Multifuel Stoves


The timeless appeal of a stove is hard to beat and the new collection of Aga stoves are as beautiful as they are practical. Every model uses the latest clean-burn technology to maximise the efficient use of energy and minimise the effect on the environment.

And the stoves in the range are available as either a wood burning only or a wood-burning/solid fuel stove, which is better for the planet as burning timber from coppiced or managed forests is cost-efficient and helps conserve fossil fuels. Using a wood burning stove offers a carbon neutral and sustainable heat source – growing trees take in carbon dioxide which is then released when the wood rots or is burnt.

The Aga Contemporary stoves offer the latest in design in terms of their clean lines and clean burning operation. Some are for burning wood only while others have a multifuel capability.

There are few things as delightful as listening to the crackle of a real fire and a stove from AGA is the very best way to enjoy this most elemental of pleasures. They create a beautiful focal point and can keep a space warm and cosy.

The Ellesmere EC4 and EC5 achieved an A+ energy rating, while the wider EC5W achieves an A rating. All models in the range have steel bodies and cast-iron doors and have the classic good looks the Ellesmere collection is well known for. The three new models have been designed to ensure the very best aesthetics, enhanced performance and, importantly, they’re 2022 compliant and DEFRA-approved.

This initiative sets new levels for low emissions for clean multifuel burning, giving you peace of mind that you have a stove that meets the very latest standards. Available in a number of sizes, the new Ellesmere multi-fuel stoves feature stylish stainless steel air control knobs and handles as standard or you can opt for a sleek black finish on the hardware. These multi-fuel stoves look fantastic in both contemporary and traditional spaces and make a real statement while offering a practical heating solution for rooms of all sizes.