Luxury lodges at Leeds Castle in Hollingbourne to open in December
Luxury lodges at a historic Kent site are set to open this winter.
Four timber lodges have been built lakeside at Leeds Castle in Hollingbourne, near Maidstone.
Opening on December 8, visitors will now be able to enjoy a “calm and tranquil” experience along the banks of the Great Water Lakes – but it will set you back £325 per night on a bed and breakfast basis for two adults.
Each building will be made of timber cladding and consist of a single bedroom, a bathroom, an external bathing area and a balcony overlooking the water on the site grounds.
The new lodges have been designed in a way to allow guests to fully immerse themselves in nature. They will have private spaces where guests can relax and enjoy the scenery while enjoying a soak in the stone bathroom.
Leeds Castle Foundation chief executive Helen Bonser-Witon said: “Our new Lakeside Lodges will add another exciting opportunity for guests to enjoy a luxury stay within the grounds of Leeds Castle.
“The lodges have been meticulously designed to offer a perfect blend of modern comfort and luxury, with breathtaking views of the picturesque Great Water and the historic Leeds Castle estate. We are confident that guests will be captivated by the unrivalled views, impeccable service, and the peaceful serenity of their surroundings, ensuring an unforgettable stay.”
You can book your stays from December 8 at www.leeds-castle.com/stay/lakeside-lodges.
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