Over the last few years the once humble shepherd’s hut has enjoyed something of a renaissance. No longer a simple shelter for the shepherd while he tended his flock, they are now enjoying a new incarnation as romantic, unique garden rooms.
Each of our shepherd’s huts are hand built with meticulous attention to detail to an original 19th century design. All the joinery and metalwork is made in-house from locally sourced, environmentally sustainable materials. The hut is constructed with a timber chassis, clad with exterior grade FSC Plywood and shrouded in a waterproof breathable membrane. It is finished externally with galvanised corrugated steel carefully primed and painted in your choice of colour. Inside the hut is fully insulated and finished with redwood tongue and groove cladding, and painted with your choice of colour.
Our shepherd’s huts are priced from £11,900.00 (excluding delivery) for a standard hut. We can also supply any additional features you require. During our initial design conversations we can discuss your specific requirements and advise you of the cost of any additions. One very popular feature is a wood burning stove. There is a wide range available from the contemporary to the traditional and we can help you select the right one for your hut. There is also a huge range of other features we can supply. Really, the list is as long as your imagination is broad, but here are just a few examples of what we can offer.·
- Wood Burning Stove
- Additional Windows
- Side Doors
- Shaker Peg Rail
- Shaker-Style Furniture
- Fold Down Writing Desks
- Day Beds / Bunk Beds / Double and Single Beds
- Electrical Connections
- Lighting / Plumbing
Internal – 3.46m long x 1.78m wide x 2.0m to the highest point of the arched ceiling or 11ft 5” long x 5ft 10” wide x 6ft 7” high.
External – 3.60m long x 2.25m wide (wheelbase width) x 3.0m high (to the highest point of the arched roof) or 12ft long x 7ft 4” wide x 9ft 10” high.
N.B. If a wood burning stove is chosen the chimney flue will extend approximately 50cm (or 20”) above the roof height.
*All dimensions are approximate and will vary slightly between huts.