Please be advised that due to the annual refurbishment of our Showroom, the Showroom and Restaurant will be closed to visitors from Fri 13th April, becoming fully operational again on Monday 14th May 2018.
NB - the EFO – ercol factory outlet shop will remain open for business.
Please ring the ercol Showroom on 01844 271800 prior to visiting.
ercol's 160,000 square foot factory, opened in 2002, is situated in the heart of the traditional Chiltern's furniture-making area. This stunning facility has won a number of awards for its architectural design and its environmental features. Our showroom features a comprehensive selection of our furniture and is the ideal place to see our ranges. If there is a particular piece you wish to see please phone to confirm it is on display. Alternatively, why not visit your Local Stockist to view our furniture range.
The showroom is also the location of efo, the ercol factory outlet, where you will find a range of ex-display models and factory seconds for sale.
There are many local attractions, which can be combined with a visit to our showroom to make a memorable day out. The small market town of Princes Risborough, where we are based, has a variety of shops, restaurants and bars in an attractive setting. Our factory is just a short walk from the Phoenix Trail part of the national cycle network, and where ercol has been involved in providing some of the pieces of artwork along the route. Nearby is the picturesque village of West Wycombe, with the Hell Fire Caves. There are a number of National Trust properties in the area, including the park at West Wycombe and the nearby Hughenden Manor. Alternatively, the Chilterns provide a beautiful environment for walking, whilst the Ridgeway national trail passes through Princes Risborough. Or simply relax over a coffee at our showroom.
ercol Furniture Limited,
Tel: 01844 271800
We look forward to your visit.
Monday - Friday 09:00-17:00
Saturday - 10:00-16:00
Sunday - Closed
Closed Bank Holidays
Please contact us prior to visiting if you wish to view a specific piece of furniture to ensure it is available on display.