Guests can enjoy a fantastic array of new accommodation and facilities at Away Resorts’ Appletree Country Park in Lincolnshire, following a £3.5 million investment.
The gorgeous new resort opened over the weekend after an extensive program of investment that include new accommodation options (plus the already existing Boston West Hotel), hot tubs, newly refurbished restaurant and bars, and a brand-new outdoor splash zone.
The new accommodation includes a mix of grades to suit every budget, including exclusive premium lodges that come with a hot tub and pet friendly options for those that like to holiday with their pooch. Holiday home ownership is also available on this superb range of accommodation, starting from just £32,995.
The resort’s bar and restaurant have undergone an incredible refurbishment. Formerly ‘Westwoods Bar and Grill’, it is now called ‘The Tipsy Eagle Lounge Bar’, (named after the ‘Eagle’ golf shot) offering carefully crafted cocktails and views of the golf course from the sun terrace. The refurbished ‘Ken’s Bar’ is now ‘Six West Restaurant and Bar’ with a delicious menu of family friendly food and drink.
Before a bite to eat, guests can enjoy the on-site 9-hole golf course, alongside the state-of-the-art Toptracer driving range and footgolf course, these golfing options add to the fantastic leisure facilities on offer at the resort.
Children can experience the new outdoor splash zone, disc golf, and a brand-new adventure playground. In peak school holidays they can also enjoy an outdoor cinema, arts and crafts, target archery, footgolf, ranger activities, pottery painting, and so much more.
The name change to Appletree Country Park is inspired by Lincolnshire’s history, as legend has it that Sir Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree in the county when he was hit on the head by a piece of falling fruit. This was what inspired him to formulate his theory of gravity.
The park will embrace the new name by planting a variety of apple trees, including the very variety of tree that Sir Isaac sat under called the ‘Flower of Kent’. These apples will then be used for items on the menu, and possibly even some home-made cider!
Guests to Appletree Country Park can also visit the original historic tree at Woolsthorpe Manor, which is just a 45-minute drive from the park, or closer to home, Lincolnshire Wildlife Park is just 30 minutes away.
Speaking about the re-opening, Away Resorts’ CEO Carl Castledine, said: “We are very excited to officially open our brand-new park in Lincolnshire, and we feel the new historic name resonates so well within the local area.
“Through our £3.5 million investment in renovations, we have created a park with fantastic accommodation options and facilities that we’re sure holidaymakers will love.”