Burton Constable Holiday Park
Cycling UK Louth
Venue: Buron Constable OS Grid Reference TA 1869 3548
The Old Lodges, Park Road, Sproatley, Nr.Hull, HU11 4PJ
(for sat nav HU11 4PG)
Date: 2nd-4th April 2020
Cost: Car+Tent £22 per person per night
The site has access to many facilities: showers, toilets, washing up points, a small shop and there's also a bar:
The Lake Side Bar is open:
Monday: 5pm – 11pm
Tuesday: 5pm – 11pm
Wednesday: 12.30 – 11pm
Thursday: 5pm – 11pm
Friday: 12.30 – 11.30 pm
Saturday: 12.30 – 11.30 pm
Sunday: 12.30 – 11 pm
There's also 'The Constable Arms' public house in Sproatley (close to the holiday park) that boasts fine food and drink,
whilst it's just a short walk to the 'The Stables Kitchen' at Burton Constable Hall.
There's no requirement to do anything other than relax and enjoy the facilities and countryside.
There's easy access to North and South Holderness.
To the south and east, places of interest include Hedon, Fort Paull, Spurn Point, and a fascinating Underground Bunker Museum at RAF Holmpton. Refreshments at the Cakey Bakey Yum Yum Cafe, Patrington are legendary.
Withernsea and it's lighthouse are also worth a visit.
To the north and east there's Hornsea Mere and historic Skipsea Castle.
There are a number of suggested rides, some which are detailed below:
1. Burton Constable to Hornsea and Skipsea Castle
(option of using off road NCN 65 from near Great Hatfield into Hornsea)
2. Burton Constable to Patrington
(option of extending ride into Withersea)
3. Spurn to Sunk Island
(option of a shortened version omitting Sunk Island if visiting Bunker Museum i.e. a circular route via Patrington)