We all know about Denmark's hygge, but what about Sweden's mys? Find out everything you need to know about the term mys, the Scandinavian history behind our BBQ Huts, and how to create mys at home with your Swedish BBQ Hut!
The cooler months are creeping up on us. It’s starting to get dark earlier and the garden no longer seems inviting. But why should quality time spent outside be reserved for the summer? With a grill shack, you can enjoy your garden again whether rain, shine, or snow.
Our Arctic Log Cabins - Timber Buildings Rooted in Culture, Spirit and Pioneering Times.
It’s become clear that the gardening boom cultivated throughout the pandemic is here to stay; in the next year we expect to garden with nature and the environment even more in mind, no matter how that may look to you - allotments, flowerbeds, birdhouses, BBQs, hot tubs, garden rooms or log cabins. Sometimes overlooked due to their typically ‘rustic’ appearance, our Arctic log cabins are the perfect staycation at the end of your garden. But, did you know that each and every one of our Arctic BBQ huts give a nod to the times of the pioneers?
Apparently not sausages according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics! Latest research shows that the sale of sausages has fallen a whopping 26.4% in the past 15 years whereas the sale of beef, especially steak, and chicken have increased by 50% . So why are we more inclined to steer away from our curly-tailed friends? And just how can you perfect your other meats on your Arctic Grill?
As one of the largest sellers of outdoor cabins in the UK, you're absolutely in the right spot! We have sold thousands of our Arctic Cabins to just as many satisfied customers, and here's what we think are the top 10 uses for a cabin in 2023 (based on feedback from our customers):
For many of us, our idea of what the workplace looks like has changed, perhaps forever.
As the open plan office, works canteen and watercooler made way for the dining room table and the facilities in your kitchen – we soon warmed to our new way of working. Few of us missed that morning bumper-to-bumper commute or waiting on a dark windswept platform for a train that was always delayed and, when it did arrive, was always standing room only! We enjoyed the better work/life balance.
The most popular questions we get asked here at our Nottingham HQ are how do you look after your BBQ Hut once it’s been installed, & what do you use to treat your cabin to keep it looking as lovely as the day it arrived? Well, gang, in this blog we're going to cover just that...
When we come out to you & install your BBQ Cabin we will give it a coat of Sovereign wood treatment which is trade-only at present, but there are plenty of great options out there that you can use to keep your cabin looking amazing, year after year.
A BBQ cabin is a wooden hut (similar to a summerhouse; also referred to as a grill cabin) is manufactured so you can safely host, relax and entertain family barbecues and outdoor cooking parties all year round, no matter the weather.
'Festive' drinks you can enjoy time of the year!
Mulled Gin and Tonic (yes, you read that right) went down a treat at a party in April, so although mulling is associated with Christmas and the more chilly, wintery months, try these recipes all year round, all of which can be achieved using your Arctic Cabin BBQ grill.
When Arctic Cabins Owners Club member Jane Bickle posted on Facebook, “It’s toastie in the hut tonight” and shared an amazing photograph of a glowing fire basket - it got us wondering if your BBQ Hut could be the answer to rising energy bills.