We find out more about a new home from Willerby that owes as much to the company’s history as it does to its innovative designs

Willerby has unveiled a luxurious new holiday home, to mark the introduction of its 2020 range. The Vogue Classique is based on an original holiday home from Willerby, designed with state-of-the-art features to suit its modern audience, while oozing sophistication and elegance.

Willerby’s story began over 70 years ago, when it started to produce and design holiday homes and lodges for parks across the UK. Ten years after its launch, its founder Walter Allen created the very first Vogue product in 1956.

Willerby has now created a premium home that provides a luxurious living space, grand kitchen and a deluxe master bedroom suite. The Classique is bigger and better than its vintage predecessor, and is the largest holiday home available on the market in its category.

Home owners can relax in style the moment they arrive, with features such as an American-style fridge-freezer, wine cooler, a six-seater dining table and walk-in wardrobe, making life easier and more comfortable.

Options such as a retractable awning, air conditioning and a beautiful balcony setting in the master bedroom make this bespoke home a dream destination during the summer months.

Kirsten Bolton, Willerby’s marketing director, commented: ‘The Vogue model has played a pivotal part in our history over the past 63 years, and holds a special place in the hearts of the Willerby team. We’ve revitalised an old treasured favourite and given it a modern makeover.

‘We’re extremely proud of this truly luxurious model; it is a fantastic choice for couples who lead busy lives to enjoy a weekend getaway, surrounded by gorgeous features and interiors.’

The Vogue Classique officially launched on the 18 July and can be seen at the Willerby showgrounds in Hull and Scotland.

The original Vogue dating back to 1956, and one of only 10 in the country, can also be seen at the Hull showground.
To find out more about the model and others in the Willerby range, please visit www.willerby.com.