Naturally disappointed by the postponement of April’s Ardingly Show, Pathfinder Homes has found an innovative way to get around the problem…
The Ardingly Show may have been postponed until August but prospective park home and lodge buyers who are keen to see Pathfinder’s new models need not wait until then.
The Devon-based manufacturer has launched a ‘virtual show’ – the first of its kind in our sector – so that the show can come to you while you’re holed up in lockdown mode.
A spokesperson for the company said: ‘When we heard the news of Ardingly Show postponement, we were so upset that we wouldn’t get to show you the beautiful line up.
‘The only shows dedicated to our industry are off the schedule for a fair while. With floating homes, creative single designs and enchanting three bed options all ready to bring to you we were beyond disappointed but, then, our tech heads and imaginative geniuses said, “Don’t worry, we can take the show to them.”
Pathfinder’s ‘virtual show’ includes a digitally created stand and lots of fun little features and creative content.
There are: virtual tours and video demos with a special host; four incredible homes to explore; a fantastic new floating lodge to discover; a facility to learn more about the company’s free planning service for siting a Pathfinder model on your own land; and a searchable park finder service.
While the Ardingly Show was set to originally run – from 2 to 5 April – Pathfinder also released new content for each ‘show day’, and website users could view its stand as if they were at Ardingly.
The first of four beautiful homes available for exploration is the all-new Single Tor. An intuitive layout, full of thoughtful features, this home is proving to be very popular.
Then, there’s The Hawthorne – virtual showgoers ran the rule over this model in a demo tour that was available from 10am on 4 April. The original and still the best, the Pathfinder Homes mono-pitch, center lounge home is everything you would expect to find in a Pathfinder with a whole lot more.
Next up, there was a never seen before, three-bedroom version of La Belle Maison. A show demo on 5 April showcased a home brimming with innovative design touches.
Joining the La Belle Maison on 5 April was The Floating Lodge – an imaginative and quirky design, created especially for living on the water.