Burton Constable Holiday Park & Arboretum is set within 300 acres of the magnificent grounds of Burton Constable Hall in the depths of the rural East Riding of Yorkshire. Burton Constable is a splendid example of an Elizabethan mansion with parkland designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 1770s, which has been in the Constable family for more than 400 years and is still lived in by the family to this day.
We have achieved the David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award annually for the last 8 years running. This award is all about protecting the wildlife, wild flowers, and conservation management.
Whatever your passion, you are sure to find something to make your holiday special within easy reach of Burton Constable Holiday Park & Arboretum. Call into the Information Room to find out what's on around the area from the wide selection of tourist information literature available.
With a great kids’ play area fully equipped with a zip slide and climbing frames, there is plenty to keep your little ones occupied. 15 minutes away from Mapleton Beach, there is an abundance of great places to visit well within your reach.
If you are using a satellite navigation system to get to us, please use the postcode HU11 4PG.
Having been in the Constable family for more than 400 years, Burton Constable Hall is a beautiful Elizabethan Stately home and grounds. The Hall is open to the public and easily accessible from the holiday park. Click here for further information.
The late John Raleigh Chichester-Constable introduced the caravan park business into the estate in 1968. He originally opened the site for touring caravans on a small paddock alongside one of two split-level lakes in the parkland of Burton Constable Hall, now known as Lakeside. Mr Constables family continues his legacy to develop and enhance his beloved park to this day.
In the early 1970s, the first 10 acres were developed with static caravans around the outer edge with room for touring caravans in the middle. In 1984, a further 10 acres at the south end of the lower lake were developed for static caravans, which is now known as meadows.
In the late 1990s, the touring caravans were moved to a new site alongside the top lake, with room for a mixture of tents and caravans together with a new shower and toilet block. Mr Constable first witnessed the sight of timber lodges while in Scotland in 2002, which then gave him an idea.
In 2004, Wycliffe Park was developed for timber lodges and static caravans, with more emphasis on space and landscaping than ever before. John Chichester-Constable commenced the planting of an Arboretum in 2002, which reflects the history of Burton Constable. The project is now complete and covers almost 30 acres.