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- Direct private access to a sandy golden beach
- Well-stocked fishing lake
- Recently added facilities including pool, sauna, steam room and gym
Don’t forget your bucket and spade - mere minutes from your crib you’ll find a golden beach, so prepare to get those toes a-wiggling...
Direct private access to the beach is only the beginning: Sand-le-Mere Caravan & Leisure Park offers guests a great range of activities too. For starters, the owners have recently invested £4 million on new facilities for the family to enjoy: the smart new complex includes an indoor heated pool with children's splashzone, waterslide, sauna and steam room, indoor soft play areas for kids and toddlers, outdoor adventure playground, amusements, crazy golf, shop, well-equipped gym, pool tables, Sky Sports, restaurant/bar, café and takeaway. Last but not least, there’s the fishing: freshwater fun in the well-stocked lake, or sea fishing from the beach.
With so much to do here, many visitors stay put, but those who do want to venture further afield will be spoiled for choice.
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Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Very large (over 200 pitches)
- Coach stations
— 13.8 miles
13.8 miles Grimsby: Riverhead (Freshney Place) Bus Station — 13.9 miles
13.9 miles Cleethorpes: High Street Coach Stop — 14.0 miles
- Train stations
New Clee Rail Station
— 13.2 miles
13.2 miles Grimsby Docks Rail Station — 13.3 miles
13.3 miles Great Coates Rail Station — 13.8 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal
— 10.9 miles
— 18.6 miles
At junction 38 on the M62 continue onto the A63. At the Southcoates roundabout take the third exit onto the A1033. Continue on the A1033 until you reach the roundabout for the B1362.
Continue to Greens Lane, turn right onto Back Lane, turn left onto New Road and turn right onto Main Road. Bear left and continue forward onto Burton Road. At the staggered crossroads continue forward onto the North End Road – B1242.
Turn left onto North End Road – B1242. At crossroads continue forward onto Rostun Road and bear left onto Main Street and you will see the park.
York’s many attractions cater to all tastes: history hounds, culture vultures, wannabe vikings, shopaholics, and train- and plane- spotters. Scale the soaring heights of the Minster, plough the gory depths of the dungeons, or lose all sense of direction in the massive York Maze...
Another place with a towering Minster is bijou Beverley, where guests will find lots of ancient pubs, a traditional high street and great markets; the town also hosts various festivals throughout the year.
Hull is well worth a visit too, for its fantastic aquarium, transport and maritime museums, Ferens Art Gallery, and William Wilberforce House. Visitors can also go messing around on various boats, including the Spurn Lightship, and then there’s the ice rink, great shopping, theatres and more.
Another recommendation is to work your way along the Yorkshire coastline, to sample the spooky drama of Whitby Abbey, the classic seaside attractions of Scarborough, and the beaches at Bridlington and Hornsea.
For history buffs, the main problem will be deciding where to head first: the Napoleonic fortress of Fort Paull, the rare inland lighthouse at Withernsea, the Elizabethan splendour of Burton Agnes Hall, or the Cold War bunkers at RAF Holpmton. Not forgetting the congregation of beautiful ruined abbeys (Henry VIII’s handiwork) in the local countryside - the big three to see are Rievaulx, Bolton and Fountains.
Nature lovers can make for the huge white cliffs of Flamborough Head, home to thousands of nesting sea birds; other options for ornithologists include the North Cave Wetlands, or Spurn Point.
For a treat for the kids, you could try Flamingo Land theme park, get out the wellies for a trip to Honeysuckle Farm in Hornsea, or let them Go Ape in the treetops in Dalby Forest.
The area is peppered with golf courses and equestrian centres - for something a bit different, guests can book in for a beginner’s polo lesson at Beverley Polo Club. Hornsea Mere offers sailing, rowing, fishing and boat tours. For those who prefer to watch: take in a footie or rugby match in Hull. Feeling lucky? There’s racing at York and Beverley.
- The Deep (13.2 miles)
- Ferens Art Gallery (13.5 miles)
- Far Ings National Nature Reserve (19.5 miles)
- Maister House (13.2 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.