Simple rustic charm is difficult to recreate authentically, but Rowlinson has succeeded with their delightful Balmoral Corner Arbour.

The slatted roof, lattice detail and an appealing natural timber finish, all combine to create an uncomplicated yet charismatic arbour. Perfect for a corner that may be neglected, the arbour will bring it to life with great style and practicality.

Use the trellis to train climbing plants, rambling roses and the like and you'll have a bucolic hideaway where four people can enjoy the colourful and scented ambiance.

The pressure treated timber can be left with a natural appearance or why not paint it to complement the rest of your garden. 

Key Features

  • Natural Timber Crafted from FSC Certified Softwood
  • Pressure-Treated Timber for Long Life
  • Fits any right-angled corner
  • Open & Airy Slatted Roof
  • Seats up to Four People
  • Can Be Painted at Home to Suit Your Garden
  • Simple 2-Person Assembly with Fittings Included

Dimensions Note: Overall dimensions include any applicable roof overhang.


Brand: Rowlinson
Material: Wood
Overall Depth: 120cm (3ft 11in)
Overall Height: 210cm (6ft 11in)
Overall Width: 226cm (7ft 5in)
Seat Depth: 36cm (1ft 2in)
Seat Height: 50cm (1ft 8in)
Seat Width: 95.5cm (3ft 2in)
Treatment: Pressure Treated

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Balmoral Corner Arbour Instructions

Balmoral Corner Arbour Dimensions Diagram

Delivery Information

Fast Free Delivery within Mainland UK*

We offer fast and free delivery within mainland UK.
Sorry, we can't deliver this product offshore or to some remote areas including but not limited to the following postcodes: BT, GY, HS, IM, JE, EIRE, KW, PA20-78, PO30-40, KA27-28, IV41-56, TR21-25 and ZE.

If you're unsure on whether we can deliver to you, please contact us today for a personalised quote.

Delivery Period
Delivery will typically be made within 5 - 7 working days. Please allow a few more days for parts of Scotland, and note that delivery times may be extended during busy times of the year. For larger products, the carrier will call and book in a convenient delivery date. For other products, a delivery date will be provided by email from the carrier, which will include a link to allow tracking online.

Vehicles We Use
Items will be delivered on larger lorries which can get to most places it's typically, a 7.5 ton lorry which is about the size of a dustbin lorry, this will depend on the item that is being delivered and should you have any concerns with restricted access to your property we ask you to contact us prior to placing an order.

Unloading Of Your Delivery
Due to the nature of this product, delivery will be made to the front of the property to the nearest location. Our drivers will not carry these items inside your home or back garden. When the item is delivered on a pallet, the pallet and packaging are non-returnable and the goods can only be manoeuvred on a flat and level surface (i.e. not a gravel driveway) by a pallet truck. On some occasions the driver will split the package to assist with manoeuvring of the item. Once you are happy, we will ask you to check the condition of the goods and sign for the delivery. Assistance with unloading may be required.

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating 4.4 / 5 Based On 7 Reviews

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 5 / 5
Price 5 / 5

Excellent product and really good company to supply it.

Very pleased with the Arbour. Very useful help-desk and could not be more helpful.

Delivery 4 / 5
Quality 4 / 5
Price 5 / 5


Bought this a month ago and was dreading assembling it after reading previous reviews but my neighbour and his son put it together I just under two and a half hrs. It was done as a surprise while I was out and didn’t know they were going to do it so was so pleased when I came home.i love it it’s well worth the money and looks beautiful with the fairy lights around it and lite up of a night time.would definitely recommend it. .

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 3 / 5
Price 3 / 5

Rather Rustic

As in reviews from other sites, this item has some issues with the corner back slats, especially the top one being the wrong size.Also the centre support leg is not mitred but does not really matter, Pre assembled seats and sides have poor quality screw fixing and need tightening to prevent them protruding.I feel that a 3mm pilot hole would be better than the recommended 4mm to give the screws more bite. Looks ok after a bit of titivating up but is a few pounds over priced even in the sale.

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 4 / 5
Price 4 / 5

Quality Looking Arbour

This item was delivered packed in a pallet which was broken in places.Inside was a bag of screws along with the instruction which was floating in water.Once another set of assembly instructions were emailed through, all the parts were there including every single screw . Some of the slatted parts had come loose due to the industrial staple gun not securing them properly,so these had to be drilled and screwed before assembly could begin. Although it stated this was a two man assemble project,I did manage on my own with the help of using some elastic luggage straps to hold the roof panels up whilst being screwed to the rafters. It was not a quick assembly and it took about 10 hours. The stapling part of manufacturing this Arbour needs to be improved otherwise a satisfying project that looks good when complete.

