Hunger Hill CL

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Fabs fabs fabs

What a fabs site cannot fail it if I give it to much of a review everybody will go there and we won't get in eh eh fantastic pitches lovely dog walk we will be returning soon!!!

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WHAT A FIND.

Not being familiar with this part of England we were not sure what to expect. The site is easy accessible off the main A1173.The setup was easy as the pitches were huge (hard standing). It is in a pleasant situation with open fields on one side and woodland on the other. The site offers the usual water point /toilet emptying/ rubbish bins.The information hut is well stacked with anything you wish to know about the area plus books/ films/maps.The owners who are caravanners themselves are very helpful and informative on the area. Our 2 week stay was a very pleasant one and when in the area again would not hesitate to return.
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Mini Caravan Club Site

Hunger Hill is a well cared for CL. It has very good 'housekeeping' facilities, level hard-standings, an excellent information 'site hut' and woodland and farm walks next door. No complaints and could thoroughly recommend a stay if you're looking for a quite site near the north end of the Wolds. We use it as a base when visiting relations so cannot comment on any of the local places of interest (shame), only to say there are plenty (see in 'site hut'). The fish and chip shop in Keelby is good but avoid the Chinese take away. Shops for necessities in Keelby also as well as a Spar service area on A18 / A46. I'm sure we will be back
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Little gem and lovely people.

Stayed here for 3 nights in September and was immediately made to feel welcome by the site owner. Hard standing pitches and field were immaculate and very clean bin, water and waste point. Site has a shed with local information, maps, walking suggestions, local attractions and takeaway menus. Also has books and DVDs. Every little detail has been thought about. Great little gem of a site. Would definitely recommend!
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A great first visit to Hunger Hill - we'll be back

Hunger Hill is the first CL we have used in this area; and from staying here for our on-route visit to the Lincoln Motorhome Show this is a CL we will now regularly visit. The drive or tow to Hunger Hill is easy, which makes this CL accessible to all; we are a 9m-twin TAG motorhome and the entrance was no problem, due to the nice wide drive / gate. Trees and an open field border the CL and it has great feel of the countryside. There is plenty of room to maneuver and pitch on the level hardstanding areas. The grey water dump and ESLAN point is fenced in a level refuse area. Having two chocolate Labradors, dog walks are key for us and a gate leading from the CL provides dog walkers with a public path to open fields that the most energetic of hounds can be tired. For the more relaxing approach, the CL provides a well-stocked information hut, there is a Chinese Takeaway and Fish and Chips within a five-minute drive; plus the TV and the free WiFi is excellent. If like us you have you own Sat system the tree line does not affect you getting the required lock to Astra-2. Peace and quiet equals’ relaxation and Hunger Hill is the tonic to leave the woes of the week behind. The local village shop (five minute drive) can provide papers, milk, etc. and for those wishing to venture out in the evening there are local pubs; however, as we never tried these so we can’t comment. Either a short stay, or a base to visit Lincolnshire I can’t think of a reason why you would not want to base yourself at Hunger Hill- See you soon – Tanya & Mick.
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Beautifully Laid Out

5 hard wide standings with lots of grass too and laid out so that no one is staring into anyone's windows. Wifi works on the furthest pitch away from the house. Be aware that the site is stated as being 2 acres, which it may be if you include the well fenced pond and dog walk, but the area for caravans and motor homes is only about 0.5 acre. However, this is fine as a great deal of thought went into planning the pitches. Good recycling and 3G on Three....just!

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What A Gem!

A CL that looks and feels like a Caravan Club site without all the fuss and people. This site cannot be faulted in any way, from the friendliness of the owners to the excellent facilities. The information hut is a lovely extra, clean and fresh with plenty of information and leaflets plus books and DVD's to borrow for a small donation and free WiFi. The extra little touches just add to the site's charms, such as the farm walks, the chance to see model aircraft flying, the lake and woods walks and the bakers van which visits weekdays. Take advantage of the walks on the farm, with or without dogs, they are well worth it and the countryside is beautiful. Cleethorpes isn't far, only about twenty minutes away and the local church at Riby is also worth a visit, small but interesting. Already booked another stay!

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Xcellent 5CL

5 well spaced hardstanding pitches with ample room for a full awning caravan and car. Laid back 5CL with plenty of walks, detailed maps found in the information shed along with places to see and places to eat.Tranquil site ideal for lazy days, free WIFI from the hut but accessible in your caravan. Claire and Vinnie were the perfect host, there if you want them, otherwise going about their duties keeping the site spotless and clean. Fresh eggs available, DVD and books to borrow with a donation to charity which shows them doing their bit to help. Will return in the summer when we can sit out and enjoy the sun ( that one day a year we get ! ) This site is well worth a visit if you like your basic caravanning on a 5CL site, Thank You
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First Visit

Our first visit to this site, a very pleasing experience a quite site with excellent wooded dog and farm walks around the farm. In the information shed you're find maps and information of the local area, Vince is very friendly and a mine of information on the local area.
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A superb Lincolnshire CL.

Hunger Hill is situated just off the A18 (Riby Crossroads) within easy travelling distance of the seaside resort of Cleethorpes and a range of other Lincolnshire treasures. The site is easy to get to and easy to get set up on. All 5 hardstandings are large in size and level. Surrounding all pitches are good sized areas of grass - some are far enough away from caravans to allow children to play and run around. At the far end of the CL site (away from the road) is a fenced off pond that is well stocked with fish. Visitors are welcomed to sit around the pond and enjoy the views of the countryside/woods or alternatively they can actually feed the fish (you will need to provide the fish food!) On the right hand side of the site (if stood at the entrance on the way in) there is a wooded area. It is marked up as a dog walk, however the owners have created a range of maps showing a number of walks that go around the woods/along their farmland that surrounds the CL site. Near to the entrance is a visitors car park. It is also here that you find the well laid out waste points for both solid and liquid waste, together with easy access to fresh drinking water. The final find of the site is the "hut." Visually nothing more than a garden shed, inside is a range of materials to loan (donation to charity welcomed) including books and DVDs. The owners have put together a range of folders that help non-locals find a range of attractions, take aways and other useful detail whilst staying at Hunger Hill. It is also the home of the free WiFi hub. It is good WiFi, however we did find that in the evening our pitch away from the hut had slower connection speeds than it did at other times. The hut also has a board outside it informing visitors of other details, including the time a local baker's van with sandwiches and other food stuffs will visit (Mon-Fri) Final points - the owners are lovely people. They wander around the site each day and will happily chat to you if you wish to. Otherwise they'll just check all is well and leave you to your day. Claire and Vinny (the owners) were full of knowledge about the area and very willing to help when we needed it. We certainly will keep returning to this CL site.
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