Somerfield Gates (5 bar)

Somerfield Gates (5 bar)

£126.27£262.98 inc. VAT

  • Our most popular 5 bar gate
  • Good value mid-range, diamond braced 5 bar gate suitable for driveway or field entrance use
  • Planed, treated softwood with stainless steel bolts
  • Widths from 0.91m (3′) to 3.65m (12′)
  • 0.91m (3′) to 3.65m (12′) usually in stock
  • Somerfield gates can be made to special widths
  • Height to the top of the top rail 1.09m (3′ 7″)
  • These gates are Left & Right hand hanging
  • See our blog- Field gate hanging measurements infographic for help with measuring up for 5 bar style field or driveway gates.

More Information

The Somerfield is our best selling 5 bar gate. It is a traditional diamond braced gate manufactured from treated timber for longevity. It is suitable for most entrances, including house or business driveways, fields with cattle or sheep and equestrian sand schools.

The Somerfield 5 bar gate is robust, with a tapered top rail and a larger hanging stile for added strength.
It has a planed finish and is assembled with stainless steel bolts.

The Somerfield is also available with an extra 6th bar to reduce the gaps between the lower rails to safeguard pets.

To help you install your new gate(s), we supply various fittings to complement a 5 bar style gate.

Crestala Fencing is a stockist and supplier of Charltons Gates, one of the UK’s leading gate manufacturers. They have an extensive range of Softwood Field Gates. For more detailed information, visit

For gates purchased from Crestala but manufactured by Charltons Gates, please read their wood care instructions at

These gates are pressure treated and, in theory, do not require any further treatment. However, we strongly recommend that you follow the instructions for oiling gates made with pressure treated timber in our Crestala gate care information. Also, please, read the recommendations on our “Important Gate Care Information” sheet for more detailed instructions.

All wooden gates are susceptible to natural movement or shaking (cracks in the timber) as the wood expands and contracts during the normal weathering process. This is not considered to be a defect unless very severe.
We do not recommend using dark stains as they attract heat which may cause additional movement in the timber.

Additional information


0.91m (3'), 1.09m (3'6"), 1.21m (4'), 1.52m (5'), 1.83m (6'), 2.13m (7'), 2.43m (8'), 2.74m (9'), 3.04m (10'), 3.35m (11'), 3.65m (12'), 3.96m (13'), 4.26m (14')

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