WEST Midland Safari Park has unveiled four new lodges to add to its growing collection of luxury safari accommodation.

The new additions will allow guests to watch lions from their bedroom and living room.

Kidderminster Shuttle: The second bedroom. The second bedroom. (Image: NQ.)

The lodges are all detached and sleep up to six guests, offering views of the lions from two bedrooms, a living room, and a garden terrace area.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Another bedroom.Another bedroom. (Image: NQ.)

One of the lodges is accessible and has wider doors, lowered kitchen worktops and appliances, an adapted shower room and a car parking space immediately outside the lodge.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Accessible bedroom.Accessible bedroom. (Image: NQ)

This will bring the total of lodges at the safari park to 24 which include accommodation in the giraffe, elephant, cheetah, rhino, and red panda areas.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Living space.Living space. (Image: NQ)

The safari lodges are located in the new Lion Ridge, which is home to four male lions, who were all born at the park in 2019 – brothers Hodge, Harabi and Havoc and their half-brother, Hercules.

Kidderminster Shuttle: One of the bedrooms has a bunk with an extra bed.One of the bedrooms has a bunk with an extra bed. (Image: WMSP.)

The price per night to stay in the lodge is £790 based on two guests with additional costs for more guests.

This includes a two-day admission ticket to the park and all attractions and a two-day ride wristband as well as breakfast and dinner.