A new accommodation village is set to open later this year at Sundown Adventureland theme park. A park spokesperson said a date has yet to be set.
Located in Retford, the park is a popular attraction for families with young children. A booking agent, Hoseasons, appears to have already listed the accommodation on their site.
According to the agent, who appears to have preemptively added the Wild Acre Village to its ‘Bouja’ brand of ‘luxury boutiques’, each cabin and lodge will offer a themed holiday experience aimed at young children up to age 10 years old. The single cabins, called “squirrels”, can sleep five people with a king-size bed for the adults and three bunk beds for the children, reports Lincolnshire Live.
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There will also be a “VIP” squirrel lodge, which will be equipped with a hot tub. The double cabins, nicknamed “the hedgehogs”, can “comfortably” accommodate up to 10 people spread over two interconnected units.
According to the website, there will also be lodges available that will include three separate bedrooms, all in one large unit. Guests staying in the village will be able to take full advantage of the family theme park rides and attractions, including the Monkey Mayhem Driving School and Lollipoppet Castle.
Vacationers will also have access to the Crash Landings indoor playground and restaurant, as well as a four-story bar and play area. Hoseasons price themed cabins between £489 per week and £785. A stay in the ‘quirky but cozy’ Premier Squirrel cabin will cost £489 per week, the VIP Squirrel £555 and the four-bedroom Premier Hedgehog will cost families £785 per week.
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