How to Get Here

Located at the entrance to Yorkshire Wildlife Park and nestled in the Yorkshire Hive, Hex Wildlife Hotel can be found right at the very heart of Yorkshire, with fantastic transportation links by road and rail. Hex Wildlife Hotel is just a short drive from major routes on the A1, M1 and M18 and is convenient for the east coast mainline rail linking London and Edinburgh via Doncaster.

Direction Via Google Maps





Enter Post Code DN9 3QY, this will direct you to the Yorkshire Wildlife Park car park entrance. Once you reach the destination, please follow the signs directing you to the dedicated Hex Wildlife Hotel Car Park.


Hex Wildlife Hotel can be easily accessed by car from the A1 and M1 via the M18. Exit the M18 at Junction 3 and follow signs for the airport. Continue along the Great Yorkshire Way (A6182) until you reach the second roundabout. Take the 1st exit and stay on Great Yorkshire Way for approximately one mile. At the next roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Hurst Lane and continue straight. Once over the railway bridge take the left lane and first exit at the roundabout, follow signs to Hex Hotel car parking. Priority / Accessible parking also available.


We have six 7.2kW charging bays in our Priority Car Park. Follow signs from the car park entrance for 'Vehicle Charging'. Access to the Monta EV Charging App is required to start your charge.


The nearest train station to Hex Wildlife Hotel and Yorkshire Wildlife Park is Doncaster Station Interchange, which is approximately 6.5 miles away. Click here to view train times. A pick-up and drop-off point is available at the Hive car park.


From the Doncaster Bus and Rail interchange take the bus to Hurst Lane/Poplar Way (The Yorkshire Hive has a dedicated stop on this route). The entrance is a flat ten minute walk from the bus stop.

Click here to view the local bus timetable


Hex Wildlife Hotel and the Yorkshire Hive are located within Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Councils advisory cycle route connecting Hurst Lane with Hayfield Lane and the traffic-free cycle route along Great Yorkshire Way (East). Complimentary outdoor cycle parking racks are available at the front of the car park by the pedestrian entrance. Property is left at owners risk.