Our Airigh range of kit houses is a modern interpretation of Scotland’s traditional summer ‘sheilings’ (or, in Gaelic, àirighean). Once common in the Scottish Highlands, those small dwellings were occupied while the cattle were out on their summer pastures.
This larger, two-bedroom version of the Airigh is ideal for use by families as a holiday home, or as an annexe to an existing building.
New planning rules introduced in Scotland in February 2012 means that the Airigh could even be built as a summer house in a garden without planning permission.
The most popular external finish is black larch, although profiled (corrugated) metal sheeting is also common. Depending on which package you opt for, we could fit the exterior cladding for you.
This model is available in both structurally-insulated panels (SIPs) or cross-laminated timber (CLT). More details of what’s included in our various flat pack house packages can be found on the specification pages. Please note: the 200mm cassette floor with glulam beams is an optional extra.