Dry stone walling remains as popular as ever, exuding a distinct character and creating a traditional visual reference point.

We supply our dry walling stone to a large amount of traditional, restoration and landscaping projects, as well as for more contemporary projects. 

Dry Stone Walling Products

Burford Cream dry walling stone

Grange Hill Cream DRY WALLING STONE

Grange Hill Grey Dry walling stone

Dry walling stone specification

Stones are supplied in random, or random guillotined, and are variable in size, with thicknesses typically from approx. 25mm – 90mm.

The best Stone for the job

Traditional dry stone walling

Dry stone walling is a traditional method of constructing stone walls as seen throughout the Cotswolds. The walls are constructed without mortar in order to prevent water from puddling in the wall. Our dry walling stone is designed to be laid in this traditional fashion

FORMAL DRY STONE WALL ENTRANCE

For a more formal dressed appearance to be achieved, it is advised that you allow more time for the wall to be laid by an experienced dry stone wall craftsman who is able to dress the stone accordingly

TOPPING IT OFF

Copings in a “cock and hen” style are also available as seen in this traditional dry wall. Hand dressed toppers selected for suitability

Dry stone walling is a traditional method of constructing stone walls as seen throughout the Cotswolds. The walls are constructed without mortar in order to prevent water from puddling in the wall. Our dry walling stone is designed to be laid in this traditional fashion

For a more formal dressed appearance to be achieved, it is advised that you allow more time for the wall to be laid by an experienced dry stone wall craftsman who is able to dress the stone accordingly

Copings in a “cock and hen” style are also available as seen in this traditional dry wall. Hand dressed toppers selected for suitability

"Cotswold Natural Stone exceeded our expectations. Their wide choice of blends and mixes allowed us to achieve exactly the effect and match we wanted."

Steve Johnson, SMJ Project Services Ltd