First Ever Safari Lodges Where Elephants Roam Next To Room

First Ever Safari Lodges Where Elephants Roam Next To Room

First Ever Safari Lodges Where Elephants Roam Next To Room Are Officially Open

​UK’s First Ever Safari Lodges Where Elephants Roam Next To Rooms Are Officially Open

The West Midlands Safari Park has finally unveiled its long-awaited new safari lodges, which have direct views of the animals as they undress next to the rooms.

The lodges are the first of their kind in the UK and are now open to guests following delays due to the pandemic.

Announcing the grand opening, West Midlands Safari Park, in Bewdley, Worcestershire, said on Facebook “Our highly anticipated safari lodge has now opened its doors and we’re excited to give you a first look.”

With eight bedrooms sleeping up to five guests, all suites, feature an open plan living room and outdoor sitting area and balcony, meaning you can enjoy the morning in the company of some very special inhabitants of the park, such as the young male elephant Sutton, his mother and his aunt Latabe.

Downstairs there is a king-sized bedroom in each of the rooms, and upstairs can sleep three people.

There is also the option to add a crib when you have a baby on board.

Our elephant cabins sleep up to five people and have open-plan living areas with lounge, dining area and kitchen.

Our cheetah cabins sleep up to six guests and feature large windows on one side of the building and offer panoramic views of the cheetahs in their new habitat.

The stay also includes access to the park and wristbands for the theme park attractions, priced from £147 per night for children and £171 per night for adults.

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