Elephant Lodges
Kent, England

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Located at the Port Lympne Animal reserve near Ashford in the picturesque county of Kent is the ultimate in ‘glamping' accommodation, Elephant Lodges. If you enjoy watching wildlife and fancy a camping holiday but without the hassle of erecting and dismantling a tent, sometimes in wet weather, then why not visit us for an amazing experience.

The luxury tented lodges have views over the cheetah enclosure and the chance to see black rhinos. The tents can sleep up to eight people, having two double bedrooms, bunk beds in a twin room and a double sofa bed in the living area. Each lodge has a private bathroom with shower. There are comfortable seats to relax in and a log burning stove in the living area to keep the tent nice and cosy at night.

There is a central club house in the middle of the lodges where the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Your holiday here includes entrance to both Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park throughout your stay and there are special activities available to guests after the park is closed to the public. These include animal activities led by our friendly qualified rangers and night time safaris especially the AAA safari featuring a three hour VIP trip getting really close to some of the animals such as the black rhino, wildebeest, giraffe and zebra as well as a pride of lions.

Other activities include cycling, zorbing, fishing and archery. Why not try a seal safari and explore the Stour Estuary by sea kayak. On this adventure you can spot harbour seals and a variety of species of seabird. Outside the park is some wonderful countryside to walk or cycle through along with stunning views over to the English Channel.

 
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Elephant Lodges
Port Lympne Reserve
Nr. Ashford
Kent
CT21 4LR
0844 842 4647
 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Accreditation:
Three Star
Beds:
  • 2
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   8
Speciality:

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