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Eco Lodges in Scotland

Enjoy wonderful, environmentally friendly accommodation in a range of great locations around Scotland staying in an eco-lodge. From restored historic properties to state of the art new builds, the Highlands, Lowlands and Islands of this ruggedly beautiful country are home to more and more great new green places to stay: check out some of the best eco lodges in Scotland below.

The Waterhouse

Waterhouse, South West Scotland

3 gorgeous eco cabins minutes from the stunning coastline of South West Scotland and close to the artists' town and fishing port of Kirkcudbright. Relax in the hot tub on a spacious south facing sun deck overlooking a wonderful cottage garden.
From £260
Slver Birch Lodge, built from untreated larch and reclaimed slate

Lodges at the Mains, Highlands, Scotland

Two 5 star luxury eco-lodges which combine green technology, spacious interiors and gorgeous views to provide relaxation and comfort in the tranquility of the private woodland setting, home to abundant wildlife.
Each lodge has 1 kingsize master bedroom

Per lodge:from £812

Ecolodges in lovely woodland at the Lagganlia Centre

Lagganlia Lodges, Cairngorms, Scotland

Ideal for families and groups, this outdoor learning centre offers a vast range of exciting activities such as canoeing, archery, mountain-biking and gorge walking. Stay in one of five well-equipped self-catering lodges nestled in green pine forest.
5 lodges, sleeping from 6 to 18

From £158/£481 for a weekend/week-long break, sleeping six

The tiny, secluded campsite at The Lazy Duck

The Lazy Duck, Cairngorms, Scotland

'So laid-back it's almost horizontal', the Lazy Duck offers the ultimate peaceful retreat, tucked away in green pine forests full of wildlife. The site includes an 8-person hostel, romantic eco-lodge and cabin and a tranquil campsite with hammocks.
Eco-lodge & cabin sleep 2; hostel sleeps 8; campsite 4-pitch

Hostel from £19 pppn; cabin/eco-lodge from £95 per night for 2 people; camping £15 per tent per night (+ £5 per extra person).

Kinlochlaich House on beautiful grounds

Kinlochlaich House, W Highlands, Scotland

A historic country house set in its own beautiful gardens, close to the sea with views of the mountains. Stay in one of the self-contained apartments, the a cottage adjacent or the unique octagonal eco treehouse.
4 double, 3 twin, 1 bunks

Prices from £360

Taigh Foise

Taigh Foise, Kintra, Isle of Mull, Scotland

A working croft on the Isle of Mull where you can buy home-produced seasonal fruit and veg to go with the organic reared meats and eggs, whilst luxuriating in your own private garden or enjoying the views from the open plan living area.
Sleeps 10: 2 s/king/twin + single, 1 s/king/twin, 1 twin

from £420 to £940 per week; short breaks from £60 per night

A lodge at Hilton Grand Vacations Club at Craigendarroch

Hilton Grand Vacations Club, Craigendarroch, Cairngorms

A selection of stylish lodges and suites set in a relaxing, secluded location, with plenty of facilities such as a Lagoon Pool and spa. Surrounded by walking and cycling trails (not forgetting a whisky trail), and Balmoral Castle is worth a visit.
99 lodges, sleeping from 2 to 8; 32 luxury suites

From £300 for a three-night break

Eagle Brae

Eagle Brae, Scottish Highlands, Scotland

Located amongst pristine Scottish Highlands wilderness, Eagle Brae is a luxury self-catering eco-resort entirely powered by renewables. Genuine hand-crafted log cabins with wild-flower green roofs grazed by goats. Each cabin is a work of log art.
4 cabins sleep 2 persons, 3 cabins sleep up to 6 persons

£629

Great Glen Holidays, Chalet

Great Glen Holidays, Highlands, Scotland

Situated on Torlundy Farm in the footthills of Ben Nevis these 8 timber chalets and 2 lodges have spectacular mountain views from a quiet wooded site. An ideal base for a family activity holiday with walks, mountain biking, fly fishing & riding.
8, 2 bedroom chalets; 2 lodges sleeping 6-8

£320 - £1500 per week (Chalets, Lodges)

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