Eastfield Farm

South Leys Road, Hollym, Withernsea, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU19 2SF

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  • Beach stays
  • Dogs
  • Peaceful stays
  • Working farm

Why stay here ...

Our CL site is in a secluded part of a working farm on the Holderness Plain, east of Hull, only one mile from the East Yorkshire coast. We welcome families with pets but request that dogs are kept on a lead as we have livestock in the surrounding paddock. Pitches are lawned on a level site with electrical hook up points and each pitch has its own individual water supply which most of our visitors greatly appreciate. There is a conveniently sited chemical toilet emptying point. The grass is cut regularly and collected so there is less risk of trampling the mowings back into your van.

The site is very easily accessed. Taking the A1033 road from Hull towards Withernsea, take the first right in the village of Hollym down South Leys Road, the site entrance is only 250 yards on the left.

We provide an excellent base for exploring the Yorkshire coast from Spurn Point in the south up to Bridlington and beyond in the north. The level nature of the area makes it ideal for walking or cycling, there are numerous country roads and footpaths to explore.

Hollym lies half way between the small historic market town of Patrington with its majestic St Patricks Church "The Queen of Holderness" and the seaside town of Withernsea to the north of us. Withernsea will provide you with all your essential supplies as well as leisure centre and easy to  access sandy beaches. Both Patrington and Withernsea provide numerous good value eating places as well as fish and chip shops and take-aways.

Our site is in easy walking distance to a regular bus route and to the award winning village pub which specialises in real ales. There is also a garden centre just around the corner from us that is well worth a visit. The village church has regular Sunday services.

Our working farm includes a pick your own strawberry field which usually operates from mid June to the end of July. We also make our own Strawberry jam which is very popular with our visitors as are our free range eggs produced in the paddock adjoining the site.

Other attractions in the area include the unique Withernsea Lighthouse which is now a museum, well worth a climb up the 144 steps to view the surrounding area. Another unique attraction is the underground bunker at nearby Holmpton, a relic of the cold war era. Further afield but still within a twenty mile radius we have the street-life museum in Hull as well as "The Deep", the world's only submarium with sea creatures from all over the globe. Hull also boasts modern shopping centres and numerous cultural facilities. Burton Constable Hall, the country residence of the Constable family, is also easily accessed.

Facilities on site ...

  • Battery charging
  • TV reception: good
  • Working farm

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Postcode:
HU19 2SF
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Lat 53.70341 / Lon 0.041668
OS field ref:
TA349250
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Transport links

  • Daily public transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Hull (18 miles)

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Little Gem

Eastfield Farm
Really liked this site - will visit again. Have two dogs - lovely walks directly from the site including a 20 min walk down the side of a wheat field to the sea [as described by previous reviewer]. Spurn point a short drive or nice cycle ride. Site is tidy; grass kept short; and each pitch has own water tap [great]! Also spacious. Owners really friendly people. Subject to availability - you can pick your own strawberries at weekends; also absolutely delicious strawberry jam available for purchase at the farm. I also came away with freshly dug new potatoes; eggs and freshly picked beetroot. I highly recommend this site.

HappyFeet

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Reviewed on 31/07/2021 12:18

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Eastfield Farm
I will repeat that we had the same brill welcome (and goodbye). The pitches are well spaced out and with individual water and waste points. Beach walks from the site - turn left follow road and track/footpath east past Nevills Bridge then to 'The Runnell' where you can get down onto the beach easily. It's then a 3 mile walk into Withernsea along the beach and prom - check for low tide first. Use the bus to come back or do the bus ride first as we did - plenty of buses 300m's away on the main road. Our second walk I left our car in Easington (end of the beach road), used folding electric back to site, then walked out to the coast as above and followed the beach all they way to the car. Check tides first - we got there 2hrs before high tide and it was fine, took 2hrs 40mins to walk. You can get off the beach the start of the protected coast at the Natural Gas Terminal just north of Easington if required. The coast is the fastest eroding coast in europe - fascinating! Also 'Haddocks' for fish & chips i Withernsea. Thank you Heather for our stay.

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Eastfield Farm
Not much else to add to what has already been said by other reviewers if you want a nice flat spacious field with grass cut and collected tap and drain with electric and a friendly owner this is the place for you good for walking and cycling

Bob60

Reviewed on 28/04/2021 10:11

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Eastfield Farm
This was our first visit to this site and also to a working farm site, It was very peaceful and relaxing. It was lovely hearing the sheep and the chickens which were in the adjacent field. The owner Heather was very friendly and couldn't do enough for everyone she came round to say hello and asked if everything was ok and could answer any questions you needed to know about, she also came and said goodbye and thanked us for coming, to be honest we stayed for 2 nights over this weekend but I didn't want to go home it was so peaceful and relaxing, so much so we have booked 3 more nights August bank holiday and we can't wait. We bought some strawberry jam which is beautiful as well as the fresh eggs. Fantastic site can't fault anything and can't wait to return. Thanks again Heather see you soon. Paul/Diane Harris

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Reviewed on 29/07/2019 19:04

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What a lovely CL this is. Electricity and water on every pitch, flat grass pitches, and a friendly welcome. We had never been to this area before, but will venture back at some stage. The cl is very peaceful, and relaxing, and you are made to feel very welcome. Yes its a basic cl, but what more do you need. Lovely area to explore, and very flat if you are cycling or walking. Good coffee shop a few minutes from the site in the local garden centre, and a great value pub 5 minutes walk into the village. Withernsea has all the shops you need including supermarkets and a butchers. Don't miss the nuclear bunker close by as its fascinating, and spurn point is well worth a visit. A bit of a hidden gem really - give it a try!!!

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Reviewed on 08/04/2019 16:49

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