Somerset 5 Bar Gate

A classic design five bar gate which benefits from a tapered top bar with superior hanging stile.


The Somerset has a tapered and chamfered top bar with superior hanging stile joined using traditional hardwood stop dowelled mortice & tenon joints.

Made in Britain, The Somerset 5 Bar gate is manufactured using sustainable slow grown softwood.Slow grown softwood is more dense and as a result produces a better quality wood. Made from specially selected timber for a more stable quality gate. Therefore, a more durable gate. The Somerset 5 Bar gate also has a planed finish and stainless steel fittings.

  • Wood type: Iroko & Softwood (click here for details)

  • Finish: Softwood is pressure treated & Iroko supplied untreated ready for treatment  (click here for details)

  • Widths: From 3′ (0.915m) to 4′ (1.22m). *Larger sizes are available (click here for more information)

  • Heights: 3’7” (1.09m) to top of top rail / 4’ (1.219m) to top of stile.

  • Automation: Suitable for automation with the addition of a heavy duty rail (please consult a qualified installer)

  • Recommended Fittings: Adjustable Double Strap Field Gate Hinge Set (click here for sizes) + Latch + Drop bolt and socket set (both gates if a pair)
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Additional information


3' (0.915m) & 4' (1.22m) held in stock. 3'6'' (1.067m), Iroko and special widths/heights made to order

Special Widths

Available to order

Special Heights

Available to order


Must be hung from the larger stile


Joinery grade PEFC certified sustainable timber


Joinery grade Iroko sourced in line with EU Timber Regulation


Made In Britain


Ideally should be stored flat on level bearers. Can be stored upright against a wall (must not be uneven) with both stiles evenly supported but preferably, not for too long, Until gates are installed they should be handled carefully. Do not drag across each other or across surfaces.

Please note

Iroko gates have been produced at 16% moisture content and need to be kept dry. Avoid direct contact withsunlight until the gate has been fully treated

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