Our Edinburgh Showroom is now closed, please click here to find out more



A warm welcome awaits

We have two purposed built showrooms in Edinburgh and Inverness! Both with off street parking and live stoves on all day, the kettle is always on even if you are just popping in to say hello…


Bonk - Edinburgh

Abbey Lane, Edinburgh, EH8 8HL

Opening Hours

Our Edinburgh showroom will be closed on 10th - 13th June, open as normal on Saturday 14th June..

Mon – Closed
Tues - Fri – 10am - 6pm
Sat - 10am - 4pm
Sun - Closed


Our Edinburgh showroom has been there since early 2015, a brave new expansion to the Bonk & Co business, and we haven’t looked back since! Whether you’re looking for some inspiration or looking to take a stove away with you our great collection is the place to start. With a wide range available, we stock everything from DEFRA approved 5kW stoves to built in gas fires, Scandinavian free standing wood burners and everything in between.
Not to mention everything that comes with using a wood burning stove! We can help you find stylish accessories to match your room decor and even deliver your wood and kindling to your door with our log delivery service. To speak to our Edinburgh team, please feel free to call 0131 202 5081.



Unit 2
Abbeyhill Industrial Estate
Abbey Lane

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Mon Closed, Tues-Fri 10am–6pm
Sat 10am–4pm, Sun Closed

Trade – During closed hours, please contact Scott directly.



Something we get asked a lot is if you can use a wood burning stove in Edinburgh. The whole of Edinburgh is a smoke control area, which means that smoke can’t be emitted from the chimney of any building, however you are allowed to use a wood burning stove that has been approved for use in a smoke control area. Some solid fuel stoves, ovens, boilers and wood burners have been approved for use in smoke control areas. These can burn sold fuel or wood without emitting smoke if they are installed and used properly. Otherwise, fuels that you can use for heating homes, buildings and water include gas, electricity and some brands of solid fuel that have been authorised for use in smoke control areas. Fuel that hasn’t been authorised can’t be delivered in a smoke control area unless the fuel is to be used in an exempt appliance. See the advice on authorised fuels and exempt appliances on Defra’s website.


From the city centre you can take a number 5, 19, 26, 44, 45, 103 & 113 bus and get off at Abbey Hill, then we are located just down Abbey Lane towards Holyrood Palace. Alternatively, a taxi will only cost you a small amount from the centre of town. For the more adventurous, it would take you between 20 – 30 minutes walk.
Once here we have an off street car park and plenty comfy sofas to get your breath back!

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