The lodge is steeped in history. Originally a farm, then a ranger’s station for National Parks, turned self-catering accommodation, and finally nurtured by Hideaways into a bespoke eco-lodge. The main area is the original farmhouse, stories of the past evident in the authentic fittings from the old buildings – copper taps and wooden doors.
Nantwich encourages presence and curiosity, calling travellers to engage, immerse and interact with their environment. Walking safaris, led by a professional guide, awaken your inquisitive side, leading you through wildlife corridors, gifting the understanding of the fragile nature of our ecosystem. The gin bar invites personal creations for each palette and the eco-pool with a view gives time to observe the view beyond.
The surrounds of Nantwich are known for its large herds of buffalo which come to drink at the waterhole in front of the lodge. With buffalo, come predators, following in the footsteps of their prey. The area has a healthy cat population – a sighting of lions in and around the lodge is a common occurrence. Nantwich Lodge offers the wild, fringed with holistic and interactive experiences, taking adventure into your own hands.