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Swift relaunches popular Vendee lodge and holiday home range (with new luxury features)


The leisure vehicles brand, Swift Group, relaunched its Vendee lodge and holiday home range in Birmingham last week.

The Vendee range suits holiday parks that need new, impressive homes. And, it works for parks selling holiday homes to people for regular stays every year.

Swift's Vendee range first came onto the market in 2004 and became a popular model. The refreshed 2019 range works well for people who want a modern design in a rural style. Its 'country-classic' style combines luxury features with a cosy atmosphere. The Vendee has an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space, the core of the home.

Inside the Swift Vendee

Holiday bedrooms

Sleeping up to six people in two bedrooms, the Swift Vendee has the following features:

  • central heating
  • free-standing sofas
  • An electric 2kW Optiflame stove fire
  • TV
  • Belling stainless steel oven
  • Microwave oven
  • Wine rack
  • A+ rated double door fridge/freezer
  • Designer dining table

The master bedroom has a king-size, Alba Ortho bed (lodge version only) with lift-up storage beneath. The model has a big wardrobe, window seat and TV panel. The second bedroom has two single beds with 'panelled headboards'. All beds have Duvalay mattresses, enhanced with Crib 5 rated fabric for extra comfort.

Two other people can sleep on an optional 22-inch high, queen size inflatable mattress. The mattress has a built-in pump makes it easy to inflate the mattress.

Bathing amenities

The Vendee's bathrooms (an en suite for the master bedroom, and a family bathroom) have:

  • thermostatic showers
  • soft-close toilet seats
  • extractor fans
  • heated towel rails
  • a vanity unit
  • and extensive storage

Built for strength and comfort

What's on the inside of the Vendee homes is stylish. But, you need a sturdy construction too. The Vendee range has a galvanised chassis, a bonded 'sandwich' exterior, and lagged underfloor pipes. The Thermaglas uPVC windows and doors keep out external noise.

What about the price?

Expect to pay more for the Swift Vendee Lodge version compared to the holiday home version. The Vendee lodge version has a higher specification than the holiday home version. The spec includes a double French door at the front and more insulation.

The Vendee range goes on sale in February 2019.

Find out more about the Swift Vendee range here: www.swiftgroup.co.uk/holiday-homes/vendee-lodge


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