Staying in a luxury safari lodge overlooking elephants and cheetahs wandering around the landscape isn't an experience you'd expect in the UK.
Yet that's exactly what the West Midland Safari Park is offering with its brand new safari lodges.
In fact, the park will offer lodges right by its updated animal habitats, with lodges overlooking both its African elephants' home and its cheetahs' home in the impressive safari park.
There will be eight luxury lodges fully immersed within the wildlife reserves, in their own secluded areas.
At the moment they're being built in time for a summer 2020 opening, but the park has offered a sneak peek by releasing concept imagery for the incredible accommodation.
It looks set to be quite the swanky experience too.
For example, the elephant lodges will have thatched roofs, open-plan living areas with a lounge and dining, spacious bedrooms and a large balcony with outdoor seating.
The bedrooms will offer direct views of the habitats, so you can take in views of the elephants without having to leave the bed.
There will also be two single-story lodges in the cheetah habitats, which will include floor-to-ceiling windows for unrivalled views of the animals.
Oh, and no need to tear yourself away from the views to whip up a meal. Instead, Safari Lodges short breaks will offer meals prepared by the head chef, exclusive views of the animals and admission to the Safari Park and its attractions.
Those visiting during the park's summer season will also receive wristbands for the rides at the Adventure Theme Park.
At the moment, the park hasn't opened bookings, or revealed how much an overnight stay will cost.
However, if you are interested in booking a stay, you can visit the safari lodges' official website for the latest updates and more information.
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