Posted: 22/03/2016 at 08:06
I'd agree with Tetley about getting some climbers to disguise the fence - there'll be plenty of choice for that aspect with a bit of soil improvement as mentioned.
Do you need to have a seating area there? What are the other areas of the garden like for doing that? obelixx is right - you need quite a bit of room for a table and chairs so, rather than shoehorning it in, you might be able to locate that somewhere else and perhaps have a bench or something similar if you want a seat there.
A timber revetment wall is quite easy to do if you want to make one big bed. Sleepers would do the job really well if you don't want to go to the expense of stone/brick. A cheaper alternative that you can do yourself is posts concreted in and covered with exterior ply. You can then face them with timber of your choice and put a timber coping on it - to form the seat as obelixx describes. I did that in a previous garden. Budget and time can be big factors when doing any project of that type