Huts & Stuff Shepherd Huts!
Huts & Stuff make shepherd huts to suit many uses: their Field & Farm Shepherd Huts make great entry-level glamping solutions ideal for ramblers, walkers and cyclists. While the “Severn”, their 16ft River Range hut, can be customised to suit luxury long-weekend lets – ideal for a wedding venue or honeymoon getaway.
Dave and John are the father and son team behind Huts & Stuff. They have over 12 years' experience meeting the uniquely different needs of each of their customers. With little more than a vague idea, or a sketch on a back of an envelope, they will design a layout that suits your accommodation needs and will let you know if they think your ideas need a little more tweaking. They want the project to work for you!
They will create an unfurnished shepherd hut, a blank canvas just waiting for you to make your own mark, or a complete package that is just waiting for bedding and curtains.
Nearly everything that goes into their huts is made at their workshop, the cedar is locally sourced, their rolled steel wheels are made by Cambrian foundry. Their huts are not flat packs, and they will deliver nationwide and to Europe.
Because shepherd huts do not require an expensive concrete base, just four slabs, they are low-impact solutions for farm diversification projects. And they can easily be moved around the site.
No matter which shepherd hut you have, they are all fully insulated, come with lighting that is either 12v and solar or 230 depending on the site and use, and the window and door positions are fully customised so that any need can be met. Huts & Stuff's newest range, aimed directly at the growing farm diversity market, are their Field & Farm Shepherd Huts, which start from £7,500 and include a small 4kw multi-fuel stove, cedarwood floor, two windows, a single door with glazed window, outside coach lamp, two low-energy LED lights running from a 12v battery and solar panel system.
Huts & Stuff are also offering their own payment plan on the Field & Farm huts.
For more information please see:https://www.hutsandstuff.co.uk/glamping/