Lily Pad Yurt
- A modern yurt-style tent furnished with beds and a log burner
- BBQ for use by tent and covered fully-equipped communal kitchen
- Pitched on a deck that's perfect for al fresco dining
The Owner Says
Yurts are a unique place to stay, feeling surprisingly spacious inside, traditionally used as nomad dwellings and basic social habitation, the round structure facilitated a community feel.
Features & Facilities
Each glamping unit has a wood burner, proper beds with cosy bedding; duvets and pillows provided, electrical sockets and lighting. Kayaks and firepits can be hired for your stay. Glamping hub area – a communal space in large log cabin building containing cooking facilities (gas hobs, microwave, large fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, washing up sink) as well as a large seating area. Separate male and female luxury washrooms; four toilets, four hot showers, one wheelchair-accessible toilet/shower cubicle, shaver sockets. Lakes and numerous walks around the site. Fishing available for guests who have their own equipment and rod licence during their stay.
Many local beaches including Fraisthorpe, Bridlington and Hornsea, while the larger seaside spa town of Scarborough is 50mins away by car. Stunning coastal areas including Flamborough Headland with its many coves and caves, as well as Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve. A 30–40 min drive gets you to Hull. The UK City of Culture in 2017 boasts a bustling marina, charming Hepworth's Arcade and the recently regenerated Humber Street. The latter is now a music and arts hub on the site of the historic fruit market where your host family first started selling the farm’s potatoes many years ago! Other attractions include the numerous museums and galleries, plus the iconic Humber bridge. En route to Hull, the town of Beverley is a lively market town full of stylish, independent shops and restaurants. Home to one of Europe's finest Gothic churches, Beverley Minster (01482 868540) and also plays host to a well known folk music festival every summer (01377 217569), while Skidby Windmill (01482 848405), half way between Hull and Beverley, is Yorkshire's last working windmill and provides tours between 10am – 5pm. Closer to home, the canal that runs through Leven and Driffield makes for lovely walking and narrow boat tours are available.
Food & Drink
There are plenty of great places around Brandesburton village to eat. Bert’s Bistro (01964 541809) is a very popular venue for everything from coffee and cake in the morning to a special evening meal – fantastic food with an Italian twist. For a good pub (with massive food portions) try The Dacre Arms (01964 542392). It's a good option for a weekend cooked breakfast too. The New Inn Leven (01964 542223 and The Duke of York (01964 500300) offer decent pub grub. In Brandesburton there is Costcutters (7am–8pm; 01964 543480) and village store (6am–8pm). Archers Deli (01964 541544) is the local’s favourite for sausage rolls, pies, freshly made to order sandwiches and sweet treats, while In Leven (the next nearest village) there's Charter’s Butchers (01964 543480).
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If using Sat-Nav use this postcode: YO25 8NA
From South: From the M1, take the M18 towards Doncaster/Hull, then the M62 east to Hull/York/Goole, this road then becomes the A63 towards Hull. Take the A1034 towards Market Weighton/South Cave, then follow signs for Driffield/Bridlington. Then take the A1035 (A165) towards Hornsea/Bridlington. Turn left at the Roundabout into Leven village, going all the way through it, then take the first left (Hempholme Lane) – this is on a sharp right hand bend so is easy to miss, so if you get to Brandeburton village you have gone too far so turn back round. At the end of Hempholme Lane (this is a single track road for most of the way but there are passing places), turn left, then go straight on at the next T-junction, the entrance to Kingfisher Lakes is then 200m on your left.
From North & West (York/Leeds): From the A64 at York, take the A1079 towards Hull, continue on this for approx. 27 miles. After the village of Bishop Burton you will reach Killingwoldgraves roundabout, take the 1st exit onto the A1035 (Dog Kennel Lane). At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A1035, at the next roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A1035 towards Bridlington & Driffield. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A1035 signposted Bridlington & Hornsea. Then take the 1st exit at the next roundabout towards Bridlington & Hornsea (A1035). Turn left at the Roundabout into Leven village, going all the way through it, then take the first left (Hempholme Lane) – this is on a sharp right hand bend so is easy to miss, so if you get to Brandeburton village you have gone too far so turn back round. At the end of Hempholme Lane (this is a single track road for most of the way but there are passing places), turn left, then go straight on at the next T-junction, the entrance to Kingfisher Lakes is then 200m on your left.From Brandesburton village (off the A165 Scarborough-Hull road) take the turning down the side of the village newsagents shop. The road veers off to the right but you take the left (straight on with the play park to your right), follow this road for 2 miles, shortly after a T junction signposted to Burshill/ Baswick (don’t take this one), Kingfisher Lakes is on your left
The nearest train station is Beverley (0845 748 4950) which is a 15-minute taxi journey away. Brandesburton is on the main bus route along the East Coast from Hull to Scarborough.