Bella Brodie finds out more about the all-new Prestige Glass House – a feast for the eyes from every direction!
One of Prestige’s most innovative lodges has recently had a makeover and we have now had sight of it at Dylan Coastal Resort, which showcases the Glass House perfectly. Although we did wonder how Prestige could improve on the original Glass House as it was so good, the new version offers plenty to get excited about! This model has always been one of Prestige’s most luxurious and individual lodges. It works particularly well on plots with a view thanks to the extensive glazing to the front of the lodge, which is raised and angular. Offering plenty of space and height, light floods into the living area in abundance.
The way it is designed gives a feeling of immersion in your park environment, and yet it’s hard to take your eyes away from the interior design, as it’s so inviting. This would be a glorious space to chill out in whatever the weather, and guests would no doubt appreciate the elevated luxury and comfort built-in to their lavish surroundings.
The raised front is a key feature of this model, with double glazed uPVC windows and doors in black, looking great here against the CanExel cladding. Double French doors are set within that, and additional windows above add extra lift inside. The composite front door adds to the feeling of solidity, and galvanised guttering takes care of those pesky rainstorms, long term. Exterior lights create atmosphere at night, and also illuminate the sides of the lodge thanks to the angular frontage.
The 2022 interior trend for an earthy palette and organic textures flows throughout the Glass House and is an enhancement of the original design. The oak-effect beam, mood lighting, painted doors and branded appliances all add to the sense of opulence throughout. Call it ‘modern farmhouse’ or ‘ocean lookout’, this lodge carries its new identity confidently, and will fit well into any external environment.
ACCOMMODATION AND LAYOUT
The Glass House is configured with two or three bedrooms, as standard, in lengths of 42ft and 45ft – all in 20ft and 22ft widths – and a three-bedroom version is shown here. Other sizes are available up to a maximum size of 65ft x 22, so you could bespoke it further or even add another bedroom, if needed. If buying as a rental investment, we can’t help but feel that the Glass House could command a pretty exceptional rate.
● Raised front elevation, with panoramic views to three aspects.
● Stunning interior design.
● Particularly well-equipped kitchen.
● Striking feature walls in the bedrooms.
● Ample storage in bedrooms.
● Eye-catching, luxurious bathrooms.
Read the full article in the December 2022 issue of Park Home & Holiday Living