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Wolds Retreat is a natural woodland park that is just 1 mile outside of the small town of Caistor which is located in the West Lindsey District of Lincolnshire England. Caistor has a number of interesting tourist attractions as well as gift shops and restaurants that cater to visitors. However, most Caistor’s visitors are there to holiday at Wolds Retreat. Wolds Retreat is a park that is about 40 acres in size, and which has its own lake. Visitors to Wolds Retreat can enjoy activities ranging from cycling to golfing to bird watching to fishing in the parks well stocked lake.

Wolds Retreat is an extremely beautiful place to enjoy nature and to get away from the noise and stress of city life. For those who want to enjoy a holiday at the Retreat, there are a number of very fine lodges at which to stay. The three lodges that are discussed below are representative of most lodges in the Wolds Retreat area.

The Galican Lodge offers well equipped bungalows with two or three bedrooms that can sleep up to six people. The bungalows are outfitted with verandah’s, flat screen TV’s/DVD’s, modern kitchens and washing machines. Prices start from £355 per week.

The Willow Lakes Cottages are located 8.6 miles away from Wolds Retreat. The Willow Lake Cottages sleep 4 people. The cottages are equipped with TV’s with Freeview, Wi-Fi, modern kitchens and patios for barbecuing. Prices start from £265 per week.

The Thorpe Park Holiday Center is located 6.3 miles from Wolds Retreat. The park provides Caravan accommodations that sleep up to six people. Visitors to the park have access to facilities that include a heated swimming pool, a 9 hole golf course, and a large beach. The Caravans are equipped with TV’s DVD’s, and modern kitchens. Prices start from £245 per week.
Wolds Retreat is a beautiful nature park that is well worth visiting.

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