Jabba is a 8o year old beach hut who has been rescued from being destroyed by developers and has been sensitively refurbished with great respect to his heritage.
Jabba got his name because of his sheer bulk and the fact that it took so many people to shift him to his new location where he has been lovingly restored using recycled resources wherever possible. Jabba is of a double wood skin construction with many original features. Although it took 5 men to move it, the actual reconstruction in the back garden was completed by the two of us using an ingenious system of ropes and pulleys that the Egyptians would have approved of. As in his previous life, Jabba continues to give pleasure to his many fun loving visitors.