Wolds Glamping is in walking distance of Pocklington where there are many superb Restaurants and shops for all your needs. Pocklington is well known for welcoming walkers and cyclists. The Wolds are ideal for all to tour on foot or bicycle. Visitors can enjoy fantastic views over the Wolds, the East Riding is known for its “Big Sky”, on a clear day the Pennines can be seen from one direction and from another Flamborough Lighthouse. Burnby Hall Gardens is about one and a quarter mile walk from Wolds Glamping, here visitors will see the extensive display of water lilies and Bertie the world largest rocking horse. In 2014 Pocklington School celebrated its five hundredth year anniversary, many famous scholars have attended this well-known school, which included the abolisher of the slave trade, William Wilberforce. There are several historic houses to visit, Burton Agnes, Sledmere Hall, Burton Constable, Sewerby Hall and Castle Howard. East Yorkshire is a paradise for bird watching and we are in touch with professional RSPB wardens who will do conducted tours of one of the most important sites in the world for seeing puffins and gannets at Bempton cliffs, as well as the North Cave Wetlands where a host of birds can be seen. Nearby Wolds Glamping is Pocklington Canal where many species of bird can be watched. Kingfishers, heron, barn owls and Red Kites are regular visitors to this site. York is only fourteen miles away where visitors can use the park and ride. Hull is another destination which is overlooked by many. The Deep and Hull's museums are spectacular and the city was chosen to be a City of Culture. The North Yorkshire Moors is not far away for visitors to explore and the East Yorkshire coast is only forty minute drive. Bridlington has lovely beaches and from the marina the RSPB runs boat trips lasting three hours to Bempton Cliffs. There is something for everyone's tastes for a pleasant and exciting holiday. Wolds Clamping is an ideal central location to stay, so come along for a few days, a warm welcome awaits you!