Center Parcs has unveiled 28 new timber-framed lodges at its Sherwood Forest holiday village as part of ongoing improvements.
The new accommodation comprises 27 executive lodges – 22 with three bedrooms and five with four bedrooms, featuring hot tubs and saunas – and a six-bedroom Woodland Lodge, the first of its kind across the New Ollerton-headquartered company’s five resorts.
Chilwell-based construction specialist Stepnell built the cabins, which were designed by New Ollerton architect Jackson Design Associates and feature external timber with stone cladding the same architectural style as those at Woburn Forest.
The lodges have been built at three separate locations at Sherwood Forest with Stepnell also creating new roads, services and car parking through a £6.3m construction contract.
Steve Robinson, deputy general manager at Center Parcs Sherwood Forest , said: “Stepnell have helped us deliver an exciting accommodation project at Sherwood Forest, which includes our first ever six-bedroom Woodland Lodge, perfect for larger families or groups of friends to get together.
“The team really understood our requirements and helped us to deliver the project on time so more guests can experience short breaks at Center Parcs.”
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