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Tansterne Fishing & Touring Holidays

 

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Tansterne Lane
Tansterne
Hull
East Yorkshire
England

HU11 4RD

 

Telephone : Sandra 07967 486870

 

Email :  ron@sfsu.co.uk

 

 

 

Welcome to Tansterne Fishing & Touring Holidays

 

Located in the beautiful countryside of East Yorkshire, Tansterne Fishing and Touring Holidays offers Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast and Half Board accommodation. The property is ideal for both anglers and tourists alike and being on the ground floor with only a step into it at the front door, it is accessible to persons with limited mobility.

 

Accommodation is light and spacious comprising of a modern kitchen, a lounge / games room, two bedrooms and shared shower, WC.

Each bedroom has two single beds which can be made into a king-size and bed linen is provided free of charge.

 

The Lounge / Games room is light and spacious and contains a full size pool table, comfy settee and chair, Colour TV with Sky and a dart board. Free Wifi available to guests.

 

Tansterne accommodation is available to let for full weeks, midweek and week-end breaks. Start days are are also flexible depending on previous bookings.

 

Book your holiday now, call Sandra on 07967 486870

 

Accommodation :

 

Overview :
Property is set in a quiet rural setting

Accommodation is on the ground floor so is suitable for persons with limited mobility

2 Bedrooms, sleeps 4

Modern Kitchen

Lounge / Games Room

Shared Shower

WC

Free Wifi

 

Coarse fishing onsite
On-site secure parking

Secure storage for Fishing Tackle Cycles etc

 

Heaters provided free


Kitchen :
icon  Modern Kitchen

icon  Plenty of cupboard space

icon  2 Sinks

icon  Dishwasher
icon  Cooker

icon  Microwave
icon  Fridge

icon  Kettle

icon  Toaster

icon  Cutlery

icon  Cooking Utensils

 


Lounge / Games Room :

icon  Sky TV
icon  Pool Table

icon  Dart Board
icon  Settee and Lounge Chair

icon  Free Wifi

 

Bathroom :

icon  Shared Shower & WC

icon  Towels provided

 

Bedroom 1 :
icon  2 Single Beds  -  can be made into King size bed
icon  Wardrobe Closet
icon  Bedside locker & lamp
icon  Bed linen provided

 

 

Bedroom 2 :

icon  2 Single Beds  -  can be made into King size bed
icon  Wardrobe Closet
icon  Bedside locker & lamp
icon  Bed linen provided

 

 

Fishing at Tansterne :

  Fishing is FREE for guests staying at Tansterne Fishery

  Bait and tackle can be provided
  Fishing tuition available by negotiation

    e.g. 3 hours all inc £30

 

Tansterne fishery consists of two ponds. Each pond is home to numerous species of fish, predominantly carp.

 

The canal pond is fished from one side only and is perfect for practising pole fishing.

 

Both ponds are well stocked and are ideal for beginners and experienced anglers.  Pleasure anglers are welcome and if you are a match fishermen we hold regular fishing matches throughout the year.

 

For full details of fishing at Tansterne  See here

 

 

 

see here for  Accommodation Prices

 

 

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pool table and TV

 

 

pool table and dart board

After a day bagging up in our ponds relax and watch TV or have a game of pool or darts

 

 

Out and About :

 

Activities in the Area :
green square icon  Cycling
green square icon  Walking

green square icon  Bird watching

green square icon  Beachcombing

green square icon  Fossil Hunting
green square icon  Coarse Fishing
green square icon  Sea Fishing

 

 

Attractions :

Just a few miles to the west of Tansterne is Hull City Centre which has numerous tourist attractions including :


green square icon  The Deep - the world’s only submarium - see below
green square icon  The Streetlife Museum of Transport covering 200 years of transport history - see below
green square icon  Animal Education Centre - see below
green square icon  Arctic Corsair, Hull’s last sidewinder trawler - see below
green square icon  Hull Maritime Museum - see below
green square icon  Various Galleries and Retail Outlets including Princes Quay set on the waterfront and Nightlife – with many bars and night clubs

green square icon  Travelling west you can visit the Humber Bridge. At one time this was the longest single span bridge in the world. It took 8 years to build and was opened on 17th July 1981 by H. M. the Queen

green square icon  North from Tansterne you can visit the popular Hornsea Freeport Outlet Shopping Village.
Hornsea Freeport Outlet Shopping Village is a mix of shopping and leisure attractions. Open every day, parking is free and there are a selection of places to eat and play areas for kids

 

 

To the East is Spurn Point a nature reserve area located on the North bank of the entrance to the River Humber. It is ideal for bird watching, sea fishing, walking, beachcombing or just a day out with the family. The beaches are soft sand and shingle and are good for a family picnic. There are fossils and all manners of things to find amongst the pebbles and shingle along the shore and Spurn is renowned for its wild birds, with up to two hundred species recorded every year.
Sea fishing from the beaches in the Spurn area offers good sport. Cod, Whiting and Flatties the main target in the winter and Flatties, Bass and Skate during the summer.
Walking or strolling at spurn is very easy, as there are no hills and there are various sign posted paths up and down the point.
 

