DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 
DIY Bee Hotel Kit 

DIY Bee Hotel Kit 

Sale price£24.99

Build Your Own Home For Solitary Bees Or Gift To A Nature Lover!


Welcome solitary bees into your garden and experience their pollinating powers with this DIY Bee Hotel Kit, designed in-house by Beevive's very own 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. 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. 

Each kit is manufactured in the UK.

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: W 320 x H 230 x D 20mm

Constructed dimensions: W 190 x H 215 x D 70mm 

(Screws not included) Please note this product is not a toy and contains small parts. It is suitable for ages 12yrs +


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