Family cabins near Hull

Head to Hull for a sandy coastline full of camping spots and walking in the hilly wolds.

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Butt Farm, Beverley

30 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents3 acres · East Yorkshire, England
A family-friendly campsite on a working East Yorkshire Farm just outside the market town of Beverley
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Roe Deer Meadow

11 units · Glamping, Tents2 acres · Filey, North Yorkshire, North East England
A small and super-friendly rural campsite close to Yorkshire’s east coast
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The Old Vicarage

6 units · Glamping, Tents5 acres · Retford, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands
The Old Vicarage offers a relaxed and tranquil atmosphere for your stay for camping. We have BBQ's, camp fires to hire and have the shallow river to play in. Free Wifi. Well behaved dogs allowed on leads at all times. Riverside site in grounds of a 17th-century house in Nottinghamshire Close to Sherwood Forest and 25 miles from Nottingham Cave bar on site open on Bank Holidays You'll sense the history all around you at The Old Vicarage, from the old house to the remains of the water mill in the river bed. Stays here are in the grounds of a 17th-century house in the village of Elkesley, six miles from Worksop and 25 miles from Nottingham. Its grounds run down to the banks of the Poulter river, and are lined with stands of acacia, sycamore, ash and oak trees which were originally donated to the first vicar by the Duke of Newcastle in the 1830s. There's plenty of space around the site for traditional outdoor activities, with a rope swing and stepping stones over the shallow river and a bridge that's perfect for playing Pooh Sticks. In the surrounding area there are animal parks and nature reserves to walk around, or to head back further in time, you could take one of the trails through ancient Sherwood Forest, around quarter of an hour's drive away. Guest facilities on site centre around the Cave Bar, a cool little space built into an exposure of 500-million-year-old sandstone, plus an outdoor terrace for sipping drinks out in the sunshine. Other amenities include a washing-up area and bathrooms with plentiful hot showers, toilets and baby changing facilities.
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Lincolnshire Lanes

32 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Market Rasen, England
Old-fashioned family fun on a child-friendly campsite in rural Lincolnshire
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Family cabins near Hull guide

Overview

Beyond nearby camping, bustling Hull, Yorkshire’s chief seaport on the River Humber, has a pretty old town of cobbled streets, a museum quarter, and international ferry connections to Belgium and the Netherlands. Seaside-lovers relish Hull’s position midway along a sandy seaboard, with East Yorkshire’s beaches leading off in one direction and North Lincolnshire’s beaches in the other. Lesser known is its location at the start/finish of a couple of fantastic long-distance hikes: the Yorkshire Wolds Way (running north) and the Viking Way (running south). North of the city are some of the best campsites near Hull, some on farms and others on the river’s edge.

Where to go

Yorkshire Wolds

These low hills (or wolds) rise out of the surrounding East Yorkshire flat farmland, and you can hike across them from Hull on the 79-mile Yorkshire Wolds Way. Gently undulating, the wolds offer easy hiking and cycling, plus plenty of prehistoric history, including Britain’s tallest standing stone, the Rudston Monolith. You’ll find this area far quieter than the nearby coast, which means there are a number of serene camping spots and farm stays with plenty of space.

East Yorkshire Coast

Running from Spurn Head, just east of Hull, the East Yorkshire coast and its splendid beaches stretch past seaside resorts Withernsea, Hornsea, and Bridlington, then rounds Flamborough Head, home to one of Europe’s most important concentrations of seabirds. It’s a shoreline well-served by caravanning and camping sites, many of which are holiday-maker-focussed and quite large. Smaller, more personal campsites can be found out near Hornsea and Skipsea.

North Lincolnshire Coast

Another big sweep of sand begins across the other side of the Humber Estuary from Hull at Grimsby and runs continuously all the way around to Skegness. Traditional beachside holiday-making is the thing here, and the choice of caravanning and camping sites is huge. Sites tend toward the large and busy along the coast, but there are some hidden gems too, especially inland.

When to go

May is the best all-round month for a Hull holiday—sunshine hours are usually longer than in the June-to-August high season, and rainfall is lower. Swimmers like the seawater temperatures of late August and September, which are the year’s balmiest. May and September are the best hiking months in the wolds, when average daily temperatures hit 16-19°C. Big Hull-area festivals include The Awakening arts celebration in March, August’s Tribfest in Driffield, and the Flamborough Fire Festival in December.

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