Wolf Lodge - Opens Spring 2018

Lympne, Kent

Originally one of the gatehouses of Philip Sassoon’s estate, this charming grade 2 listed cottage has two King size bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms, plus a cosy cinema room and kitchenette nook.  

 

Unique Viewing Pod

Immerse yourself in the world of wolves from this unique vantage point, of your private rooftop retreat, the only viewing area of its kind in the world, situated above a natural wolf habitat

 

Create unforgettable memories, as you enjoy a glass of champagne and look down from your bespoke, handcrafted viewing sphere, whilst the wonderful wolves pad through their wooded habitat below.

What's Included 

 

 

  • Sleeps four

  • Kitchenette

  • Cinema Snug

  • Log burners

  • Use of Babydoll's Wood Fired Pizza, Treehouse Club Lounge, Pinewood and Port Lympne Hotel

  • Free use of golf buggy for the duration of your stay (valid driving licence required)

  • Free unlimited entry to Port Lympne and Howletts Wild Animal Park 

Exclusive Access

You’ll have your very own golf buggy for the duration of your stay, so you can explore the Reserve in style and you’ll even enjoy access to the Reserve before the visitors arrive and after the park closes in the evening, offering the opportunity to see the animals in a completely different light. 

 

Eating 

 

Choose to book a table at the four star Port Lympne Hotel, just a short buggy ride away.  Alternatively enjoy a meal at the Bear Lodge Clubhouse or Pinewood Café. They use the very best seasonal produce from their own vegetable and herb gardens and locally sourced ingredients wherever they can in their restaurants.

Or after a day spent exploring the reserve in your personal golf buggy, why not relax at the Treehouse Clubhouse and enjoy the roaring indoor fire in the winter, or bask in the afternoon sun on the lawns in the summer. You can enjoy a drink from the well-stocked bar as you chat to your fellow guests and our rangers, or play games and enjoy the warmth of the outdoor fire pits as you toast marshmallows and watch the sun set over the rhino paddocks.