This blog entry is dedicated to our top 5 best selling lodges, I will have to write another blog on our Houses and custom build log cabins. These are suitable to camping parks, glamping businesses or home owners. Just imagine spending the week in your own lodge on the edge of a sea loch or looking down a valley!
I have only included our standard lodge log cabin but we can custom build a timber building to your design. Let us know your specifications and we can quote something to suit.
1. Vesta Lodge
The Vesta Lodge Log Cabin is a luxury log cabin house constructed from superior double (60mm log version) or triple (95mm log version) tongue and groove timber wall logs. The wood used throughout is slow growing Scandinavian Spruce. It has a large living area with cathedral ceiling, galley kitchen, bathroom and bedroom on the ground floor; and has a loft area measuring 20m2 which can be used as another bedroom. Its perfect for a Guest suite or residential Granny flat at the bottom of the garden.
2.Vesta XXL Lodge
The Vesta XXL Lodge Log Cabin is the Vesta’s big brother. Constructed using double (60mm log version) or triple (95mm log version) tongue and groove timber wall boards, it is 2m longer than the Vesta Lodge. The wood used throughout is slow growing Scandinavian Spruce. It has been designed to maximize the number of bedrooms without impacting the living area. There are 2 bedrooms on the ground floor and a large loft area suitable for another bedroom.
3. Laura Lodge Log Cabin
The Laura is the perfect, compact self-contained accommodation unit. With a spacious downstairs available because the sleeping quarters are provided by a loft area, this gives plenty of room for a lounge and a small kitchen and a little toilet. This Laura Chalet is available in 45mm, 60mm & 95mm walls. Windows and doors are all premium grade double glazing units.
4. Cottage Log Cabin
The Cottage Lodge Log Cabin is one of the largest in our log cabin range and gives four rooms of flexible living or working accommodation. The high ceiling gives the log cabin a sense of space and allows for a loft storage area over the shower room.
The Cottage Lodge is completely wind proof, due to using 60mm double or 95mm triple tongue and groove logs and because of the design of the corner joints. The wood used throughout is slow growing Scandinavian Spruce.
The Cottage has a loft area measuring 6.4 m2 above the toilet suitable for storage or sleeping in. The size of the log cabin makes it suitable for a variety of uses including – a fantastic garden or home office complex, guest suite, a holiday home or permanent house. The roof and floor timbers are 20mm thick making a very stable cabin, the loft floor timbers are 28mm. As the pictures show the Cottage has plenty of room. This customer put in an Aga which gives character, warmth and comfort in the living area. How would you finish your Cottage Lodge off?
…..5. The Vertical Lodge Log Cabin
We have all fallen in love with the Vertical Lodge Log Cabin. Its still a concept but wow! Its modern look coupled with the idea of living outside is perfect with wanting to get back to nature.