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Optimal size Pavilion 14.9 m2 is perfect for gatherings of a family and a group of close friends. It's a cozy place to rest or have a small party. Inside the Pavilion you can enjoy a light coming through big windows and glazed doors as well as a grill, which is installed in the middle. So anyone would be happy to spend his/her time in a bright Pavilion while eating delicious grilled food and making a weekend of it.

Pavilion walls are made of rounded spruce boards with the dimensions 45 x 145 mm. A roof of the pavilion is covered with bitumen shingles, and there are seven double glazed windows, three of which open. Besides that, the doors are double-hinged and glazed.

People 14 - 20persons
Timber Spruce
Shape Octagonal
Room One Room inside
Inside area 14.9square meters
Diameter 4651mm
Total height 3800mm
Wall height 1880mm
Floor thickness 46mm
Roof thickness 67mm
Wall thickness 45mm
External dimension 4242 x 4242mm
Door size 1020 x 1600mm
Window size 1020 x 1540mm
Wall, roof, floor panels;
Roof covered with bitumen shingles of your selected color;
Inside grill with cooking platforms and tables around the grill;
Adjustable chimney;
7 double glass windows (3 of them are opening);
Double doors with a lock and windows;
7 inside benches (2 of them are folding benches);
Cushions for the benches.
Assembling time 8hours
Size of pallets (LxWxH) 3.5 x 1.2 x 2.55m
Weight 1800kg

Standard grill is packed with the pavilion together but we strongly recommend to choose packing on a separate pallet of size (L x W x H): 1.20 x 0.80 x 1.25 m.
"Viking" grill is packed only on a separate pallet. Size (L x W x H): 1.20 x 0.80 x 1.25 m. 
"Luxury" grill is packed only on a separate pallet of size (L x W x H): 1.20 x 0.80 x 1.25 m. 
"Premium" grill is packed only on a separate pallet of size (L x W x H): 1.20 x 0.80 x 1.25 m. 

~ We pack all accessories on the same pallet if it is possible. Otherwise all accessories will be packed on a separate pallet.

It is very important to have a proper foundation for your Pavilion. Therefore we recommend making the foundation according to the sketches here.
First of all, foundation must be prepared according to the landscape and ground conditions. Consult a qualified builder or an engineer to prepare a proper foundation, which fits your location. Make sure to complete the site preparation and the foundation before unpacking and assembling the Pavilion.
Also in order to avoid a smoke in the Pavilion we strongly recommend installing 100-120 mm diameter ventilation pipes on 2 or 3 different foundation sides. Please note that these ventilation pipes must be covered so that no rain, leaves or anything else get there.

"Premium" 8-corner Grill and Chimney set

"Viking" Grill and Chimney

Standard 8-corner Grill and Chimney

Luxury Grill and Chimney

Without Grill and Chimney (available)

Available roof colors

Available roof colors - Black Bitumen black shingles
Available roof colors - Green Bitumen green shingles
Available roof colors - Red Bitumen red shingles

The Color of Cushions: blue or brown

Opening windows for Pavilion

  • 3 opening windows from 7 (standard);
  • 4 opening windows from 7;
  • 5 opening windows from 7;
  • 6 opening windows from 7;
  • 7 opening windows from 7.

Flower Pot for Pavilion and Grill

Firewood Ring

Grill cover 8 corners

Grill table safety fence 8 corners*

Brown curtains set for Pavilion

White linen curtains set for Pavilion


Reindeer hides

Stainless steel door sill

Wooden dishes and flatware set**

USAGE. The surfaces of the new product that are in direct contact with the flames may create smoky smell while warming up using your grill for the first time. We advise to keep the door open during the first usage and not to cook until the smell has cleared. All metal grill details are covered with Temal 400 paints. The paint does not consist of unhealthy compounds and no chemicals hazardous to health are released during heating. It’s also bears dry heat up to 400 degrees centigrade. Some splitting and burning of the paint is normal, because in the long run the paint does not bear the heat of the flames.

Please note, that the grill may have sharp edges and the steel parts of the grill heats up when the fire is firing, therefore the are risk to harm or burn yourself. We suggest to use natural materials, starter cubes or a little of lighter fluid with small dry birch logs for lighting the fire. To make a fire lighting more easier and to ensure that the grill is getting enough air, open the damper and keep the door open as well.

The bigger logs can be added when the fire is burning well. Choose a non-sparking wood type; avoid using spruce or aspen and wood covered with bark. We advise to use logs with max length 300 mm. To get good ember we advise to add some charcoal as well. In order to achieve optimal ember, regulate the ventilation with opening and closing the damper. Sufficient fresh airflow is most essential aspect of smoke exhaustion. At least as much fresh air should come in as goes out with the smoke. If the grill is smoking open the door of the cabin and make sure that the wood is dry or not bark covered. Provide additional dry wood if needed. Remove coals and ashes from the fireplace after they have cooled down.

MAINTENANCE. You should not forget that wood is a natural material, it change move depending on weather conditions. Large and small cracks, color tone differences and changes, as well as a changing structure of wood are not errors, but a result of wood growing and a feature of wood as a natural material. Natural wood (not impregnated) becomes grayish after having been left untouched for a while, and can be turn blue and become moldy. You should immediately process them with wood impregnations to protect the wooden details of our produced products.

We definitely recommend that you process the door and windows with a wood impregnation agent, and do it namely both inside and outside, because the doors and windows can become twisted. In general, we recommend for the conclusive finishing a weather protection paint that will protect wood from moisture and UV radiation after the Pavilion is assembled. Consult a specialist regarding paints suitable for unprocessed softwood and follow the paint manufacturer’s instructions. Your Pavilion life time will be much longer after having properly painted. We recommend that you inspect the Pavilion thoroughly once every six month.