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What is a Holiday Lodge?

Whenever you see or hear the phrase holiday lodge, another word is never far away from the conversation: Luxury.

 

Holiday lodges are at the opulent end of the fast-growing static caravan market. You pay more, but you get more. That makes a holiday lodge the perfect choice if you love to spend your leisure time relaxing in nature, but also have a taste for home comforts.

 

How is a lodge different from a park home?

Both park homes and lodges are factory-built. They are then transported to their permanent location: a leased plot of land on a privately-owned holiday park.

 

Park homes are classed as a single unit and can be up to 14 feet (4.2 metres) wide. A lodge is much more spacious because it’s a double unit, up to 22 feet (6.7 metres) wide. Your lodge will be transported in two sections and assembled by craftsmen at the site.

 

Luxury by the bucket load

Imagine a holiday park home with some desirable extras, such as a decking veranda, garden space, and a hot tub. Add some subtle outdoor lighting that starts to glow as the sun sets on the sea, and you can begin to picture what life is like for a lodge owner.

 

Move inside and enjoy the sense of light and space. There’s room for stylish freestanding furniture, the latest fitted kitchen appliances, storage and an en suite bathroom. Enjoy advanced central heating, a Bluetooth music system, and maybe a giant, wall-mounted smart TV.

 

Make yourself at home in your new Willerby holiday lodge.

 

Quality from the ground up

Willerby lodges are built to last longer. The quality starts with a solid engineered steel chassis, galvanised to protect against corrosion caused by extreme weather (AKA the UK climate).

 

The windows feature the latest double-glazing technology and are available in a choice of colours.

 

Cladding is crucial to the appearance and durability of a holiday lodge. When you choose Willerby, the options include CanExel® high-density wood compound. This combines the beauty of a woodgrain-style finish with minimal maintenance and enduring water resistance.

 

Can you live in a holiday lodge all year round?

Yes, is the short answer. Most holiday lodges are built to comply with BS3632 (2015), which means they are suitable for permanent all-year-round residence. This exacting standard demands higher levels of build quality and takes account of safety, thermal and acoustic insulation, central heating and more.

 

The only caveat is that not all holiday parks are licenced for residential living, or open all year round. When choosing your location, be sure to secure expert advice before buying. We recommend getting everything in writing.

 

Bespoke is better

Are you interested in a holiday lodge that goes one better? Fancy a home that offers the best of everything? Explore Willerby Bespoke and design a lodge that plays to your personality.

Whenever you see or hear the phrase holiday lodge, another word is never far away from the conversation: Luxury.

 

Holiday lodges are at the opulent end of the fast-growing static caravan market. You pay more, but you get more. That makes a holiday lodge the perfect choice if you love to spend your leisure time relaxing in nature, but also have a taste for home comforts.

 

How is a lodge different from a park home?

Both park homes and lodges are factory-built. They are then transported to their permanent location: a leased plot of land on a privately-owned holiday park.

 

Park homes are classed as a single unit and can be up to 14 feet (4.2 metres) wide. A lodge is much more spacious because it’s a double unit, up to 22 feet (6.7 metres) wide. Your lodge will be transported in two sections and assembled by craftsmen at the site.

 

Luxury by the bucket load

Imagine a holiday park home with some desirable extras, such as a decking veranda, garden space, and a hot tub. Add some subtle outdoor lighting that starts to glow as the sun sets on the sea, and you can begin to picture what life is like for a lodge owner.

 

Move inside and enjoy the sense of light and space. There’s room for stylish freestanding furniture, the latest fitted kitchen appliances, storage and an en suite bathroom. Enjoy advanced central heating, a Bluetooth music system, and maybe a giant, wall-mounted smart TV.

 

Make yourself at home in your new Willerby holiday lodge.

 

Quality from the ground up

Willerby lodges are built to last longer. The quality starts with a solid engineered steel chassis, galvanised to protect against corrosion caused by extreme weather (AKA the UK climate).

 

The windows feature the latest double-glazing technology and are available in a choice of colours.

 

Cladding is crucial to the appearance and durability of a holiday lodge. When you choose Willerby, the options include CanExel® high-density wood compound. This combines the beauty of a woodgrain-style finish with minimal maintenance and enduring water resistance.

 

Can you live in a holiday lodge all year round?

Yes, is the short answer. Most holiday lodges are built to comply with BS3632 (2015), which means they are suitable for permanent all-year-round residence. This exacting standard demands higher levels of build quality and takes account of safety, thermal and acoustic insulation, central heating and more.

 

The only caveat is that not all holiday parks are licenced for residential living, or open all year round. When choosing your location, be sure to secure expert advice before buying. We recommend getting everything in writing.

 

Bespoke is better

Are you interested in a holiday lodge that goes one better? Fancy a home that offers the best of everything? Explore Willerby Bespoke and design a lodge that plays to your personality.

 

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