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Orkney 44 Summerhouse - 5.8m x 3.9m - 44mm Log Cabin - Under 2.5m

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Part of our Premium Range of Log Cabins, the Orkney Summerhouse 5.2m x 3.9m / 17ft x 13ft Log Cabin is a spacious and bright cabin and would make the perfect summerhouse, home office, art studio, photographic studio, garden room or just an occasional room for guests.  This cabin would also be perfect for a small home Gym or Leisure area.  As the ridge height roof this cabin is below 2.5m planning permission is not required under normal circumstances. The Orkney has 70mm thick walls which makes it great for a luxury summerhouse Cabin. The building has been made for many different uses by previous customers; one customer decided that they wanted the building to be made in a Bespoke version with the entrance & veranda to be a hot tub enclosure. 


Orkney 44 Summerhouse Quick Facts
 Base Size Metric 5.8m x 3.9m
 Base Size Imperial 19ft 0 ins x 12ft 10 ins
 Log Thickness 44mm
 Roof Type Pent
 Floor Area 19.49m2
 Wall Height 2.22m
Ridge Height 2.34m
Roof Boards 18mm
Floor Boards 18mm
 Door  Double (1)
 Window  Double (1)
Single (2)
Glazing Double
Reversible Construction Available Yes


Orkney 44 Summerhouse Pricing (Inc's VAT & Delivery)
Cabin Price £4210
Roof & Floor Insulation £1400
 EPDM £510
Upgrade Door Handle £85
Upgrade Window Handle - Lockable £30
ProBase (96 Tiles) includes Pea Shingle £650


Orkney 44 Summerhouse Fitting Pricing
Cabin with Roofing Material £1310
Insulation Fitting £505
ProBase Fitting £540


 Please click the below image to download the installation guide for this building. The installation guide provides you with the floor plans, specification and also full parts list.

All the information on the Warranty for this Cabin or Summerhouse can be found here in our Lasita Warranty Section  

Additional Details

Building Type:
Cabin & Garden Rooms
Base Size:
6m x 4m
Roof Style:
Ridge Height:
Under 2.5m
Log Thickness:
Full Length
Double Glazing:
Other Features:

2 Reviews

  • 5
    Great Garden Retreat

    Published by Simon Levy on 7th Oct 2014

    Cabin living one year on - this time last year we made contact with Rob at Cabins Unlimted, we decided to use them after speaking to other cabin company's. You get a great sense of trust and belief with these guys unlike some of the large companies out there. Updated us and kept us informed with delivery and planning insulation. Colin is a great fitter with years of experience and bags Of patients.

    The cabin - we ordered our Orkney Log Cabin which for the price was the best spec on the market boasting 70mm wall construction (other companies say 44mm is the premium model), lovely little touches with tilting windows or open them all the way. Only down side is the porch it is very big area and you do loose some cabin space, but this wouldn't stop me from buying it, gives a great space to get shoes off when pouring with rain! That was the easy part! What and where was the next thing.

    My hints - the base, most important starting point, get this done by someone who knows what they are doing and get it flat and level. Insulation is the next important thing and after the winter last year the boys at Cabins Unlimited were right, we went with the roof 50mm and floor insulation, the orkney has a tongue and grooved ceiling and we filled this with loft insulation as well. Finished off the cabin floor with engineered oak flooring with under floor Heating, this is designed for wooden flooring and we used 12mm insulation boards. Electrics - don't be shy with the plug sockets we went for 6 doubles giving you flexibility to move furniture around, a must is an intercom system (for prying the kids out) we ran 4 CAT6 cables down for Internet, alarm sensors, telephone and intercom. Outside protection - We went with robs recommendation of the Rystic Timbercare, goes on very easily and covers well, 2 coats last year and no signs of deterioration in Colour at all, a quick scotch pad and another coat applied and the Colour is great!

    Cost of running - the heating flooring is hardly on we have it set to keep a temp of 18 degrees and the system kicks in to keep this temp when required, we have used a log effect electric fire. With both working the cabin warms up very quickly and retains the heat for ages.

    For the price you couldn't extend your house and have the same sq foot for the money, looks great, nice retreat and most import a space for the kids to chill/play with the views of the garden.

  • 5
    Cabins Unlimited - a really helpful bunch of guys

    Published by Peter Davidson on 29th Apr 2013

    I bought my log cabin through Kevin at Cabins Unlimited, and am very happy with how it was handled from start to finish.
    Kevin clearly knew a lot about log cabins, and was extremely helpful and went out of his way to answer my numerous questions - both before I ordered, and also when I was building it.
    I'd originally spoken to some other suppliers, but found them lacking in knowledge about what they were selling. I was relieved to find Cabins Unlimited, and reassured that if I needed help, I could depend on them.

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