Garden Room Masters have recently launched an exciting new range of contemporary glamping pods. Each of Garden Room Masters new designs has clean, contemporary lines, accentuated with Western Red Cedar cladding.
Garden Hideouts are known for their luxury garden rooms, shepherds huts and pods. They have now added a quirky glamping pod to their portfolio that we wanted to share with you.
Contemporary Garden Rooms have created three luxury boutique glamping pods for the Baron at Bucknell pub/restaurant in Shropshire. Contemporary Garden Rooms have created a high-spec finish for their clients right down to fitting the curtain poles.
Warwick Buildings are showcasing ways you can make money from a timber building this week at the Farm Business Innovation Show at the NEC.
The Hideout House Company have launched a new range of pod lodges aimed at the staycation / short breaks market. They have created a new range of buildings which they are calling Superglamp.
Bridge Garden Rooms have just installed several of their new holiday pods at York Holiday Park & Cycle Stop.
We are excited to introduce you to the work of The Welsh Den Company who have created a contemporary twist on the traditional Shepherd’s Hut.
Bridge Garden Rooms have recently launched a new Glamping Pod range which would look equally great on a campsite or in your garden as a unique garden room.
The form of the architect designed MorphPOD is unique within the garden room industry. The building has been designed so it could ‘morph’ from one use to another with ease.
Gembuild have recently launched an extensive new website, which is easy to navigate and packed full of information for the garden room buyer.
Gembuild offer a number of different garden room solutions from traditional barn like garden rooms and offices, through quirky ‘glamping’ pods to larger accommodation units and classrooms.
The new website is divided into sections so you can quickly get to the style of building you are interested in, for instance under Commercial Buildings you will find information on the glamping pods and classrooms.
Gembuild have put together an extensive photo gallery of their many builds, and its interesting seeing the different styles of building they offer side by side.
Finally there is a detailed specification section, which not only lists the elements of the build but has images showing the cross section of the walls.
All in all the new Gembuild website is worth an explore! Take a look now at www.gembuild.co.uk