I’ve had the idea for this tiny house floating around in my head for a couple of years, a super-tiny, reclaimed, upcycled quirky tiny house. With the Covid-19 lockdown came the chance and a rare bit of free time to start building. Coincidentally a TV production company were looking for projects to get involved with, and our neighbours at Ty Gwyn Cider were looking to get a glamping business up and running. The stars were in alignment and the Cider Shack is the result of this.
Interior features include a reclaimed Ash worktop, Oak and a steel heatshield from the Cider farm, steel storage totes from an old engineering workshop, a Salamander Hobbit multifuel stove. Full sized double bed on a mezzanine floor. It’s amazing what can be squeezed into such a small hut and we can’t wait to give it a try once the glamping business is up and running.