Marwell Lodges
Hampshire, England

Details for Marwell Lodges

Family lodges with decking area.
Marwell Outdoor Activity Centre has a range of onsite activities.

Situated at Owslebury, midway between Winchester and Southampton in the delightful county of Hampshire is the Marwell Lodges holiday site. This site is set within the Marwell Outdoor Activity Centre and is right on the edge of the scenic South Downs National Park.

Our spacious airy lodges can sleep up to six or eight people in complete comfort including using additional sleeping for two in the living area. Each lodge is stylishly furnished to a high standard and includes a flatscreen television and Wi-fi internet access for guests to use. A fully fitted kitchen containing all appliances needed for a relaxing self catering break or longer holiday is provided and includes dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. Outside is a verandah area with outdoor furniture and a barbecue, perfect for whipping up a tasty meal to eat in the fresh air. Each lodge also benefits from having a private outdoor hot tub for guests to relax in.

Being part of the Activity Centre there is a range of sports and activities for guests to have a go at. These include canoeing and kayaking on the lake, quad biking, climbing and abseiling, archery, zip wires and a giant swing. Try your hand at clay pigeon shooting or take on the assault course, there is so much to do. There is also a restaurant and a children's indoor play area as well as an activity programme for children over the age of eight. Just a short distance away is Marwell Zoo, a great favourite with children and parents alike. The city of Winchester with its magnificent cathedral is just a short drive away and well worth exploring. The seaside resort of Bournemouth is just a short trip to the south of the site and has safe beaches and traditional amusements.

 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   8
Speciality:
  • Hot Tubs

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