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Eco Cabins

Each cabin has 18 beds in bunk-house style accommodation.

Eco Cabins

Each cabin has a communal seating area and kitchen, both heated by a cosy log burner.

Eco Cabins

The cabins look out over our allotments and the hills beyond.

Stay in CAT’s cosy Eco Cabins

Overlooking Roger’s Field, the Eco Cabins are two turf-roofed wooden cabins located near our Visitors Centre and surrounded by stunning sustainably managed woodland.

Key Details

The Eco Cabins are two green-roofed cabins overlooking CAT’s allotments. They are not on mains water or mains sewage, instead we store water from the surrounding hillsides in a large reservoir on site and safely use this for a variety of purposes. Hot water for the cabins is generated by solar thermal panels on the grass roof as well as via the wood-stove for heat and hot water.

There are two 18-bed Eco-Cabins, providing hostel-style accommodation for up to 36 people.

Perfect for large family groups, active groups, visiting students or workshop and tour participants.

About the Eco Cabins

Approaching the Eco Cabin from the covered link area you enter a welcoming, open-plan living space with kitchen facilities to meet the needs of self-catering groups. Beyond is the bedroom area with six bedrooms, including two singles, plus shower/wet rooms and toilets.

Hot water for the cabins is generated by solar thermal panels on the grass roof as well as via the wood-stove for heat and hot water. A range cooker with hob and two ovens can be used for cooking.

Innovative Water Recycling

CAT and the Eco-Cabins are not on mains water or mains sewage. Instead, we store water from the surrounding hillsides in a large reservoir on-site and safely use this for a variety of purposes.

Used water passes through the reed bed sewage system where it supports a variety of plant and animal life, before returning safely to the environment.

Contact us

Contact us to book your group accommodation