Why stay in one of our eco-lodges? Apart from the obvious reasons, such as the bespoke fixtures and fittings, the gorgeous views and the luxurious amenities, there are plenty of other reasons to opt for an eco-lodge. These properties are designed to have minimum impact on the surrounding area, and consequently you’ll often find this type of accommodation in areas of outstanding natural beauty.

Representing a more responsible way of living, eco-accommodation is a brilliant way of making sure that beauty spots aren’t ruined by development. If you’re looking to book a sustainable stay in natural surroundings, have a read through our recommendations.

Where to Stay: Eco-Lodge Guide

Yorkshire Dales Eco-Lodges, Richmond

Our Yorkshire Dales eco-lodges have either 2 or 3 bedrooms and come with either a family bathroom or all en-suite bathrooms. They are beautifully built with a contemporary style exterior, and have been given the Green Tourism Gold award for their sustainability.

The custom-designed timber cabins are built from sustainable wood, have biomass heating, and use a source of natural spring water as to not impact the surrounding environment. Even the luxury toiletries provided are responsibly sourced using natural ingredients.

Derbyshire Dales Lodges

Our Derbyshire Dales resort is the ultimate green destination. The resort is devoted to providing sustainable holiday accommodation, and holds the Green Tourism Gold award. Much of the electricity onsite is from renewable energy sources, such as the wind turbine and the solar tracking system. The resort even offers a 10% discount for guests arriving on foot, by bicycle or on horseback!

The comfortable cabins on offer here have low-energy light bulbs and draw water from the farm’s own bore hole. The insulation is made of real sheep’s wool and all the cleaning materials are environmentally friendly.

John O'Groats

John O’Groats boasts a spectacular coastline, beautiful countryside and fascinating wildlife. Guests can either opt for an apartment which is a part of The Inn, a historic building sympathetically restored with a Norse style extension, or a 3-bedroom eco-lodge. These latter properties are contemporary in style while still designed to blend in with the landscape and promote sustainable tourism.