The Prestige Glass House holiday lodge is so advanced that it’s not needed refreshing since its launch in 2015.
From the moment you enter the Prestige Glass House you realise that this holiday lodge is in its own class.
Prestige commissioned Henry Ward, a leading yacht designer, in 2014 to design a home away from home based on the principles of yacht design, creating clever uses of space and interior feel. Bringing light aplenty into the home, not only with its five roof lights – yes 5! – but also the higher ceiling at the front of the Glass House likened in style to the prow of a yacht. The lounge and kitchen area alone has 20 windows.
As you walk into the Glass House, the kitchen area is to your right and the dining table to your left. The lounge is opposite in a complete open plan design.
The lounge coffee table and side table are made of reclaimed wood, continuing the nautical theme.
Couple this with the grey and white fascias and you get a lovely warm contrast.
The kitchen has an island five-burner hob, with plenty of space either side, and lime-washed wood worktops. Also sequestered away in the island is a 24 bottle wine fridge, large enough for any vino connoisseur.
The second bedroom in the Prestige the Glass House has curved wardrobes and side drawers made of reclaimed wood and curved to give a 3D feel, or wave effect to continue nautical theme.
Walking into the main bathroom and you’ll find a full-sized, free-standing and very stylish bath. A floor-to-ceiling radiator and vanity mirror with inset lights continue this attention to detail in styling.
The Glass House master bedroom has light everywhere, full height windows, plus two remote controlled roof lights to give you full control over the natural brightness.
The en-suite itself is the size of some second bedrooms, with a huge towel rail and full room-width shower.
The bed headboard is a dull subtle copper hue fabric. Whites, creams, greys and fawns working in tandem to create a warm feeling with cool colours. Very clever.
Behind the headboard and “wall” of the bedroom is the dressing area, which runs the full length of the bedroom. The gloss graphite storage suite in the dressing area is perfectly neutral so no matter what your style, it will fit in perfectly in the Glass House.
There are vented slats in the border wall between the two – they serve no practical purpose but look just cool.
At the end of the dressing area is a full length window and opposite is a full length mirror. Nothing in the Glass House has been done by halves, it really is a top class holiday lodge.
Verdict: A stunning holiday home, with an enduring industrial chic and modern flourishes, the Glass House is unique. From the roman blinds in high quality cotton, to the remote-controlled skylights, everything about this park home exudes luxury yacht life.
Plus points: Designed from the bottom up to be unique and special, The Glass House is a clever and beautifully designed holiday home. One that you’d be happy to throw the doors open and show off your pride and joy to anyone.
Minus points: If you like the Prestige Glass House you are pretty much guaranteed to love it, but it could be an acquired taste, the furnishings and the style would be more difficult to adapt than other holiday homes.
In a nutshell: Designed in tandem with a leading yacht designer, the Glass House takes holiday homes to a new level. Modern with industrial chic, the Glass House rightly takes its’ place at the top of the lodge market. It’s character, design features and attention to detail make this holiday home one of the best.
Build standard: Meets and exceeds BS3632
Ex-works price: £157,920*
If you’re looking to buy this holiday lodge why not get a lodge insurance quote from us today.
Spotted in the classifieds: A 2020 three-bedroomed Prestige Glass House holiday lodge with jacuzzi, Wi-Fi and sea view sited in Weymouth (DT3). Sited costs £349,995.
Cost to insure this sited holiday lodge would be £957**
**Leisuredays holiday lodge insurance quote based on 2020 Prestige Glass House holiday lodge insured for £354,995 (£349,995 for structure and £5,000 contents). Owners are a 68-year-old retired couple with previous lodge insurance and three years no claim discount. Holiday lodge fitted with skirting and an alarm system. £5,000 contents included. £75 excess applies. Insurance premium includes insurance premium tax at the current rate and is correct as of 15/09/2020.
For more information please visit www.prestigeparkandleisurehomes.co.uk
*Extra charges will be made by park operators and/or distributors for transport and siting and annual maintenance. Please check the price carefully before you commit to buy as prices vary considerably dependent amongst other factors, on the geographical location of your chosen park