Double Room in a Vegan B&B in The Bridge of Orchy
Greenstone Lodge is a fully vegan B&B set in the beautiful and dramatic landscape of the Scottish Highlands, we are located in The Bridge of Orchy, directly on the stunning hiking route of the West Highland Way. Our twin and double rooms are newly renovated for 2023 and include a luxury tea tray, with homemade goodies, and also a clothes-drying cabinet.
During your stay in this cosy, vegan B&B you’ll be welcomed by cake on arrival, and a selection of mouth-watering breakfasts to choose from, prepared by former vegan head chef Chris. You will also have the option to order dinner with us, and we offer packed lunches to take away on your day exploring the Scottish Highlands either by foot, bike, train or car.
Double Ensuite Room - Bridge of Orchy B&B
Rooms are newly and quirkily redecorated, ground floor, and with views to the surrounding hills.
We provide Egyptian cotton towels, hairdryers and special cruelty-free, eco-friendly, vegan society-approved toiletries.
Each room has an ensuite shower room.
There is ample space for your belongings on hanging rails and in a chest of drawers and of course the all-important drying cabinets!
The booking includes free breakfast.
Evening meals are available at £25 pp for 2 courses or £30 pp for 3 courses. Packed lunches with homebaked goods are available for £15 each.
Clean towels every day
Things to know
We are a 100% vegan bed and breakfast in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Located in The Bridge of Orchy, we are lucky enough to have our own train station, and can offer off road parking to those arriving by car.
We have 2 rooms, one twin, and one king size double, both with ensuite shower rooms, drying cabinets, in room dining and luxury tea trays.
We offer free cake on arrival, and meals are cooked by former vegan head chef Chris.
The B&B is easy to find on the A82, and we are just over 12 miles from the Glencoe Mountain resort offering Skiing, snowboarding in the winter, and mountain biking and tubing in the summer. We are just 1 hours drive from Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, and are on the rail and bus route between Glasgow and the Highlands.