Luxury Lodges With Elephants Outside Has Opened, Just 2 Hours From Yorkshire

It looks like 2021 is going to be a good year already, you can now stay in luxury lodges that overlook majestic elephants and cheetahs – just a few hours away from Yorkshire.

Credit: West Midland Safari Park

You can stay in eight self-contained lodges at West Midland Safari Park that overlook animals in the park, and we can already see them being a huge hit with Brits among a post-pandemic Britain.  

Their Elephant Lodges sleep up to five guests with a beautiful open-plan living space ad lunge as well as a dining area and ktchenette. It also has a spacious balcony where you can enjoy watching the elephants approach the pool in front of lodges.

The Cheeta Lodge sleeps up to six guests and has a lrage window spanning one side that offers panoramic views of the cheetahs in their new habitat.

Only a small body of water will stand between guests and their grey-skinned neighbours, who from the balcony, guests will be able to wave good morning to while having the first brew of the day.

Credit: West Midland Safari Park

The living space for the lodges are open plan and spacious, with comfy double beds to sleep in and safari-themed decor. Each of the lodges offer up fantastic views of the elephants and cheetahs, with views varying from room to room. The lodges have floor-to-ceiling windows, too, adding to the already incredible experience.

Credit: West Midland Safari Park

As well as the spectacular and unique opportunities for some special views, guests will also be treated to a chef to cook meals, as well as free admission to the safari park and its attractions.

Credit: West Midland Safari Park

The safari lodges will are now open and selling out fast, if you would like to find out more visit the website here.

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