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Bilting Court, parts of which date back to the fifteenth century, has been variously described as a manor house, a farmhouse and as a cottage during its long history.
At the beginning of this century, this impressive Grade II Listed property was in poor condition and the present owners, Mr and Mrs Emberson, have recently finished an ambitious project of sympathetic renovation and refurbishment.
Nigel Tyas Ironwork was asked to design and supply most of the light fittings for this labour of love.
Eagle Brae log cabins are set in the spectacular Highlands countryside and offer a beautiful get-away for holidaymakers seeking a retreat from busy modern life.
When Mike Spencer-Nairn and his family decided to build the cabins, they were determined to create beautiful and characterful interiors to match the splendour of the surrounding countryside - and they didn’t want to compromise on quality and style.
All the cabins were hand-built by master craftsmen using the finest Western Red Cedar logs, sourced from a sustainably-managed forest in British Columbia, Canada. Each log is a different size and shape and they were all carved, worked and fitted together by hand, not one of them going through a sawmill. This ensured they retained their natural beauty and rugged surface – complete with irregular bumps and grooves and knotty sticky out bits! It all went to create a gorgeous, authentic, chunky log cabin look for Eagle’s Brae’s guests. BUT it certainly presented quite a challenge when it came to fitting curtain poles and wall lights.
That’s where Nigel Tyas Ironwork came in . . .