The harmony between the internal and external environments within the scheme really awards the proposal its unique character and charm.
Bond Bryan began working with Saul Homes in 2016 on the Bawtry Park Hotel and Golf Complex. This relationship then flourished, resulting in many further collaborations.
The Burntwood Holiday Homes are one of the latest examples of this.
It is this harmony between the internal and external environments within the scheme which really awards the proposal its unique character and charm.
The local ecosystems and natural habitats are also strongly considered throughout the project; incorporating local plant species around the lake as well as adjacent the Holiday Homes to encourage biodiversity and ecological prosperity.
Views out towards the surrounding landscapes are framed by carefully positioned trees that simultaneously provide privacy for users and complement the existing natural environment. To further minimise the project’s ecological footprint, the existing large-capacity car park is utilised to avoid unnecessary additional use of materials and removal of green land.
Situated within the Burntwood masterplan that includes a hotel, restaurant, large gym with spa facilities in addition to a new wedding and events venue; the Holiday Homes provide an incredible experience for people visiting the area. A total of 9 cabins form a perimeter around a meticulously landscaped lake surrounded by natural trails, meadow planting and trees. The goal of the project was more ambitious than simply offering spaces to live within; the surrounding environment itself was to be just as important, beautiful and tranquil
The existing building is to be fully refurbished with the operational accommodation and appliance bays being retained at ground floor level.
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