Make sure your next holiday is one that’s friendly to the environment.

CoolStays has put together fifteen of the most stylish and unique places to stay in the UK - amazing treehouses, beautiful cottages, cool cabins and luxury yurts that all have excellent eco-credentials.

Hobbit Hideaway


Aberlour - Moray
For those who want to stay in a truly unique and very eco-friendly home then head to Hobbit Hideaway in Scotland’s Speyside.
Sleeps 6.
From £120 / night

Ty'r Onnen Treehouse


Talybont - Ceredigion
A romantic, off-grid treehouse fuelled by sustainable energy and with zero carbon footprint, in the secluded, West Wales countryside…
Sleeps 2
From £149/night

Redwood Valley - Woodland Cabin & Yurts


Presteigne - Powys
Go back to basics and back to nature, with a little luxury touch. Redwood offers spacious yurts or your own treetop cabin, all built with a low environmental impact and eco-friendly ethos.
Sleeps 2 up to 13
From £110/night

Rest on the Hill


Oswestry - Shropshire
An incredible architect-designed pad on the Welsh/English border. Mesmerising mountain views and impeccable eco-credentials, including solar panels, underfloor heating, rainwater harvesting and more.
Sleeps 4
From £115/night

The DugOut


Hereford - Herefordshire
A turf-roofed, handcrafted hideaway, offering a unique retreat in the Herefordshire countryside as seen on Kevin McCloud's Grand Designs. The DugOut is eco-friendly and designed to cause minimum disruption to the environment around it.
Sleeps 2
From £175/night

Catchpenny Safari Lodges


Elie - Fife
You don't get much closer to the sea than these idyllic Catchpenny Safari Lodges – all off-grid and powered by wind and solar energy - with impressive interiors and ocean-view decks on the east coast of Scotland.
Sleeps 6 per lodge
From £100/night

High Lodge


Dumfries & Galloway - Scotland
A beautiful, self sufficient eco-cottage, with coming from electricity from solar panels and a little windmill, deep in the Scottish countryside and just moments from a private beach.
Sleeps 2
From £59/night

Tallavey Cottages


Enochdhu - Perthshire
Two stone built cottages dating back to the 1800s, which have won a prestigious Gold Award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme, and offer a high end romantic getaway in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
Sleeps 2 per cottage
From £250/night

Swinton Bivouac


Masham - North Yorkshire
Bivouac is a beautiful eco retreat - the yurts and shacks are heated by wood burners and lit only by the twinkle of lantern light. Bunk in a barn with the whole family, sleep like a log in a woodland shack or find time for some romance in a cosy yurt.
Sleeps 2-12
From £140/night

A Little Bit of Rough


Uppingham – Rutland
Four luxury off-grid Safari tents, totally solar powered, in a secret Rutland location hidden in a 20 acre private woodland.
Sleeps 6
From £139 / night

Elmley Nature Reserve


Isle of Sheppey - Kent
Escape to Elmley Nature Reserve and stay in comfy cosy huts surrounded by inspiring scenery and wonderful wildlife. Elmey has fantastic eco-credentials - the units are powered by solar, made from sustainable wood and insulated with eco-insulation. All food and drinks are locally sourced.
Sleeps 2 to 10
From £110/night

The Den - Paradise Pines


Beaworthy - Devon
Architecturally stunning house in acres of private Devon woodlands. The Den is an ecologically low-impact property with some serious green technology.
Sleeps 6
From £250/night

Withyfield Cottage


Horsham - West Sussex
Designed and built by same team as Kevin McCloud’s favourite Grand Design, Withyfield Cottage is an inspiring, eco-friendly and contemporary rural retreat – and with heating and hot water provided by wood burners and solar panels, it’s almost totally sustainable.
Sleeps 6
From £91/night

Culls Cottage


Southrop – Gloucestershire
Delightful 1670’s renovated cottage in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds - seriously sleek design with eco credentials too. It’s entirely carbon neutral and has won a gold award from the Green Tourism Business Scheme.
Sleeps 6
From £248 / night

The Dome Garden


Mile End – Gloucestershire
The Dome Garden in the Forest of Dean is an eco-friendly glamping haven. It has a communal village feel and is a mixture of outdoor life, eco-credentials and little glamping luxuries.
Sleeps 4-8 per dome
From £98 / night

July 2019