Excitement as new luxury Lincolnshire staycation resort with 300 lodges set to open next year

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The new owner of a planned staycation resort on the outskirts of Boston is looking forward to welcoming its first guests next year.

Holiday specialists Away Resorts, which owns the nearby Tattershall Lakes Country Park resort, has bought the 180-acre Boston West park retreat.

Previously owned by local businessmen Alistair Arundell and Paul Wilkinson, the change of hands in Boston sees Away Resorts gain planning permission to install 300 modern new cabin lodges for holidaymakers and owners to enjoy in 2021.

Facilities will also include a nine-hole golf course, a spa, café/ restaurant, an interactive learning centre and a whole host of outdoor activities from zip wiring to Segway tours.

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And between 80 and 100 jobs could be created at the resort over the next decade.

Staycation specialist Away Resorts is looking to improve its parks, having seen firsthand the unprecedented demand for UK breaks.

It says the new and intimate Boston site is the ideal spot for a much-needed relaxing break to reconnect with friends and family – with nearby attractions including the Bubble Car Museum, Ark Wildlife Park and the Maud Foster Mill.

Away Resorts chief executive, Carl Castledine – whose grandfather founded Britain’s first ever holiday park in Caister-on-Sea in Norfolk in 1905 – said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to add Boston West to our expanding portfolio of parks across the UK and are proud to be investing more into this booming industry.

“Staycations are going to be just as vital next year as they have been this year and we can’t wait to welcome our customers to this exciting new park.”

An idea of what people could stay in

The existing owners issued this statement: “We are really excited to announce that Away Resorts have offered to acquire Boston West, with views to further enhance and drive the vision we started by furthering the plans for the introduction of the holiday village and luxury resort, whilst supporting the much loved 9-hole golf course. “

The acquisition, for an undisclosed value, includes the transition of staff who will continue their employment with the new owners. 

Any holidaymakers wishing to purchase a holiday lodge in Boston should contact Away Resorts directly to make an appointment. 

In addition to this latest acquisition, Away Resorts also last week announced that phase one plans have begun at Mill Ruthe Holiday Village, on Hayling Island, Hampshire, as it undergoes an exciting £10million transformation – turning the popular park into a contemporary, self-catered destination.


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