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If you spend lots of time at home or you are looking for some more living space, but you don’t want to add an extension to your existing home, a log cabin garden room may be the perfect answer. This type of cabin is incredibly convenient, flexible and cost-effective, making the best use of your home. Your garden log cabin will built in such a way as to blend in with the natural environment and complement its surroundings.


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Have you always wanted to take up a hobby, but you haven’t got the space in your home? Perhaps you need a quiet place to work, that is close to home but also offers some peace and quiet? Log cabins for the garden can make for perfect solution. When you have chosen the exterior style of the structure, you can select the right layout for you or take advantage of our bespoke design service and let our designer create your ideal space.

Wooden garden rooms –
built for convenience

Your garden is often unusable for much of the year, but by installing a garden room, you can make use of the outdoor space at any time of the year. Using the highest quality materials, our log cabins are built to withstand extremes in temperature and they are manufactured to last a very long time. Unlike a traditional extension, they don’t need planning permission or building regulations which can often take many months.

The installation is quick, easy and with minimal disruption to you at home.


These are the different types of garden room you can select, and are the most
popular uses of garden rooms:

Granny annexes

Robust wooden structures that are ideal for living in. Expand your home’s footprint and accommodate as many people as you need.

Garden offices

A garden office helps boost productivity, giving you a quiet, serene space to work. It’s the perfect place to work or to invite clients.

Garden gyms

Personalise your space with a garden gym designed specifically for you. Work out at home, saving yourself time and money.

Types of log cabin

You will have two main choices when deciding on the type of bespoke log cabin you would like:

Log house

A log house system doesn’t require any insulation, as the external walls are thick enough to keep the temperature warm inside. However, if you would like additional insulation, this is also possible.

We make sure your log cabin is of the highest quality and cabins can be constructed with a thickness of 95mm up to 240mm. The logs can be predrilled for electric wires if needed.

Log systems are completely bespoke and take longer to prepare, as the wood needs to be carefully selected before it is glued together. This is then tested for water resistance before it goes to log production. Your cabin will be constructed so it is ideal for you and your needs.

Cavity wall

Your wooden mobile home is available with a cavity wall system for added insulation. The cavity wall system comes as part of a prefabricated building, and the house has panels that are ready to construct. This means that insulation, electrics and plumbing can be put in straight away.

  • The pipes and wires can be fitted into the cavity, then it is insulated and clad with the appropriate material that is chosen by you. Choose from plasterboard, wood or T&GV.
  • The external finish is completed on site, with the material selected by you as well. Choose from 44mm flat logs, half round logs, or weatherboard (featheredge).
  • The walls can have a thickness of 100mm or 150mm.

Please get in touch
if there is anything else you would like to know about log cabins and log buildings, the design or the construction process. We will give you all the information you require.

Did you know that we can organise a Lawful Development Certificate for your project?