Arctic Cabins
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Arctic Cabins are based in Derbyshire and have been manufacturing and selling cabins for over 15 years and the sloping walled design is unique to the company. A barbecue cabin solves the issue of the Great British weather and gives us the luxury of spending time with family and friends in a warm, cosy and exotic Lapland atmosphere just steps from home.

Once inside, the octagonal or hexagonal cabins are deceptively spacious. They come in a range of sizes from 10 to 25 meters squared. Most cabins have benches that are extendable and convert into comfortable sleeping bunks.

A 10 meter cabin seats 15 and sleeps 3, these are suitable for most gardens while a 25 meter cabin seats 40 and sleeps 6. This size of cabin tends to be used for more commercial uses for example, shooting lodges and camping barns. For those with a smaller space or garden a straight walled barbecue cabin will fit snugly into any corner.

All our cabins have a ten year manufacturers guarantee, are supplied with a full Finnish accessory kit, the external timber is treated with a timber preservative, the internal walls are fire retardant treated and CO detector and fire extinguisher are fitted as standard making our cabins the safest on the market.

Soloman Road, Cossall Industrial Estate
DE7 5UA Derbyshire
United Kingdom


We bought our BBQ cabin over 2yrs ago. It is excellent. We Stain it twice a year and it is still in great condition. Last year had an issue with a gap due to the structure settling. They came and sorted it out without issue. Efficient, professional and polite. This year there was a slight gap in the doorframe. Again Tom and Reco arrived early, fixed the problem, making sure I was happy with everything they did. I can't speak highly enough of this company. Thank you for my little sanctuary
4 months ago
The Cabin is fantastic but keep the fire small The Cabin is fantastic, as was the service when we ordered it and had it installed. The reason for 3 stars rather than 5 is because i was burning wood for a number of hours and apparently overheated the chimney. Luckily i noticed this immediately as the paint on the chimney ignited all the way round and the flames were quickly creeping up the outside of the chimney towards the timber roof. i was fortunate to have a hosepipe nearby which i used to quickly extinguish the burning paint. I guess i am to blame for having overheated the chimney but there is no thermometer on the chimney to warn of overheating and i don't recall seeing any warning that fires must be kept small or the paint could catch fire. We were told that as we had used the BBQ as a bonfire the warranty won't cover it. I am still pleased with the cabin overall but really quite sad to have damaged it without meaning to and to have been told we had used it as a bonfire which sounds very irresponsible, thus voiding the warranty.
over 1 year ago
After first seeing a bbq cabin back in 2018, it sowed the seed and after visiting the build it live show at the Detling show ground in February 2020, which enabled us to get a real feel for the size and quality without having to travel to the Nottingham show site. A great sales person (easy sale) gave us all the information we could possibly need and a deposit was paid. Then a pandemic happened, despite this Arctic Cabins stayed in contact with updates on potential fitting dates and ours was subsequently erected in mid May. Todd and Jamie were the fitting team and worked professionally and incredibly hard to produce a faultless cabin. It's a lovely place to relax and enjoy the company of others, the best purchase we've ever made.
over 1 year ago
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