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The Coach House, a cosy oak framed holiday let

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Get inspired by a small, newly-built, oak framed Sussex cottage, built with holiday letting in mind. Oak beams and frames throughout. Built by Oakmasters to customer's specification. Read this oak framed house case study.

The front of the barn is welcoming and has a great kerb appeal. (6120)

The glazed oak gable porch detail. (6122)

Double storey glazed gable entrance in the main feature of this lovely oak cottage. (6114)

The self-build oak cottage is clad with featheredge cladding. (6117)

Traditionally clad oak cottage exterior. (6111)

The side of the holiday home opens up with large bifold doors. (6115)

Utility exit from the kitchen opens onto a small patio. (6112)

Utility windows and systems were designed to be at the back of the barn. (6119)

Create a grand entrance with an integrated glazed oak porch. (6103)

Large open plan kitchen is full of natural light streaming in through the oak windows on two sides. (6101)

Oak frame bracket detail in the kitchen. (6123)

Open plan kitchen and dining area are framed with oak beams and posts. (6121)

The kitchen windows are inset in the green oak structural frame. (6118)

Proof that an oak framed sitting room can be bright and flooded with natural light. (6113)

Traditional, yet bright and airy cottage interior with a few oak beams. (6102)

Despite the small footprint, this open plan oak cottage feels really spacious. (6107)

Cosy sitting room with a few oak beams overhead. (6110)

The side of the cottage opens up onto a patio with this lovely oak bifold door. (6106)

The woodburning stove compliments the oak frame beautifully. (6108)

Lovely stairwell opens into the open plan living area downstairs. (6104)

Upstairs, two bedrooms with raised collar oak trusses. (6105)

Vaulted ceiling with an oak truss create a lovely traditional feel in this bedroom. (6100)

Raised collar oak trusses create additional head height in the bedrooms. (6109)

Upstairs, a gallery overlooks the glazed gable, offering a stunning view. (6116)

The upstairs en-suite shower rooms also feature oak beams. (6124)