Orland Glamping Stove



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Orland Stoves, the stove for those who enjoy camping with a touch glamour; for those using their bell tents as accomodation in colder climates and those choosing to live in their bell tents.

Straight out of Denmark and made from the finest quality materials the Orland Glamping Stove is the ideal heavy duty, long lasting camp stove for those looking for a more permanent set up. With three windows, the glow from the fire emanates through the tent creating a wonderful relaxing and romantic scene. Logs of wood can be stored and kept dry beneath the stove.

The Orland Stove can be used to cook upon and an oven can be added for those wanting to bake bread or cakes or to cook a roast!


Orland Glamping Stove for Bell Tent

The Orland stove is a portable camping stove hand-made in Denmark to high specifications, the only stove of it’s kind to boast ceramic glass windows and a fully lined firebox, making it one of the world’s most efficient stoves of it’s size.

Under the stove is a collapsible bin to store and dry wood which doubles as a stove stand with an integral catch pan for ashes. The firebox itself is a very high-efficiency 1pc welded design, lined with Skamolex synthetic firebrick and a full-size internal baffle plate.

Unique to the Orland stove is it’s side-exit stove pipe, making it ideal for our bell tents. Traditionally, top exit stoves necessitated that a hole be cut in the roof of our bell tents so that the Stove Jack could be installed, which created the possibility for leaks during rainy weather.

The Orland was designed from the ground-up to be compatible with the design of the bell tent. The side-exit stove pipe allows the screen netting from one of the windows to be cut through which the chimney can be placed.

The Stove comes with it’s own insulator pipe. The stove pipe comes with clamps and a spark arrestor. The Orland stove comes standard with it’s own transport case and has optional accessories such as antler door handles and a stovetop oven! Not suitable for coal. Use wood that is dry and does not spark to avoid ash burns to the canvas of the tent (from the outside).


Please educate yourself with regards to the dangers of fire and carbon monoxide associated with the use of wood stoves inside tents. Always extinguish a heat source before going to sleep. We advise the use of a spark mat under your stove. Breathe Bell Tents is not liable for any damage or injury resulting in the use of any manner of flame or heat source inside of any tent purchased through Breathe Bell Tents.

Bell tent stoves cannot be used in houses, as they are not CE approved nor marked as such. They can be fitted in caravans, tents, shelters, vehicles, etc. We recommend asking advice from qualified bodies on the safety aspects of stove installation.


The Orland Stove will arrive with full set up instructions. Set up video can be viewed here.


Three sides of tempered glass for ample light
Air intake damper for temperature control
Baffle plate for increased burn efficiency
Adjustable top vent
Proprietary stove pipe system with heat shield

Spark arrestor, with ropes and stakes for extra stability

Handles designed to be removed to maintain a safe temperature

Top or Side Exit flu pipe arrangement

Optional Orland Oven accessory (for baking!)

NOTE: This is a side-exit stove designed specifically for our Sibley tents. If you are looking for a top-exit or a larger stove, please see the Orland Camp Stove


Orland Tent Stove: 3 kW
Firebox: 250 x 350 x 250 mm; 12 kg – 9.84″ x 13.78″ x 9.84″; 26.46 lbs
Removable legs
The flue pipe: directed horizontally
Flue pipe set (box: 28kg)
Packed in a nice wooden transportbox (box: 4kg)
The flue set contains:

3x 50 cm (1’6″) flue pipe with a diameter of 8 cm (3.15″)
An insulation pipe
An elbow flue section
A spark arrestor
A flue support
1 clamp
Coupling bands
Guy ropes and pegs

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