Fires and fireplaces are often treated as the focal point of many rooms and the cost often reflects their visual impact. Many of our customers however simply want a small fire that will add a little warmth to a room and look right on a hearth.
Burley produce the Cottesmore for just such as purpose.
At home either sat in a fire opening or resting on a hearth, the Cottesmore is slightly more expensive than the less decorative Halstead model. It is available in two models: the 224 in black with a back plate,or the 223 with brass legs without the back plate.
Whichever style you choose, the Cottesmore comes with a fan heater producing up to 2kW of useable heat, realistic-looking coals and a clever flicker effect.
This fire is so easy to install (just plug it in) so is ideal where a little extra warmth is needed to supplement central heating.
Burley posted a useful article on their website regarding their electric fire range.