Austen Premier Lodge
- 8 guests
- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Pet Friendly Options
- Hot Tub
the perfect lodge for a group getaway with a hot tub
Book a group break in our Austen Premier for ultimate holiday in the countryside. With two king size room, each with their own ensuites, two additional twin bedrooms and a separate family bathroom, there's enough space for everyone. The large living area is ideal for entertaining and family game nights, as well as getting cosy in front of the TV, head out the double doors and enjoy your decking and outdoor hot tub. The kitchen will have everything you need for a self-catering break with your group.
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Wine cooler
- Enclosed/gated decking
- Hot tub
- Parking next to accommodation
- Family bathroom
- Free Wifi
- Iron & ironing board
- USB Sockets
- King bedroom with ensuite
- TV in bedroom
- Twin bedroom
Things to know
- Smoking and vaping are prohibited in all lodges and inside any public buildings onsite.
Robes available for hire
- Free Wi-Fi is subject to network connections
Yes this is a pet friendly accommodation, please make sure to add your pet on to your booking so we can allocate you the correct accommodation.
Check-ins are available from 16:00.
If you are likely to arrive later 18:00, please call our resort reception team on 01297 678 402 to let them know.
Check-out time is at 10:00 am on the day of your departure. We kindly ask that you leave your accommodation as you found it.
Yes, there is parking next to all our lodges.
Yes, it is and guests should use the postcode EX13 5UL, you can then put your lodge number and the park name in the delivery notes.
Yes, towels are provided. Robes are not provided, but are available for hire from reception.
Although our resort is welcoming for children, please be aware that our swimming pool are for over 16s only.
We are ideally located close to some of the best Somerset attractions. Cheddar Gorge is 2 miles East from the park, around 5 minutes by car.
Unfortunately, we don’t at the moment. Please ask at reception to find out where the closest ones are.
No, the distribution of power to the units cannot sustain prolonged high usage.