The Wayfarer’s Hut is a complete home, providing spacious, luxurious accommodation, combining rustic charm with modern conveniences, in a superior finish you would come to expect from The Shepherd’s Hut Company.
Built to British Standard 3632 (designed for year round living), the main frame is constructed from structurally insulated panels (SIPs), an advanced method of construction that offers superior insulation, structural strength and air-tightness producing an ecologically friendly and energy efficient buildings.
The main frame sits on top of a rigid, hot dipped galvanised steel frame consisting of 120mm x 60mm box section main rails, folded joists and I section axles housing stub axles for the cast iron wheels.
The frame is then clad in a combination of Redwood Cedar panels, and corrugated tin sheets, giving the Wayfarer’s Hut it’s rustic charm, while internally under floor heating, a fitted kitchen wood burner and en suite, provide the modern conveniences.
Delivered in two halves, which are then joined on site, allows the Wayfarer’s Hut to be delivered to the must rural of sites.
The standard Wayfarer’s Hut has the internal dimensions of 14ft by 36ft, providing space for:
Fitted Kitchen; fan assisted oven, ceramic hot plates, extractor, fridge freezer, wine cooler (Very important), sink with drainer and assorted cupboards.
En suite; walk in shower cubicle with electrical power shower, hand basin, toilet bowl, heated rails and extractor.
Sitting room: patio doors to front, television ariel point.
Bedroom; double window to front, single window to side double electrical sockets, television ariel point.
The Wayfarer’s hut will have, Under-floor heating throughout, double electrical sockets at prime points, radial socket lighting circuit, external lights, Fire and carbon monoxide alarms.
In keeping with The Shepherd’s Hut design the roof has a bow curve and house curved wood rafters.
Ceiling: Moisture resistant MDF panels, housing curved wooden rafters and main glulam centre ridge.
Walls: upper walls have MDF panels. lower walls tongue and bead MDF panels.
Flooring; 3 ply engineered flooring with Oak finish.
Tyveck breathable membrane
140 x 18mm Redwood Cedar cladding
.7mm corrugated steel.
woodburner on slate hearth
Two undercoats of fire retardant paint on internal walls and ceiling throughout
Stand alone decking, 8 metres x 3 metres
For further details and prices of optional extras visit the prices page.
Structural insulated panels (SIPs):
SIP technology has been developed around composite (or sandwich) panel techniques, creating a product with excellent structural and thermal characteristics.
SIPS consist of two parallel faces - usually Oriented Strand Board, sandwiching a rigid core of Polyurethane (PU) foam or Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), making them lightweight, quick to erect and free from problems of compression shrinkage and cold bridging associated with other forms of construction.
The exterior doors are built from Accoya® , which is said to be the world’s leading high technology long life wood. Created via acetylated wood modification, using sustainably grown timber, the Accoya® process is non-toxic. It enables nature and creates a modified wood that matches or exceeds the durability, stability and beauty of the very best tropical hardwoods.
The Accoya® wood production process takes sustainably-sourced, fast growing softwood and, in a non toxic process that ‘enables nature’, creates a new durable, stable and beautiful product, a ‘treated timber’ that has the very best environmental credentials.
Bespoke internal layouts are easily accommodated.
For ease of delivery the Wayfarer’s Hut is transported
in two halves, and then joined on site, allowing it to be
placed in the most rural of positions.