Getting around

Park map with site fees

Map of Far Grange

Far Grange Holiday Park

Browse around our park map and see which pitches are closest to the facilities, or in a quieter part of the park. Plus, you can use our handy key to identify the site fees for each area, giving you an idea of the costs involved. When you arrange a visit with us we’ll give you a tour of all the pitches available.

Address

Far Grange Park
Skipsea
Driffield
East Yorkshire
YO25 8SY

Park information

Opening dates  
2 Mar 2018 – 31 Jan 2019
2 Mar 2019 - 31 Jan 2020✝

Park phone number  
0333 202 1490

How to find us

Directions

By car

From the M62 follow signs to Beverley, then take the A165 to Beeford. Turn right on the B1249. Then turn right on the B1242. Far Grange is 1.5 miles on the left hand side.

From York/Driffield take the A166 out of York then pick up B1249 near Driffield. Take the B1249, turning right towards Hornsea on the B1242. Far Grange is 1.5 miles south of Skipsea on the left hand side.

If you are approaching from York/Driffield (B1249), go straight across the main road at Beeford and follow instructions as before. We do not advise customers to approach Far Grange from Hornsea.

For your SAT NAV, please use postcode: YO25 8SY

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By train

The nearest train station is located in Beverley, which is 20 minutes away from the park, or Bridlington which is 15 minutes away from the park.

For more information about train times and fares you can call National Rail Enquiries on 03457 48 49 50 or visit their website below.

View train timetables

By coach or bus

The nearest bus station is located in Beverley, which is 20 minutes away from the park, or Bridlington which is 15 minutes away from the park.

You can view National Express’ pick up and drop off points online or by telephone on 0871 781 8181. We recommend that you check drop off points before booking.

Plan your journey

Just for owners

Ownership frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Why should I choose Haven?

All our award-winning holiday parks are on or near the coast and packed with our special brand of activities and entertainment. We're part of Bourne Leisure Limited, one of the UK's leading holiday home ownership companies. So this means we're always investing more into our parks to give you a great time, all the time.

Can my friends and family visit me?

Absolutely! As an owner, you'll receive 10 Privilege Cards. So you can give your favourite people full access to all the facilities. And as we always say, 'the more, the merrier,' so if you need any extra cards, you can buy more from our Owner Services team.

Can I choose where my holiday home is within the park?

Of course you can. Choose your 'plot of gold' from the list of available pitch locations to secure the perfect place for your coastal home from home.

Do I own the land?

You'll be the proud owner of a holiday home, but not the land itself. Your annual fees cover your right to occupy a pitch, as long as you stick to the park rules.

What do site fees cover?

Site fees cover all of the important things that keep your dream park ship-shape. This includes on-site security, park maintenance, landscaping, rubbish collection, mowing the lawns, full use of park facilities and activities. They also cover help from our wonderful park teams.

Any other running costs I should know about?

When you're planning to buy a holiday home, you should allow for extra costs like non-domestic rates, water, gas, electricity, safety tests, insurance and alarm maintenance, on top of the site fees. Also, keep in mind extras you might fancy, like preparing your holiday home for winter.

Do I have to change my holiday home every 5 or 10 years?

You should be able to enjoy your holiday home for as long as you like, you just need to take good care of it and make sure it's safe and well maintained. The initial licence period for the occupation of a pitch on the park is 12 years.

Can I feel secure that the park is safe?

We have on-park security 24 hours a day. The security team regularly patrol the park and keep an eye out for any wandering youngsters, making sure they don't venture off without a parent. They will also refuse entry to anyone without a valid pass. Plus, we offer a Park Security Alarm system to protect your holiday home for an additional fee.

Who do I ask if I've got a question or problem?

Our Owner Services team are always on hand to help answer any questions you may have, big or small.

Can we bring our dog?

We love dogs. Get in touch with us for a list of the breeds we allow.

What happens if I want to leave the park?

We understand circumstances can change. There are three options when selling your holiday home. Firstly, the park reserves the right of first refusal at the offer price. If you decide not to go with our offer, you can either sell to a private third party, or to a caravan trader. Alternatively, you can gift your holiday home to a proven family member.

Finance

Is buying a holiday home a good investment?

Buying a holiday home is really a lifestyle choice. However, because resale values will reduce over time, buying a holiday home should not be seen as an investment for the purposes of yielding an income.

Do I need a deposit?

Yes – a minimum of either £3,000 or 20% of the value of the holiday home, whichever is greater.

Is finance available?

That's a definite yes. We're here to help in any way we can – that includes a range of payment options (which are subject to status).

✝Park open for owners during weekends (Friday evening - Monday morning) throughout February. Dates for the Lakes: 8 Feb 2019 - 5 Jan 2020.