With the much-anticipated film release of Lion King on 19th July 2019, leading holiday lettings agency Mulberry Cottages has shared two properties in Kent where guests can see Simba and Nala in the flesh. 

Animal enthusiasts can watch wildlife roam free and let a lion’s roar be their alarm clock at these unique properties. Why not take a walk on the wild side and venture out to the Kentish savannah this summer?

Amur Tiger Lodge, Smarden, Kent

Sleeps 2

For a truly unforgettable experience, spend the night in an African style lodge amongst 50 beautiful endangered cats. Amur Tiger Lodge is set in 32 acres of grassland within The Big Cat Sanctuary in the Kent countryside in Smarden. The peace and tranquillity of the site provides a sanctuary and excellent conditions for the successful breeding of the endangered cats. The sanctuary is run by the Wildlife Heritage Foundation and offers a truly unique experience in Kent.

Prices from – 3 nights = £2290 / 7 nights = £5590

The Treehouses, Port Lympne, Kent

Sleeps 40

For an unbeatable wildlife encounter guests can embark on a luxury escape in a treehouse. The Treehouses are situated at the Port Lympne Reserve and offer amazing views over the Rhino enclosure as well as the Romney Marshes and English Channel. Guests are treated to a complimentary Truck Safari to see black rhino, giraffes, wildebeest, zebras and more roam free on the Kentish savannah. Guests can also explore the nature reserve in their very own buggy with special exclusive access when the park is closed. The Treehouses can be booked to accommodate groups of up to 40 people.

Prices from – 3 nights= £1497 / 7 nights= £3493 

Book at www.mulberrycottages.com or by calling 01227 464958