Login Register

Enchanted happenings at Alton Towers

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: August 31, 2014

By Belinda Hargreaves

  • Fairytale lodge interior.

  • One of the lodges.

Comments (0)

Alton Towers Resort has unveiled a first glimpse of its new Enchanted Lodges which are set to open next year.

A prototype lodge is currently being showcased in the theme park ahead of the official opening in April when 120 fairytale lodges and five luxury tree houses will be launched.

The Enchanted Village will be completely themed around a fairytale hideaway and located in woodland next to the Alton Towers Hotel.

Offering a distinctive short break for guests visiting the theme park, indoor water park and on-site spa, the tree houses will sleep groups of eight, while the fairytale lodges will provide perfect family accommodation, sleeping five people.

Related content

Each lodge will house a king size bed, bunk bed and truckle bed. Guests will be able to relax on their outdoor decking area, children can have fun in the quirky play areas around the village and guests can make use of the free car parking and easy access to the theme park and the rest of the Resort. The five exclusive tree houses sleep eight people and all have four separate bedrooms with their own plasma TV.

Each tree house has its own unique style, with luxury furnishings, self-catering facilities and a relaxing lounge area with 50in plasma TV and games console.

The outdoor dining area, with private hot tub offers a place to unwind, with beautiful views over the enchanting woodland.

Katherine Duckworth, head of consumer marketing at Alton Towers Resort, said: "The new fairytale lodges are a significant development for Alton Towers Resort and we are delighted to be able to give a sneak preview of how they are going to look."

The lodges and tree houses are now available to book. Visit www.altontowers.com.

Prices start from £135 per night based on four sharing including breakfast, and £750 per night based on eight sharing for the luxury tree houses.

Read more from Leek Post & Times

Do you have something to say? Leave your comment here...

max 4000 characters

YOUR COMMENTS AWAITING MODERATION

 
 

MORE NEWS HEADLINES