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Our Bespoke Lodges

When it comes to glamping accommodation, your customers deserve the very best. This is why we are proud to offer a range of alternative accommodation: bespoke lodges made from steel.

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Building Regulations

Building Regulations: Built to current building regulations ensuring the safety of the product.

Insulation

Insulation: Fully insulated with rock wool (90 mm side walls, 110 mm floor, 150mm ceiling).

Electrics

Electrics: Fully electrical certified, and are NIC, EIC accredited.

Water Proof

Water Proof: We can guarantee that both the roof and floor are entirely water/ boil proof.

Fire Rated

Fire Rated: The steel shell is 1 hour fire rated for spread of fire.

Steel Structure

Steel Structure: The steel structure is constructed by experienced coded welders.


When it comes to glamping accommodation, your customers deserve the very best - this is why we are proud to offer a range of alternative accommodation: bespoke lodges made from steel. 

Using a steel box as the structural shell of a lodge means that your accommodation is wind and water tight, hurricane proof, safe, insulated and has a multitude of modular design options for the interior.

Inspired by nature, they offer a truly bespoke glamping solution which can be designed and built to suit the style and needs of everyone.

Suitable for camping and caravan sites of all sizes, each of our lodges is professionally manufactured by experienced modular engineers and built to current building regulations, ensuring a safe and secure provision. Although it is a temporary building, we advise you speak to your local authority before purchase, just to be on the safe side.

Designed with your customers’ ultimate safety and comfort in mind, each container lodge is constructed from structural steel and comes fully insulated on the inside, with a cladded exterior to help withstand exposure to even the most severe natural elements. Cladding options include treated timber, Scottish larch and cedar, all depending on personal preference.

As part of a bespoke service, you can choose your own size and layout - just tell us what you want and we will deliver. You have full control of the whole process, from planning the layout to choosing the internal finish and features, meaning that each lodge is truly individual to the person who designed it. Our glamping containers can be built to any spec, and can accommodate 2 to 8 people depending on the size and layout that you choose.

Energy efficient and unlike any other product on the market, our robust lodges combine strength and innovation to allow your customers to relax and enjoy a home away from home, including the option of full installation of use of electric points.

Key Features:

  • Built to current building regulations ensuring the safety of the product.
  • Fully insulated with rock wool (90 mm side walls, 110 mm floor, 150mm ceiling)
  • Fully electrical certified, and are NIC, EIC accredited.
  • We can guarantee that both the roof and floor are entirely water/ boil proof.
  • The steel shell is 1 hour fire rated for spread of fire.
  • The steel structure is constructed by experienced coded welders.

Why Choose Us?

With over 15 years of experience, Cleveland Containers is a market leader in the industry with a track record of building bespoke container structures. We have built offices, biomass boilers, chemical stores and even pop-up shops.

We offer you the chance to design and choose every single aspect of your glamping accommodation from the outside in, meaning that the end result is an entirely bespoke product designed by yourself.

If you would like to make an enquiry regarding our container lodges, then please fill out the form below and we will be in contact shortly, alternatively, feel free to call us on 0330 029 0030.

 



Choose your layout

Here are some example lodges showing the different sizes and layouts possible.

24FT x 13.10FT Lodge

(Suitable for 2 people)

32FT x 13.10FT Lodge

(Suitable for 2 people)

45FT x 13.10FT Lodge

(Suitable for 4 people)


Cladding options

Treated Timber

Treated Timber

cedar

Cedar

Scottish Larch

Scottish Larch


FAQs

Do you need planning permission?

We advise you speak to your local authority


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