Modular system and sturdy roof construction make the Eclipse stand out
Emmeloord, 22 December 2020 – YALA luxury canvas lodges introduces a stylish and spacious canvas lodge with flexible layout and two interior styles.
The new Eclipse offers a kitchen, bathroom (with optional bath), two or three bedrooms and a nice private veranda. It hosts four to six guests. The lodge stands out because of its wooden masts and modular system, which make it spacious and sturdy.
“We use the same modular system as in our Twilight canvas lodge,” explains Bart van den Brink, Director Operations at YALA luxury canvas lodges . “This allows high-end resort and holiday park owners to choose the look and layout that best fits their guests’ wishes. It gives our clients the possibility to arrange the space in different ways, choose between materials and be more flexible to create the perfect lodge for their site.”
Product Manager Bill Kluwen adds, “The Eclipse is another model with proven quality. We test our materials and products extensively before bringing them to market. We can therefore guarantee the fire-retardant canvas, completely mould-resistant PVC and a tent structure that withstands wind gusts of force 10 on the Beaufort scale.”
The Eclipse can be furnished with either of YALA’s recently launched interior styles: Pure and Lush. Pure combines industrial elements with vintage accents, whereas Lush is created with wood and woven materials. Kluwen says, “The styles are different and versatile, so our clients can choose the option that matches their accommodation best.”
YALA luxury canvas lodges is the European market leader in safari tents and glamping lodges. The company started with designing and producing safari tents in 2009 and it is one of the founders of glamping. YALA’s luxury canvas lodges have already made their way to more than 1,000 campsites in 50 countries. In 2019, Gladventure acquired the Emmeloord-based company.