Louise Thompson enjoys luxury UK safari trip where lodges cost £890 a night

Louise Thompson spent the weekend enjoying a luxury stay with her fiancé Ryan Libbey and their son Leo while on a fun safari trip.

The family trio were treated to an overnight stay at the Tiger Lodge in the West Midlands Safari Park, which costs £890-a-night typically.

Louise, 32 gave her 1.4million followers glimpses of the impressive lodge over the weekend, as she wrote on Sunday: "Woken up somewhere cool this morning…can't wait to show you around."

The former Made in Chelsea star proceeded to upload a video of her gorgeous bathroom, which had floor-to-ceiling grey tiling surrounding a modern rainfall shower, along with a giant chandelier and complimentary toiletries.

“Staying on a lodge in a safari park in ENGLAND with comfortable amenities is pretty fantastic,” Louise captioned.

She then posted a photo taken from inside the cosy lounge area of the lodge, which revealed a patterned couch perched underneath a beamed roof, a large flatscreen tv on the wall with several tall lamps beside it, and more chandeliers.

A huge dining table could also be seen in the photo with a bucket of champagne on ice, as a nice welcome gift for the guests.

Louise next showed off the main spectacle of the lounge, the bubbling hot tub, sat upon the wide terrace, which provided a great view of the tigers in the enclosure nearby.

The mum-of-one was seen in a video shared soaking in the hot tub with a cup of tea, as she wrote: “A cuppa with views of tigers in a hot tub.”

Louise then showed snaps of fiancé Ryan and son Leo catching sight of giraffes, tigers and zebra as they were driven through the safari park.

Ryan even got licked by one animal hilariously in a clip shared by Louise.

Guests are charged £890 a night at the safari park’s luxurious lodges, with the rate increasing to £990 over the summer and at weekends.

For those looking to book a stay at the beautiful resort, the earliest available bookings begin 6 January, 2023, as the popular park is at full capacity for the rest of the year.

If guests fancy seeing different kinds of animals, they also have the option to sleep in various other animal enclosures aside from the tiger lodges, where they’ll get the chance to catch sight of red pandas, elephants and cheetahs.


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