UK England North East England East Riding of Yorkshire Hull Greenoak Hideout

  • Sleeps 5 (max 4 adults, 4 children)
  • Electricity
  • Beds Provided
  • Bed Linen Provided
  • Private Bathroom
  • Pet Friendly
The Hedgehog is one of our spacious 18ft authentic, cosy, fully furnished yurts, which sleeps up to 5 guests.

The Owner Says

Our yurt comes furnished with a comfortable king size bed with luxury bedding, single beds as required, cosy blankets, tables and comfy chairs, a mini fridge and facilities to make tea, coffee etc, and mains sockets for your convenience. Each has its own outdoor furniture, including table and chairs, BBQ, and use of a firepit for your own campfire and toasting marshmallows! Each has its own private bathroom and a shared wash up area.

Garden games can be borrowed for free.

Add on include our Alpaca Experience and pony rides/grooming and feeding for under 10s.

Breakfast baskets can also be purchased.

Please note our yurts sleep 4 people most comfortably, but we are happy to accomodate up to 5 guests if one is a baby 2 or under. Please email us to let us know if you wish to add a baby on to your booking.

About Greenoak Hideout

Suitable For

Glamping, families, groups, dogs – yes. Tents, campervans, caravans, motorhomes, stag and hen parties – no.


If it's necessary to emerge from the hideout that is Greenoak, there are plenty of places to explore within easy reach including nature reserves such as Eastrington Ponds (lake fishing, dog-walking, dragon-fly spotting) or the North Cave Wetlands,  which has several lakes and three hides for viewing potentially rare wading birds. The former is a mere five-minute drive north while the wetlands are a fraction further to the east on the outskirts of the village of North Cave. For families with young children the adventure park, William's Den (01430 472230), is just seven miles away. And in Hull, slightly over 30 minutes away, The Deep (01482 381000) is one of the most visited attractions in the northeast and for good reason — it has sharks. Little Wold Vineyard (01430 424755) is about a 15-minute drive from the campsite and does tasting tours of the historical farm and award-winning wines. For longer day-out excursions, the shingle and sandy Hornsea Beach is 30 miles east and the historic city of York, with its magnificent 13th-century gothic cathedral, is roughly the same distance northwest.

Food & Drink

There are breakfast baskets available for pre-order at the campsite and tea, coffee, and hot chocolate are included with the yurt. The nearest pub is the Black Swan (01430 410931) in the village of Eastrington less than two miles away. The pub serves good local food, has a garden and an open fire. However, the market town of Howden is only less than five miles away and has a great selection of eateries including Florena's Italian (01430 235094) for the best pizza, Kitchen (01430 430600) for light bites, snacks cream teas, and sandwiches, or Silvano's at the Waterwheel (01430 431970), a quirky indoor space which has a family outdoor area. For farm shops, try either Spuds and Berries (01757 630879) in Hemingbrough, ten miles west, or Drewtons (01430 425079) in South Cave, eight miles away in the opposite direction.
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Thank you for our stay

What an idyllic spot with welcoming and friendly hosts. We had a lovely stay with our kids & two dogs in Hedgehog yurt. Beautifully clean, beautifully presented. So comfortable and cosy inside. We spent part of the day out on walks and visiting the locality. Part on the peaceful farm, enjoying the pony, alpacas and the hosts gorgeous dogs. The kids ran free and particularly loved the trampoline. Mornings started with the luxury of breakfast brought to us by John. Evenings spent by the fire pit and cooking on the barbecue. It felt like a real escape and we hope to return.
Sep 2, 2021 by Neil Moran Verified Review


Greenoak Hideout is located at Manor Farm, Greenoak Lane, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire DN14 7XP

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Getting There

Greenoak Hideout is situated just between the towns of Gilberdyke and Howden in East Yorkshire. The easiest way to find them is by using their postcode, DN14 7XP. This will take you off the B1230 (Main Rd) onto Greenoak Lane. A short way down, pass a small working farm on the right, and then look for big brown gates on the same side, with the sign 'Manor Farm'.  The nearest train station is Gilberdyke. There are regular buses (X5/55 Eastrider) from Gilberdyke to Howden which pass Greenoak Lane, the road that Greenoak Hideout is on. It's a 500-yard walk to the campsite down Greenoak Lane.