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Aldbrough Leisure Park

Holiday Homes - Caravans, Lodges & Touring at Aldbrough Leisure Park
Overview

Aldbrough Leisure Park is set within spacious, immaculate grounds and thanks to its stunning location overlooking the Yorkshire coast and surrounding countryside it's very popular with returning guests. It’s not just the location that you’ll love: there’s an unrivalled selection of luxury holiday homes on offer as well as plenty of things to see and do. 

There’s an abundance of natural beauty including incredible beaches plus several interesting local walks just minutes away. You can explore medieval Holderness or sections of the Trans-Pennine trail which starts in the nearby town of Hornsea.

There are limitless cliff top walks, sea views and chances to soak up some sea air near Aldbrough Leisure Park. The park team will be happy to suggest places to take in the best sights.

Holiday Accommodation

For booking a short break, you have the choice of renting a static caravan, or booking a pitch for your tourer, motorhome or tent. For the caravans, there is a choice of Gold, Silver and Bronze with prices starting at £60 per night.

Holiday Home Ownership

Aldbrough Lesiure Park has a good selection of new and used holiday home caravans for you to buy. The stock of available caravans is made up of various models from leading manufacturers such as ABI, Carnaby and Europa.

Local Amenities

Aldbrough and the surrounding area have plenty of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from.


Local Amenities
Supermarket
Pubs / bars
Restaurants
Coffee shops
Banks
Fishing Lake
Indoor Soft Play
Things to see and do

There are plenty of places to visit when you’re staying at Aldbrough. There’s nearby Hornsea with its shopping, farm, promenade and more, as well as a selection of excellent golf courses. Why not try The Deep in Hull or take a walk around the stunning Burton Constable Hall and gardens, a beautiful Elizabethan building and the perfect place for a family picnic. Whatever you’re looking to do, Aldbrough will act as the perfect gateway. Some of the most popular attractions include...

Burton Constable hall

This 18th and 19th century Elizabethan country house with stunning gardens, tea rooms and play area for children.

Hornsea Mere

This is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire and only fifteen minutes’ drive from Aldbrough Leisure Park. It's a great place to visit and has a cafe and rowing boats for hire.

Honeysuckle farm

A great place for all the family - you can feed animals, take one of the many signposted walks, milk animals or have a cart ride.

Withernsea Lighthouse

This is an interesting lighthouse-turned-museum dedicated to the RNLI and HM Coastguard. Climb its 144 steps for a stunning view of East Yorkshire - excellent for kids, with a cafe onsite.

Visit Hull

Hull  was the UK’s 2017 City of Cultureand and is only 30 minutes drive away from the holiday park. With shopping, dining and The Deep, the city is an excellent day out.

Location

Aldbrough is a coastal village in East Riding of Yorkshire about 12 miles north-east of Hull. The park is easy to get to by car and sits half way between Hornsea and Withernsea.

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