Case Study – Williamstone Farm Steadings

Posted on 10 April, 2018

If something is good, it’s always good. This is the case for our good friends at Williamstone Farm Steadings who installed not…Read more

Case Study – Williamstone Farm Steadings

Posted on 10 April, 2018

If something is good, it’s always good.

This is the case for our good friends at Williamstone Farm Steadings who installed not one, but four Rais Rina wood burning stoves.

Williamstone Farm Steadings are set in their own four acre plot of stunning farmland on the edge of North Berwick. The three properties available for booking all share their own individual subtle luxury, a combination of traditional farm buildings complemented by modern sympathetic restoration as well as a Rais Rina wood burning stove in each property. Rina has a large glass door, and the fire looks stunning through the large window. There is a shaking grate and a useful ash tray. The stove is available with top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Air-System, which takes combustion air from the outside, is also available for Rina. This beautiful and functional stove has an elegant, rounded front, oblique sides and does not take a lot of space. Fantastic in either a free standing situation or in a large fireplace.

Each fire is slightly different in it’s situation, perhaps the most unique is the illuminated CorTen steel lined fire chamber and matching log store in the main house. The three others stoves are all fitted with an insulated twin wall flue systems finished in stainless steel.


The Barn

The Main House

The Bothy

The Byre

 

Distance to Combustible materials
To Side Wall in mm 350
To Rear Wall in mm 150
Recommended distance in mm to non-flammable wall, sides and back in mm 50
Specifications
Output 5kW
Efficiency 79%
Weight 105kg
Dimensions (W-D-H) in mm 461 – 411 – 901

 

We hope you find some inspiration here, please contact us if you would like to discuss a similar project. Or for a closer look, why not book a night and experience the fires first hand!