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Bespoke Garden Room Bars

Would you like a garden room bar/gin garden bar built this summer, 2024?



Perhaps you would like a garden building created that looks like an authentic English pub when you walk inside. Your garden bar, therefore, has a dart board, English ales on draft and also comfy Chesterfield sofas.

Instead, you might enjoy drinking luxurious British made gin’s or vodka and want to dedicate the whole room to these quality spirits?

Therefore, you might have a luxury bar built by Kingsley Build so that you have hundreds of bottles of gin.

Therefore, these buildings make great places to socialise and have your family and friends over to throw a party.

We can install a quality sound system, which can be integrated into the ceiling so that you can play your favourite music late into a summers evening.

Our builders can build an outdoor seating area with glass balustrades raised from the garden level could also be created, offering a place to enjoy a refreshing drink.


Can we use this garden bar / garden room right throughout the year? Will it be fully insulated?

It can sometimes seem that our summers are all over, and done and dusted in the blink of an eye and that we are back to wet and cold British weather.

Therefore, homeowners want the reassurance that when they purchase a garden bar from Kingsley, it can be used during the autumn and the winter months as well, so that you are not just purchasing a building that can only be used for a few months a year.

Our garden buildings can be used all year around



So if it’s cold and drizzling outside in the middle of winter, you only have to walk into a Kingsley-built garden room and it will be nice and warm inside once the heating has been switche don. Because we use quality insulation (we can use panel insulation, fibreglass or sheep’s wool insulation), you can therefore pop on the heating inside, and in a short period, your garden bar will start to warm up and be nice and cosy inside.


What are the main benefits of purchasing a garden bar?

Most rooms within people’s houses serve a practical purpose, such as being a kitchen, a bedroom or a living room. However, purchasing a garden bar can become your place to unwind; you can fill it with the things you enjoy, perhaps a jukebox with Elvis Presley songs on? Perhaps someone to enjoy drinking whiskey, perhaps somewhere to paint an oil painting? So you keep your canvasses in there?


Do you enjoy playing snooker?

You may want to have a full-size snooker table fitted within your garden room? We can build a garden room large enough for you to play snooker in.



Perhaps you like to watch films, then we can build a cinema garden room for you.

Pool table/garden room

Many people have garden rooms so that they can have a full-size pool table installed within the building.

Then you can listen to your favourite music while playing pool with your friends.



Can you build an area outside the garden bar that can be used as a seating area?

We have built a huge amount of composite decking, infront of garden rooms.

So we can build large area infront of your garden bar that can be used as seating area, great for enjoying wine with friends during the summer.

The decking could have glass balustrades surround the composite decking, and it could have composite steps leading up to the decking.


Are the garden bars you build bespoke?

When a customer, let’s say in Bath, England, wants to have a garden bar built, it might be very different from the design the next customer wants built. Every week, our builders are therefore building, very different garden rooms. Some are huge buildings, with multiple rooms inside, however some garden buildings we build, are used as places to work in, and sometimes are small buildings.


We can build any size of garden room

One customer might want a small room built the corner of the garden; this might be used as a place to go down and have a pint of English ale and perhaps catch up with a friend on the decking.

Another customer might want to push the boat out and have a huge garden bar, a huge area decked with composite decking, we can also build large garden rooms.

Are you able to install the electrics into our garden bar for us?

Sometimes, some customers require a considerable amount of electrics and wiring to be installed in a garden bar; for example, there might be underfloor heating, LED spotlights, speakers, surround sound systems, lighting in a decking, there might be solar panels added to the roof and much more.

Therefore, hiring a separate electrical contractor to do all this work can be quite expensive. However, we can take care of all this work for you, and this work can be included in our quote.

So, for example, when you tell our estimator that you want LED spotlights fitted, surround-sound speakers, and lighting in the decking, they will listen to this and include that in our quotation that we will email to you.


Do you only build garden bars in set sizes? Or can you build a bespoke garden room?

Some garden room companies pre-make the buildings within a factory, for example on an industrial estate in Bristol. Then, they might tell the customer they have four different-sized garden bars to choose from.

So, as a customer, you might be limited to what size garden rooms some companies can offer.

However, our business is completely different. We build bespoke garden bars, meaning that you can specify the exact width and length of the garden room you want built. Our builders also can build any shape garden bar, whether its rectangular, we could even build a circular garden room.

The building is, therefore, 100% bespoke.


Can you take care of all the groundworks for us, such as digging the trenches and building the foundations?

Yes, we can, whether it’s installing the water pipe or waste pipe or perhaps levelling the ground with a mini excavator we can offer to do all of the groundworks. We can undertake all of this work in Bristol for you, and we will include it in our quote.


Our garden room company can therefore, offer to do the following groundworks in Bristol when building a summerhouse:
– Build the foundations
– Dig the trenches for the waste pipe / water supply
– Level the ground and remove any excess soil


Will we need to seek planning permission from Bristol City Council before the garden room is built?

For most of the garden bars we are building around and in Bristol, quite often, the garden buildings will not require planning permission to be sought from Bristol City Council. However, before that assumption is made, you do need to speak to one of our team or a qualified architect to see whether planning permission is needed or not.

We or your chosen architect will advise you whether, in your particular circumstances, planning permission is required or not.

It is sometimes the case that some garden buildings will require planning permission to be granted, and no construction work should start until planning is granted.

If planning permission is needed from say Bath City Council, or Bristol City Council, it can take several months sometimes for this to be obtained so this does need to kept in mind, as if planning is needed, it can mean that your construction company has to wait for planning approval, before they build your new garden bar.



What sort of access is needed to build a garden bar?
Ideally, we would need rear or side access to your garden; normally a side garden gate is usually sufficient for us to bring the building materials into your garden.

In some circumstances, an Victorian property on a terraced street, sometimes there might not be any rear or side access at all.

We would, therefore, need to visit the property to come up with a plan for how we could bring building materials through the house to build your new garden bar. Often, the vast majority of the building can be brought in bits and taken through the building. However this will normally increase the labour costs quite significantly and, therefore, the cost of the bill.

Therefore, we will need to come out and see how we can bring the building materials such as timber, glass, and rubber roofing through the house.


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