Tudor Springs

Dunswell Road, Cottingham, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU16 4JR

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  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays

Why stay here ...

Tudor Springs Certificated location is a member owned tranquil site in East Yorkshire. It is set on the outskirts of Cottingham, said to be one of the largest villages in England.

Adults, children and pets are welcome. The site itself is located in 1 acre, set up to take caravans, motor homes and awnings all year round. All of our pitches have an area of grass and an area of hard standing. Steel awning pegs are recommended.

The site is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding area including Hull (City of Culture 2017) with its many museums (free), The Deep - one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world (admission charge), the Marina and further up the beautiful East Yorkshire Nature Coast with its Country Houses, beaches, lighthouses, RSPB Reserve at Bempton Cliffs all topped off with deliciously fresh fish and chips! The Humber Bridge, one of the world's longest single suspension bridges, is within a twenty minute drive and the gateway to the south bank and Lincolnshire.

A footpath with street lights takes you from the site to Cottingham village with its small weekly market on Thursdays, local shops family friendly pubs serving excellent cask ales and home cooked food, all approximately 1.5 miles from the site. Public footpaths available nearby for dog walks and walking or cycling into Beverley.

Within 2.5 miles, there is a cinema, bowling alley, shopping complex, restaurants and large supermarket.

Accessible by car, train or bus, the historic town of Beverley is 6 miles away, with the Minster, St Mary’s Church, the North Bar and weekly markets on Saturdays and a smaller one on Wednesdays.

The site is ideally located for visiting students at Hull University, stopovers for P & O North Sea ferry crossings or stay a bit longer and explore the area.

The caravan site also has facilities for CaSSOA Gold approved secure Caravan and Motor home storage.

See our Facebook page for more details.  We are open for Christmas and New Year bookings. For full contact details, including our mobile number, please see the Prices tab below.

Philip and Lesley look forward to welcoming you.

Upcoming Events:

Many events / things to do available via https://www.visiteastyorkshire.co.uk/

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • Disabled facilities*
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Information room
  • TV reception: good

* Please confirm with owner

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Latest arrival time: 6:00 PM

1 acres

Electric amperage: 10

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Postcode:
HU16 4JR
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Lat 53.801868 / Lon -0.40717
OS field ref:
TA051352
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Transport links

  • Buses go to: Hull and Beverley
  • Nearest port: Hull (7 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Cottingham

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Tudor Springs
We have stayed here a number of times and will continue to go back. The owners are friendly and helpful and the location is a peaceful place in the fields surrounding Hull. It's easy to find and a good base for visiting the surrounding area. We have family there and they are also welcome when they want to visit us on the site.

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Reviewed on 20/09/2021 15:34

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Tudor Springs
Really well located for visiting Hull and (the fantastic town of) of Beverley. Excellent communications from the Owner, who gave us a warm welcome and checked up with us after a few days. No problems with electric and water/toilet dump were well located. Not the prettiest site but flat hardstanding and good facilities at £14 a night is excellent value for money.

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Reviewed on 14/08/2021 17:45

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Tudor Springs
This site has everything you need, water and disposal wise. And lots of things you don't want, like a view of the massive electricity distribution system directly opposite your front window, and the scruffy unkempt look of the site surface in general, which you had to look across to see the horses in the field opposite. Also there is a large caravan storage area behind the site, which we backed onto, adding to the general air of this not being a restful, out of the way, place. I felt like I was staying on an industrial estate, in the yard of a caravan repairs business. The place was quiet apart from road noise at various times of the day, and the regular, though not often, train which passes between the site and the electricity installation. We used this site as a base to visit friends, and for that it was adequate, although the electricity supply being only 10 amps, did trip out 2 or 3 times until we got used to what we could put on with what to stop it being a problem. Ironic, when you consider the view. The owner was on hand and very pleasant

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Reviewed on 23/04/2021 21:18

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Tudor Springs
We stayed a couple of nights in order to visit our daughter in Hull. Sadly, we found the site quite scruffy. It was covered in weeds, there was an old run down portocabin that made up our view and behind us, directly over the hedge is a large caravan storage facility. There is one tap and a bathroom toilet that stands outside, behind a gate that is the disposal point. Looks weird but does the job. Also, its close to a railway line which starts running early in the morning and a huge ugly power station that hums all through the night. Bit of a pong too. Didn't see any sign of the owner for the whole weekend but that was fine. We walked for 45 mins and never made it into the village, so its not very close and not a pretty walk. If, like us, you use it as somewhere to sleep whilst visiting family, its fine, but it is certainly not a beauty spot.

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Reviewed on 15/10/2020 13:11

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Tudor Springs
This little site was very easy to book as the owners are very quick and responsive to emails. The site is a great base to stay and has all you need there, and it's only about 20 minutes from Beverly, which is a great place to visit. This site has been listed as tranquil - we didn't really find it tranquil here. There was a low emitting hum from the power station and power lines very closely and noticed it more in the evening (we thought it was our water pump), and also trains passing frequently from about 6.15 in the morning until gone 9 at night. There isn't really a scenic view. It's of a power station, huge pylons, a big storage shed and tatty porta cabin. If you're ited across from where we were sited, you would have a field with horses at the back of you which I imagine would be quite nice. When we arrived our name was on the entrance gate stating which plot we was on and the owner came to see us briefly to explain where to empty our bins etc. The storage facility there for caravans looked well secured. Overall, like I've previously mentioned, a great base for visiting Hornsea, Scarborough and other east coast seaside towns.

Queline1169

Reviewed on 07/09/2020 12:02

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