He must really like chilling! Gordon Ramsay gets permission for £30,000 igloo cabin outside his £4m Cornish home after installing one at his £7m London mansion
- The TV Chef will build the cabin at his seaside home in Trebetherick, Cornwall
- Ramsay was granted permission to build one at his London home just last week
- The luxury pods include a kitchen, double bed, electric heating and a toilet
Gordon Ramsay (pictured with wife Tana) has been given the green light to build another igloo cabin
The TV chef has been given the green light to build an igloo-style wood cabin in the back garden of his £4million seaside home.
Gordon Ramsay was granted planning permission to build the luxury garden retreat at his house in Trebetherick, Cornwall.
The 52-year-old had put in the request to build the cabin back in August to provide a place to stay for visiting friends and family overlooking the beach.
The application was recently approved for a single-storey structure that will include a kitchen, double bed, electric heating and a toilet for visitors to the Cornish pad.
Estonian company Iglucraft are understood to be the makers of the igloo which will be are handcrafted from natural materials including aspen wall panelling.
The largest cabin in its luxury range is the 'family hut', priced at just under £31,000, which is of a similar size to Ramsays' concept design.
Permission was granted by Cornwall Council with the caveats that work must begin within the next three years and that the structure can only be used for or non-paying guests.
He was granted planning permission to build the luxury garden retreat at his £4.4million seaside home in Trebetherick, Cornwall, that he bought in 2016
The chic cabins (pictured) are made by a company in Estonia. The largest cabin in its luxury range is the 'family hut', priced at just under £31,000, which is of a similar size to Ramsays' concept design
A planning permission pack submitted to the council said: 'It would provide semi-independent self-contained accommodation for the applicant's family and visiting friends but used as accommodation incidental to the enjoyment of the main property.
'Providing space for a bed, kitchen/living room area and toilet, the outbuilding would have a insulated wooden frame faced externally with spruce shingles and finished internally with aspen wall panelling and an insulated floor.
'It would be 2.3 metres high, 8.7 metres long and 2.3 metres wide with an internal floor space of 16.6 metres square.'
The luxury pods have one bedroom (pictured), a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom and are quickly becoming the must-have celebrity home accessory
The application was approved by Cornwall Council with the caveats that work must begin within the next three years and that the structure can only be used for or non-paying guests
Ramsay has so far spent more than £10million on property in Cornwall since 2015 after buying three properties.
He demolished the original 1920s house that was on the plot in Trebetherick after he bought it for £4.4million in 2016.
He is now also building a multi-million pound home in Rock and has recently completed renovations on an old bank building in Fowey.
The TV chef was also given permission to build an igloo cabin at his £7million eight-bedroom home in Battersea, London, just last week
His proposals had previously been rejected after he failed to include a tree survey. Pictured: The planning application for the igloo at his London home made on behalf of 'G + T Ramsay' showing the almost 30ft long structure
It was not until last week that his plans were finally given the go ahead in London after being advised to arrange a meeting with arboriculturalists. Pictured: The floorplan of the luxury pod
This is just the second igloo cabin project that the star has had approved.
In April earlier this year the chef lodged plans for a fully furnished log cabin to be installed in the back garden of his £7million eight-bedroom home in Battersea, London.
His plans were originally rejected after Wandsworth Council said that he had not included a tree survey to evaluate how the development would impact trees and vegetation in his garden.
David Beckham spent £14,000 on a Triple Sauna from the Estonian company Iglucraft for the Cotswolds mansion where he spends downtime with Victoria and their children
The Beckhams apparently took the plunge with their Scandinavian steam bath after David had a go in Ritchie's hot room at the director's 50th birthday party at his country estate in Wiltshire
It was not until last week that his plans were finally given the go ahead after being advised to arrange a meeting with arboriculturalists who would inspect the surrounding vegetation.
Ramsay appears to be following a trend set by David Beckham and Guy Ritchie who have both had igloo cabins installed at their country homes in Oxfordshire and Wiltshire respectively.
They too bought from the same Estonian suppliers before posting the pictures on social media.