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About Us

We are a small family run business based in the Highlands of Scotland with a team specializing in handcrafted shepherd huts since 2016.

With over 35 years of carpentry and joinery experiece, we've uplifted B listed buildings, converted 18th century churches, built bespoke country kitchens and so much more.

It was always a privilage and a pleasure to work in other folks homes, bringing their visions to life with our high standard of craftmanship, but when we were hit by a health scare in the form of a brain tumor, we decided to change direction slightly and put our passion and skills into a new venture!

Where it began

We've always been inspired by all things hut, from woodland cabins to beach huts, highland bothies to towable tiny homes and when we were asked by a cutomer to build a garden potting shed in the shape and style of a shepherds hut we jumped at the opportunity. Following that our first actual Shepherds hut was built in 2016 for a friend. We were then able to establish ourselves in the market and our team have been supplying bespoke, handcrafted huts and cabins all over the Highlands and Islands ever since.

 

Each and every hut is built by us from scratch using locally sourced timber and materials, with an emphasis on high quality components and finish with an emphisis on the customer experience.  

Meet The Team

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David

Our hut builder in chief, David has many years of experience in carpentry, joinery, shop fitting and beyond. From Wales to the Highlands he has continued to hone his vast woodworking skills, focusing soley on huts and cabins since 2016! 

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Amy

Amy used to be more involved with the construction side of things, but since starting a family has adopted more of a clerical role (for now), much of her time is spent trying to teach the new young members of the team how not to behave on a building site!

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Jackie

Our Lancashire Lass. We first met Jackie through a mutual friend and are now lucky enough to call her such ourselves. When she visits the Highlands she brings some tools and her joinery experience, which we are only too happy to put to good use!

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