08.02 HOTELS, GUESTHOUSES & B&Bs IN BRITAIN & IRELAND

The Ferns Vegetarian B&B

Description

Small vegetarian / vegan B&B on the Staffordshire/Shropshire border in the market town of Newport. Five minutes from town centre. Summer fruit and vegetables in season from our organic garden.

Location

32 Station Road,
Newport TF10 7EN
United Kingdom

The Labyrinth and Old Coach House

Description

This fantastic house is off-grid - cosy for 4 people, great for up to 8. Learn how to love living without the big energy companies!

The coach house is very private, and has wonderful views over the curving coastline. The owner has been awarded Defra’s HLS status – the Higher Level of Environmental Stewardship – which helps her to maximise biodiversity and encourage wildlife to flourish on her land. Come and see what Caroline and her friends and family are doing, bit by bit, to make the most of this wonderful setting. Read more »

Location

Windsworth, St Martin,
Looe PL13 1NZ
United Kingdom

Django's Hostel

Description

Django’s is the first ecohostel in the first ecovillage in Ireland, offering the finest modern budget hostel accommodation in the Midlands. Open to all, the hostel has 11 private rooms and dorms, all are en-suite, and as well as offering accommodation for tourists it offers facilities for those attending the many courses, conferences and small events being run and facilitated by a variety of organisations both in the ecovillage and in Cloughjordan village itself. Read more »

Location

Cloughjordan Ecovillage,
Roscrea
Ireland

Meadow View

Description

Artisinal and Organic Culinary School, and Bed and Breakfast

We're very pleased to welcome you to Meadow View, located in Bishop Sutton, in the beautiful Chew Valley. It's an ideal place from which to explore the countryside and the nearby cities of Bath, Bristol, Frome and Wells, as well as the Mendip Hills - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There's plenty of activities right on our doorstep too, with walking and cycling, birdwatching and fishing, as well as our own Culinary School to enjoy. Read more »

Location

Ham Lane,
Bishop Sutton BS39 5TZ
United Kingdom

Crann Óg

Description

Crann Óg is a small community living in a sustainable manner, with many self empowerment workshops, and have done so and recycling our building materials and utilising green energy where possible. A visit to Crann Óg is both educational and regenerative, with a strong emphasis on connection with nature and slowing down into the moment.

We offer eco-tourism accommodation suited to families and anyone wishing to have a deeper experience of nature. Our eco-farm is beside a 40 hectare Irish oak woodlands in South Galway. Read more »

Isaac’s Byre

Description

Our comfortable cottage is situated near Garrigill in North Pennine AONB. It won a gold award with the Green Tourism Business Scheme and is surrounded by countryside with farm animals next door and walks and cycle routes from the door step. Heated by ground source heat pump, and with cycle storage, boot/drying room with electric airer, and range cooker, dishwasher and washing machine. Family friendly with activities for children. Cots and high chairs available.

Sleeps 6 plus 2 infants:
3 bedrooms
3 bath/shower rooms
Ground floor bed and bathroom Read more »

Location

Loaning Head, Garrigill,
Alston CA9 3EY
United Kingdom

Lancrigg Vegetarian Country House Hotel

Description

In its Lakeland mountain setting, Lancrigg is situated in 30 acres of private grounds and woodland, just half a mile from Grasmere village. The hotel offers individually-styled rooms, some with four-posters and whirlpool baths, and international vegetarian cuisine. The restaurant, at Lancrigg, which is open all day to non residents, is called The Green Valley Organic Vegetarian Restaurant. Although not 100% organic, the emphasis is on organic and locally-supplied foods. There is an extensive organic wine and beer list. Special diets are catered for.

Location

Easedale, Grasmere LA22 9QN
United Kingdom

Yurtworks

Description

With burning log fires and big open skies on the edge of Bodmin Moor the yurts are in a beautiful spot. Leaving your car behind, you come out on foot through the oaks and gorse to a view of north Cornwall that stretches from moor to sea. Following a meandering path for 120 metres down unspoilt natural heathland, lined with blue bells and wood anemones in May and tormentil and rosebay willow herb in summer, you emerge through an archway of gnarly Cornish oaks into a small sheltered field. Read more »

Location

Greyhayes, St Breward,
Bodmin PL30 4LP
United Kingdom
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