KP Lodges | East Yorkshire

Short breaks from £363 per lodge

Choose from 3 types of lodge at this site


About KP Lodges
These stylish and uber-cool luxury lodges are situated in a 200 acre country estate commanding breath-taking views reaching as far as York. Discover picturesque walks in tranquil woodland, local cycle routes and market towns. 

These contemporary, deluxe lodges boast their own outdoor hot tubs, the ideal way to relax and unwind after a days sightseeing.

Whats unique about KP Lodges?

  1. The Glass House bar and a la carte restaurant has a varied menu which changes on a weekly basis. Boasting the worlds best gravy on local Roast Givendale Beef, Sunday lunch is the highlight!
  2. KP Lodges has its own 18 hole, 6140 yard champion golf course on site with discounted rates for lodge guests. The KP estates rolling terrain adds a challenge to every shot.
  3. Relax and take in the breath-taking views of the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds stretching out as far as York.

Typical Lodge features:

  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Kitchen including microwave, dishwasher, washer/dryer and fridge/freezer
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Complimentary luxury toiletries
  • Bed linen, duvets and towels
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Terrace with outdoor furniture
  • Electricity included
  • Cots and highchairs £12pw each
  • Family parties only
  • Pets £50pw each (max 1) (small breeds only in specific Pocklington and York Lodges)


In the local area...
Lush, fertile countryside, pretty market towns and a treasure trove of historic interest are all within easy reach of our holiday parks in the Vale of York. And whichever park you choose, you’ll be ideally located for exploring the ancient city of York. Rich in history, dominated by the magnificent Minster, York is brimming with great attractions. Within its superbly preserved city walls, you’ll find quaint shopping streets and fascinating museums. Be sure to see (and smell!) life under the Vikings at the Jorvik Museum and train enthusiasts will love the National Railway Museum.

North of the city, and within a short drive of all our holiday parks, the Vale of York’s gently rolling countryside is the backdrop to traditional market towns like Thirsk – home to the popular World of James Herriot. Make time to visit Castle Howard, of TV’s Brideshead Revisited fame, and Eden Camp for an evocative insight into civilian life during the Second World War. And from Pickering, you can board the North York Moors Steam Railway for a trip across the ‘Heartbeat’ moolands to Whitby. Choose holidays in the Vale of York and enjoy all these attractions, and so much more. 


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