This charming, detached timber lodge is located on the popular Tattershall Lakes Country Park in the heart of Lincolnshire.
The lodge offers comfortable accommodation on one level and an open plan living space overlooking the decked veranda, with a hot tub and outdoor seating so that you can enjoy alfresco dining and relaxing in the summer sun.
There is a shower room, a double room and a twin room offering flexible accommodation.
There are plenty of activities to try on-site, including jet skiing, water skiing and wake boarding on the lakes, along with extensive grounds offering gold cycle routes and walking trails.
On-site, there is also an indoor swimming pool, a spa, a gym and a good restaurant where you can enjoy a meal out when you don’t feel like cooking.
Venture out of the park and you can explore the many historic villages, National Trust properties and of course, Lincoln and its magnificent cathedral.
This holiday lodge offers the perfect base for enjoying all that Tattershall Lakes has to offer and exploring Lincolnshire.
About the location
TATTERSHALL LAKES COUNTRY PARK
Woodhall Spa 5 miles, Horncastle 10 miles.
Nestling between the Fens and the Wolds in the heart of Lincolnshire, is Tattershall Lakes Country Park, the perfect location to enjoy that special holiday. Tattershall Park consists of 365 acres offering woodlands, lakes and open spaces along with fantastic sporting opportunities. There is a 60-acre water skiing and wakeboard lake, a 45-acre jet skiing lake, a cable wakeboard lake, golf course, three lakes covering all aspects of coarse fishing, two bars, one with lake views, a restaurant, children's play area and an on-site supermarket. Should you wish to venture outside this great location, a wealth of attractions can be found. NT's Tattershall Castle is next to Tattershall Park, and further afield Belvoir Castle, Burghley House and Belton House are all well worth a visit. Within half an hour's drive you can be exploring the popular cathedral city of Lincoln, with its castle overlooking the medieval streets, or spend a day discovering the coast, visiting nature reserves at Donna Nook and Gibraltar Point. For a day out at a traditional seaside resort visit Skegness, Mablethorpe or Cleethorpes.
Note: All on-site facilities, including the shop and bar/restaurant will require the purchase of an entertainment pass and are available from 21st March to 31st October 2016.