 

The Deep is the worlds only submarium and tells the story of the worlds oceans through stunning marine life, interactive and audio-visual presentations making it a fun filled day out for all the family. It is home to a 1,000's of fish including sharks, rays and a stunning pair of green sawfish. Other marine life on display include fish that glow in the dark, coral, turtles, jellyfish and new for 2014, a colony of penguins.

 


Streetlife Museum - There are five galleries
The Bicycle Gallery has an excellent collection of early bicycles including an 1818 Hobby Horse.
The Carriage Gallery has one of the finest carriage collections in public ownership in Britain.
The Motor Car Gallery takes you to the 1900 Motor Show, with rare veteran motor cars dating from 1897
The Streetscene Gallery is where you find yourself on a busy street of reconstructed shops. There is a cycle shop, a Yorkshire chemist shop and a Hull Co-operative shop from the 1930s.
The Railway Gallery is a reconstructed 1930s goods shed containing several items of interest, including the Cottingham North signal box, transported brick-by-brick from its original location and re-assembled here.
The Joseph Rank Gallery which looks at the life, career and legacy of Joseph Rank, the industrial revolution in flour milling
 


Animal Education Centre, a menagerie of animals. Includes a collection of snakes, tarantulas, millipedes and beetles plus the paddocks and aviaries where the furry and feathered friends are kept. See Guinea pigs, goats, sheep, rheas, deer, alpacas, wallabies and showy peacocks, exotic birds, Koi carp....
 


Arctic Corsair, Hull’s last sidewinder trawler. The Arctic Corsair crew take you on a guided tour.
You’ll hear all about life at sea and the dangers deep sea trawler men faced in the Icelandic fishing grounds.
 


The Maritime Museum is housed in the Victorian Dock Offices in Queen Victoria Square and display Hull's maritime activities from the late 18th century to present. View the whaler’s craft of Scrimshaw, a full-sized whale skeleton and artefacts from Hull's whaling, fishing and merchant trade

 

 

 

see here for  Accommodation Prices

 

 

Please call Sandra on 07967 486870 for bookings and other prices

 

 

Guest Comments

Recommendation
I arrived early Friday evening and was greeted by Sandra who made me most welcome and showed me to the accommodation – she explained that Ron ( her husband ) and Mike the fisheries manager where actually on the pond fishing a match.

Ron & Mike introduced themselves to me and took me around the pond and discussed pegs for the following day and I opted for peg 4.


Bright and early Saturday morning I was in my peg and ready for a relaxing days fishing when along came Mike with a few tips and alterations to my set up – I can only say the help was invaluable with my best days fishing of my life. It was my intention to come for the weekend and just relax and catch a few fish – I rang to see if Mike and Ron were about as it was closing in on 9.00 in the evening when I packed in for the night but they both came out and even weighed me in and I was delighted to have 45lb of mirror carp – ghost carp – common carp - bream – tench and the odd little perch – there was also the ones I lost that would have added very nicely to the tally.


Sunday and the weather although warm was not as sunny and with the wind changing I opted for peg 34 and although I needed to get away early after, Mike and Ron were on hand for both and advice and to weigh in another 30lb catch.


On the Saturday weather was scorching and Sandra gave me some factor 50 – they really do think of everything. I opted for the self catering package and the facilities were tip top – Mike & Ron did offer to play me at pool but the fishing was that good I stayed on the pond and this may have been a good decision as I think they are both hustlers.

I had a great time and would certainly recommend this fishery.
David
Harrogate

 

 

For old and young anglers
Hi to all of you old and young anglers – I have just stayed at Tansterne Fishery and what an enjoyable time I have had.
From a smashing cooked breakfast in the morning to a lovely evening meal after a good days fishing.

I am an elderly gentleman (73) and Ron and Mike made themselves available to get my/their gear to the peg of the day – the weather was not brilliant in fact it was quite rough but with fish on the hook every day and lovely accommodation, it was a very good trip.

The accommodation is spotless – Sandra would not have it any other way and she prepared food especially for me as I am diabetic.

The best reference I can give this place is I loved every minute so much so that I will return in June for another week.

If you ask Ron and Mike for their help they will give you the benefit of over 50 years experience - Ron built the pond from scratch and along with Mike they know how to fish every peg.

Give this place a go you will not be disappointed
Albert

 


Return visit
I could not keep away – this is my second stay at Tansterne in just a few weeks – I enjoyed the first visit so much and Ron promised more and bigger fish once the weather improved – so here I am again.

It is raining on my first day and Sunday looks poor but the rest of the week looks great – even so I am catching Ide – carp – tench – bream – perch – roach - it is like a lucky dip – you don’t know what you will get next.

I would advise that on a stay you try different pegs as each gives you a different experience – I have fished 1 – 15 - 31 – 35 – 37 - 38 and 48 – so I have been all over the pond and had fish from every peg. Ron has made bait for me every day and both he and Mike have been to see me several times each day – offering a little bit of advice – they also leave you alone if you are happy doing what you like to do.

I can’t leave Sandra out as she has made me a sandwich for lunch and a hot cooked meal each evening – with this and Ron’s breakfast you don’t go hungry.

This is a ten out of ten experience and who knows how soon I will be back again.
Albert

 

 

Tansterne Fishing & Touring Holidays


Tansterne Lane
Tansterne
Hull
East Yorkshire
HU11 4RD

 

ron@sfsu.co.uk

 

 

 

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