Mendip Stoves


About Mendip Stoves

Mendip Stoves manufacture wood-burning heaters and stoves that embody the very best materials to deliver super performance and heat output.

Mendip StovesMendip specify a tough British-made steel body and cast iron door to provide many years of service while optimum performance is achieved via an internally insulated chamber for temperature combustion.

Being a British manufacturer, Mendip Stoves have a special awareness of what a wood burner should be in the English and British home – particularly the quintessential character of the country home and the period cottage. They decided a wood-burning stove should be as much a part of the home as a favourite of item of furniture – after all, it does become the focal centre of comfort and becomes a centerpiece of the ambiance that can be created.

So in conjunction with a local specialist partner, Mendip Stoves have introduced a number of beautiful enamel finishes designed to break away from the ubiquitous black cast iron.

Two popular Mendip stoves are the Mendip 5 Ivory and the Mendip 8 Claret. Both finishes are coated with a vitreous enamel three stage process giving a lustrous deep shine which provides an easy to clean and durable finish.

The Ivory finish is a highly versatile colour way mixing and matching with most decors while the Claret is a richfinishes are coated with a vitreous enamel three stage process  statement hue that gives the stove a distinctive look. Both have a stainless steel handle and central air control.

What Mendip Stoves have discovered is that the concept of enamel finishes has found equal popularity with the contemporary urban property market.

As well as the Ivory and Claret, Mendip Stoves also supply a Black Glossy and Powder Blue enamel finish.


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A New Generation of Colourful Hand Crafted Wood Burning Stoves

This winter, forget boring matt black stoves and fires and say hello to the new generation of colourful hand crafted wood burning stoves from Mendip. In line with the current trend for enamelled products and appliances, the Mendip 5 and 8 Enamel come in a gorgeous selection of shades – powder blue, claret and cream, as well as a glossy painted black multi-fuel option for wood or coal. Perfect for creating a focal point while cosying up your home this winter, this really is a stove for all seasons.

As part of the Eurostove range, Mendip Stoves specialise in wood burning heaters and stoves made from the finest materials to deliver maximum heat output with outstanding performance time after time. The Enamel collection is the perfect blend of classic and contemporary design with a beautiful vitreous enamel shine and deep gloss finish. Durable and easy to clean, they are small but perfectly formed, which makes them ideal for rural retreats as well as chic city apartments.

The Enamel collection is British made and is available in two sizes – 5kW and 8kW. It features new cast iron doors and convection top plate as well as stunning milled stainless steel handles and controls.

This cute and colourful stove is also part of the Woodland Trust offer from Eurostove. For every stove sold, Mendip Stoves will donate £10 to the Woodland Trust, the UK’s leading conservation charity. Chris Baines, Managing Director of Eurostove Ltd, said:  “Eurostove and Mendip Stoves are delighted to be working with the Woodland Trust, helping the charity to plant Hand Crafted Mendip Enamel Stovehundreds of trees. We have a huge commitment to being a sustainable business, which includes encouraging our customers to use wood from sustainable sources to power our stoves. We see the Woodland Trust as being the perfect fit and are delighted that our support will see the planting and protection of trees across the UK.”

Karl Mitchell, Director of Fundraising at the Woodland Trust, said: “It is great that Mendip Stoves has chosen to dedicate money through planting trees from the sales of their stoves. They have a clear commitment to promoting the use of sustainably sourced wood. The support will contribute to us increasing woodland cover in the UK – essential with the UK having just 13 per cent cover as opposed to the European average of 44 per cent.”