What is the difference between a holiday home and a lodge?
Holidays homes are classed as single units and are typically between 10 and 14 feet wide. The majority are built to European holiday home specification (EN 1647) and are generally used for seasonal accommodation. Lodges are classed as twin units and can range from 16 to 22 foot wide. They are constructed in two halves and fitted together on the park. The majority of lodges tend to be built to British residential standard (BS 3632) and often have a distinguishable wood effect cladding.