The Flavel Arundel multifuel stove is freestanding and contemporary, yet retains some traditional design features. The large glass window offers an unmatched viewing experience, and simple primary and secondary air controls puts you squarely in control of your stove experience.
The Flavel Arundel is a best-seller, and for good reason. This classic yet contemporary stove has it all where it counts.
This compact multifuel stove offers the absolute best value for money, at 4.9kW and 78% efficiency, boasting twin air controls and an external riddling grate, the Flavel Arundel certainly packs a punch.
The Flavel Arundel has a multifuel grate allowing you to burn either wood or coal. This puts you firmly in the driver's seat of your stove, whether you prefer the reassuring crackle of the logs or the warm glow of the coals, every taste is catered to.
DEFRA is the department for environment, food and rural affairs, and their approval on a given stove means that it is permitted to burn wood inside smoke control zones. Check to see whether or not you require a DEFRA approved stove or not here.
Flavel today manufactures gas fires and solid fuel wood burning and multifuel stoves, sourced from around the world and sold in the UK. The Flavel name dates back Norman origins, and was first seen in the UK in the days of William the Conqueror. The Flavel name has been associated with the production of cookers and gas fires for over a century, and is now in the safe hands of BFM Europe.