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Stone Cobbles & Edgings

Enjoy classic style in your landscaping with natural stone cobbles and edging. Choose a range of stone cobbles and edgings, including smooth-finished limestone and multi-toned sandstone, to create your ideal garden pathway, patio, or driveway.

If you plan on using stone cobbles for your driveway flooring, we even offer specially robust drivestone cobble setts to handle the weight and wear of your car. Finish with driveway cobblestone edging for a stylish and smart space. 

Our edging setts, including sandstone and limestone edging, create beautiful and protective surrounds for a flower bed or pond, or can be used to give definition to a pathway or patio. 

Cobbles are equally useful in a garden or outdoor space, with a pretty appearance and sturdiness to handle heavy foot traffic and more. 

Stone cobbles and edging are also an environmentally friendly choice in your landscaping as they are fully naturally sourced.

 Use stone cobbles and edging in your garden today for beautiful and durable paving.

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Why Choose Natural Stone Cobblestone Landcape Edging

Natural stones are a beautiful and classic choice for cobblestone garden edging. Having been created by nature, they’re easily able to resist the elements and remain durable over time. They’re also incredibly dense and strong, ideal for high-traffic areas as well as driveways. 


Natural stones are also a highly sustainable choice for your garden edging cobbles, being sourced straight from the natural world rather than manufactured. 


What Type of Stone to Use For Garden Edging and Cobbles

When enhancing your outdoor space with natural stones, you want to select the stone type that best suits your garden and its needs the best. To help you, we’ve summarised each stone we offer below. 


Sandstone Cobblestone Edging

Sandstone cobbles are a sought-after choice among designers and homeowners alike for their distinctive natural charm. Each piece is unique, showcasing a variety of earthy tones from warm browns to vibrant reds, offering endless design possibilities. These cobbles are not just about aesthetics; they’re also known for their hard-wearing nature and anti-slip properties, making them ideal for high-traffic areas like driveways and patios.


Limestone Cobblestone Edging

Limestone cobbles are synonymous with elegance and sophistication. They offer a smoother finish compared to their sandstone counterparts, and their subtle colour palette makes them an excellent choice for modern and minimalist designs. Beyond their visual appeal, limestone cobbles boast of durability, capable of withstanding harsh weather conditions, ensuring your outdoor spaces maintain their allure year-round.


Granite Cobblestone Edging

Granite cobbles, often referred to as Belgium Blocks, are renowned for their robustness and timeless appeal. Because of their exceptional durability, they’re a preferred choice for edging driveways, gardens, patios, and walkways. Plus, the natural stone-like edge provides an elegant boundary between different elements of your landscape, adding visual depth and interest.

How to Lay Cobblestone Setts

Create a natural stone cobble driveway or terrace with our tips:


  1. Mark out the area to be cobbled with spray paint.
  2. Check the area is level, fixing raised or uneven patches with a rake.
  3. Firm up the ground with a plate compactor.
  4. Add your MOT type 1 sub-base material.
  5. Compact the first layer of your sub-base material with your plate compactor, ensuring it is around 75mm deep.
  6. Repeat with the second layer.
  7. Mix your mortar and apply thickly over your sub-base.
  8. Add your cobbles, leaving gaps between them of 8-15mm.
  9. Tap your natural stone cobble setts into place with a rubber mallet.
  10. Place your jointing solution between the setts and compress with a pointing tool.
  11. Leave the cobbled area to set for a day.

See our guide on laying cobble setts for further guidance.

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