This perfect three-bay oak-framed cabin has been built as an annexe in the grounds of an existing house on the edge of Tavistock on the western edge of Dartmoor.


The building is used an AirBnB holiday let, but could equally be used as a ‘granny’ annexe or guest accommodation.

The Bolthole was our first building to utilise full-height glazed screens outside of the external oak framed walls.

The open-plan interiors maximise space and light to the comfortable interiors.

Simple finishes creates an unfussy interior and allows the exposed green oak frame to provide the interior interest.

Wooden floors create the impression of more space and the clean, simple plastered walls and ceilings between the oak frames maximises natural daylight into the cabin.


Photo Credit: Richard Downer