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43 New Road, Driffield YO25 8RX England
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#1 of 11 Specialty lodging in Driffield
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Ruth wrote a review Jun 2022
37 contributions3 helpful votes
We’ve just returned from a 4 night stay here, this is our third visit and this time we stayed in cabin 23 which was situated on the lake with lovely views. It appeared to be nice and quiet with both cabins either side empty so sitting out on the decking and using the hot tub was nice and peaceful. There were a few niggles worth mentioning, the first that nowhere online could we find a list of items available within the cabin such as dishwasher tablets, tin opener, etc. so took our own but we’re pleasantly surprised to see these were in the cabin on arrival. There was also milk in the fridge but we didn’t use this. We feel little attentions to detail we’re missing, the grout in the en suite was coming away in the floor tiles and was sharp to stand on, the duvet cover had a rip in it, some of the decking lights didn’t work and we felt the entire decking area really would benefit from a jet wash because it was full of cobwebs and in the evenings there were huge spiders right next to the table and hot tub. One thing also to mention, the hot tub lid was difficult to lift and slide off the tub, there usually is a metal bar to aid lifting but this didn’t have one and there was nowhere on the side to store it while in use so we had to put it by the patio door, not a really big issue but I couldn’t have lifted it on my own. The main bedroom backed onto the boiler cupboard which made lots of noise and kept me awake the first night. It was also very hot and some complimentary fans would have been a welcome addition to the cabin. On our final morning the cabin next to us was having maintenance carried out which we thought 7am was a little early for sawing and drilling. It’s also worth noting that the on-site water works let off the most fowl smell which ruins the atmosphere a lot of the time. Having highlighted these areas it has to be said that general cleanliness, location of the site, WiFi, lake activities, views and the general stay were really wonderful. The overall stay as always was lovely, nice and quiet, great onsite restaurant. It was a shame the gelato hut isn’t open midweek. There was an Aldi 10 mins drive away and we spent time in Beverley and Bridlington both just 20-30 minutes drive away. The staff we met were all friendly and welcoming, with the issues mentioned we would still recommend this site to others and would consider returning in the future ourselves.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Charli C wrote a review Jun 2022
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom4 contributions
I booked a two-night stay in a glamping pod for me and my partner for his birthday. We had both been looking forward to it, however, some of the facilities and lack of were disappointing. First checking in, the receptionist was a bit dull with no explanation of where things were. We were given just a map and a set of keys. I had to ask what keys had what function but she said she didn't know, and guessed that one was for the pod and the other three were for the loos. We stayed in the Elm pod which was cozy, but both the blinds had broken so we had to use our hands to pull them down and roll them back up without the bind puller. The toilets were always clean and smelt nice, however, the women's shower flooded the whole toilet and took around 10 mins to drain. I had to stand in an inch or two of water while i was getting dressed so i didn't feel clean even though i was. It said on their website that they had a clubhouse, however, the 'clubhouse' was an empty bar that closed at 6 pm on Tuesdays, and 8:30 pm on Wednesdays (the days we stayed), so there was nowhere to get a drink in the evening as Bert's also closed at 8 pm. I feel like that was a missed opportunity as if there was a bar open till at least 10/11 pm, then it would definitely be used by those using the pods as us and others were all just sat outside drinking anyways till late. Mini golf was fun, and putt and putt was surprisingly good too. The kiosk wasn't open both days we went at around 2/3 pm so there was nowhere to get ice cream or snacks. Not really any staff around, but the lady at reception after we checked in was very nice and helpful when booking these activities. We ended up at Bert's the first night. A lot of our relatives recommended it so we were looking forward to it, but we weren't blown away and probably wouldn't return. Second night, we were directed to the Dacre Arms pub, and the meal we had in there was to the same standard as Berts but a lot cheaper! We probably wouldn't return as we felt like it was a bit boring. There was no bar, no atmosphere and only mini golf to do (you could also hire pedalos/caneo but we didnt). We went into Beverley, but as we only live in Hull, it would have been pointless to go into the city or to Hornsea/Bridlington as we have been there many times before. In short, it was comfy sleeping in the pod (our backs didnt hurt at all and we were both actually really cozy) and it was a nice experience at Lake Dacre, but it was just a little boring and you have to rely on your own company/booze. Bring a car or a mode of transport as it is in the middle of a small village so for entertainment, you have to go 20 mins away into Hull, Hornsea, Bev or Bridlington.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Room Tip: Get a pod that's at the front facing the lake rather than at the back.
