Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park Holbeach, Lincolnshire, Central North England, PE12 8LL (Location map)
20th March to 31st October
Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, is an adults only park located just 11 miles from the market town of Spalding in the county's South Holland district. The park's season runs from March to November.
This immaculate little site has 45 touring pitches, 24 of which are hardstanding,. The washblock is kept spotless and the flowerbeds are as neat as a pin. The superb facilities include 16A electric hook-up, a heated washblock, facilities for the disabled, a motorhome waste-water disposal point, an information centre, Wi-Fi access and a dog walk. Pitches are a generous size with plenty of room to manoeuvre. Access is via a long drive and there is a security barrier. The site's very helpful owners, Roy and Nikki, live on the site.
There are a number of amenities within easy walking distance of Delph Bank, including one pub and a Chinese restaurant. For those who want to leave the car or motorhome behind for the day the site is very close to a bus route for buses that will take you to King's Lynn in Norfolk ( a half-hour drive) or in the opposite direction to Spalding.
Book Delph Bank for one night only stopovers, if you en route to somewhere else in the UK, but if you are looking to explore Lincolnshire, the east coast and north Norfolk it also makes a great base.
Holbeach is the nearest market town, which is a short walk away, while larger locations such as Spalding, which features the large Springfields Shopping Outlet, and King’s Lynn are within a half-hour's drive. From Spalding's Springfields Shopping Outlet you can catch a water taxi into Spalding proper.
Walkers and cyclists should check out the coastline along the north of East Anglia, which is filled with many small, secluded beaches in addition to having some great walking routes, including the long-distance path, the Peter Scott Walk, which takes you along the Wash. Don't forget your binoculars for a spot of birdwatching.
If you love visiting castles and gardens, the royal estate of Sandringham in Norfolk is just a 40-minute drive from Delph Bank, Grimsthorpe Castle at Bourne is a 50-minute drive and Burghley House near Stamford is less than an hour. Stamford itself is a lovely town to visit; pop into the George Inn for lunch.
Slightly further afield, just over an hour's drive, is the city of Lincoln. The city is a beautiful place to visit and among its attractions are Lincoln Castle and the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral, which is home to one of the four copies of the Magna Carta still in existence.
Lincolnshire is, of course, famous for its wartime airfields. There are two aircraft museums that will evoke all the atmosphere of those airfields during the war years: the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at Spilsby (50 minutes' drive) and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Centre at Conningsby (45 minutes' drive). After absorbing all that history you will welcome the peace and tranquility of the adults-only refuge at Delph Bank in Holbeach. It's the ideal spot to relax after a day's sightseeing.
Ayscoughfee Hall Museum & Gardens, African Violet Centre, Baytree Garden & Owl Centre, Moulton Award Winning Windmill, Gordon Boswell Romany Museum, Peter Scott Walk, Pinchbeck Engine & Land Drainage Museum are all nearby.
Other attractions include Boston Wash Banks, Flag Fen Bronze Age Centre, Spalding Bulb Museum.
The nature of the Fens makes it excellent cycling and walking country.
SPRINGFIELDS FESTIVAL GARDENS re-opened in spring of 2004 as part of a multi-million pound development to become SPRINGFIELDS OUTLET SHOPPING & FESTIVAL GARDENS.
The new landscaped gardens have a superb range of features within the 35 acre site offering an all year round opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
The gardens include:
Seasonal Flower Beds,
Water and Wetland Features,
including designs by Charlie Dimmock, Chris Beardshaw and Kim Wilde.
There are 40 factory outlets shops, a pub restaurant, a coffee bar, a cafe and a garden centre.
Springfields will give visitors the chance to shop, eat and gain inspiration for their gardens from the Chelsea style themed areas.
In July 2005 Spalding's new water taxis took to the River Welland.
They operate between Springfields and Spalding Town Centre.
The 2008 £11 million expansion of Springfields is now complete and is bigger and better than ever.
There are now over 55 outlet stores.
Also new for 2008 are the amazing Display Fountains, with regular shows at 2,4,5 & 6 p.m.
