Having spent a fair time looking at various styles of pavilion over the past few days and weeks, most of which are for commercial use, it’s time to return to our main theme of gazebos, and today, it’s the turn of a range called Vixen Hill Gazebos.
Vixen Hill have been making products such as gazebos for 30 years or so, and their craftsmanship is second to none.
So, let’s start with a look at the Vixen Hill Traditional Gazebo, shown above.
Like all of the gazebos we feature on this page, it’s hexagonal, and this model is available in three sizes – 9 ft, 12 ft and 15 ft.
With the two larger models, you can choose a single or double roof, but with the smaller size, only the single roof is offered.
The main differences are in the roofing, which is only available in green or red metal, a double roof is not an option with the Chalfont, and there are fewer configuration choices for you to make when you order it.
Other than that, it comes in the same three sizes, with the same range of finishes.
Next, we have the Vixen Hill Rustic Gazebo, and two slightly different versions of this model are shown below:
And lastly, we have the Vixen Hill Elongated Gazebo, which is still hexagonal, like the others, but this is the “stretch” model.
This elongated gazebo comes in the following three sizes: 8 x 11 ft, 11 x 15 ft and 14 x 19 ft.
It has many of the same configuration options as the Traditional Gazebo (e.g. roofing material, single or double roof, finish), and it has one additional option that none of the others have – you can have the entrance on the short side or the long side, and with the two larger models, you can have a double entrance, as shown here.
All of these gazebos look really nice and well-made, as you can see from this selection of photos:
As you can also see from some of the above photos, you don’t need a particularly large garden either for this range of gazebos.
These gazebos are exactly what gazebos should look like, and we would be more than happy to have one (or two) in our own garden.
If we were looking for a small, personal retreat in our garden, somewhere to chill our and relax, we’d probably go for the Traditional Gazebo, but if we were looking for something a little larger, maybe to do some outdoor entertaining, or even just to eat outdoors on a warm summer’s evening, then the Elongated Gazebo would be a better choice.
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