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Log Cabins With Gazebo

If you have been looking for a compact garden building, which would enable you to spend more time outdoors, a log cabin with a gazebo could be precisely the solution for you. A functional and aesthetically pleasing combination of indoor and outdoor space

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allows you to freely move around the place and choose your lounging or dining location depending on the weather conditions, mood and preferences. We have a nice collection of beautiful log cabins with a gazebo available – look around, and you might find just the right one for you!

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Where classical wooden aesthetics meet utmost functionality, proudly stands our cabin HELEN. Even more excitingly, HELEN, with a stylish single pitch roof, has a spacious covered terrace – half of the cabin’s size! If you have been contemplating about getting a cosy garden building, this model could be the one to choose. 
  • 12,5 m² covered terrace
  • 3 separate spaces
  • Double glazed windows and doors

Special Price: £8,134.00

Regular Price: £8,719.00
-£585.00
It is designed as a summer house with large glazed windows and doors to afford you the maximum enjoyment of your surroundings. It has a classic rustic feel to it, thanks to its sturdy slow grown spruce which offers natural insulation in all weathers. The elegant vertical roof overhang provides shade on hot sunny days and makes the perfect spot to sit outside and enjoy the long summer days.
  • Made of Slow-Grown conifer timber
  • Reinforced roof construction
  • 20mm Floor boards included

Special Price: £3,311.00

Regular Price: £3,534.00
-£223.00
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Our adorable wooden cabin CARL could serve as a comfortable garden relaxation area or a spacious storage solution, benefiting you with a superb outdoor lounging spot. This charming structure could become a highlight of your backyard and provide you with the utmost functionality and comfort. The most exquisite feature of this cabin – an 8 m² covered terrace – will create a perfect place for relaxation in between the gardening activities.

  • 8 m² covered terrace
  • Single - glazed windows
  • Superb for storage or relaxation

Special Price: £6,035.00

Regular Price: £6,467.00
-£432.00

Working from home and struggling to find a quiet corner?

GARDEN OFFICE is the answer!

Wooden garden cabin KATERINA with a romantic terrace is one of the budget-friendliest garden cabin options in our assortment. Combining a perfect storage unit and a lovely terrace for outdoor lounging, it provides exceptional functionality for the price. Enjoy cosy moments in your garden or short breaks in between the gardening activities in your new garden building!

  • Cosy 7.5 m² terrace
  • Environmentally friendly structure
  • Highly affordable and versatile

Special Price: £2,642.00

Regular Price: £2,818.00
-£176.00

Working from home and struggling to find a quiet corner?

GARDEN OFFICE is the answer!

If you're looking for a garden cabin that can act as a storage area and a lounging spot, LARISSA is definitely a great option. This model includes a lovely 7 m² terrace that you can spruce up with some outdoor furniture and invite some guests (or your neighbours) over. Kick back and relax in your own space outside with a covered roof, and if the weather is a bit chilly, you can always warm up inside. With LARISSA, the choice is yours! 

  • 7 m² covered terrace
  • Single - glazed windows
  • Made from slow-grown conifer timber

Special Price: £2,558.00

Regular Price: £2,729.00
-£171.00
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Questions & Answers

  • Can I have a log cabin in my garden?

    It depends on the purpose, the model, the possible location of it, but overall – yes, of course! There’s plenty of models to choose from on Quick-garden.co.uk, and you can find useful resources to help with obtaining a Planning Permission too. Having a log cabin comes with many benefits, so it’s definitely worth considering it as a new project and a worthwhile investment. 

  • Can I live in a log cabin permanently?

    In essence, you can definitely live in your log cabin as long as you obtain a Planning Permission and make sure to insulate the building. The first aspect is more of a technical one (consider checking out our Planning Permission page for more details), while the second aspect refers to a comfortable and cosy daily life. You can find all our insulation options on our Insulation page, but if you feel as though a consultation would be more helpful, feel free to give us a call at +44 20 7099 4301! 

  • Do I need planning permission for a log cabin?

    That’s a good question, as acquiring one should be a priority when it comes to planning your new purchase. Some of our models have a “Planning friendly” tag, which means that Planning Permission will most likely not be required. As to the other log cabins, we’ve provided a list on our Planning Permission page that states the conditions that have to be met to start the construction Planning Permission-free. Besides, it’s always a good idea to consult with your Local Planning Authorities.

  • What's the best base for a log cabin?

    The recommended option for a solid log cabin base is usually the concrete foundation, which is the sturdiest one, guaranteeing structural integrity of the building. The timber frame base, concrete slabs and anchor screws are also very viable options. Whichever base you pick, it’s important to prepare for it accordingly – to do so and gather all the information to help make a cost-effective decision, visit our Foundation page.

  • How thick should log cabin walls be?

    The recommended thickness of the walls depends on whether you’re planning to use the cabin for short stays or live in it. A single skin (28 mm, 34 mm, 44 mm, 66 mm) thickness is appropriate for a log cabin that will be used occasionally, while insulated twin skin log cabins (34 mm + 34 mm or 44 mm + 44 mm) or single skin cladded ones (34 mm + 20 mm or 44 mm + 20 mm) should be great for longer or permanent stays. To see the visuals and find out the benefits of each construction, visit our Types of Building Construction page.

  • Are log cabins cold in the winter?

    The log cabin models without insulation can be cold, as the natural conifer timber can’t effectively retain the heat alone. However, if you select a log cabin with insulation (say, a twin skin model), you can expect more warmth in the cabin. Most importantly, the buildings made with SIPs technology have the best insulation properties – they are sturdy and airtight, which is great when it comes to maintaining a comfortable temperature. Of course, an electric heater is a great addition for extra cosiness. If you’d like more in-depth information, please visit our Insulation page.

  • How long does a log cabin kit delivery take?

    The delivery time depends on your chosen model and your location. Usually, it can take your log cabin kit from a few weeks to a month to arrive, however, if you’ve ordered a bespoke project or your whereabouts are hard to reach, you might have to wait longer. You can find the estimates and the cost on our Delivery page – go ahead and take a look!

  • How long does it take to assemble a log cabin kit?

    Well, if the model of your choice is one of the smaller ones (under 30 m2), it can be assembled in around 2 to 3 days. If you’ve chosen a bigger log cabin, the assembly can take up to a few months. Keep in mind that the process can be made more effective by choosing the Assembly Service – a team of trusted professionals ready to take the weight off your shoulders. To learn more about when to order the service and how to prepare for it, please consult our Assembly Service page.

  • What is the lifespan of a log cabin?

    Even though all our log cabins come with either a 5 or 10 year warranty, they will last a lot longer than that. You can expect your log cabin to remain in a good condition anywhere from 60 to 100 years if you maintain it as per our instructions. The page to consult here is the Product Maintenance page – here you will find all the ins and outs of ensuring the longevity of your log cabin by applying treatment, protecting the structure from mould, and more. Have a look!

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