Buy Hedgehog Houses

A range of hedgehog houses to provide shelter for our spiky friends. Hedgehogs hibernate during winter and also need somewhere safe to go at night to keep warm and out of the reach of predators. 

Offering hedgehogs their own houses gives them a much safer habitat than the compost heap, or pile of wood, where hedgehogs are in danger of getting forked with garden tools or burnt alive in a bonfire. 

Igloo Hedgehog House

The wicker igloo house offers hedgehogs and other mammals a safe retreat from the many hazards of modern life such as garden strimmer, forks and tools, pets and other predators such as badgers and foxes. The round painted steel frame has a felted water-proof roof which is covered with a brush wood finish decorated with rattan bands. As the product is made from natural materials the appearance may vary due to seasonal availability and environmental factors.

Hedgehog Hibernation Shelter

A house for a hedgehog made from C24 graded construction timber with durable felt roof, Aside from providing shelter, this hedgehog house can also be used as a feeding station. The internal divide is a thin board that’s tacked in place for easy removal. Plus, it prevents cats from stealing the food your new friend needs to beef up for winter.

Wooden Hedgehog House

Made from wood (untreated – which is best for the hedgehogs as it emits no fumes), the hedgehog house has a large opening at the front so the hedgehog can get in easily, but small enough to keep foxes and predators out. The roof made of bark, blends in with surrounding flora, with only the cute Hedgehog sign above the door giving a clue to who is inside.

Original Hedgehog House

Made from solid FSC timber with screwed construction which gives strength and longevity ensuring the habitat can with stand crushing or strimming. The domed roof is double skinned for insulation and weather protection, whilst the raised timber floor keeps damp out. A specially sized entrance porch allows the hedgehog in but deters predators.

Wicken Fen Hedgehog Home

The Wicken Fen hedgehog house is part of the National Trust range from Wildlife World designed to be an attractive natural home and safe habitat for hedgehogs. Choose a quiet position out of the prevailing wind in an area with some cover and pile leaves inside the box to initiate a nest

Rustic Hedgehog House

From Tom Chambers, this beautiful timber hedgehog house will look stunning in any garden, painted in a wood stain it will fit in perfectly with the natural surroundings. Made from rustic timber with a stunning slatted style roof, this house will provide shelter for your spiky friends, particularly during the winter months.

Wooden Barkwood Hogitat Hedgehog House

Handmade from natural barkwood with moss for added camouflage, this hogitat provides the ideal place for hedgehogs to shelter from rain or even hibernate for the winter. Strongly made with a solil wood frame supporting the outer barkwood, the hogitat has a doorway which adds extra protection to the hedgehog as it protrudes from the main body of the shelter, providing protection as the hedgehog enters and exits.

Ventilated Hedgehog House

A deluxe home for hedgehogs. The removable roof and secure fixings guarantees safety for hedgehogs and their families. The fixed base of the notch and ventilation tube creates essential air flow. Add some leaves or bedding and wait for a spiky friend to move in. 

Wooden Hedgehog House

A wooden hedgehog house made from solid wooden construction with wood stain for weather protection.  Handmade in Great Britain, it’s an ideal shelter for winter hibernation. 

Natural Thatch Hedgehog House

This hedgehog house has been designed to look natural and will blend into any garden environment as well as being a safe retreat for hedgehogs to shelter and hibernate in. Manufactured from sturdy steel green powder coated frame with waterproofed roof with durable natural thatch and moss to allow the hut to blend in with its surroundings.

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