The cordwood like facade at the front is stacked
logs stuck together with cob and a coat of lime, a technique
called ‘log stack wall’. The chalet just about sleeps five
To the right is a cedar Hogan, a hexagonal log
building traditional to the Navajo people in the USA with a pine
corbelled roof. The cedar logs were notched with a chainsaw for a
perfect fit to keep the wind and rain out. It sleeps four people.
Just to the left of the hogan is the Hot Tub.
the same hamlet of natural homes at Cae Mabon you will find the
storytelling stone roundhouse.