Choose from a range of beautiful tennis court pavilions from
En-Tout-Cas to complete your court
We offer a range of premium quality tennis court pavilions to complement your court. Manufactured by timber specialists, our courts – in classic designs – will provide a useful and attractive addition to the beauty of an En-Tout-Cas tennis court.
En-Tout-Cas tennis court pavilions are craftsmen-built from FSC-certified timber and finished to the highest standards to give years of enjoyment.
There are four pavilions in our range, and they are designed to meet most needs. However, if you have a specific design in mind, we can design a bespoke pavilion for you.
The Syston Arbour
The Syston Arbour offers an attractive sheltered seating area, alongside your tennis court, as a place to enjoy the match or to coach your players. Or, just as a lovely relaxing seat after your match, for that well-earned cup of tea or a
G & T. This arbour is manufactured from pressure impregnated European redwood, with a decorative blue stain, and has a charming cedar shingle roof with timber finial, as standard. The box seating offers a convenient, self contained storage space for all of your tennis equipment.
• Height to top of roof - 3.09m
• Height to eaves - 1.43m
• Width - 3.636m
• Depth - 1.296m
The Hillyard offers the best of both worlds with an area to view your grounds and to store your tennis equipment.
• Height to top of roof - 3.45m
• Height to eaves - 2.35m
• Width - 4.836m
• Depth - 3.036m
The Hillyard has a sizeable storage area enabling the equipment to be securely and neatly tidied away at the end of play. And, with the integral covered seating area, this building provides a very practical solution for your court surrounds with the perfect spectator shelter, if needed, from sun or wind.
The Hillyard has painted, laminated glazed windows, with a decorative Gothic finish, and traditional oak posts. Manufactured in pressure impregnated European redwood, with a dark green stain, the building has a cedar shingle roof. Copper guttering and downpipes can also be added to the building, if desired.
The Championship Lodge
A champion among pavilions, for looks and space, and ideal for a celebratory Pimms with friends.
• Height to top of roof - 3.50m
• Height to eaves - 2.00m
• Width - 3.638m
• Width of building including roof overhang - 4.238m
• Depth - 2.420m
• Depth of building including roof overhang - 3.020m
A spacious and distinctive pavilion that will sit comfortably next to your En-Tout-Cas tennis court. The Championship Lodge is the perfect space for keeping spare equipment, for getting changed ready to play or simply to entertain friends before, during or after your match.
Manufactured in Larch, complete with striking cedar shingle roof, the Championship Lodge is internally lined with tongue and groove style boarding. The underside of the roof is lined in a plain boarding, and is painted in an off white finish, as is the internal lining. The doors and windows are pressure impregnated and can be painted, as required. Copper guttering and downpipes can also be added to the building, if desired.
The Marland Pavilion
The Marland is a quintessentially British pavilion design that will fit in extremely well in any court-side setting.
• Height to top of roof - 3.64m
• Height to eaves - 2.35m
• Width - 4.236m
• Depth - 4.836m
The Marland Pavilion will most certainly add a charming visual addition to the landscape and your grounds. A delightful building that offers the perfect retreat after a long day, as well as a practical court-side structure to assist with storage, shelter or entertaining. The painted cottage style doors and windows add the perfect finishing touch to this traditional style pavilion. The Hillyard is manufactured in pressure impregnated European redwood with a light green stain finish. The cedar shingle roof is lined in plain boarding, with the walls lined in tongue and groove style boarding, both painted in off white to match. Copper guttering and downpipes can also be added to the building, if desired.
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