Our Park

At Noah’s Retreat we offer a fantastic selection of brand-new luxury lodges available to hire or own. Beautifully appointed and fully furnished our lakeside lodges are created with accessibility at heart of their design. Choose from 2, 3 and 4 bedroom options and if fishing is your thing, look no further as our lodges are sited right on the edge of the lake with either an external veranda, a fishing platform of even both!

The park is enjoying an extensive programme of investment and redevelopment that will include a range of new facilities coming soon.

To find out more about holidays or lodge ownership call us on 01472 897122 or get in touch by sending the Contact Us form. For holiday availability and reservations, click on the Book Now button at the top of the page.

Beautifully Landscaped Gardens & Private Lake

Built With Accessibility In Mind

Pet Friendly

Experienced Staff On Hand

Peace, Quiet & Tranquillity For All

Fishing Opportunities

Fishing is a very popular hobby and with good reason, not only is it relaxing and therapeutic it’s also extremely rewarding. With 45,000 disabled anglers buying fishing licenses each year and a further 190,000 people aged 65+, many with mobility impairments, it truly is an activity for all. We will make the facilities around our well-stocked lake more accessible to ensure hours of peace, quiet and tranquillity for all.

Peace, Quiet & Tranquility’ For All.

Fishing

Fishing is a very popular hobby and with good reason, not only is it relaxing and therapeutic it’s also extremely rewarding. With 45,000 disabled anglers buying fishing licenses each year and a further 190,000 people aged 65+, many with mobility impairments, it truly is an activity for all. We will make the facilities around our well-stocked lake more accessible to ensure hours of peace, quiet and tranquillity for all.

Rustic charm and modern luxury

The Willows

We also have a stunning, newly refurbished six bedroom farmhouse sleeping up to 14 available at Noah’s Retreat. The Willows boasts an outdoor hot tub enclosed in a private garden, a patio with a barbecue area for those delightful summer evenings, and a games room complete with a full-sized snooker table.

Find out more and book your next break now.

Rustic charm and modern luxury

The Willows

We also have a stunning, new refurbished six bedroom farmhouse available at Noah’s Retreat. The Willows boasts an outdoor hot tub enclosed in a private garden, a patio with a barbecue area for those delightful summer evenings, and a games room complete with a full-sized snooker table.

Find out more and book your next break now here.

Local Area

Set within beautifully landscaped secluded gardens with access to a private lake Noah’s Retreat is the perfect picturesque setting for any holiday.

With a golf course next door and situated just 40 minutes from the historic city of Lincoln and only 15 minutes from the seaside town of Cleethorpes, Noah’s Retreat offers the best of both coast and country with the endless skies of the North East Lincolnshire coastline and the rolling hills and hidden valleys of Lincolnshire Wolds all within easy access.

Historic & Picturesque

Lincolnshire

Discover a host of things to see and do in Lincolnshire from historic market towns and picturesque villages to grand houses, such as Doddington Hall and not forgetting Lincoln Castle, home of the Magna Carta. Both sites have full disability access. There’s also a number of exquisite formal gardens and picturesque country parks to explore and as the county is steeped in aviation history and home to the famous Red Arrows there are some fascinating heritage sites and museums to visit.

Historic & Picturesque

Lincolnshire

Discover a host of things to see and do in Lincolnshire from historic market towns and picturesque villages to grand houses, such as Doddington Hall and not forgetting Lincoln Castle, home of the Magna Carter. Both sites have full disability access. There’s also a number of exquisite formal gardens and picturesque country parks to explore and as the county is steeped in aviation history and home to the famous Red Arrows there are some fascinating heritage sites and museums to visit.

Historic & Picturesque

Lincolnshire

Discover a host of things to see and do in Lincolnshire from historic market towns and picturesque villages to grand houses, such as Doddington Hall and not forgetting Lincoln Castle, home of the Magna Carter. Both sites have full disability access. There’s also a number of exquisite formal gardens and picturesque country parks to explore and as the county is steeped in aviation history and home to the famous Red Arrows there are some fascinating heritage sites and museums to visit.

A Beautiful Seaside Town

Cleethorpes

Explore historical landmarks and fun-filled amusements and entertainment. The North East Lincolnshire coast is full of fun activities and attractions including Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway and The Central Prom and Beach. Where else can you experience such breathtaking scenery alongside top activities and attractions, mouth-watering food and fascinating history.

Home of a Magna Carta

Lincoln Castle

Discover a world of rich history at Lincoln Castle, dating back to 1068 and home to one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta. Built by William the Conqueror on a site occupied since Roman times, Lincoln Castle has dominated the Lincoln skyline for almost one thousand years.

Home of a Magna Carta

Lincoln Castle

Discover a world of rich history at Lincoln Castle, dating back to 1068 and home to one of only four surviving copies of Magna Carta. Built by William the Conqueror on a site occupied since Roman times, Lincoln Castle has dominated the Lincoln skyline for almost one thousand years.

A Stunning Elizabethan Mansion

Doddington Hall & Gardens

Built in 1595, Doddington Hall was designed by Robert Smythson, one of the most prominent Elizabethan architects in England. The building work was completed in 1600 and the Hall has never been sold or cleared out since. Doddington is still a lived-in and much-loved family home, brimming with history and heritage. Over 400 years of unbroken family occupation has resulted in fascinating collections of furniture, weaponry, artwork and homeware – as well as a wealth of amusing stories.

A Stunning Elizabethan Mansion

Doddington Hall & Gardens

Built in 1595, Doddington Hall was designed by Robert Smythson, one of the most prominent Elizabethan architects in England. The building work was completed in 1600 and the Hall has never been sold or cleared out since. Doddington is still a lived-in and much-loved family home, brimming with history and heritage. Over 400 years of unbroken family occupation has resulted in fascinating collections of furniture, weaponry, artwork and homeware – as well as a wealth of amusing stories.


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