iLodge Ultra sits on the edge of the 10th fairway of Kenwick Park Golf Club with beautiful views as far as the eye can see. The spacious open plan living area includes lounge, dining room and kitchen. With excellent self catering facilities including double oven, microwave, dishwasher, induction hob and an American style fridge freezer you’ll have everything you need to for your stay. Sit back and relax in front of the wood burner or enjoy the ultimate games room including a pool table, foosball table, PlayStation and large table for board games or cards. iLodge Ultra also has a fantastic sauna for adults to unwind at the end of the day.
◆ GAMES ROOM ◆ SAUNA
◆ FREE WIFI ◆ FREE PARKING
◆ PLAYSTATION 4 ◆ NETFLIX
◆ 4 TVS ◆ NO SMOKING/VAPING
◆ NO PETS ◆ WOOD BURNER
Sleeps 11-15 (depending on children)
Master Bedroom 1 – Super Kingsize bed + futon big enough for two young children.
Master Bedroom 2 – Kingsize bed + futon big enough for two young children.
Bedroom 3 – Double bed + single bunk
Bedroom 4/5 – 2 single beds
Master bedrooms have ensuites and there is a family bathroom and a shower room.
Kenwick Park sits in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds on the edge of the pretty market town of Louth, voted the UK’s favourite market town in 2012 by BBC’s Countryfile Magazine. The Best Western Kenwick Park Hotel is always open to enjoy a drink in the Keepers Conservatory Bar, take Afternoon Tea on the Terrace or comfortable Lounge area or dine in the Fairways Restaurant. Kenwick brand new Leisure Spa has many options for spa days or just book a relaxing treatment great for that special occasion or pampering session. With horse riding and the new back to bear activity centre there is endless fun for the family.
In 1844, the 295-ft spire of St James’s Church, Louth, the finest late Gothic steeple in England, was hit by lightning. When scaffolding was put up to repair it, a local painter, William Brown, climbed up to paint the panorama that now hangs in the Victorian town hall. It shows a Georgian town with orderly streets and neat gardens. Louth is recognisably the same place today, getting on with life in the green and beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, little noticed by the rest of the world. This perfect little market town has wonderful Georgian streets with many fine buildings including the grade II listed All Seasons with the Louth Manor House across the road and hundreds of others from 17th century onwards. Today Louth is thriving and has a theatre, art deco cinema, a huge range of local shops selling all manner of produce and plenty of restaurants and pubs. To get a feel for the town head for St. James church and climb the tower for a spectacular view of the town. Visit the splendid little museum and then explore Louth to find Tennysons wall, The site of the Lincolnshire Rising, Thomas Espins Mausoleum, King Edward VI Grammer School (former pupils included Captain John Smith founder of Virginia and Alfred Lord Tennyson). Meander along the streets of Eastgate and Westgate and take in the Greenwich meridian line and the Louth Art Trail and an Elizabethan pub. Walkers can enjoy level walks along the navigation canal or more challenging walks into the Lincolnshire Wolds. Take the gentle walk along the river at Hubbards Hills beauty spot it never fails to delight visitors of all ages no matter what the time of year. Nearby is Cadwell Park, one of the countries most challenging motor racing circuits. There is horse riding, gliding and fishing and Louth boasts not one golf courses but two.
Kenwick Retreats, Kenwick Park
Tel: 01507 206061