Handmade Prestige Gates
Intricately crafted and beautifully presented, our range of handmade prestige gates are sure to make a bold statement. As with all of our gates our prestige range is created by our skilled craftsmen in our workshop in Wales. So if you’re looking for a beautifully designed gate that has been carefully constructed then our prestige range is the right choice for you.
These timeless gates will make the right first impression and are equally at home in the town or country. As with our other timber gate ranges all of our luxury gates are available in your choice of timber from the following selection: Seasoned Oak, Iroko, Sapele, Idigbo, Western Red Cedar and Joinery Redwood.
And like our courtyard gates these prestige gates can be built with automation in mind meaning they’re a great choice for all types of property.
Our prestige style of gate is available in the following timber selections:
Western Red Cedar
Note: This style of gate can be constructed to accommodate gate automation.
From our St Asaph gate that was purpose built for the National Trust to our classic style Pembrey, our prestige style gates use modern techniques to create traditional inspired gates that will last a lifetime. Use the gates below as the starting point for a traditional gate for your property or just tell us your ideas and we’ll be happy to turn them into a reality. Whatever your needs at Trew Gates we’ll help you find the right style of gate for your property.
Get in touch with our friendly team today on 01570 480 400 and we’ll be happy to provide you with a free, no obligation quote and provide you with all the information you need to make the right choice for your gate.
St Asaph GateThis gate has a unique feel. We first designed this gate for the national trust 20 years ago. This gate will look great in any setting.
PembreyA fusion of chunky timber and steel.
St David GateOne of our customers approached us to recreate an existing gate that had been in situ for over 60 years. We gladly recreated this classic using modern techniques so it will last longer than 60 years this time.