Dacre Lakeside Park (England) Reviews
Description:Address: New Road, Brandesburton, Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 8RT.
Newest Review: ... of glassware, mugs, crockery and cutlery to cater for its guests and other than the wooden floor showing signs of wear and being discoloured in the kitchen area due to plenty of use I immediately felt at home and was eager to check out the rest of the lodge and see what it was going to offer us. Our lodge had 2 bedrooms; a master with en suite bathroom and a twin with separate shower and ... more
Customer Dacre Lakeside Park (England) Reviews (4)
by - written on 17/05/12 (Very useful, 233 readings)
Introduction Located in the small village of Brandesburton in Driffiield, East Yorkshire I recently stayed at Dacre Lakside Park on a Monday to Friday short break. The Park itself offers holiday accommodation in the form of a campsite for tents, pitches for tourer caravans, fixed static caravans available to book for family breaks and Scandinavian-style wooden lodges. I booked a lodge for 4 adults and my pet dog through the Hoseasons website not so long ago and whilst the holiday experience is still fresh in my mind I thought it time to share my thoughts on my short break away. Checking In Having booked online I was sent details of how to ... Read the complete review
by MILES BOSTOCK - written on 27/05/10
stayed 15/05/2010 22/05/2010we had a geat week at the park the loge was very good with every thing you need.the only disappointment for us was the fishing,we were told the lake had carp and bream in it.there are carp but as the water is gin clear they are very hard to catch we saw no bream roach tench or perch.there is a large head of pike that feed most days.we have been told the lake has been treated for weed hence the clear water.but the hot tubs are emptied into the lake chlorine and all not good!!.if the lake gets restocked it would make the park so much better.
by - written on 15/04/09 (Useful, 696 readings)
Spent 4 nights here March 09, Monday to Friday and relaxed completely! The lodge was lovely, very clean and well equipped with everything you need, two bedrooms, one with a huge shower in the en-suite and one with a bath. The lodges are set round either the main lake (view of the lake and caravans on the other side) or round the pond, (view of the pond and other lodges accross it). The park is walking distance to the village of Brandesburton, the lodges are furthest away from the entrance (there are static caravans, tourers and the reception/bar/shop area nearer the road) so say 5 mins to park entrance and 5 mins from there to village. As previously mentioned ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/09, updated on 30/07/09 (Very useful, 302 readings)
I stayed here at Dacre Park for a Mon - Fri break in Sept 08 with my partner. I booked it with Hoseasons via Topcashback and received £9 cashback, the holiday cost around £190. The park is located in Driffield not far from Beverley, and I chose it because it looked fantastic in the brochure with lodges looking out onto the lake. On arrival we were greeted warmly by Tracey, the manager, who directed us to our lodge and said her husband Steve would meet us there and explain how everything worked etc. We arrived at the lodge which was just as good as it looked in the brochure and had a verandah which jutted out over the lake. The hot tub was on the ... Read the complete review
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