Welcome to the the Garden Gazebo Site
We’ve just added lots of new gazebos to our product page, including this great Camping Gazebo. Use the menu above to check them out!
Home and Gardens are selling this simple but striking Union Jack Gazebo for a knock down price of £20.
Admittedly the £60 they were originally asking for what amounts to a pretty standard gazebo was a bit over the top! At £20 however, it’s not a bad buy!
This has to be the cheapest hexagonal gazebo we’ve ever seen.
To be honest it’s not huge but £30 for a hexagonal gazebo with 3 sides is an absolute bargain!
It can be a little harder to find retailers still selling gazebos in winter. The likes of B&Q and Robert Dyas who both have great ranges available in summer both stop selling their gazebos in the colder months.
Fear not however. There are still a number of gazebo retailers that stock gazebos all year around.
Greenfingers are selling their basic 3x3m ‘showerproof’ gazebo for a bargain £14.99. That’s half the normal price!
Delivery is £4.99 so you get the Gazebo delivered for £19.98. Not bad!
We’ve just spotted this bargain gazebo on from Robert Dyas. The basic gazebo, which originally was priced at £20 is now only £12. Postage is £4.99 or free if you spend over £40 in one transaction.
We think this might be the cheapest gazebo we’ve ever seen on the site! The website is showing stocks as low so we suspect this deal won’t last long!
We’ve just created a new guide which details our recommended way of putting up a standard steel gazebo.
To make it super easy we’ve taken photos of every step so you should have your gazebo up in no time!
Sometimes due to an accident or misfortune your trusty gazebo may well break.
Often one small part can mean a gazebo is totally unusable.
Your first response may be to jump straight onto the internet to buy a new one, but why spend all that money when you may well be able to fix the problem?
Airwave gazebos are by far the most popular gazebos on this site so we thought this video would be of interest to our readers.
The video shows an Airwave Gazebo being opened and locked in place, then jumping to a shot of the gazebo with the cover on. The video then shows the reverse with the frame being folded back to the stored position.
For the full video click ‘continue reading’.