New holiday homes a “game-changer” at family’s Yorks park

New holiday homes at Wayside Holiday Park look certain to find eager buyers says owner Mark Goodson

PLANNING CONSENT for a “game-changing” new development has been given to a family’s award-winning holiday park in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors.

Wayside Holiday Park has received the green light from Ryedale District Council to create 13 new pitches for luxury holiday caravans and lodges in the centre of the park.

The £200,000 state-of-the-art development means the end of seasonal to own a holiday home in Wayside’s tranquil surroundings.

Business owner Mark Goodson said this was a “transformational move” raising even higher the quality bar at the well-regarded park.

“This is a crucially important development for us, and we are grateful to Ryedale District Council’s planners for giving us the go-ahead,” said Mark.

“We are confident that the demand for our new pitches is there, given the staycation boom and the success of our new Lakes development at Wayside where 36 out of 37 lodges have found buyers.”

Work has now begun on the new development at the park, and is scheduled to be completed by August this year when the park opens for the new season.

Mark Goodson (right) with Rufus Bellamy (left) and the honey bee hotel which helped gain the park its David Bellamy Conservation award at its highest gold level.

Mark says he is looking forward to plan ahead.

Despite these challenges, Wayside – which is located near the village of Wrelto flourish.

“We believe that the peace, beauty and serenity here are the ideal antidotes to spend quality time,” said Mark.

“If anyone is thinking about buying a holiday home this year, now is the time tock.”

Wayside is based in the North York Moors National Park with its superb walking opportunities, and within easy reach of Yorkshire’s breath-taking coastline and histowns.

The five-star park is a holder of the David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award in recognition of its many enterprising initiatives to protect the natural world.

There is more information about the park, which has been owned by the Goodson family for 35 years, on its website at