The Enchanted Village was the third accommodation to arrive at Alton Towers and took a different approach to the accommodation at the resort. The Enchanted Village is themed to a magical forest filled with little fable folk, a mythical creature than very few have seen.
In terms of Restaurants, the Enchanted Village has The Crooked Spoon, a restaurant / bar that serves what Alton Towers call a "delicious yet unusual menu" (TPG Tip: For dessert have the self titled dish "The Crooked Spoon"). The Crooked Spoon has an outside seating area for eating or drinking in the summer sun.
The Enchanted Village consists of two accommodation options, the Woodland Lodges and the Luxury Treehouses.
The Woodland Lodges
The Woodland Lodges are the main type of accommodation at The Enchanted Village, The Village consists of individual lodges that house two separate rooms, both featuring one double bed, a bunk bed and a trunkle bed. The rooms contains magic decor such as a light that looks like a little house for one of the fable folk.
The Luxury Treehouses
The Luxury Treehouses are Alton Towers' most expensive accommodation option, with one night coming in at around £800. The Treehouses accommodate up to eight people in four bedrooms with a kitchen area for self-catering and a lounge with a 50" TV and Games console. The real luxury comes with the access to your own private hot tub for relaxing in the evening after a long day at the resort.