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Dacre Lakeside Park

Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire

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This is a 14 acre landscaped caravan and camping site with a new development of 26 log chalets surrounding a large lake catering for windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and fishing.

The log chalets are built from kiln dried Scandinavian timber and designed and built to create the highest quality log chalets available.

Open from:
1st March to 31st October

Facilities:
2 Pets allowed, Disabled access, Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Designated / private parking, Wireless internet, Bar, Club house

Pool table
Travel cots and highchairs £10 per week each
Tennis
Lake activities


Accomodations:
120 Touring pitches, 120 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 8 Tent pitches, Holiday homes (for rent), Camping pods, Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing, Tennis, Water Sports, Games Room, Snooker/Pool

Situated on the outskirts of the rural village of Brandesburton you are within easy access of the seaside towns of Bridlington, Scarborough and Hornsea and market towns of Beverley and Driffield, you can drive up to the yorkshire wolds and visit the estates of Castle Howard, Sledmere and Burton Agnes.

Jet-skiing and clay pigeon shooting
Good local pubs and eating places


Dacre Lakeside Park (www)

Brandesburton
East Riding of Yorkshire, North of England
United Kingdom
YO25 8RT
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This park is easy to find and on first impressions looked lovely but we were soon disappointed. The customer care was appauling or should we say lack of it,after being double booked pitched twice, we got most of our information from people that permanant pitched there they too said that there were new managers and it wasn't the same as last year many people had moved off site. The site shop no longer exist and the reception and bar area is open on a as and when basis, there is a telephone number you can ring if you require anything, people for example needed shower tokens and waited for the bar to open at 8 when it didn't open we telephoned and asked them when they were opening, there reply was "we've decided not to open tonight and if people needed shower tokens they should have got them during the day" this was in the first week of the 6 weeks summer holidays peak season. They have a lake where you can hire a canoe for £5 per hour laundry and toilet facilites that a key has to be purchased a tokens bought, we was shocked that this was a 4 star park as we felt it didn't offer 4 star facilities..