Scotts of Thrapston has an enviable reputation for manufacturing quality timber summerhouses, gazebos and garden buildings and is one of the country’s leading suppliers.

The core range of garden buildings suits most requirements with a variety of colours and sizes on offer. Scotts also manufactures bespoke and custom buildings, with designs and prices available upon request.

At RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016, Scotts will be exhibiting the following garden buildings on stand HC424:

Limited Edition Accoya Burghley Summerhouse (2.4 metres)
This summer Scotts launches its Accoya summerhouse. Offering a lifespan of up to 50 years plus outstanding durability and stability, Accoya is also sustainable, renewable, recyclable and 100 per cent biodegradable. Finished in a subtle oak stain, the Accoya cladding on the Burghley summerhouse blends beautifully with the cedar shingle roof. Internally, the exclusive Capuchins upholstery makes a design statement and is unique to this limited edition garden building.

The Accoya summerhouse on show at Hampton Court Palace is the popular classic Burghley design which features three attractive diamond shaped leaded windows to the rear and lockable doors. Extending the seasons, the casement windows can be opened up during a warm day or closed to provide a garden retreat when the weather is cooler.

Sun Ray Garden Room
One of Scotts’ larger designs, the Sun Ray Garden Room is ideal for entertaining all year round. There is adequate space to seat up to eight people in comfort and the traditional style building has a slate effect glass fibre roof, with a cedar shingle roof option also available.

Newhaven Corner Summerhouse
Thoughtfully designed for a corner setting with careful consideration given to the use of space, the Newhaven Corner Summerhouse opens up to create a spacious airy room.

Balmoral Summerhouse on rotating base
The Balmoral gazebo features Scotts’ unique door and window shutter system. When in use the shutters can simply be removed and stored on special side brackets before being replaced at the end of the day to provide protection from the elements. The rotating base allows the building to turn to either face the sun or provide shade, or simply to change the view of the garden or landscape.

RHS Centenary Arbour
Combining form and function the RHS Arbour is one of three Scotts’ RHS garden buildings which draw their inspiration from the archives in the RHS Lindley Library. The RHS Arbour offers both a dedicated storage option and a sheltered seating area allowing you to work and relax in the garden.