Stylish, atmospheric and efficient to run, woodburning stoves are a popular heat source for modern living spaces. When it comes to choosing a woodburning stove however, your decision will also be based on how the stove looks. So, we have put together a list of the latest stoves on offer.

Features to look out for:

  • Cleanburn: Stoves with this labelling function in a way that burns the gases given off in the first burn, stopping them from escaping the flue or sooting up the glass screen.
  • Airwash: Air is blown over the glass screen to prevent combustion gases from creating soot here.
  • Opti-burn: Stovax offers this function which balances the heat output and the airwash function for a more efficient burn.
  • Autopilot: Some stoves will self-regulate the air intake for maximum efficiency meaning you can sit back and relax rather than manually adjusting it.
Contura’s C596 woodburning stove

Contura’s C596 has a glass door and sidelights encased in a white enamel finish. The clean burning system also keeps the glass clean. (

Stovax's Vogue woodburning stove with original plinth

The new Small Vogue woodburner from Stovax is approved for use in DEFRA Smoke Control Areas. It costs from £1,095. (

An S-shaped woodburning stove from Scan

Jøtul’s Scan 66-5 has a sweeping S-shaped base with integrated storage for logs, is available in black or white gloss and is DEFRA approved. Priced from £2,075. (

Morso's 6843 woodburning stove

The 6843 Morsø Foundry stove has an automatic self-closing door, a log storage base, and meets high environmental requirements. Priced at £1,600. (


The Langbrook 5kW Solid Fuel Stove from Dimplex has a tested heat output of 5kW and costs £729. (

Pyroclassic's IV woodburning stove

Pyroclassic’s IV can be fitted with a water heating element, providing up to 3.7kW of hot water for all your domestic needs, and has a 10mm thick steel top plate which provides an excellent surface for boiling the kettle, slow cooking or even baking bread. POA. (

Dunsley’s Highlander 5 Enviroburn SOLO slimline woodburning stove

Dunsley’s Highlander 5 Enviroburn SOLO slimline woodburning stove, complete with pedestal design in a metallic blue finish, costs from £1,075.20. (

The Greenstyle Bewdley Stove from Worcester Bosch Group

The Greenstyle Bewdley Stove from Worcester, Bosch Group is available in 3kW, 5kW and 8kW models and is DEFRA approved. POA. (

The Sigma 490 woodburning stove from Capital Fireplaces

The traditional-style Sigma 490 from Capital Fireplaces is perfect for smaller spaces. Prices start at £799. (

Purevision PV5W Stove from Charlton and Jenrick

The Purevision PV5W Stove on Small Stand from Charlton & Jenrick. RRP £1,439 (

The York Midi by Clearview Stoves

The York Midi 5kW from Ludlow Stoves offers flexible air control and costs approx. £749 (

Woodburning Stove from the Victorian Emporium

The French Monopole Woodburning Stove from The Victorian Emporium costs £1,080 (

Uniq 13 by Varde Stoves

The Varde Uniq 13 — see your fire from every angle. It’s priced at £1,599 (

Huntngdon by Stovax

The Huntingdon 30 from Stovax features gothic detailing and costs approx. £1,250 (

66 woodburning stove by Scan

Scan’s 66 woodburning stove from, with tempered glass handle costs from £1,899.95 (

Nordpeis Bergen

The Bergen woodburning stove from Nordpeis costs £1,135 (

Lotus Living in Ice Metallic

The Living Series from Lotus — modules that make a statement. From £2,885 (

LF 10 black from LogFire Stoves

Log Fire Stoves’ LF 10 black and majave double-sided stove. POA (

Loxton 5 or 6 RS.1

Eurostoves’ traditional-style Loxton 5 is a 4.6kW stove. From £765 (

Ironheart by Esse

The Esse Ironheart is a cooking stove that also burns logs. From approx. £3,900 (

Sense 103 from Dovre

Dovre Sense 103 in matt black with glass sides starts from £1,595 (

Sense 203 from Dovre

The Dovre Sense 203 — a cast iron stove with a contemporary look. It costs approx. 1,895 (

Vision 500 by Clearview Stoves

The Clearview Vision 500 features a hot air-wash system for a clean burn. POA (

CL5 Midline Stove by Yeoman

Yeoman’s CL5 Midline Stove, with storage space beneath costs approx. £1,185 (

The Island III by Charnwood

The Island III from Charnwood looks reassuringly sturdy. From approx. £2,050 (

7.3kW stove in Antique Enamel from Carron Stoves

7.3kW stove in Antique Enamel from Carron Stoves Direct costs £899 (

Freestanding i400F by Arada Stoves

Arada Stoves’ freestanding i400F multi-fuel stove. POA (

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