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Inspired by the iconic whalebone arch at Whitby.

Whitby Arch


Size (cm): 258×154×76
Weight: 43.0 kg

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Whitby Arches

Inspired by the iconic whalebone arch at Whitby.

The Whitby Arch will add a beautiful focal point to any garden, and is available in two sizes to suit your space.

The thick section rails are perfect for training climbing plants, and combined with the dramatic extended arch, can create a shaded area in the garden.

All the timber used for the Whitby Arch has a smooth planed finish, and is pressure treated with preservative to protect it against rot for 15 years.

The arch is tall enough to set into the ground and still stand over 2m high; by sinking the arch into the ground you provide a more stable structure that won’t be affected by harsh winds.

The arch features posts with an extended curved section that can only be achieved using carefully cut and laminated timber.

The posts are linked with thick section rails and cross at the top, to create a graceful and unique garden structure.

Delivered flat packed, with easy to follow step-by-step instructions, and all the fixings included.

Generous 1.4m path span between posts

Please note, however, we are unable to offer delivery of this item to addresses in the Scottish Highlands and Islands, Northern Ireland, Chanel Isles, Isle of Man, Scilly Isles and Isle of Wight and other areas outside UK mainland.

Product Specification

Timber arch.

Fixings included.

76cm deep.

Pressure treated to protect against rot.

Delivery Information


Due to continued issues at the factory related to the Covid-19 pandemic, this item is not currently available/we are not confident of consistent supply of the item. Please email customer service to be put on a list to be contacted when it is available again. Please note that when it is available the price may alter so we cannot guarantee this.

We would rather be honest with customers and whilst you may find this item elsewhere the same inconsistency will probably apply.

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