Choose from six spectacular Hot Tub Hideaways. Relax, Recuperate and Enjoy!
Pennington near Ulverston / Sleeps 2
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Burythorpe / Sleeps 4
Book from £64 Per Night - With great views of Castle Howard and the Yorkshire Wolds, these cottages don't disappoint. For any coastal towns, check out Filey and Scarborough.View property
Stamford Bridge / Sleeps 2
Book from £57 Per Night - Just 10 miles from the historic city of York, these barn conversions and in a prime location to enjoy the local county.View property
When a family can escape to a magical setting where the children’s imagination can run wild and they can thoroughly enjoy themselves. For the parents, the thought of a relaxing evening in a cabin complete with a hot tub soon relieves any stress the busy day has built up. Below, find 6 of the most sought after Hot Tub Accommodation Yorkshire has to offer…
Boasting over 50 rides for all ages plus an award-winning zoo; this excellent theme-park offers everything for a fantastic family day out for visitors.
Flamingo Land is situated between Malton and Pickering, it can be reached via the A169. Take the A64 from York towards Hull and Scarborough then turn onto the A169 Pickering to Whitby road until reaching the small village of Kirby Misperton near Malton.
The local train station is Malton which can be reached by catching the Scarborough train from York. From there you will need to catch the hourly Coastliner service 840, or the X40 or the 175 which will cost between £3-£6.
The Yorkshire Coastliner, which comes from Leeds through York drops off at Flamingo Land
Divided into 7 themed areas this outstanding amusement park has something for all ages.
An excellent programme of free shows, ensures the fun never stops; marvel at acrobatic skills of the Bongo Warriors, Flamingo Land’s dancers from Tanzania who celebrate the park’s long-standing conservation efforts of the country’s tropical forests or join Captain Jack in the 4D cinema.
There are plenty of white-knuckle rides for thrill seekers along with a superb collection of junior roller coasters, fun slides and carousels, plus both indoor and outdoor play areas.
All these rides have height restrictions and during the summer months queues can be long but for those who love the excitement, these rides are some of the finest in the UK.
The theme park is open from March to October from 9.30 to either 4.00, 5.00 or 6.00pm depending on the time of year and the admission includes rides and access to the zoo.
During the winter months the zoo remains open and there is a full programme of seasonal events to keep everyone entertained. Winter prices are £7.50 which includes entrance to the zoo only.
The little ones are also well catered for here with Peter Rabbit’s Adventure Land, junior roller coasters, carousels and Splish Splosh a fantastic interactive water play area.
On the day
Those staying at lodges close to Flamingo Land not only have the rides and attractions to explore but also the UK’s most visited zoo. With over 140 species of birds, mammals and reptiles. From kangaroos and meerkats to giraffes and tigers, visitors get a fascinating glimpse into the animal kingdom at Flamingo Land.
It’s no surprise that the parks namesakes play an important part at this exceptional zoo there are 6 species on show here and Flamingo Land provides funds to Flamingo conservation projects all around the wild.
The park’s connections with conservation in Africa can be experienced throughout the 365 acres but are especially evident in the Lost Kingdom and African plains where you can see lions, zebras, rhino, antelope and ostriches.
Flamingo Land provides visitors with the ultimate zoo experience not only are there keeper talks, guests can handle creepy crawlies such snakes and frogs at Meet the Creature every day at 3.15pm, or watch the fun sea lion show (12.00 and 2.00pm weekends and school holidays) and bird displays (1.00pm weekends and school holidays) all of which are included in the admission price.
There are also many experiences available to book including the penguin encounter, giraffe encounter and meerkat encounter all of which cost £20 on top of the admission fee and last between 20-30 minutes.
You can also be a zookeeper for the day helping the keepers go about their daily routine; perfect for a special treat or birthday gift which costs £175 and lasts for 6.5 hours. This is one of the parks most popular attractions and it is advisable to book in advance if staying at a Flamingo Land lodge with its's own hot tub.
A spectacular illuminated waterfall provides a unique backdrop to a choice of eateries at Flamingo Land. Fabrizio's Pizzeria offers freshly baked pizzas.
Alternatively, for a delicious premium burger and hand cut chips head over to the Gourmet Grill. There is also an American Diner serving hot dogs, ribs, wings plus deserts, sodas and milkshakes. If you fancy a drink the R-Bar has a great selection of chilled beer, wine and soft drinks.
Riverside One is not only a lovely spot to enjoy alfresco dining. It’s also a great live entertainment venue. Boasting an all-weather stage and huge TV screens, here you can enjoy a diverse programme of events, including the daily Farewell Show which combes acrobatics, special guests dance and live music.
Flamingo Land provides thrilling days out for families, allowing kids to be amazed by the wonders of theme park rides and the magnificent wildlife that is often on display.
Often attractions are touted as having it all but for holidaymakers staying at lodges near Flamingo Land with hot tubs, this superb theme park and zoo really does live up to expectations. The 2 consecutive days ticket is the best value as it gives more to time to explore and with so much to see and do one visit just isn’t enough.