Suggested Model A
An open plan 14’ / 4.27m Cabin, with double doors. A single door is also an option. This hut can be fitted out with freestanding or fitted furniture to suit a wide range of uses.
Model shown - £31,100 including VAT and standard delivery.
Suggested Model B
A 16’ / 4.88m Cabin version of our shepherd’s hut, this design features oak double doors, (glazed top half), a Plankbridge wood burner (or cast iron electric radiator) one standard size oak window, bench seating and table, which converts to a bed. A small Plankbridge Dorset dresser unit, with Belfast sink and mini fridge, helps to make this an ideal guest room or garden retreat.
Model shown - £38,335 including VAT and standard delivery.
Suggested Model C
This 18’ Cabin design is widely used as glamping spaces, spare rooms and garden annexes. The single oak door to the side yields space for two bench seats and table. A full Plankbridge kitchen, with fridge, oven, hob and Belfast sink and cupboards over, together with the Plankbridge en-suite, with 900mm x 900mm shower, basin and w/c makes this design a fully equipped stand-alone accommodation hut. Shown with a space-saving cast iron radiator, a wood burner is an option too.
Model shown £47,700 including VAT and standard delivery.
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