The small village of Hollym is located between the seaside village of Withernsea & the village of Patrington, East Yorkshire.
Our site is surrounded by trees and open fields. Our caravan and camping site is a open to all tourers, campers and caravans (leisure only, no contractors)
The Coffee Shop @ Crossroads Garden Centre is open 10am-4pm 7 days a week. and is about a 10 minute walk. Serving homemade cakes along with a selection of sandwiches and drinks. Well worth a visit.
The seaside town of Withernsea is situated around 2.5miles away from Hollym. It has a Tesco and Aldi along with a range of other small local shops, arcades, cafes, takeaways and a few resturants. Withernsea has a good amount of parking and a lovely beach, along with a swimming pool and park.
3miles away the village of Patrington is located. The village has a lovely butchers and a couple of really nice cafes. Amys is great for breakfast! Also in the village is the nearest petrol station.
Spurn Point & Spurn Lighthouse - National Nature Reserve.
Fishing ponds - there are 2 fishing ponds in the next village of Holmpton. Around a 3 minute drive away.
Holmpton Bunker– Underground, RAF nuclear bunker.
Burton Constable Hall– Elizabethan mansion & gardens.
Withernsea beach and seafront
Hornsea Mere—Largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.
Honeysuckle Farm—Working, family owned farm. Open to the public.
Please check opening times before visiting as some attractions are seasonal.
Amys Bar & Kitchen, Patrington—Perfect for a casual breakfast, lunch, dinner & evening drinks.
The Station Hotel, Patrington— Lovely food
Guys Restaurant @ Patrington Haven Leisure Park—The restaurant is open to none members of the leisure park. Recommended for the Sunday carvery. I would book as it gets very busy!
The Alexandra Hotel - lovely pub grub. Booking advised as only a small bar restaurant.
Newtons Fish and Chip Shop, Patrington - delicious fish and chips.
The Crown & Anchor, Kilnsea - Pub grub overlooking the river Humber. https://www.crownandanchorkilnsea.co.uk/page1.html
The Coach and Horses, Welwick - Close village pub that serves delicious food.
There are many other local restaurants around. But these are our personal favourites.
Local takeaways will deliver to site.
Within a short walk out of the site and down a quite bridelway there are 2 local nature reserves.
Hollym Carrs Nature Reserve is an oasis for wildlife in South Holderness. It really is worth the walk. The reserve is a public woodland with over 12,000 native trees and shrubs providing food and shelter for a wide variety of birds, mammals and insects.
Visit the reserve in spring to see an amazing display of Cuckoo Flower in the Burnham Meadow, blossom everywhere and many species of woodland birds filling the air with their song.
With acres of open water and marsh containing the protected Great Crested Newt and chattering sedge warblers, you will not be disappointed.
Dragonflies hunt over the ponds and rides in late summer. The woodland areas have a dazzling display of leaf colours in the autumn.
On a quiet walk around the mown paths you may well see Roe Deer or Brown Hare.
All of this on 27 acres of former arable farmland, purchased by the South Holderness Countryside Society back in 1991 and managed by volunteers to become a most amazing place for wildlife. It shows that if you give nature a chance it will thrive.
Be aware that dogs must be kept on a lead and the reserve is closed to all public access on December 26th of each year.
Toffling Hill Reserve
1.8 acre bijou reserve, located 3 minute walk from the site.
For more information, please visit the website.
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