The new development has opened at the Love2Stay resort on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, with owner Salop Leisure investing in a collection of 11 new luxury Woodland lodges.
They join the site's 11 existing safari lodges.
Salop Leisure’s managing director Mark Bebb said they were delighted to open the new venue – and to be able to welcome guests with lockdown restrictions lifted.
He said: "We have been mindful when developing the resort that we needed to create an offering which appeals to a younger audience. Lots of the facilities we have incorporated are family orientated with healthy living and wellness at the core.
“Love2Stay is designed to offer the very best luxury break experience with our holiday lodge accommodation matching a five-star hotel. Whether it’s a romantic holiday or a family getaway, relaxing in a hot tub is the perfect way to end a busy day of exploring.
“There are so many opportunities onsite and off-site. Guests can discover Shrewsbury, Attingham Park and Ironbridge which are all nearby, challenge themselves with our adventurous onsite activities or just relax in an environment which is in harmony with nature.
“The days of roughing it on a campsite are over. Glamping ensures the best of both worlds as families can connect with nature and super-fast wi-fi at the same time. Families can spend their days pond dipping and enjoying activities and their evening cocooned in the warm water of a hot tub."
Each of the new lodges has its own private hot tub, firepit with grill plate and hammock.
The woodland lodges sleep up to six people and come equipped with high range kitchens, bedrooms and living areas.
When Covid-19 rules allow, guests staying in the lodges will have access to communal facilities including a sauna, hot tub and drench bucket.
Guests also have access to an outdoor natural bio swimming pool, hot spring beach and a wide range of outdoor activities for all the family.
The Love2Stay resort, which celebrates its fourth birthday next month, comprises a glamping village, touring caravan park with 124 pitches and an adventure centre.
Set in 22 acres of landscaped grounds, the resort has panoramic views across to Wales from one side and over to the Shropshire Hills from the other.