The Caldicot Teak Garden Bench - 2 Seater

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  • 2-Seater (1.2m / 4ft Width)               
  • Hard-Wearing Grade A Teak
  • Handsome, Time-Honoured Design
  • Classically Cut, Slender Frame
  • Shaped Armrests for Comfortable Seating
  • Suitable for All Styles of Garden
  • Traditional Mortise & Tenon Joints
  • Bench Covers, Cushions & Accessories Available

A stately garden bench with undeniable charm, the Caldicot evokes the feeling of quintessential English countryside with its classic design and handsome appearance. A two-seater garden bench with real character, the Caldicot can be placed in the smallest of green spaces to create a picturesque garden seat. 

The Caldicot is crafted from grade A teak, which is FSc certified and sustainably sourced. Teak is a timber that requires little to no maintenance and is exceptionally resistant to the elements due to its naturally high oil content. The Caldicot will provide you with many years of enjoyment, and with basic care, it can even last a lifetime.

The Caldicot’s timeless design and understated good looks make it suitable for any style of garden, large or small, formal or informal. This two-seater model has a 1.2m width, making it the perfect choice for smaller gardens.

The Caldicot can be purchased with a range of accessories, from engraved memorial plaques to premium-quality bench covers.

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Brand N/A
Width (mm) 1200
Height (mm) 915
Depth (mm) 625
Seat Width (mm) N/A
Back Height (mm) 470
Seat Depth (mm) N/A
Weight (kg) 22.0000
Wood Type Teak
Size 2 Seater

The Caldicot is designed for easy DIY installation and is supplied with all the necessary fittings, as well as a simple assembly diagram. If you require some extra help putting your bench together, download our comprehensive assembly guide for step-by-step instructions.

Our garden benches are crafted using a combination of modern and traditional woodworking methods. Mortise and tenon joints are used to hold the larger pieces of timber together, while the bolts ensure your bench can be assembled and disassembled with ease. Mortise and tenon joints have been used in woodworking for thousands of years. A simple and traditional way to connect two pieces of wood, these joints are something of a staple for furniture making and contribute to the robust construction of our garden benches.

The Caldicot requires very little maintenance due to its naturally high oil content and will weather to a silvery-grey patina if left untreated. To retain the natural warm colouration of teak timber, we recommend an annual coating with our premium teak oil. This helps prevent the natural oils from evaporating, revitalises the timber, and ensures your bench is protected from splitting and warping. To ensure your garden bench lasts a lifetime, take a look at our care guide which contains some handy tips for maintaining teak.

The Caldicot comes with a 1 Year Guarantee.

This bench comes with free delivery. Please allow 3-4 working days for your bench to arrive, when ordered before 12pm. Orders after 12pm may be shipped on the next working day.

Orders of large or multiple items may be shipped on a pallet. If you are ordering multiple different items, we will always endeavour to dispatch your goods together. However, separate dispatches may be necessary if the items you have ordered are being shipped from different locations. Check our delivery page or speak to our customer service team for more information.

Please be aware that delivery times and charges may be increased if you want the bench delivered to addresses in the Scottish Highlands & Islands, or outside the UK mainland.

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