“The structure is built out of 3×2 tanalised wood section, which is insulated and has a waterproof membrane. The roof is a meta slate system, which needs to be used as the roof pitch is less than 10 degrees. The Beehive is clad in high quality Siberian Larch – it looks really beautiful. Siberian larch has excellent weatherproofing properties. The Double French doors are house quality golden oak effect UPVC which means they should be maintenance free. We have also used very expensive dimmable LED lighting and it looks great at night. Double electric socks means you can charge up your phone, provide electric heating, or even bring along your hair dryer!
We provide the lodges unfurnished, to allow customers the flexibility to adapt to their needs. Some campsites prefer to leave them empty for campers to bring their own equipment (sleeping bags, mats etc), whereas others may wish to provide a bit more luxury. The 10′ x 8′ internal dimensions provide just the right amount of sleeping space for a family of 4. The Beehives full head height means bunk beds could easily be used against the sides, unlike curved roofed structures where this would not be possible.” (Source)
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