West Midlands Safari Park was supposed to open up the doors of its swanky safari accommodation earlier this year, but... well, you can probably guess what stopped that happening.
Anyway, now they're offering visitors the chance to book their stay starting from early next year, although bookings have had to be paused temporarily because there is such high demand.
The lodges boast eight rooms that can sleep as many as five guests, and each has an open plan living room as well as outdoor seating areas and balconies.
Those balconies and outdoor seating areas offer spectacular views across the park, featuring a few of the park's very special residents.
A king-size bedroom in each of the rooms sits on the lower floor, with the upper floor sleeping three people, and an option to add a cot if you've got a baby on board.
From the top, you'll be able to watch as young male elephant Sutton, his mum Five, and his aunt Latabe roam around their enclosure.
Two of the lodges overlook the cheetah enclosure, and these two storey lodges overlook the cheetah area, roamed by big cats called Asrael and Bappe - transported over from France earlier this year.
However, as we've covered, the bookings for this unique UK experience have been placed on hold right now because there has been such an overwhelming amount of interest in staycations among the animals in the West Midlands.
The park released a statement that read: "We have had an overwhelming response to Lodges bookings. Due to unprecedented demand, our booking system has, unfortunately, had to be taken offline temporarily to fix some technical issues.
"We have also had to suspend our telephone bookings system until further notice. Please do rest assured we are doing all we can to get this back up and running, so you can secure your exclusive lodge stay with us here at West Midland Safari Park very soon."
As for food, the park has on-site chefs that will prepare delicious food and bring it straight to your lodge, including breakfast that will be brought so that you can eat it while observing the animals.
A stay also includes access to the park and wristbands for rides at the theme park.
Prices start at £147 per night for kids, and £171 per night for adults.
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