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DNE17 wrote a review Jun 2022
Rotherham, United Kingdom6 contributions5 helpful votes
Really enjoyed our stay in the dragonfly lodge. We stayed end October & weather was great which was a bonus. Hot tub area was covered & private. Robes & slippers provided. Park & lake are gorgeous. Bert’s pizzeria is also great facility on site. Enjoyed the mini golf & ice cream /snack bar. BrandesBurton nearby town in walking distance for fish & chips, small supermarket, Childrens park etc WIFI was non existent in the dragonfly lodge so make sure downloaded anything to keep children entertained or yourself! Dragonfly Lodge was a good size with kitchen & Underfloor heating. Inside was well maintained with a full size sofa bed also in main bedroom which is perfect for one or two children. Bathroom is huge. Outside of some lodges could do with some general maintenance (wood stain) & the hot tub lids look a bit tatty. Also could hear quite a bit of road noise from our lodge situated round the small lake but wasn’t unbearable just wasn’t expecting it due to location! However didn’t spoil our stay & booked again :)
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Lisa G wrote a review May 2022
Barnsley, United Kingdom58 contributions19 helpful votes
Booked last minute stayed Monday to Friday in lodge 2, Bulrush watersedge Very clean and lovely location, set back round a pond Very private hot tub and under cover which was fab when it rained Such a beautiful well kept park Lady on reception greeted us with a warm welcome Thoroughly enjoyed the relaxation could not fault anything Ideal location within 15mins of Hornsea and Beverley Definitely recommend and cant wait to return
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Nab wrote a review May 2022
Leeds, United Kingdom4 contributions1 helpful vote
Our 2nd stay at this park the manager was superb big thank you and the staff were excellent nothing too much trouble Had a great stay and would definitely return excellent facilities Local to Beverley market and the coast also pubs and other shops across the road up the main street
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
dee977 wrote a review May 2022
Uk30 contributions31 helpful votes
We have stayed in these log cabins 2 or 3 times a year since 2010 and enjoyed some wonderful holidays, however our experience last week was disappointing. The last couple of stays we noticed that some of the furnishings were becoming 'tired and worn' but this time the state of the lodge spoilt our stay and we left early. There had been a repair made to the inside of the hot tub and it just looked looked like a grey, murky mess so we didn't want to use it. There was mould growing on the grouting of the shower cubicle and the stitching of the sofa was split so that the stuffing was coming through. It's a beautiful site and credit due to housekeeping and maintenance staff who work so hard but clearly there is investment needed to make this a top class site again. Sadly, after all these years we won't be returning
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Date of stay: May 2022
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Adam W wrote a review Apr 2022
Sheffield, United Kingdom15 contributions8 helpful votes
Superbly presented park in a tranquil setting, let down by some poor lodge maintenance. We stayed for three nights in April (family of four with two dogs) in Lodge 16. The park itself is well presented - clean, well kept and an abundance of wildlife (rabbits and ducks). The lodge is as also very clean, spacious and warm. It is set on the waters edge, with French doors onto the decking and two huge windows. This means for a beautiful view of the lake and a chance to sit outside in the evening and enjoy the peace and quiet. Facilities in the lodge are good too - dishwasher, en-suite bathroom, TV in the main bedroom. It was also very easy to keep warm through an efficient central heating system. The hot tub is well kept and stays hot 24/7. Now for the bad points. One of the doors had cracked glass and was held together by duct tape! There was no warning of this even though I found out later the glass was “on order”. The bath panel is cracked despite enquiring months before booking and has still not been fixed. The knob has also been removed from the fireplace so it acts only as a fancy light and nothing more. It won’t put me off staying again but it certainly niggles when you pay a fair amount to stay.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
carol wrote a review Feb 2022
Tamworth, United Kingdom2 contributions
Stayed garden lodge over new year. Having visited lots of times we knew we would not be disappointed had a great week everything in lodge was perfect lodge was toasty and warm when we arrived hot tub was lovely and hot just what needed after being out all day staff are lovely and friendly big thank you to tracey and Steve for organising the New Year’s Eve party all Covid safe and a great night.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Marleygw1 wrote a review Jan 2022
Ossett, United Kingdom25 contributions11 helpful votes
Visited here for 7th time for a family weekend, the main toilet had a leak and smelt terrible, the kettle was filthy, toaster didn’t work, and there was a loud droning coming from fridge on a night which kept us awake, we left it until end of our break to report to park/hoseasons, as we had paid a lot of money for this and didn’t want to waste time. When handing keys in to manager all he was bothered about was if we left the dressing gowns! After complaining we had a reply basically saying there wasn’t a leak, I was lying, and there’s nothing they can do. We didn’t even get an apology! I was disgusted . Also restaurant on site has reduced to a limited burger/pizza menu which was also disappointing! Needless to say we won’t be visiting here again.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Dougie s wrote a review Jan 2022
North Berwick, United Kingdom1 contribution
My wife and I have visited these lodges several times over the years, it is a great place,lodges have always been clean and have everything you need, hot tubs always great, staff really helpful and friendly, we had a lovely stay in number 15 with friends over new year, but I felt the lodge was looking tired,and in need of an up grade, especially for prices next year, £400 jump from this year.... hot tub decking area was dirty, cigarette tips left , and kitchen bin strong smell of cigarettes, strong smell in cupboard which was resolved quickly, but overall still a great place .
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dacre Lakeside Park
Which popular attractions are close to Dacre Lakeside Park?
Nearby attractions include Honeysuckle Farm (6.8 km), Burton Constable Hall (7.5 km), and The Black Swan (0.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Dacre Lakeside Park?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Dacre Lakeside Park?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Dacre Lakeside Park?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Dacre Lakeside Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Dacre Lakeside Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Duke of York, The Dacre Arms, and Bert's Pizzeria & Cafe.
Are pets allowed at Dacre Lakeside Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Dacre Lakeside Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wassand Hall (5.2 km).
Does Dacre Lakeside Park have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the lake view available here.