The owners of a hotel near Louth want to open a new luxury 37 lodge holiday park behind their business.
An application has been made to East Lindsey District Council for the Brackenborough Arms Hotel, which documents say has “established itself as a high-quality boutique hotel and wedding venue”.
A statement from Lincs Design Consultancy, on behalf of the applicant says: “To address the high percentage of corporate overnight stays, encourage longer stays and open the site to a broader market it is proposed to create a new holiday park.”
The plans will see the timber lodges positioned within three areas to the rear and east of the hotel and will also see an existing pond extended to create a wildlife lake.
According to the documents, the lodges will differ in size and maximise solar and outdoor space.
They will have their own dedicated parking.
The designers say the proposal will add to the mix and level of accommodation in the area and benefit the wider economy as well as providing employment opportunities.
They add that the site is “ideally located for people to enjoy” the nearby market town and Lincolnshire Wolds.
Photos are an artist's impression of how the lodges would look.