The shape of things to come?
New Quirky Roundhouse accommodation concept launches in Derbyshire
An exciting new development is currently underway for the self-catering accommodation site at Nether Farm in Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Since the renovation of the 17th century barns in 2003, the proprietor Pam Brown has seen business thrive and has now seized the opportunity to expand her business and capitalise on the recognised rising demand for luxury self-contained holiday & glamping units in the UK. Working with the eco-buildings firm, “Rotunda Roundhouses”, Pam's pioneering a completely new concept and plans to have the three quirky, circular 'Rotunda' Lodges available for her guests early this summer.
The handcrafted timber-framed Roundhouses were the ideal solution which ticked the boxes in terms of providing a unique experience and the “WOW” factor required to further grow her business whilst also maintaining the high standard of accommodation which her guests have come to expect. It's not the shape alone, however which held the most appeal; being situated on the edge of a National Park did mean that it was essential that the buildings selected for this venture were highly insulated, were constructed with locally sourced materials and tied with their environmental objectives to satisfy key planning requirements.
Please visit www.netherfarmbarns.co.uk for the opportunity to stay in one of these unique little cabins or visit www.rotunda.co.uk to enquire about purchasing your own Roundhouse (tel: (0161) 2223350 & email: firstname.lastname@example.org)