Ritz Homes is Britain’s trusted source for Manufactured Homes. Luxurious Park Homes and Holiday Lodges featuring a refreshing blend of American and British design are crafted in our Humberside facility. In 2017 a second purpose built 600 foot long assembly plant will start production and feature an adjoining indoor showground displaying a dozen model homes.
The elegant “Hampton” is our residential park home flagship combining a nine foot flat ceiling and spacious rooms delivers a timeless “West End” Penthouse ambiance. Experience has proven these design elements increase revenues by significantly broadening market appeal especially to the more discerning, affluent and sophisticated buyers who are typically not candidates for conventional static caravan.
The Ritz Beach Lodges are designed to evoke a memorable holiday experience for adults and children. The designs are based on the American Florida Keys, Carolina Outer Banks and Cape Cod pastel colored beach retreats. We replace plastic with layers of natural texture and features include breezeways, porches, hammock hooks, ceiling fans, vintage bath and light fixtures and exposed weathered wood. Our hope and vision is to provide a more meaningful, authentic and alternative holiday option that increases revenues by appealing to a broader market.
Other Ritz models include the contemporary Hatteras Lodge with its panoramic window and roof terrace and our Gatlinburg hillside lodge with front and side glass walls. Ritz is currently preparing to offer a retail financing and stocking plan for qualified dealers and parks.
Ritz Leisure division is now one of the country’s fastest growing luxury Residential Parks and Holiday Resort developers. The company is assembling a seasoned management team to boost our impressive short-term growth. Short-term funding from both London and Asian investors for the initial 1,000 pitches is currently oversubscribed and production funding for homes and lodges is provided by UK’s Funding Secure. Meanwhile negotiations for the acquisition of an established major leisure operator should be concluded late this year subject to due diligence and funding.