Grass Tent Pitch - with Electric Hook Up

UK England North East England East Riding of Yorkshire Beverley Butt Farm

  • Sleeps 10 (max 4 adults, 6 children)
  • Electricity
For tents and small campervans only - per night price with EHU for 2 adults & 1 dog. Price also includes use of site facilities (heated toilet & shower blocks and utility room with washing up facilities)

The Owner Says

For tents or small campervans only - (Strictly unsuitable for caravans or motorhomes) price includes 2 adults ,1 dog and 1 car (if in a tent)

Please state in the notes section at booking confirmation what type of unit you will be staying in (e.g. tent, campervan). Please include approx length in metres.  This will help us allocate the most appropriate pitch.

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About Butt Farm

Suitable For

Everyone! Campers, glampers, tents, campervans, motorhomes, caravans, couples, families, groups, cyclists, dogs (on a lead)...

Nearby

The campsite is on the outskirts of Beverley, home to old cobbled streets and grand Beverley Minster (01482 868540), one of Europe's finest gothic minsters. It can be seen from a great distance as you approach across the fields – there is an excellent 30-minute walking route into the centre of town. In the opposite direction you can walk or drive to Folly Fishing Lakes (07860 255981) to try your hand at angling or simply sit and watch from the café. Just beyond, Skidby Windmill (01482 848405) is well worth a visit. A working, four-sailed tower windmill and the last working mill in Yorkshire, it offers visitors short tours and boasts magnificent views over the Wolds. Further afield, 2017's UK Capital of Culture, Hull, is 20 minutes away by car and it's under an hour to York. Visit in June for the excellent Beverley Folk Festival (01377 217569). Other highlights include Beverley Racecourse (01482 867488) and the David Hockney Trail.

Food & Drink

The Barrel (075500 78833) is the closest pub, with The Ferguson Fawsitt Arms (01482 882665) and The Dog & Duck (01482 801662) offering great bar meals – all in Walkington. The Tiger Inn (01482 869040) and The Woolpack Inn (01482 867095) are both good, while The Kings Head (01482 868103) and the historic Nellie's White Horse (01482 861973) are also well worth a visit. For something up market, try the Michelin-starred Pipe & Glass (01430 810246) at North Dalton, while for a light bite there's Folley Lakes Café (07860 255981) in Risby or cycling stop-off Café Velo (01482 679270) in Beverley. There's a supermarket (with a petrol station) less than a mile down the road.

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Location

Butt Farm is located at Victoria Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire ​HU17 8PJ

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Getting There

From the West and South: Drive along the A63 to the direction of Hull. Follow signs for the Humber Bridge. At the roundabout at the top of the slip road take the first junction signposted A164 and Beverley. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto the A164. Remain on the A164 and follow signs for Beverley for 8 miles. You will then approach the A1079. Proceed straight on through two sets of traffic lights crossing the A1079. After the second set of lights approx. 250m turn left onto Victoria Road…

From the North: From the A64 at York take the A1079 signposted Hull and Pocklington. Continue along the A1079 for approx. 27 miles. After the village of Bishop Burton you will reach a roundabout. Take the third exit (A1079) for the Humber Bridge. Continue along the road and take the first exit off this road sign posted Humber Bridge. At the top of the slip road get in the right hand lane signposted Beverley Town Centre. After approx. 200m turn left onto Victoria road…

From the East: Approach Beverley along the A1035. Take the first exit at the roundabout onto Swinemoor Lane. At the next roundabout continue straight onto Hull Road. At the next roundabout go on the By Pass, Minster way, following signs for A1079 and Humber Bridge. At the next roundabout continue straight and then the first exit at the next (Morrisons). Take the first right turn onto Victoria road, before the traffic lights…

Follow Victoria Road around to the left. There will be houses on your right and a field on the left. Keep following the road down until you reach the farm drive which is marked by a large white farm sign. Follow the farm drive crossing over two cattle grids and over the A1079. The entrance to the campsite is at the bottom of the bridge on the left. Follow the campsite road into the field where the pitches are clearly marked.

The nearest train station is in Beverley (0845 748 4950) and buses run to Beverley Victoria Road, 500m from site.