Tiger Lodge

Dec 6, 2017

Category: Living

The Port Lympne reserve is not a zoo. It’s much more than that. The wildlife park located near the Kent coastline is a world class home to wild animals like hyenas, giraffes, and rhinos. They even host a choice few guests in rooms like the ones in the Tiger Lodge.

One of a number of themed rooms provided by the reserve, this lodge offers up a totally unique stay for couples and families. Located near the tiger enclosure, the wood-lined rooms provide guests with close-up views of the reserve’s big jungle cats. They also offer comfortable amenities like big leather chairs, a 4K tv with soundbar, and a log-burning stove for staying cozy during cool nights. Feeling a bit hungry? But there is much more to this stay than just the room. Guests will have access to a restaurant, a golf cart for exploring the grounds after hours, and a balcony that looks out to the coastline.

Book: $1,100+

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