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What is your favourite thing about owning a park home or lodge?

I just love the welcoming people and the community spiritedness - 50%
The value for money of the homes and the lower living costs - 0%
The great location of my park and the fact that it’s so peaceful and secure - 50%
The voting for this poll has ended on: 19 Jan 2018 - 13:52

New Model Review: The Muskoka

Following its recent launch at the 2017 autumn Hull show, we take a look at a lodge from Aspire that looks set to become a firm favourite with buyers after a successful start.


Although the Modena was a big hitter at Hull, it stood proudly alongside another highly appealing version of Aspire’s very first lodge, the Muskoka. 

Designed as a target model for those looking for something extra special in the luxury lodge stakes, but within a more traditional footprint, the Muskoka’s décor and interior design gave an early indication of Aspire’s talent for interior design, creating lodges for casually sophisticated living that the occupants can enjoy in complete comfort and luxury. There’s no conflict between comfort, practicality and beauty with Aspire - and that’s evident in the Muskoka.

What’s in a name?
The stunning Muskoka is inspired by its namesake - a picturesque Canadian district with breathtaking scenery - consistently named as one of the best places to visit in Canada and the world by publications such as National Geographic and Readers’ Digest.

The official tourism homepage for Muskoka headlines its opening page with ‘Family Time in Muskoka’ and affectionately describes it as ‘Canada’s cottage country’.  Aspire has translated the feel of this beautiful part of the world into a lodge that has a tranquil and sophisticated feel.


Aspire is very much a bespoke, luxury manufacturer so, although the Muskoka is likely to be a mainstay of its range, it’s certainly an adaptable home, too.  

It is available in sizes from 40ft x 20 upwards with either two or three bedrooms and a front facing or a centre lounge arrangement. The version shown here is a three-bedroom, two bathroom affair with an open plan living space. The two-bedroom version has a separate dressing and storage area as part of the master bedroom suite. As with most lodges, there’s a choice of exterior cladding and colour options available, and entry is either via the front elevation French windows or more likely the side door, as that’s got a lovely built-in cloaks/storage area.


Info Point

For more information on Aspire Park and Leisure Homes, please contact:
T: 01766 800 200
The Aspire Muskoka is selling extremely well already. Parks that have one in situ already include: St David’s Park; Bagnell Park; Silver Bay Holiday Village; and Coed Helen Holiday Park. Plas Coch Holiday Park and Home Farm, in Anglesey, has one on the way, too. 


Read The Full Article In The January 2018 Issue Of Park Homes & Holiday Caravan

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