DIY Bee Hotel Kit
DIY Bee Hotel Kit
177 in stock
Build your own home for solitary bees or gift to a nature lover in your life!
Welcome solitary bees into your garden and experience their pollinating powers with this DIY Bee Hotel Kit, designed in-house by Architectural Technician and bee enthusiast Jacob Powell 🐝
Made in the UK from sustainably sourced panguaneta poplar wood, this kit is designed to be posted through your letterbox and constructed at home to provide a safe space for female solitary bees to build nests and lay their eggs.
Solitary bees are a joy to watch and are non-aggressive, therefore child and pet friendly. They don't live in colonies (unlike bumblebees and honey bees) and are facing a crisis having lost much of their natural habitat - they need your help!
Learn more about the types of bees that could take residence in your bee hotel.
Gift to an animal, nature or bee-loving friend
The perfect gift to introduce others to the world of solitary bees via letter box, suitable for small or large outdoor spaces, to position on a wall, balcony, courtyard, beside a windowsill or community garden. We offer an additional bee-spoke service to personalize your kit by engraving a family name or small message to the front of your bee hotel ✍
Each kit is manufactured in the UK, engraved and shipped from our Devon based studio.
Key product features:
- Plastic free, no glue, no mess!
- Buildable in under 20 minutes
- Packaging made from 70% recycled materials and FSC certified cardboard 🌲
- Replaceable 150mm length bee nesting tubes with side door & key
- Instructions and installation checklist included
- Step-by-step video accessible via QR code 🎥
- Make it personal with our engraving service
- We also plant one tree for every product sold... buzzing!
Flat-pack box dimensions: 320 x 230 x 20mm (WxHxD)
Constructed dimensions: 190 x 215 x 70mm (WxHxD)
(screw not included)
Please note this product is not a toy and contains small parts. It is suitable for ages 12yrs +
Such a cute concept and really easy to build in less than 5 minutes.
We’ve placed it above our planter beds so bees can easily find it! Thinking of getting a few more around the garden to make it a proper bee sanctuary