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"We just wanted to say how impressed and how much of a life saver our little hobbit has been. it was fitted a few months ago in our holiday home in Rhu, Scotland, which is a large open plan conversion in a victorian house. this weekend our boiler decided it was not going to play ball, the little hobbit has stepped up to the challenge providing heat in a very large area, about twenty eight foot by twenty four foot with a high ceiling of about eighteen foot, keeping the room reasonably warm, warm enough for us not to use cardigans."
I have one in my tiny house which is 31 by 8 foot. It is easy to light, stays in at night and I can cook and heat water on the top.
At present it does all my heating, water for dish washing and showers and most of the cooking. I have cooked veggie bacon eggs and mushrooms, stew and dough balls, boiled eggs, soup and many other things.
The air wash keeps the glass clear and the ability to shut air flow right down at night means it easily stays in till morning so the tiny house never drops below 12 degrees and is easy to sustain at 20 degrees in the day.
It looks great, is robust, does not require a structural hearth and being cast iron is a great heat store. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a small stove.
As a family based company we aim to treat our customers with a high level of personal service. We understand that a fire and therefore a stove, is the heart of any room.
We are a Devon based company that is dedicated to providing personal, attentive service in manufacture of high quality small cast iron multi fuel stoves. In addition , we are able to supply a wide range of flue components and offer a free flue system design service to accompany every stove we sell.
Each stove comes complete with multi function tool, mini dustpan and brush set, full instructions and a 5 year warranty.
Constructed for people to enjoy a new form of holiday experience or space for reflection or relaxation or working from home. Allowing you to retain what is potentially a valuable period feature.
We recognised that there was a demand for a ‘Morso’ quality cast iron stove but that had a smaller footprint. This would make it suitable for those places where the space for a stove was more limited. Since 2009, The Hobbit stove has found its home in canal boats, fireplaces, cabins, shepherds huts, pods, tree houses, yurts, workshops, summerhouses and even greenhouses.
We hope other Hobbits will find many more good homes and can guarantee the availability of spares for the next 15 years.