Come and experience the thrill of the bygone era of steam at the Lincolnshire Wolds Railway, situated in a beautiful par...View and Book
Kilnsea Road, Kilnsea, Hull, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU12 0UBView on map
Some sloping pitches
Levelling blocks required
Great savings on days out
Offers available to Club members
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This suited our purposes, hardstanding, electric hookup, and close to the Spurn peninsula. And the wonderful Crown & Anchor next door! This enabled us to do a great cycle ride from the site, and walk to The Point, with its fascinating war history and bird sanctuary. But mention of the toilets and showers should be removed from the description as they are disgusting, and should be demolished. The site would benefit too from having the foliage cut back, as it is obviously encroaching on the pitches. Also, only the first three are suitable for caravans with awnings, as the last two are small with room only for motor homes. The website needs updating as the price per night is now £15.
Have just returned from a 3 night stay. The site is enclosed in trees but there is still plenty of light and is very quiet. Not sure about the facilities as the warden told us they were closed when we made the booking. We would definitely use this site again.
Stayed here for 2 nights. The site itself is in a perfect location. Very peaceful and no bother from the owners. Surrounded by woodland so no views but that was fine. The facilities let it down for me. They need a thorough clean (if not a new toilet block) as they look like they haven't been touched in years and were filthy. Thick with cobwebs everywhere and I hated going in them! This site has so much potential if given some TLC in areas
as others have said, this is not the site too book if you want beautiful views from your van window, as you are surrounded by trees, but the minute you walk out of the gate you get fabulous views over the huber on one side, then a couple of minutes walk in the other direction is a fabulous beach walk, and then a walk upto spurn head. and just to top it all off, as you walk onto the beach you can see all the remains of the WW2 beach defences, great to teach the kids without just looking at it in a book. and just to top off how good this site is, next door to the site is a lovely little pub, The Crown and Anchor, great food, and the landlords are so friendly, and a gold mine of local information, and not ridiculously expensive like some out of the way pubs with such great views of the sunset. we cant wait to go back again.
Located roughly 25 miles east of Hull this site is run by a warden of the Nat.Res. Perfect for bird watching and walks to Spurn Res. But the site looks a little aged and shabby. Unisex toilet and shower in a container, hook-ups and hard standing on a narrow and somehow dark ground surrounded by trees and bushes behind a small bungalow. It‘s OK but we‘ve seen much better CL‘s...