Timber Frame Range

Delivered by a team who understand events.

Working with Wiltshire's finest traditional timber framers, we have developed a breed of incredibly unique timber frame marquees. All of which connect using our modernised modular system in order to create the exact set up you wish. Our beautiful timber frames are made from Cedar and Douglas fir.

  • Roundhouse 12m


    The classic roundhouse is standing in its original glory. This is for a full 12m radius roundhouse. Timber frame structure can seat 80-100 guests and can connect to any of our main marquees. The extend the diameter you would need to select the 18m option.

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  • Roundhouse 12m (Open Roof)


    The infamous roundhouse house. We have been travelling around Europe with this beautiful structure for 8 years now, and it still amazes us every time. This option is without the central roof; therefore, you end up with a marquee that can have a fire in the middle of it. We use this mostly for our honeycomb hotel and is often used at the festival as a glamping/ boutique/ luxury camping setup for large groups wanting to share the same space on site.

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  • Roundhouse 18m (Open Roof)


    This options is the for the open roof roundhouse but with an 18m diameter. This means that you can seat 160 – 220 people in the roundhouse under a canvas roof and still have a fire in the middle of the marquee. Ideal for open BBQ’s and also hog roasts Inside the marquee.

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  • Roundhouse 18m


    Our biggest roundhouse option which holds a capacity of 300 seated guests. This is used massively for large weddings, ceremony blessings and festival workshops.

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Our Tents have been designed and manufactured for festival use. They are versatile, safe, affordable and to go along with that, we have the right team to deliver them.


Our traditional marquees are literally the perfect blank canvas for your individual wedding style or theme.

Honeycomb Hotel

We have designed and manufactured a NEW Breed of glamping tent inspired by the Traditional Roman soldier’s Ridge tent, which dates back to the 1st century.