Local Activities and Attractions
SHOPPING: Hull is the perfect shopping location, in the city centre there are multiple shopping centres: Northpoint; St Stehpen's and Prospect. And there are thousands of shops around the city streets for all people, there are cultured food shops and alternative clothing shops, bakeries and bars, all for your perusal.
ATTRACTIONS: The main attractions to Hull are the Hull Truck Theatre and The Deep. Visit their sites by clicking the links to see what's available on your time of staying with us!
RESTAURANTS AND PUBS: Inside the shopping centres are restaurants, or around the city there are some privately owned restaurants, one including the well revered Ciao Bistro italian restaurant.
SHOPPING: Our site is situated outside one mile of the village centre which has local hairdressers, pet shop, post office and convenience store for you to visit should you wish.
ATTRACTIONS: Our guests who are keen on fishing often visit Goathill Fisheries, a peaceful, calm and quiet lake located within one mile of the site.
RESTAURANT AND PUBS: Unfortunately there are no pubs in Goxhill but there is a Fish & Chip shop in the village.
ATTRACTIONS: The amazing Thornton Abbey is located here and is easy to get to from the site, the perfect biking distance; you can picnic on the grounds outside and take a tour through the abbey.
SHOPPING: Barton is only a few miles away from the campsite and it has grocers and other stores for supplies you may need: Tesco, Lidl, and Nisa are all located in this local town.
ATTRACTIONS: Barton has a wonderful array of attractions, from the local Baysgarth Park to the Far Ings Nature Reserve. There is a leisure centre located here also which includes a swimming pool and a gym.
RESTAURANTS AND PUBS: There are 7 pubs in Barton, and 2 of them are in walking distance from each other! Find them all here. There are a decent selection of restaurants in Barton including The Huntsman and Elio's. which are only yards away from the local pubs.
SHOPPING: Grimsby is home to the Freshney Place Shopping Centre which houses a large array of different shops, there are shops on the streets surrounding the city centre which may spark a lot of interest and attract people from all around the region.
ATTRACTIONS: Right next to Grimsby is the sea-side town of Cleethorpes, you can walk along the pier and visit the multiple entertainment facilities or get some fish and chips and sit on the beach! There are museums and even Go Karting, and the amusement park "Pleasure Island" here so it's fun for all the family if you choose to go.
RESTAURANT AND PUBS: There is a huge selection of Pubs and Restaurants in Grimsby and Cleethorpes; you'll have a hard time choosing what to eat when you visit this wonderful seaside city.