William and Anna approached us to make two luxury shepherd huts to be sited at Hesleyside Hall. The huts were to be let out so that guests may experience all the comforts you would expect staying at a country estate whilst experiencing the stunning grounds of the hall within the Northumberland National Park and enjoying all that it has to offer. If the tree lined avenue approach to the huts… read more
A selection of our recent hut projects...
We began discussions with Ken Holland from North Country growers some time ago to put some kind of reclaimed wooden structure on his kitchen garden plot at Vallum Farm. Ken and his team grow an amazing array of produce including many heirloom varieties and are famous for their clamped veg. They supply top chefs and restaurants and, being a very likeable chap, Ken has many contacts in the food industry… read more
We first became aware of Barnacre Alpacas when both companies were at a local craft show at a National Trust property. Our kids were like bees to honey when they saw the pen of Alpacas and they kept going back to Paul and Debbie with numerous obscure questions! Not long after Debbie approached us about building them a shepherd hut to go on their farm, where they would display their… read more
Corrine has been running a very successful wedding venue business at Woodhill Hall near Otterburn for some years and is always updating and creating new ways to help her guests have their perfect wedding. Never short of ideas, Corinne decided to commission a luxurious shepherd hut for her happy couples to stay in on their wedding night. The 18ft long hut was to come complete with shower and wc, downlighters,… read more
Rob and Victoria were familiar with our work as they had commissioned beds, coffee tables, benches, stools, doors, gates and accessories from Trunk Reclaimed for their fabulous Yurts and Tipis. When they asked if we could make them a shepherds hut in a similar vein; rustic, natural and beautiful we, of course, said yes ! Many discussions followed at both HQs, much tea and cake was consumed and the upshot… read more