Cheetah – Pet Friendly
- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Bed Linen Provided
- Towels Provided
- Private Hot Tub
- Private Bathroom
- In room Wifi
The Owner Says
These are our most exciting addition this year – Wifi and hot tubs are as standard! Each are in the quietest part of the park away from everyone else.
The bedrooms have a lovely wooden double bed in the main bedroom and a bunkbed in the second bedroom. The third bedroom is a double bed you have to climb into a small hidden room with a den underneath for the children to play in, fitted with beanbags.
The kitchen includes, induction hobs, microwave, kettle, toaster, cooking utensils and an outside BBQ for your evening meals. There is a dining table with seating for 6 people and a TV if you can't be away from the modern world. All the Safari Tents have private bathrooms with overhead rain shower, toilet and a sink. All tents come with all bedding and robes and slippers to ensure you have all the creature comforts but yet still camping.
Bainland Country Park has plenty of activities for you and the family to enjoy, from archery to fencing or a quick dip in the indoor swimming pool. There's a play area with a tree house and tennis and badminton courts. You can also hire some bicycles and stop for a hot chocolate and marshmallows at the onsite Starbucks!
For a relaxing spa treatment book yourself into Woodhall Spa, located 1.5 miles away from the park. It has a world known championship golf course, a cottage museum and Kinema in the Woods (outdoor cinema in the woods)
There are many seaside towns surrounding Lincolnshire which will make a nice day out if the weather is good. Skegness is the most famous seaside town in Lincolnshire. With its pier, rides and local attractions, it's a great day out for families with children.
This particular safari tent is pet friendly - please choose pets as an extra
About Bainland Country Park
NearbyThe town of Woodhall Spa (more of a village in size) has plenty of quirks to keep you occupied. On rainy days, catch a film in the Kinema In The Woods (01526 352166) – a compact, 2-screen cinema in an old sports pavilion – or visit the tiny Cottage Museum (01526 352456), which hosts artefacts from the local area and tells of the villages history. The museum itself is quite the artefact, an early 19th-century bungalow constructed of corrugated iron and wood. When the weather is good, play a round of golf at the National Golf Centre (01526 352511) just down the road or take a dip in Jubilee Park's outdoor pool. Then of course, there's the excellent walking and cycling of the nearby Lincolnshire Wolds, while the Lincolnshire coast and the resort town of Skegness is 25 miles away.
Food & DrinkThe campsite itself has a small bar, which sells sandwiches and a StarBucks concession. Walk the 25 minutes into Woodhall Spa town centre for a wide range of eateries. Try cute Tea House in the Woods (01526 354455) for a light daytime bite or old-fashioned Janet's Tea Room in the middle of town opposite the Dam Busters Memorial. For dinner, Zucci Mediteranian Restaurant (01526 354466) is our pick. There is also a local supermarket and supermarket deliveries and takeaway deliveries directly to your tent are permitted.
Bainland Country Park is located at Bainland Lodge Park, Horncastle Road, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire LN10 6UX
From the South: To get to Bainland Country Park take the A1 North, turn off at Colsterworth near Grantham onto the B6403. Follow road to Sleaford onto the A153, then follow A153 to Tattershall then to Woodhall Spa.
From the North: Take A1 South onto M62, M18, M180 to Hull. Follow route to A15 Lincoln. Lincoln bypass towards Horncastle and Skegness. A158 to Horncastle, follow signs to Woodhall Spa.
From the West Midlands: Take the A46 to Newark and Lincoln. At Newark take the A17 to Sleaford. Then the A153 to Tattershall and follow signs to Woodhall Spa and Bainland Country Park.Metheringham (0845 748 4950) is the nearest train station to Bainland Country Park. From there, walk back across the railway lines and get the IC5 bus to Woodhall Spa at the stop on the same side of the road as the train station. Then take a taxi or 25-minute walk to Bainland lodge park.