How to find us
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Our postcode is HU15 2LS and we’re marked as William’s Den on Google Maps in just the right spot.
Using Sat Nav
Enter Post Code HU15 2LS. Once you reach your destination please follow signs directing you to William’s Den Car Park.
The nearest train station is at Brough which is 5.5 miles away from William’s Den. Alternatively York station is 27 miles and Doncaster is 36 miles.
By Car or Coach
From the A63 South Cave junction
William’s Den can be easily accessed from the A63 via South Cave. If travelling from the west continue from the M62 and merge with the A63 towards Hull. After 3 miles on the A63 leave at the South Cave junction and follow the A1034 signposted Market Weighton. Continue straight through South Cave. After 2 miles turn left on to the B1230 signposted North Cave. William’s Den is 300yds on the left.
From the West
Follow the M62 signposted Hull and merge with the A63, still signposted Hull. Leave the A63 at South Cave and follow the directions as above.
From the North
From the A1 leave at Ferrybridge and take the M62 east, signposted Hull. Then follow directions ‘From the A63 South Cave junction’
From the South
From the M1 take the M18 and then the M62, signposted Hull. Then follow directions ‘From the A63 South Cave junction’.
Take the A1079 signposted Hull. At Market Weighton take the A1034 signposted South Cave. Once you have gone passed North and South Newbald turn right after 1.5 miles on to the B1230 for North Cave. William’s Den is 300 yds on the left.
Take the A15 to the Humber Bridge. Once over the bridge follow the A63 signposted Leeds. Leave the A63 at the South Cave junction and follow the A1034 towards Market Weighton. Continue straight through South Cave. After 2 miles turn left on to the B1230 signposted North Cave. William’s Den is 300 yds on the left.
Please respect our village of North Cave. It does not easily accommodate high volumes of traffic and your journey will be more enjoyable if you avoid travelling through the middle of the village.
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