A quirky range of accommodation, set on a family-run camping and glamping site in the heart of East Riding of Yorkshire countryside.
  • Sleeps: Varies
  • Bedrooms: Varies
  • Bathrooms: Varies
  • Minimum stay: Varies

The exceptionally scenic Hollym Holiday Park is a friendly, family-run site located in a peaceful East Riding of Yorkshire village. With plenty of deluxe facilities and unusual places to rest your heads (not to mention the seaside resort of Withernsea temptingly nearby), you’ll find the perfect antidote to your stressful everyday life is right here.

For starters, why not hop aboard Daisy Decker, a vibrant double-decker bus that’s all set for a family holiday with a difference!

Equipped with generous facilities and two cosy bedrooms, everybody will feel ridiculously relaxed.  With the original bus seats (and driver’s wheel) in tact, fun and adventure is all but guaranteed.

Relax outside on the decking area, featuring its own brick-built barbecue for sizzling suppers after a hard day’s sunbathing with a good book!

If you prefer a more traditional camping break, the site also includes generous pitches for caravans and motor homes, along with a Garden Lodge. Wherever you choose to stay, you’ll find a wealth of pristine facilities nearby, from piping hot showers to communal kitchen facilities. There’s also a children’s adventure play area, for those times when the kids need a little tiring out before bed.

Convenient to the last, a five minute walk will take you straight into the local village, complete with its historic church and a friendly pub.

If eating ice cream on the beach is more your style, why not pack a picnic and head for Withernsea for the day? You’ll find plenty to do here, from visiting the Lighthouse Museum to strolling along the promenade (‘Kiss Me Quick’ hat optional).

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At a glance

  • Friendly, family-run camping and glamping site, featuring a double decker bus that’s ideal for families.
  • Caravan and motor home pitches are also available, along with a Garden Lodge.
  • Situated in the village of Hollym, easily accessed in rural East Riding of Yorkshire.
  • The site offers plenty of conveniently situated communal facilities, including a shower block, toilets, a kitchen area and a baby changing room. There is also a children’s adventure play area on site.
  • The village of Hollym features a pub and shop, with supermarkets close by. The local seaside resort of Withernsea makes for a traditional seaside day out, and there are many historic attractions in the area to visit.


  • Family Friendly
  • Seaside Breaks


Daisy Decker sleeps up to 5, master double bedroom, triple bedroom, bedding included, heating, shower room, toilet, galley kitchen, gas hob, oven, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, dining room, living area, TV/DVD player, gas fire,outdoor deck, play area, picnic bench, parking for 1 car.

Local activities

Golf, strawberry picking, hiking trails, cycling, horse riding, beaches, bowls, fishing, funfair, coasteering, paddle boarding, kayaking, Withernsea Festival (August).

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Slightly further afield is Hornsea, a traditional seaside town including a Freeport shopping outlet and a wild bird sanctuary, while history lovers will enjoy touring RAF Holmpton, an underground bunker that was operational during the Cold War. Fort Paull, an original Napoleonic fortress dating back to the 16th century, also makes for a fascinating visit.

With something for everyone to be found at Hollym Park Glamping, and with so much fresh air and green countryside to enjoy, we recommend booking your scenic spot good and quick!

Things to note
Daisy Decker price is from £180 per night, minimum stay 2 nights.No smoking or pets permitted. Check in is from 4pm and check out is 10am. A no-noise policy operates between 11pm and 7am.  Wi-Fi is not provided, but 4G is available in the area. Robins Retreat – from £90 per night 2 adults and 2 small children or 1 adult.Touring and camping from £20 per night for 2 adults

Where you'll be staying

Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire

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