Bar.
Set in Lower Nidderdale, the 79-pitch Knaresborough Club Site serves as a perfect gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and the North of England. Following its refurbishment, it now offers all hard standing pitches, including 12 fully serviced pitches, upgraded service points and shower facilities, as well as the new restaurant and bar.
Boasting a stylish, contemporary design that reflects its stunning surroundings, Wanderer Kitchen and Bar will offer anyone staying on site a great spot to relax and enjoy a healthy bite to eat. The menu features an excellent variety of dishes, including queenie scallops, pan fried seabass, slow braised boroughbridge pork belly and a great ‘The Wanderer Burger’. The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Friday to Sunday and for dinner Monday to Thursday.
Reflecting the Club’s pioneering spirit, the new kitchen and bar has been named after “The Wanderer”, the first horse drawn caravan which led to the birth of the club in 1907. Serving home-cooked meals made from locally-sourced produce, Wanderer Kitchen and Bar will not only provide guests with tasty and nutritious fare, but support small businesses in the local community.
Club members already spend £420m in rural tourism economies when on holiday so the club is delighted to be able to further add to this by collaborating with local producers. And Knaresborough is just the start – the Caravan and Motorhome Club is planning to roll out its new dining concept across further sites in the future.
Brian Morgan, head of communications and events for the Caravan and Motorhome Club said: “We’re so pleased to be reopening one of our most popular sites and introducing our exciting new Wanderer Kitchen and Bar concept. We are always striving to give our members new experiences that excite and delight them and we’re sure that both the redeveloped site and the Wanderer Kitchen and Bar will do this.”
Source: The Caravan and Motorhome Club press release