Based on 9 review(s)
Warwickshire 12 Sep 2012
We had a lovley 3 night stay. The owners were very friendly, everything was spotless, the showers were great. Two pubs in walking distance both were very friendly. Perfect place for a relaxing break.
Bedfordshire 22 Aug 2011
On arrival, we were greeted by neatly cut grass, and tubs of colourful flowers. We were directed to our pitch, and told where the drinking water, rubbish and recycling bins were located. The amenities block was very modern with ultra modern wet rooms/showers, soap dispensers, etc. The owners regularly collected the rubbish and recycling bins, and ensured that the dog walk, grounds and amenities block, were kept clean and tidy. A short walk from the site were two pubs, both serving food, (though you need to check if you want food in the evenings, (neither served on Sunday or Monday nights). There was also a chinese restaurant not too far away. It was so relaxing,and such pleasant surroundings, that we decided to stay for an extra night.
england 22 Aug 2011
we have been coming to this park for a number of years we have not been disapointed once we stayed for 17 nights jeniffer & michael are very kind and very helpfull we will be returning next year hazel & michael proctor eccleshall stafford delph bank caravan park
Lincolnshire 28 Jun 2011
We have just returned from a lovely 2 night stay at the beautiful& spotless Delph Bank Caravan Park. The welcome was warm & friendly & the pitches were well spaced apart & in great condition. 1st class facilities, best we have seen in a long while. Great location for both visiting Lincolnshire & Norfolk. Will definatley return again. Steve & Elaine (LIncoln)
DURHAM 19 Jun 2010
A warm welcome from the owners, Jennifer and Michael, on our arrival and Jenifer showed us to our pitch. The site was tranquil the whole time we were there, the loudest noise was from the birds singing in the trees. The amenities were brand new, spotless, cleaned thoroughly each day. Our fully serviced pitch was a godsend; the site is environmentally friendly and support recycling. Out two dogs were welcomed on the site and were priveliged to use a well kept 'dog walk' for their own needs. The site is in a small village but there is so much to see and do in the area we didnt get much time for the spending it with the locals. There are many small towns nearby for stocking up on groceries or many places to eat in or take away within a small drive from the site. The local garden centre and coffee shop is worth a visit. We would definitely stay again at this site and recommend it for couples whether young or old. Delph Bank Touring Caravan Park Exclusively for Adults, Spalding, Lincolnshire
hull 16 Sep 2009
just had a lovely 8 nights at delph bank very quiet site absoultley immaculate jennifer and micheal very friendly very helpfull was allowed to get set up before paying which is unusal Showers very hot and you dont have to keep pushing on went in the rose and crown pub in the village everyone very friendly landlord very funny had a great night thanks.We would definitley recommend this site especially if you want peace and quiet but everyone very welcoming and friendly top marks .We will definately be returning . Delph Bank Touring Caravan & Camping Park , Spalding, Lincolnshire
derbyshire east midlands 09 Apr 2009
we enjoyed our stay at delph bank was very enjoyable like normal as we are regulars to the site would highly recomend to any one who what a nice quiet stay the site is level/very clean micheal and jennifer are always friendly and welcoming and always there if you need a quiestion answered frank newman Delph Bank Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Spalding, Lincolnshire
scotland 24 Nov 2008
We have stayed at this lovely park on several occassions, we have found Michael & Jeniffer very helpful. facilities are spotless and it is great for touring, near to Kings Lynn/Boston/Spalding etc., If you like peace and quiet this is the perfect touring holiday destination for you. 2 really good pubs just a short walk from the camp site. Perfect for holidays or just a one night stop over. First Class ***** 5 star camp site Ann Foster Scotland Delph Bank Touring Caravan & Camping Park, Spalding, Lincolnshire
Worcestershire 29 Jun 2008
On arriving at the site we had a warm welcome from the owners , nothing was to much trouble for them . The site is nice and quite with pleasant well up kept flower beds , with good size pitches , and a lovely dog walk .Showers are hot and very clean , we have just spent two weeks here and we would return , although we left very early the owner took the time to come and say goodbye .