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Two new lodges from Kingston Park and Leisure Homes

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Kingston Park and Leisure Homes have launched two new lodges, the Tranquility and Serenity. They've designed both to be suitable for both leisure and residential use.

The Tranquility is a 50ft by 20ft lodge with three bedrooms, a utility room and a study. The company is due to unveil a 40ft by 20ft version at the World of Park and Leisure Homes Show at Stoneleigh (7-9 June).

Timber is a strong feature of this lodge’s design. It has beams, solid oak for the kitchen surfaces and dining table, plus a timber fireplace.

In the bedrooms, the headboard is timber, vertically aligned, and with inset lighting.

In the lounge, the huge fireplace with inset lighting and a log store underlines the rustic character of the Tranquility. There’s a television position above the flame effect fire, enhanced by back-lighting.

The Tranquility

A four-seater breakfast bar borders the kitchen on two sides. And you can move the table to join it, to create seating for 10 people.

Other elements that distinguish the Tranquility include:

  • its freestanding bath
  •  a large en suite shower

The Serenity is a 40ft by 20ft lodge with an L-shaped lounge-dining space and a semi-separate kitchen. It’s open to the dining area but buyers can opt for a door. A 45ft by 20ft three-bedroom version is available.

The kitchen is almost square, with shaker style matt kitchen units and wooden worktops.

The master bedroom has a walk-through wardrobe leading to the en suite and full-length window.

On-trend tartan-inspired curtains and cushions are a feature of this home.

Kingston is in its second year of making park and leisure homes. The company competes in the quality end of the market, with a high standard of finish. It makes five ranges. Unlike almost all park and holiday home manufacturers, this company makes its own chassis.

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