The Burford Pavilion
(on your base)
Well if they had done, this is the sort of impressive Gazebo they would have watched the tennis from - and served all those cakes in !
Can’t you just taste now all those lovely long lunches during those lovely long, summer days that you could enjoy sitting in this beautiful Pavilion ?
(Particularly if you had entwined the trellis with some of those lovely “smellies” I suggested you grow on our Arbours info. pages.)
With its enclosed three sides this Burford Pavilion, the ‘grown up’ of the Burford Gazebo and Pergola family can make a lovely warm, sunny inglenook particularly if you have a nice south facing position.
As warm and cosy as it can be, the Pavilion really is an impressive building.
It stands nearly 10’ (3m) high ( 5’ 10” at the eaves), with a broad 10’ 6” (3.2m) width and with and its maximum depth of 7’ 10” (2.38m) has room for the longest of legs.
As with all our Gazebos, Pergolas, Arbours and other garden buildings you will need a good level base before you start the ( very easy ) assembling.
I told you how we made our base on the Burford Gazebo page.
An extra pair of hands would pretty much be a necessity though when you build your Pavilion, as it has lots of sturdily built, heavy parts.
Or you could just sit back and plan who is special enough to come to the ‘Pavilion Warming’ party while you let our experts get on with the assembling.