Theobalds Park Luxury Lodges

Theobalds Park Self Catering Info

Site Address: Theobalds Park Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Bulls Cross Ride, Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire EN7 5HS
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Open Dates: All year round

Prices: From £55 to £100 per night*

Booking number: 024 77 678 496

These fantastic luxury holiday lodges are set in acres of pretty meadows and woodland.

The Luxury Lodges

The fantastic luxury lodges at Theobalds Park are tastefully decorated and provide a comfortable and relaxing setting for up to four people.

The usual mod cons of a fitted kitchen are present, including a dishwasher and microwave, and the open plan lounge and dining area offers the maximum use of space. With large patio doors allowing access to the private veranda, there is plenty of natural light coming into the lodge.

An en-suite shower room for the double bedroom and a separate family bathroom ensures there won't be queues in the morning when you want to get ready to explore the campsite and local area. 

Please note: bed linen is included but towels are requierd.

Self Catering facilities

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Bathroom Dining Area Sitting Room TV - Satellite or Freeview Kitchen Dishwasher Garden Furniture


You can read more about the other site facilities and information by viewing the Theobalds Park campsite page

Theobalds Park Campsite

Theobalds Park is in the heart of Hertfordshire just off the M25 and set in a secluded woodland location.

The campsite is well laid out and has modern facilities including a children's play area and washing machines amongst many other facilities.

It is popular for walkers, cyclists and fisherman as Lee Valley Park is nearby to the site. 

Things to do around Theobalds Park

  • London is only 13 miles away. It has numerous attractions, including the waxworks of Madame Tussauds and the Tower Bridge exhibition.
  • Enfield has the Royal Small Arms Island Centre. It tells the story of rifle and gun manufacture through the ages.
  • Whitewebbs Museum of Transport has a collection of cars, commercial vehicles and motor cycles.
  • Waltham Abbey is home to the Royal Gunpowder Mills.
  • Hatfield House is a Jacobean house with beautiful gardens and was once a royal palace. Epping Forest is the largest public open space in the London area. Queen Elizabeth’s Hunting Lodge, the only remaining timberframed Standing in England, hosts a range of Tudor activities.
  • Take a boat on the River Lee and explore Lee Valley Country Park. The Park is good for walking, cycling, fishing and bird-watching.
  • Hayes Hill children’s farm and Holyfield Hall dairy and arable farm are both near Waltham Abbey and open to visitors.
  • Forty Hall Museum has a fine collection of furniture, art and antiques. It hosts special exhibitions throughout the year.

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  • The attractive lodges at Theobalds Park
  • Relaxing in the living room
  • Enjoying a glass of wine in a Theobalds Park holiday caravan
  • The spacious living room