Prestige Homeseeker sees significant increase in lodge sales
A Northamptonshire-based holiday lodge manufacturer has bounced back from lockdown with a boom in business due to a surge in holidaymakers choosing UK staycations over holidays abroad.
Prestige Homeseeker, which manufactures high-spec lodges for holiday parks around the UK, was forced to close its Rushden factory during lockdown but has since seen a significant increase in the amount of lodges sold. It has even taken on 25 more staff members to deal with the demand.
In the past six months, Prestige Homeseeker has seen an increase in sales of more than 10% when compared to the same period last year, while sales enquiries have risen by more than 17% between January and July this year compared to the same time in 2019.
Founder, Silvano Geranio, said: "It's an incredibly exciting time. We're busy, expanding and enjoying increased interest in our lodges. They are typically bought by holiday parks to either rent out or sell to retail customers.
"The lodges are very safe when it comes to social distancing, and great for those who might feel nervous about taking a holiday further afield. They are completely self-contained, spaced a minimum six metres apart from one another and provide everything anyone could need."