Bella Brodie reviews the Prestige Botanic – an indulgent lodge that’s bursting with character…
Prestige’s new luxury lodge, The Botanic, stands proudly on display in its showground in Rushden, Northamptonshire, where I thoroughly enjoyed taking a tour of it recently. This is a lodge bursting with character and sophistication, yet also very calming, and I think that’s why it’s so instantly loveable.
The Botanic, as shown here, is clad in a Turner Oak Malt Vinylit finish, with black guttering and anthracite grey fascias, windows and doors to contrast. Soft lights sit under the front soffit, and there is further exterior lighting bordering the main entry door at the side.
As the name suggests, the Botanic is heavily influenced by nature, with a colour palette of blues and greens interspersed with natural materials at every turn. That ensures the overall ambience of tranquillity, light and calm. Yet this is a lodge with a fun side too, and it’s that combination which should make it particularly popular.
The appointment is luxurious, and the Botanic feels a cut above the norm as a result. As you progress through the lodge, that’s more and more visible, and that feeling is delivered in a classy way that’s a bit different from anything else on the market.
ACCOMMODATION AND LAYOUT
The Botanic is configured with two or three bedrooms as standard, in lengths of 40ft, 42ft or 45ft x 20 widths. This version shown is the two-bedroom option, with the second bedroom a twin and the master benefitting from a walk-through dressing area into the shower room.
There’s a separate family bathroom, and the main living area incorporates the kitchen, dining area and lounge. The entry area is shielded from the main living area by a full-height wall, with two large, inset glazed panels to let light flood into the living area from all sides.
● Striking design theme throughout.
● Kitchen island with breakfast bar.
● Open, spacious living area.
● Innovative bathroom design.
● Master bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower.
Read the full article in the November 2022 issue of Park Home & Holiday Living