Garden Log Cabins

BillyOh Dorset Log Cabin

BillyOh Dorset Log Cabin

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BillyOh Devon Log Cabin

BillyOh Devon Log Cabin

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BillyOh Montana Log Cabin

BillyOh Montana Log Cabin

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BillyOh Seattle Home Office

BillyOh Seattle Home Office

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BillyOh Village Hall Log Cabin

BillyOh Village Hall Log Cabin

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BillyOh Winchester Log Cabin

BillyOh Winchester Log Cabin

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BillyOh Kent Garden Office

BillyOh Kent Garden Office

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BillyOh Clubhouse Home Office Log Cabin

BillyOh Clubhouse Home Office Log Cabin

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BillyOh Sasha Log Cabin Summerhouse

BillyOh Sasha Log Cabin Summerhouse

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BillyOh Miller Log Cabin Summerhouse

BillyOh Miller Log Cabin Summerhouse

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BillyOh Alpine Workshop Log Cabin

BillyOh Alpine Workshop Log Cabin

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BillyOh Traditional Log Cabin Workshop

BillyOh Traditional Log Cabin Workshop

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What our happy customers are saying.

Log cabins are a brilliant, cost-effective way to add a luxurious space to your own home. Our log cabins for sale, are highly versatile, with multiple uses, depending on what you're looking for. With different designs and styles they could create a perfect space for a summerhouse, a home office, entertainment room, or maybe just a space to simply call your own. Our log cabins suit all manner of spaces and individual tastes.

We have a great range of log cabin UK styles, including alpine, traditional, classic and modern, so you won’t have to compromise on your garden look. Our whole selection of log cabins are constructed using the popular Tongue and Groove interlocking boards, with already pre-assembled roof and floor sections also included, installation is easy and stress-free. The T&G panels are specifically designed, so that the connection between the boards, keeps out water and are weather resistant. Be the envy of your neighbours and enjoy your log cabin!

All orders come with guaranteed fast & free delivery to most of mainland UK. Our log cabins are available in a range of different wall thicknesses: 19mm, 28mm, 44mm, and 70mm, all offered to suit your individual preference. Each one of our panels has been designed to fit through a standard front door, so delivery and hand off couldn’t be easier.

Log Cabin Information

Log cabins have been a popular form of home building for hundreds of years now, and their popularity is just as strong today as ever before. Log cabin homes are not nearly as sophisticated as many modern home building styles, which is why many people like them. The rustic, natural style of building your home goes back to ancient Europe and Scandinavia, and on to early American settlers.

Throughout history, log homes have been an efficient style of home building, since there has always been an abundance of strong, durable wood to use. In the old days, every aspect of building a log cabin was done with simple handsaws, hammers, and other simple hand tools. The process started by cutting down the tree, and then cutting logs from the tree to the proper size of the desired house. Back then, log homes were even made without nails, which is how, and why interlocking logs were created by builders of the time. A good log cabin could easily be built in under a week back then, by a family looking to settle.

Another reason that log homes were so popular in olden times is that it was easy to move them. It could be time consuming, but was worth it to many settlers who needed to relocate for various reasons. Log cabins could be disassembled and moved in pieces to a new destination. This was more common with short moves, because longer moves would take longer than building a new cabin.

Here are some resources on the history of log cabins:

Popular Log Cabin Construction Cuts

When it comes to log cabins, there are a few different construction types. No log cabin will be the same as another, which is a big part of the appeal for many people.

Timber for log cabin construction can be cut in many styles, here are some of them:

Square/Rectangular Logs

These are logs that are cut with square or rectangle corners. This will make the corners of the house line up properly, so it is important to have the logs cut to the right length and width that you want your finished cabin to be.

Round Logs

These are round cut logs that have no corners or angles in them. They are held together with long bolts that will go through the logs, which make the main support for the cabin. Some round cut log homes use round logs that have a flat top and bottom, and that style is called double round logs.

Swedish Cope Cut Logs

These are logs that are cut with square or rectangle corners. This will make the corners of the house line up properly, so it is important to have the logs cut to the right length and width that you want your finished cabin to be.

D-Log Cut

A D-log cabin is built with logs that are cut square on one side, and round on the other. This makes it so one side of the cabin can have flat walls whilst the other side has rounded, traditional log style walls.

Handcrafted Logs

A D-log cabin is built with logs that are cut square on one side, and round on the other. This makes it so one side of the cabin can have flat walls whilst the other side has rounded, traditional log style walls.These are logs that are entirely cut by hand so they keep the natural log shape. This style gives the cabins a nice rustic appearance.

Interlocking Corners

If you ever used Lincoln Logs as a kid, then you will know what interlocking corners are. They are logs cut with square notches cut out on the top and bottom of each end of the log. This helps with stability and has a natural, rustic look.

Building a Log Cabin

Building a log cabin takes a lot of time and effort, but when it is finished you will have a gorgeous home and can take pride in your cabin, even if it is built from a kit. There are many people that still prefer to build their cabin homes by hand, just like in the old days. This can be a daunting task, so it is important to learn the proper way to build. This includes choosing the type of wood you want to use, the style of log cut that you want to use for the build, and even how you plan on insulating your home. In old times they used mud and clay to fill in the cracks for some insulation.

Tools Needed to Build a Log Cabin

When starting to build your own log cabin home, playhouse, or other type of log house, it is important to have all the right tools before you begin. Below you will find some good help ensure you have what’s needed before you get too deep into the project.

Decorating a Log Cabin

Once you have your log cabin built and ready to live in, you then need to decide how to decorate. Here are some ideas of décor for your log cabin home.

Fun Facts About Log Cabins

There are some interesting facts about log home living, read about some of them here.

Free Log House Build Plans

Getting started on building your first log cabin can be overwhelming. But luckily, there are many places that you can find free plans online. We gathered some of the best that we could find for you. Check them out below!

UK Log Cabin Holidays

A log cabin getaway is a perfect way to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It is also a great way to enjoy nature and go off the grid for your holiday. Getting out and living in a rustic cabin isn’t for everyone, but many people around the world enjoy it, which makes it easy to find destinations where you can rent a log home for your holiday.

Whether you want to rent a log cabin for your holiday, or have a log cabin for your permanent residence, you will have no trouble finding either. There are plenty of professional log cabin builders all around the world, or you can buy a log house that is pre-manufactured and can be placed on your land.