Is there a feeling more satisfying than building up a stove at the end of the day, filling your home with warmth as you settle in for the evening? Than coming in from the cold to spend a winter afternoon by the fire?

Give your home’s hearth some heart with a traditional wood burner, or a contemporary multi-fuel stove designed to burn a range of efficient smokeless fuels. Create a space to relax, unwind and – most importantly – warm up.

Browse Traditional Stoves, Contemporary Stoves, Inset Stoves and Tall Modern Stoves, or browse our full range by style and heat output below.

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Find the right stove for your home

Whether you choose a wood burner or multi-fuel stove, there are a wide range of styles available for each. Traditional styles perfectly complement rustic interiors – particularly in a fireplace with exposed brickwork – while contemporary designs can suit the most chic and modern homes. Many styles have integrated storage spaces for a neat and tidy log pile, while tall stoves can serve as a truly impressive statement piece.

Burners and stoves from Yorkshire Stoves and Fireplaces are available in a wide range of heat outputs. You can filter the listing above by your desired kW output – if you’re not sure what you need, please feel free to get in touch with any questions.

What’s the difference between a wood burner and a multi-fuel stove?

It’s all in the name – although both may be available in near-identical designs, a multi-fuel stove is designed to burn a wider range of fuels, while a wood burner should only be used for wood.

There are many energy efficient and environmentally friendly options that you can burn in your stove – anthracite briquettes, turf logs, even fuels made from recycled coffee grounds. However, you should not burn coal in a multi-fuel stove.

Although they can look very similar, the two types of stove also have different constructions – multi-fuel stoves have a grate to allow air to circulate and ash to fall through. However, wood burns more efficiently if the ash is kept within the fire, so wood burners generally don’t have a grate.

The finishing touches

A log burner transforms a room – more than just a heat source, it’s a design feature that also requires proper care. Browse our full range of stove accessories for log storage solutions, tools and sparkguards.