Bunny pod (1 at Little Wold Away Glamping)
The Owner Says
Our cosy underfloor heated pods sleep up to 4 people, they come with some added luxuries of a comfortable double bed, sofa bed and fully fitted shower room including a toilet and sink. There is a fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster alongside cups, plates and cutlery.
Enjoy a luxury outdoor experience with generous decking area, brick built BBQ and fire pit taking in the tranquil surroundings of the charming landscape.
You have the option of bringing your own bedding, or for an additional charge of £35 we can provide this for you.
We also have a choice of extras for you to purchase, the Fire pit pack at £10 or the BBQ fuel pack at £7.50.
This unit has a hot tub which is included in the price.
About Little Wold Away Glamping
Pod glamping only – though if you book both pods they can sometimes accommodate an extra tent to bump up the numbers. Pets are not permitted.
Little Wold Away Glamping is just west of the Humber Bridge and well placed for walking the chalky route of the Yorkshire Wolds Way, as well as visits to both Hull (14 miles) and York (20 miles), plus historic Beverley and its famous minster (10 miles; 01482 868540). The aquarium in Hull – The Deep (01482 38100) – is renowned and one of the most visited attractions in the North East, while any visit to York is not complete without some time spent walking the old city walks and perhaps a cuppa in Betty's Tea Rooms (01904 659142). For family fun close to home, try a visit to William's Den (01430 472230) – an adventure playground two minutes' down the road, with rope walls, wobbly bridges and plenty of things to clamber on. It's a 15-minute drive to Yorkshire's last working windmill. Skidby Mill (01482 84840) was restored in 2010 and the sails turn several days a week (usually Wednesday to Sunday, wind permitting) to produce artisan flour, made by the miller and available to buy in the shop. The original warehouses surrounding the mill still stand and are used as a museum of rural life – sometimes you can see the flour being bagged. There are also hands-on activities for children, a wildlife garden and play area, and a cafe in the courtyard, so it's a pretty good family visit at any time, even if the sails aren't turning. If you're visiting in June, don't miss Beverley Folk Festival, while the Freedom Festival is a fantastic culture event in Hull during September.
Food & Drink
It's a 15-minute walk to the fish'n'chippie in North Cave (The Catch; 01430 424550) and a half-hour walk (or 5 minute drive) to South Cave, where you can chose between the contemporary and cosily furnished Fox and Coney pub (01430 471050), the more old fashioned Bear Inn (01430 422482) with its second room with a pool table and dart board, and the thoroughly hip Cave Bar and Kitchen (01430 471204), which serves excellent coffee and has a cool diner feel by night. There's a Chinese takeaway (01430 422975) in South Cave too.
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Little Wold Away Glamping is located at Low Road, Everthorpe, Brough, East Yorkshire HU15 2AD
From the M62 Eastbound towards Hull, leave at junction 38 (North Cave) and take the B1230 into North Cave. Turn right onto Station Road and follow this road out of the village. Turn left turn down Low Road towards Everthorpe, then take the first left into Little Wold Away Glamping. The poly-tunnels of Marjoram Nurseries are a good sign that you're in the right place.
The nearest railway station is five miles away in Brough (10 minutes by car). It's a 25-minute drive to the main interchange station in Hull (14 miles) with lots of connections.