Oyster is pleased to announce that it has delivered its first Oyster Cabin to Mr and Mrs Pearson of Greenwick Farm in Yorkshire.
The cabin is the first of two ordered, and is a twin berth with a full size shower room and a high specification finish. Fully insulated and heated, the cabin has already received their first guests who described it as “Perfect”.
Oyster Cabins have been designed to give a premium solution for those looking to offer a glamping option on their farm, campsite, estate or even to use as an office in the back garden! Using high quality materials, the Oyster attention to detail and local sourcing wherever possible, the Oyster Cabin is designed to become a market leader and will be the ideal solution for operators taking advantage of the boom in staycations.
Contact us today to order yours! 01786 462877.
The Oyster Cabin factsheet is available here. OYSTER Cabins General Info May 2013
Oyster Eco Build is exhibiting this week (4th – 6th March 2013) at the ScotHot exhibition in Glasgow. Join us on stand 4345!!
We have some stunning new models to talk about – the Balmore Business Pods, the Oyster Shack and the recently launched “Glamping” cabin.
The exhibition is one of the premier meeting points for the Scottish hospitality industry, we hope to see you there!
January is here, and it is time to focus on the Oyster Cabin. This option is perfect for those who want a great value “glamping” solution but who don’t want to compromise on style and quality. If you are considering adding a touch of luxury to your site, then an Oyster cabin could meet that need, and with a range starting at £12,500** there is an Oyster for you!
Oyster cabins are designed with the same commitment to energy efficiency as the rest of our range. Each cabin is fully insulated, heated* and double glazed, and our interiors are styled using the principles found in yacht cabin design. A full range of options are available to ensure that all customer segments can be catered for.
The Oyster cabin can be supplied with a choice of configurations including 2 and 4 bed layouts; each cabin features storage, LED lighting*, “smart” options such as slide out tables, and an exterior porch with seating. Other options include integrated showers and toilets, entertainment options, as well as a range of internal finishes. Cladding and roof materials can be specified to suit the local environment and surroundings.
With competitive pricing, the potential to lease finance and a fast build out, coupled to Oyster’s concept to completion service, why compromise?
(*requires electrical connection)
(** pricing subject to conditions, excludes VAT and delivery. Full prices available on request)
More detail can be found here: http://www.oystereco.com/?page_id=183
Last week Oyster met with a number of clients, a hotelier and a Scottish private client, both expressed their interest in Oyster’s for commercial use and residential use. Both clients loved the design features and the build quality. One even commented that it reminded them of a honeymoon suite! Why not arrange a visit today and see the lodge for yourself!
The meetings also gave us the opportunity to showcase one of our great suppliers – Firebelly Stoves the leading UK stove manufacturer. Have a look at their Twitter page @firebellystoves
If you are interested in visiting, please to not hesitate in contacting us on 01786 462 877
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Angus North and Mearns MSP Nigel Don is calling for the construction industry and also planning authorities to look for new ways to build more affordable homes in rural communities. This could include the easing of planning restrictions on sites near small villages and towns in the countryside.
On Thursday last week Oyster attended The Royal Highland Show, the show saw around 150,000 visitors over the whole weekend and despite the heavy rain, the show was great fun! The show gave us the chance to meet lots of people and we also found time to sample some of the delights in the food court! Read more
At the start of this week we attended The Scottish Tourism Alliance Strategy 2020 launch. The meeting was held at the impressive Royal College of Physicians in Edinburgh and saw around 200 attendees. The meeting heard from chairman, Stephen Leckie, Fergus Ewing, Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism, Russell Imrie, an Edinburgh hotelier and Marc Crothall, the new CEO of the Scottish Tourism Alliance. Read more
June has been a very busy month for us; we’ve had many new enquiries and have been busy creating new promotional materials. Not only that, we have attended many interesting events – most recently we attended a rural housing event which was held in Aberdeenshire. Read more
At the start of the week we attended an event at Finzean House in Deeside. The event was run by Scottish Land and Estates and was delivered by Victoria Brooks from Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group. The event was primarily based on boosting your earnings through country sports…. Read more
This week we welcomed our 100th visitor to our show site in Killearn. Landowner, Mrs McClafferty from Inverkip commented, ‘It’s not until you see the site in reality can you appreciate the quality of the build and the attention to detail that has gone in to the finishes, I was really impressed.” Proof that seeing is believing!