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 5 / 5
Price 5 / 5

Excellent Quality Arbour

Nicely sized arbour made from good quality pressure treated timber. Comes with instructions and you can paint it whatever colour best suits your garden.

Delivery 5 / 5
Quality 4 / 5
Price 5 / 5

Interesting assembly project and a satisfying result

The pieces are loosely held within a cage of nailed planks. I needed a wide chisel and heavy hammer to prise apart the planks on one side of the cage, which took perhaps 30 mins. I needed pincers to extract nails from planks to render them harmless. The components inventory was complete and the quality of the planed, tannelised wood was good. Most of the screws in the pre-assembled seats are slightly raised and some are corroded –potentially damaging clothing unless seat covers are used. Having assembled the arbour I shall probably rub it down lightly with fine glasspaper and wipe with white spirits. I spent perhaps an hour reading the instructions to predict potential problems, and then physically tested the way an upright panel, a seat, and a lattice panel and back leg join up, without screwing them together. You lay the upright (piece 1) flat on the ground to do this. I assembled the arbour single-handed over a period of three days, spending 10 ½ hrs in total. The whole structure fitted together without any major problems. The following solutions to minor problems might help others. 1. Tapered end of seat batten – position on vertical post so that the back edge of the top horizontal seat slat is flush with the front face of the post. 2. Drilling lattice panel holes – drill at an angle so that you can use a screwdriver. Otherwise the lattice grid pieces get in the way. 3. My corner back rest slats were wider than the slats in the seat units. So, having pushed the two seat assemblies together for the mitred link-up, to get a neat result position each corner back rest slat so that the same edge (top or bottom – I chose top) aligns with its neighbouring bench slat. 4. Centre seat support. My support post was not mitred. However, the seat battens that meet up with it were mitred, so there’s no problem. You have to screw from the outside of the seat battens. 5. Corner lattice. Must ensure the two assemblies are vertical so that this panel touches both sides. Some leg jacking might be required. Drill from the inside of the lattice posts exiting from its corner (the correct corner!) to ensure that when screwed in place the screws are invisible. It’s do-able! 6. Side roof pieces – drill at an angle to the vertical to ensure you can use a screwdriver. Otherwise the roof joists get in the way. 7. Fix roof pieces at a consistent height wrt to roof joists. I rested a piece of scrap wood of the right thickness (so that the roof slats are flush with top of roof joists) on the front support. Resting the wide end of the roof panel on this temporary support, I could then easily screw the narrow top end so that it was flush with the joist top edge. Then fix the lower end. 8. I arranged the roof pieces so that they all terminate the same distance from the front edge of the roof joists. 9. This requirement for the centre roof sections meant that I found it helpful to fit the larger piece first so that it terminated at the correct point. Otherwise, fitting the smaller piece first meant, for me, that the bigger piece would terminate out of line with the side roof pieces. Doing it my way, you then have to rotate the big piece up slightly (undo all except front screws) so that the smaller piece can be inserted.

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Questions and Answers (4)
Geoff Cutler Asked:

Should I buy some additional screws for my newly delivered self-assembly Balmoral Arbour?

We Replied:

Dear Geoff Thank you for your question. We have sold many of these arbours and there is no lack of screws. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Nathan James Dodd

Wednesday 27th, May, 2015
Brian Asked:

Do you offer, or can you recommend, an assembly service?

We Replied:

Dear Brian Thank you for your question. Not for these particular items. We would advise looking online or through a local directory and contacting a local tradesman. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Zach Nicholson

Tuesday 19th, January, 2016
Tony Asked:

I really like the look of this arbour having just created a corner decking area which is 1.5 x 1.5m. However, I can't work out if the left seat is 1.8m and then the right seat is 1.8 or is that the overall width? Can you advise please?

We Replied:

Dear Tony Thank you for your question. 1.8 metres is the overall width. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Zach Nicholson

Monday 11th, April, 2016
Peter Fleming Asked:

What treatment do you recommend to protect this arbour from bad weather?

We Replied:

Dear Peter Thank you for your question. This item is already pressure treated to protect against rot so no further treatment is necessary. Should you wish to contact us further or to place an order, please call us on 0121 355 7701. Thank you for using our online Q&A system. Kind regards Kayleigh

Thursday 20th, May, 2021

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