“Last year, we took the opportunity to pause and reflect on our range to really consider what the next phase of our luxury leisure home range could be,” said Shirin Kemp, director of marketing and PR at Victory Leisure Homes.

“As we know, the average age of holiday homeowners is getting younger – and this trend is only predicated to continue, as the staycation boom shows no sign of slowing down. This new demographic of customers have new requirements and we have to adapt.

“So in response, we’ve reimagined our collection of high-end, contemporary lodges to redefine luxury and give our buyers a space curated for them – while also incorporating the classic, timeless features no holiday home can be without,” continued Shirin.

The Faraday lodge is the latest release from Victory and features:

  • A living area
  • A kitchen and dining area
  • Two bedrooms
  • A master bathroom and an en-suite
  • And even a utility room

Mary Crewther, head of design at Victory continued: “Inspired by high-end Scandinavian design, it boasts: black accents throughout to give the lodge a modern feel; bespoke, integrated wine glass racks; and even a full-size bath. Herringbone flooring runs throughout the lodge, bringing a light, bright and modern feel and I’m incredibly proud of the clever storage solutions we’ve managed to integrate into the utility room – keeping it looking chic and clean.

“The living area features a black, contemporary freestanding stove with a stylish faux log store. Hand-crafted artwork, an industrial style mirror and bespoke free-standing furniture – designed and manufactured in-house – elevate the space. The deep sofa is modular and can be reconfigured to suit and the free-standing teddy-fabric chair adds to the cosy and comfortable aesthetic.

“Through to the kitchen dining area and you’ll find branded appliances, a breakfast bar and even integrated wine glass racks – with the option of including a wine cooler. Pendant lighting with sleek, modern contemporary finishes really complete the space.

“There are two bedrooms, with a dressing area and en-suite off the master bedroom. The master bathroom comes with a rainfall shower, a double vanity and even a full-size bath.

“Finally, the utility room was an important space for us to include. Holidaymakers need a space that’s ready for real life – muddy boots and sandy sandals – and the Faraday’s utility room is prepared for anything life throws at it.”

The Faraday is now available for purchase and for more information visit: victoryleisurehomes.co.uk/products/faraday-lodge/.