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Burton Constable Holiday Park

Burton Constable Holiday Park lies on the grounds of the stately home of Burton Constable and the entrance to the park is highly impressive. One of the site’s gatehouses acts as a reception and tourist information room.

They have a 90 acre campsite that is part of a 300 acres park that was landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th century. It has well trimmed grass and hedge and has a spacious feel.

Burton Constable Holiday Park features 160 touring pitches that all feature 10 amp electrical hook-ups. They have a separate field for tents and a large hard standing area that provides electricity, water and drainage for 5 motor caravans.

This touring and camping area is set overlooking the lake and a children’s play area. There are electric hook-ups available throughout the touring caravan and camping areas. There is night lighting around the park.

Guests at Burton Constable Holiday Park should remember to bring their bikes, footballs, kites and anything else that will make their visit full of fun and adventure as there is plenty of space for outdoor activities on the park.

They have their own fishing lake that provides excellent sport. They have a wide variety of fish to catch including pike, tench, carp, bream, roach and perch. They have a continuous programme of restocking their fish. The reception has fishing permits available.

Burton Constable Holiday Park is within a short distance of many historic towns and villages around the county as well as the Maritime City of Kingston Upon Hull.

It doesn’t matter what your passion is, you are sure to find it within easy reach of Burton Constable Holiday Park.

DIRECTIONS
From the West and South: From the Humber Bridge follow the A63 through Hull towards Withernsea, turn left at the start of the A1033 towards Preston, turn left at the lights in Preston, then pick up the signs to Burton Constable.In Sproatley turn left down Park Road.

From the North: From Beverley take the B1035 towards Hornsea and at the roundabout with the A165 Bridlington-Hull road, follow the Burton Constable sign for approximately eight miles. Continue past the Hall to Sproatley and then follow the caravan signs turning right down Park Road.

More details on the Burton Constable Holiday Park website

Burton Constable Holiday Park

 

Burton Constable Holiday Park
The Old Lodges
Sproatley
Hull
East Yorkshire
HU11 4LJ


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