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PA Life Club winner announcement: stay for 2 at luxury Bubble in Port Lympne


Congratulations to Abi Jones from Instagram who has won our PA Life Club’s October competition!

Abi can look forward to a stay for 2 at one of the Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve’s luxury Bubbles. Entry to the wildlife park is also included making this a great weekend escape with a difference.


Set on an escarpment in the Port Lympne Reserve, this unique accommodation offers an opportunity to get back to nature from the comfort of your very own Bubble. With beautiful surroundings and a secluded setting, it’s the ultimate romantic getaway.

Perfect for stargazing, whilst surrounded by nature, the transparent walls and ceiling offer breath taking 180 degree views over the 600 acre Reserve. The Bubble is equipped with an air conditioning system, so it remains the perfect temperature year-round for you to soak up the seasonal changes.

After a day filled with adventures exploring the Reserve, you can relax with a luxurious bubble bath in the freestanding tub overlooking the natural landscape of the Reserve, or simply sink into the cosy king size bed to gaze at the constellations.

Perfectly designed for a luxury romantic retreat, the Bubble has a king size bed, freestanding bath tub and separate en-suite wet room. Complimentary Bamford toiletries and sleep kit are provided to ensure you have a truly relaxing experience, and in the adjoining living area you’ll find a Nespresso machine and high-speed Wi-Fi.

Your stay at the Bubble will include a personal golf buggy and access to exclusive areas of the Reserve before and after regular visitor hours. You’ll be welcome to enjoy our Treehouse Hotel Clubhouse, where you can toast marshmallows and take in the sunsets over the rhino paddocks with a drink in hand.

Port Lympne Hotel & Reserve is set in a wildlife park with endangered animals

The beautiful 600 acre Kent parkland that’s home to many exotic animals you’d expect to see on an African safari. The endangered species are part of the conservation programme done by the park’s partner charity The Aspinall Foundation. The hundreds of animals in the park are looked after incredibly well and when possible returned to wild in protected areas.

Have you seen what’s coming up in 2023 for the PA Life Club members?