John and Mandy would like to offer you a warm welcome to Driftwood Caravan Site. We are a quiet friendly site located in the village of Kilnsea close to the Heritage Coast and at the base of Spurn Point, a unique nature reserve owned and managed by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust. Driftwood is a small and peaceful tree enclosed site with five hard-standing pitches and electrical hook-ups. There is also an area for small tents. The site has a clean, modern shower and toilet building with hot and cold water. Within walking distance, (150 metres) is the Crown and Anchor pub which sells excellent home cooked food and real ales and also offers stunning views across the Humber Estuary. Next to the sea, about 500 metres away, is the Blue Bell cafe where you can buy tea, coffees, sandwiches snacks etc. There are plenty of coastal walks within the area and it is popular with cyclists too. There is easy access for fishing both at sea and along the River Humber. The area is a haven for wildlife and is the mainland's most important site for migratory birds and as well as the many common species to be seen rarities are recorded on a regular basis. There is a small shop with limited supplies in Welwick (6 miles), various shops (including mini-market) in Patrington (8 miles) and two supermarkets and numerous other shops in the seaside town of Withernsea (10 miles), whilst further up the coast are the Hornsea Free Port (27 miles) and Bridlington (42 miles). In Hull (24 miles) is The Deep, a huge aquarium with over 3,500 species of marine life including sharks and rays.
For further information about Spurn Point including Lighthouse visits and Spurn Safaris visit www.ywt.org.uk/spurn
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