Weir Country Park
Stamford Bridge, York, Yorkshire Coast

Details for Weir Country Park

Static caravan accommodation set just a short stroll from historic Stamford Bridge and just a short hop from the City of York. Hoseasons Weir Country Park is ideal for the North York Moors, Flamingo Land, Castle Howard and the Heritage Yorkshire coast.

A country holiday park offering superb static caravan self catering accommodation in a beautiful riverside setting. Close to Stamford Bridge and ideal for a day out in the City of York and many other local Yorkshire attractions.

Set on a unique inland island within a few minutes' walk of the historic village of Stamford Bridge, with shops and a choice of pubs. An ideal base to visit all the attractions of historic York and the Yorkshire Moors, Flamingo Land Theme Park, Castle Howard and the coasts are all easily accessible.

Weir Country Park offers guests a beautiful and peaceful woodland and riverside setting and is just a few minutes walk from the lovely village of Stamford Bridge and close to the City of York and the the attractions on offer. The park is conveniently placed for an easy stroll to the shops, pubs and takeaways of Stamford Bridge - a great combination for a relaxing and enjoyable family holiday. 

An ideal base to enjoy walking and rambling in the countryside, yet close to a wide variety of attractions in the surrounding area, and nearby you have the benefit of Park & Ride to take you into York without having to drive.

Accommodation:

Weir Deluxe WF Caravan (sleeps 6) - Comfortable caravan with four singles. Suitable for parties including disabled visitors - please check when booking.

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Weir Country Park
Stamford Bridge
York
East Yorkshire
YO41 1AN
0345 498 6117
 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Holiday Parks
Beds:
  • 1
  • 1
  • 8
Bedrooms:  4
Sleeps:   12
Price: from £235.00 per week
Speciality:
  • Child Friendly
  • Group Friendly
  • Pet & Dog Friendly
  • Romantic Retreat
  • Self Catering
  • Wheelchair / Disabled Access

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