I brought my future mother-in-law a hedgehog house for Christmas (she'd been dropping hints all summer to the family and so got her gift early (since it'd be no use at Christmas!!) You can get some really "pleasing" designs while your own wildlife areas develop.
I've got a Chapelwood too. I had trouble keeping the Chapelwood dry when I had it set up in the garden, which is why I started using it for the overwintering hogs. Also, I thought the entrance was a little on the large side, although its easy enough to make it smaller. The best houses I have are made by Ark Wildlife. Very sturdy, good design.
We were pleased to see three young hedgehogs last night. There haven't been any in the garden for about three years. There are also three adult frogs in the pond we made last year. Now I'll be worrying that the hogs will eat the frogs! Will have to make sure they fill up on cat food.