Holiday homes and lodge manufacturer Victory Leisure Homes has unveiled its two ‘most luxurious’ models yet, with a double product launch that’s set to ‘revolutionise the industry’.

The Bower has been designed for families, with features including easy-clean surfaces and fabrics, additional space for highchairs and storage solutions created for extra toys making it well-suited for families with young children. The Franklin is described by Victory as having ‘luxury in its DNA’ – a statement backed up by the fact that it boasts:

  • a feature D-Shape full-size bath
  • king size bed
  • bi-fold windows
  • a contemporary handles-less kitchen with bench seating, a boiling hot water tap, free-standing wine cooler, marble-effect worktops and black accent features

Shirin Kemp, director of marketing and PR, at Victory said: “The Bower and The Franklin are our most ambitious models yet. We had incredibly bold visions for each, with our design, innovation and manufacturing teams working together to develop homes that would revolutionise the industry. We set out to create the highest spec homes available on the market and that’s exactly what we’ve done.

“Our in-house construction technique – Novus – has enabled us to improve every part of the manufacturing process, creating a higher quality product. One of the many benefits of Novus is that we’ve been able to unlock more interior space by using new technology and materials. This has meant that we’re now launching the only 12ft holiday home on the market with both a full-size bath and full-size twin beds in the twin room.

“We designed The Bower with families in mind. As parents and holidaymakers ourselves, we know what it’s like to arrive at your holiday accommodation and discover there isn’t ample space for everything the family needs – or worse still, the set-up makes for a stressful time because daylight peeps through blinds, there’s no bath for the littles ones or plug sockets don’t allow you to set the baby monitor up in the right way.

“Every possible consideration a family may have – from a bathroom designed with space for bathing small children, full size single beds in the second bedroom for older children to an integrated dishwasher and washer/dryer to save on additional ‘housework’ – has been factored into The Bower’s design.

“The Franklin is our most luxurious lodge to date. We took inspiration from Morocco when designing the interiors, with warm earthy tones bringing a real calming sense of peace as soon as you step through the door.

“The living room is modern in its design, with a feature fireplace and cosy window seat. We even designed the sofa ourselves and hand-picked the Alcantara fabric chairs – which all come as standard.

“There’s a king size bed in the master bedroom, with a reclaimed timber dressing table and built-in wardrobe completing the luxury look and feel. The ensuite boasts a full-size feature D-Shape bath and the Velux roof windows bathe the space in natural light.”

In a nod to its innovation credentials, Victory is now following a naming convention for its new models that celebrates ‘Victory visionaries’ – notable people from history who have truly stood apart in their chosen field.

Shirin continued: “The Bower is named after Frederick Orpen Bower, a botanist who developed a theory on the lifecycle of plants. The Franklin gets its name from Rosalind Franklin – who was instrumental in uncovering the early secrets of DNA.

“The launch of The Bower and The Franklin come off the back of a really successful 2022 for us. We’ve expanded our second factory in Hull, increasing operations and recruiting an additional 350 people to fulfil our order books – which are full until late 2023. But we’re certainly not stopping there and have big plans for the next 12 months – and beyond.”