Multi-fuel Stoves

Below are just some examples of our favourite and best selling multi-fuel stoves from a range of manufacturers. Please Contact us for more info. and to arrange a visit to our Little Stove Shop.

Hunter Stoves Herald 6

The Herald 6 is the envy of it’s competitors. That’s because not only has it been fully independently tested on both wood and smokeless fuel, but it gives an impressive output of up to 7.5kW, which is very high for its size. The Herald 6 incorporates all the features of the Herald range and is available in plenty of options, giving you flexibility to design a stove that will suit your décor. Choosing the door is just your first step; next decide whether you’d like the optional canopy or back boiler (capable of fueling two radiators), and which finish will complement your room.

Heat Output Range (kW)4 – 7.5
Nominal Output (kW)6.5
Defra Approved (Multifuel models only)Yes
Efficiency (%)75.9
CO Emissions (at 13% O2) (%)0.27
Air Brick RequiredYes
Can be installed on a 12mm hearthYes
Weight (kg)101
Stove TechnologyTripleburn Technology
Hot Airwash (to keep the glass clean)Yes
Canopy OptionLow and High Canopy
Boiler OptionClip in Boiler

Pevex Newbourne FS35 EcoDesign

The smallest multifuel stove in the Newbourne range, making it ideal for installation into small fireplaces and today’s smaller homes. Improved firebox technology for 2018 meeting Ecodesign requirements.

  • 200mm & 400mm Log store stand
  • Optional rear heat shield to reduce clearance to combustibles to 150mm
ModelNewbourne 35FS
Width x depth x height (mm)376 x 356 x 570
Weight (kg)76
Log length (mm)260
Flue dia. (mm) outlet & position128 Top/rear
Nominal output (kW)4.6
Range rating (kW)1.5-6
Distance from rear of stove to centre of top flue outlet (mm)131
Distance to flammable materials: From back (mm)400
– From back with optional heat shield fitted (mm)185
– From sides (mm)400
– From front (mm)800
Heating area (m²)20-70
Efficiency (net): Wood82.6%
Efficiency (net): Smokeless fuel80%
CO% @ 13% O2: Wood0.10
CO% @ 13% O2: Smokeless fuel0.27
CertifiedCE, EN13240, Ecodesign
Defra approved

Hunter Parkray Consort 4

Space may be tight, but there’s no need to compromise on your stove. This multi-fuel stove has a powerful presence. With an average of 4kW heat output, the Consort 4 outperforms many of its bigger competitors.

And it’s not just big on heat: it’s big on features, too. After 20 years of making our acclaimed stoves, we’ve harnessed our expertise to produce a functional, no-compromise, super-compact model. Of course you can use it to burn wood, coal or sustainable fuel; you can trust it to smoulder away overnight; and you can adjust the grate using the cool-touch handle. But you can expect even more from a Consort.

Our revolutionary ‘Cleanburn’ technology allows fewer gases into the atmosphere than traditional stoves do. It does this by reigniting the gases that are released as the fuel burns, which gives you even more heat and reduces environmental gas emissions.

Need another reason to choose the Consort 4?

Just like the rest of the range, the 4 has a clever ‘airwash’, which keeps smoke and carbon off the glass window (so you don’t have to). So – for cosy, romantic moments without the environmental or cleaning consequences – the Consort 4 is a clear winner.

Heat Output Range (kW) 3 – 5.5
Nominal Output (kW) 4.7
Defra Approved (Multifuel models only) Yes
Efficiency (%) 72.8
CO Emissions (at 13% O2) (%) 0.27
Air Brick Required No
Can be installed on a 12mm hearth Yes
Weight (kg) 70
Stove Technology Tripleburn Technology
Hot Airwash (to keep the glass clean) Yes
Canopy Option Low Canopy
Boiler Option N/A