Kenwick Park

At a glance

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    The lodges make the perfect accommodation for families and the spa offers activities and classes for children.

  • Hotel spa


    The lodge accommodation is found a short drive away from the spa.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa

    Following a £4.5million renovation, ClubSpa@Kenwick is a complete fitness and relaxation facility.

  • Hen friendly


    With various fun group activities available, such as cocktail making, or girl’s movie nights, Kenwick Park is ideal for a group getaway.

  • Scenery


    Surrounded by beautiful Lincolnshire countryside and wooden lodges that wouldn’t be out of place in Swiss mountains, Kenwick Park is truly a sight to behold.

  • Golf

    Golf Resort

    An 18-hole golf course makes up part a large part of the estate.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Lincolnshire is filled with historic buildings, family attractions and lots of parks and gardens to visit.


Kenwick Park

Kenwick Park, Lincolnshire, LN11 8NR
LN11 8NR

Louth, Lincolnshire, 18 miles South of Grimsby, 28 miles East of Lincoln

Spa & Leisure

After a £4.5million renovation, ClubSpa@Kenwick is the ultimate fitness and relaxation facility. Cool, calm and contemporary, it has a 20-metre pool, an outdoor hydrotherapy pool, a spa pool, a poolside thermal suite, two exercise studios with more than 60 fitness and relaxation classes, a state of the art gym, all-weather tennis courts, relaxation lounges, and its own eatery for light bites, drinks and snacks. They also offer classes and facilities for children.

Towels, shower gels and shampoos are all provided when guests visit the spa, and alongside all those wonderful facilities, they have 10 treatment rooms including two twin rooms, using Elemis, Natural Spa Factory and OPI products in a collection of therapies.

Hotel & Accommodation

In a 320 acre estate that includes manicured lawns and an on-site golf course, the Best Western Kenwick Park has undergone extensive refurbishment and combines both hotel accommodation in the form of 34 rooms and suites, alongside 15 luxury self-catering Scandinavian lodges that are ideal for families and groups. With a choice of two or three bedrooms, the lodges are hidden in the woodland, and in the springtime, are surrounded by a haze of wild flowers.

In ambient surroundings overlooking beautiful grounds, the restaurant prides itself on its fresh ingredients and much loved traditions including a Thursday steak night. Sunday lunch is extremely popular and afternoon tea is a must-try. Dining is an occasion to be enjoyed at Fairways Restaurant, so make sure you dress up appropriately and avoid trainers, denim shirts and football shirts.