Friday, December 18, 2020

Living in a log cabin

As well as working in a shedlike environment, you can also live in one. Graham Ely lives in a Norwegian Log cabin holiday home near his family and friends in Dorset. Three years ago he decided to downsize and saw a lodge holiday home at Merley House Holiday Park near Wimborne.  “This is what I wanted, something solid that would really last”, he says. “I got in touch with Norwegian Log and waited three to four months for ordering and then it took six weeks to erect. The process was as smooth as silk.”

Norwegian Log homes comply with the Caravan Act so can be sited in leisure developments like Merley House Holiday Park, as well as in residential areas for family annexes. 

"The place is just fantastic, it’s really warm and it has everything you want. I’m just really surprised the government doesn’t buy loads to house families, or more younger people don’t buy them, as they are just brilliant!” His traditional-style log home features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, galley kitchen, utility space, hallway and a large outdoor decking area. The building has double thickness walls and insulation,  


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