Sandalwood

Hull Road, Easington, Hull, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU12 0TE

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Ideal for ...

  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Our CL is situated on the outskirts of Easington which is a small village on the plain of Holderness, set between the North Sea and the River Humber. The site is tranquil, set in a sheltered flat lawned area of 1.5 acres with mature tress and hedges, hard standings and electric hook ups.

The surrounding countryside is ideal for walking, cycling, horse riding, beach lovers and bird watching (the Spurn Point Bird Reserve being only 5 miles away). There is a dog walk nearby and we also have sea and river fishing only 2 miles away and coarse fishing (3 miles).

There is an historic Tithe Barn in the village and a village trail to show you around the points of interest.

Every Saturday you will be made welcome at the village Charity Coffee Morning (supporting a different charity every week), there is a local shop (1/2 mile) and the local bus service which will take you to Withernsea, Patrington or Hull.

In Withernsea (7 miles) you will find a leisure centre with a swimming pool, amusement arcades, shops and a lighthouse (incorporating 'The Kay Kendall Museum') ideal things for a rainy day. Patrington (7 miles) has all you would want in a market town including 'The Queen of Holdeness' a large historic church. Hull (20 miles) a bustling city with a lovely Marina, 'The Deep' (submarium), 3 shopping centres, cinemas and lovely restaurants.

We look forward to seeing you.

Staff and Audrey St Quinton

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Recycling facilities
  • Shower (exclusive use)
  • TV reception: good
  • WC (exclusive use)

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1 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
HU12 0TE
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GPS:
Lat 53.651774 / Lon 0.10997
OS field ref:
TA393193
OS map ref:
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Hull, Withersea
  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Hull (17 miles)

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Well maintained, flat site

Just spent 4 nights here. Friendly welcome from the owners. Access is easy - off the road into Easington. However the site is alongside the road so there is some traffic noise at going & returning from work times - but not excessive and quiet the rest of the time - especially at night. Grass is well cut and clippings collected. Pitches are hard standing with grass next to them for your awning. We are in a motorhome, but I think cars for caravans are parket on a separate piece of gravel - not next to pitch. Showers/toilets were very clean, and cleaned regularly while we were there, although we didnt use them. Very useful deep outside sink - good for washing coffee pots! Grey water goes into hedges - Mr St Quinton will assist with pipes if necessary. One criticism - some of the labels on taps etc have become faded and could do with renewing. We would have no hesitation in using the site again, if in the area.
Motorhomer from Lincolnshire

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Lovely site

Lovely site,very well maintained, really friendly owners. The reason I've given it only 4 stars, is for me, there was too much traffic noise, although it did stop in the evening and was not in the night, it was all day long. I admit I'm not used to traffic, therefore most people wouldn't find it problem.
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We (family of 4 ) decided last minute we wanted to go away for bank holiday weekend. we didn't arrive till about 8 O'clock ( traffic ) which the owners didn't have any problems with at all .The lovey owners gave us all the information we wanted to know about the village . We wanted a nice quite place and beach and we sure got it . We really enjoyed our time here and are defiantly likely to return. HAPPY, CLEAN , PEACEFUL CAMPSITE , thank you
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Stayed for a week mid July, the site is very well cared for and the owners very welcoming. The village just a short walk away has two good pubs both of which are dog friendly. We enjoyed walks on the beach and along by the Humber, also at Withernsea which is just a short drive away.

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A top end C.L.

We spent three nights here the first week in July to visit Spurn Point and the new Discovery Centre. A price of £16-00 is what we consider to be very top end for a C.L. but this site justifies its price with ease.The facilities are comparable to most commercial sites and not far short of Club Sites.The grass is beautifully maintained and the ease of access and welcome by the owner are other strong points. The site is close to the terminal of the Langeled Gas pipeline,which is protected like Fort Knox and explains the presence of so many MOD police patrols,but this is not obtrusive. We booked a Spurn Point Unimog Safari which was excellent and good value for money. We have been going to visit Spurn now for about 20 years and this first visit was greatly enhanced by this high quality C.L..

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