How To Design The Perfect Holiday Lodge

When it comes to designing the perfect holiday lodge, you’ll want to make sure you think of every last detail. As a place to relax and unwind, as well as entertain guests and the family, there’s a lot to think about. That’s why we’ve put together this article on how to design your space and building, so nothing gets overlooked.

What Is A Holiday Lodge?

A holiday lodge is quite a broad phrase that can be used to describe a broad range of buildings. However, in this instance it refers to a small static building placed in a location of your choice as a home away from home. It can be a small one bedroom cabin to an extensive multiple bedroom building with all modern luxuries included.

Design Elements To Consider

When designing your holiday lodge with a skilled manufacturer, it’s important to cover al the bases. From style and aesthetics to functionality, there’s a lot to consider. We’ve outlined below the four main aspects to think about whilst coming up with the concept.

Holiday Lodge Size

Size is a crucial factor when designing a holiday lodge. You can make this decision by thinking about the following three aspects:

  • Family size
  • Budget
  • Available space

By assessing all of these elements you’ll be able to decide on the perfect number of rooms and floor space for your new lodge.


Features cover components in your home such as running water, electricity, cooking facilities, bathrooms etc. You’ll be somewhat limited by the size of your holiday lodge, so assess what is most important to you whilst on holiday, and which features you want most.

wooden building in garden
view from garden room


Choosing the perfect spot for your holiday lodge is integral. We recommend selecting an area with plenty of room around you, that’s not in direct sunlight at all hours, and can be wired into utilities such as mains water and electric. Ultimately, where you put the lodge is up to you. Regardless of location you’ll be able to enjoy all the benefits that accompany a bespoke build.

Textures, Colours & Style

Finally, at the core of your holiday lodge design is the style. This includes all the textures and colours you would like to see. At the end of the day, this decision is entirely down to your preferences. However, we advise making choices that complement the surroundings. If it’s in your garden, try to stay in-keeping with your home. Out in nature however, timber and warm textures tend to work well.

Choose Pods2U For Custom Holiday Lodges

For quality holiday lodges from industry experts, get in touch with Pods2U today. We’ve got a range of experience and knowledge in designing and constructing the perfect building for you. To find out more, give us a call.

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