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Wife Builds Husband £15,000 Own Pub In Back Garden To Stop Him Going To The Local

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Wife Builds Husband £15,000 Own Pub In Back Garden To Stop Him Going To The Local

The most creative yet simple method to keep your man at home!


Sick of not seeing her husband as desired, a creative wife has brought a whole meaning world to her home by building for her husband a pub at the back of their garden.

In a bid to spend more quality time with her husband, Jayne Tapper, 48, who’s a nurse from Newton Abbot, Devon decided to build ‘The Doghouse Inn’ to stop husband, Paul Tapper, 53, from going to the local pub.

Jayne Tapper, 48, a nurse from Newton Abbot, Devon decided to build ‘The Doghouse Inn’ to stop husband, Paul Tapper, 53, from going to the local pub

Sick of not seeing her husband as desired, she brought a whole meaning world to her home by building for her husband a pub at the back of their garden

The mother-of-three concept, however, now witnesses her husband spending every of his evening in their back garden as well as hosts non-popular alcohol-fuelled parties.

Mrs. Jayne managed to build the pub over the course of 5 months and revealed that her husband, Paul, who’s an engineer had always loved going down to the local and couldn’t just keep him at home.



Mrs. Jayne managed to build the pub over the course of 5 months



Spent £15,000 to level the garden before paying an additional £2,700 and £650 for both the cabin build and a space invader game

‘I got thinking, why don’t I create my own pub and become my own landlady and then I can really tell people my husband is in the doghouse.’ Mrs. Jayne said.

In creating the pub, Jayne spent £15,000 to level the garden before paying an additional £2,700 and £650 for both the cabin build and a space invader game.

The mother-of-three worked on changing the wooden lodge into a proper pub 

Jayne and her husband Paul seen with a friend for a round of few drinks



‘We had to get the garden leveled out, which had been quite expensive, over £15,000. But, it seemed like the perfect opportunity for me to act out what I would always want. We have 3 basset hounds and a mate was able to create for us a sign for the pub. Then I worked on making it like a proper pub.’ Mrs. Jayne continued.

The Doghouse Inn work in progress view

Jayne’s concept, however, now witnesses her husband spending every of his evening in their back garden as well as hosts non-popular alcohol-fuelled parties

Accordingly, Jayne’s children –Jack, 26, Lorren, 24 and Tom, 31, have all taken to the pub, allowing their friends to get drinks without spending their money.



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