Size isn’t everything.
If you’re looking for a wood-burning stove for a small room, a cabin or a caravan, or you want a stove that will supplement rather than replace another heating supply, then you probably won’t need a stove that’s particularly big.
In smaller spaces, a powerful wood-burning stove will not only look out of place, it will also give off an overpowering amount heat. That’s where a more compact stove can be effective.
With that in mind, here are 6 of the best diminutive wood-burning stoves.
The Mazona Signet is a best-seller when it comes to small woodburners. That has a lot to do with its classic wood-burning stove looks, its solid cast iron body (covered by a five-year warranty) and its price tag.
At the time of writing, the little Signet is available for just £179.99, which is obviously great value for a woodburner. Click here for a closer look.
British-made GBS stoves are proving to be very popular. Their stylish, minimalist appearance and sleek lines have won them lots of fans. The 4kW Mariner model is the smallest stove in the range.
Customer reviews on our website testify that the stove gives out more heat than you might expect. Click here for a closer look.
One of the cutest product names among our entire range of wood-burning stoves and one of the cutest stoves, too. At 4kw, it’s the joint smallest heat output that we offer. And, at just a little wider than a 30cm ruler, it’s positively dinky in stove terms.
But if you looking for a small stove for a small space, you won’t go very far wrong with the Puffin. Click here for a closer look.
It’s no surprise that the Aarrow Acorn is frequently among our bestselling stoves. With an extra 0.5kW oomph over the first two stoves on this list, the Acorn packs a considerable punch for its size.
Couple that with an attractive, modern design and it’s easy to see why so many customers think that this from tiny Acorn mighty heating bills will shrink. Click here for a closer look.
The Orlando is considerably bigger in size than other stoves on this list and also has a slightly larger heat output. That means it’s perfect if you don’t need an overwhelming amount of heat but you still want a substantial stove to be a focal point in your room.
The additional metalwork that goes into the Mazona Orlando is put to use to create a more detailed and ornate design, and a more traditional appearance, than some of the stoves we’ve featured. Click here for a closer look.
This model from the popular Carron range has a heat output of 4.7kW.
Not only is it suitable for use in small spaces like all the stoves on this list, it can also be used in smoke control areas thanks to its DEFRA approval. So you know it has got great clean-burning credentials. Click here for a closer look.