• Call us: 01284 624078
  • St Andrew's Castle, St Andrew's Street South, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3PH
  • UK(£)
  • Call us: 01284 624078
  • St Andrew's Castle, St Andrew's Street South, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3PH
  • UK(£)

Cotswold Patio Small Table And Chair Set

incl. VAT, plus delivery
In stock
Delivery time: 14 day(s)


Cotswold Small Patio Garden Set

The Cotswold table is made from hand-cut natural stone, which results in a unique riven surface being created for every Cotswold garden table.

The colour variation of the stone means no two tables are alike, adding to their charm.

Shown here is the Malaga chair, which has matching stone diamonds in the back panel.

The Cotswold stacking garden chair is made of tubular steel and finished in black with a brown twisted effect weather-resistant wicker seat.

The backrest incorporates natural slate diamonds that match perfectly with many of our stone mosaic tables.

Approx. chair size: 54cm x 53cm x 88cm (seat 46cm x 38cm x 46cm) approx weight: 3.9kg

Approx. table size: H: 73cm D: 60cm Approx. weight: 18.2kg

The table requires minimum assembly.

Protect from frost.

This set requires minimum assembly.

Dining accessories not included.

Delivered by a pallet network service

Weights and colours may vary slightly.


Additional product information

Please allow approx 14 days for delivery.
Product Care
Our Stone tables and chairs are weather resistant and designed for outdoor and indoor use. The tables must however be first dried and then stored away in the winter, as we do not guarantee them as being frost-proof. The resin wicker used in the chair seats is a tough, resin-based weather-resistant woven material, it can easily be cleaned with warm soapy water, rinsed off with plain water. We recommend the chairs are stored away during the winter. Natural Stone is porous and will absorb liquids, any spillages should be removed without delay. Some liquids (lemon juice, tonic water, cola, red wine to name but a few,) will leave stains or blemishes which can be difficult to remove. Some natural stone does have pits and blemishes, and sometimes fissures which look like cracks, these are part and parcel of natural stone and do not constitute a fault. Should either the metal chair or table frames become chipped they should be touched up with matching enamel paint immediately to avoid rusting.