Welcome to Greenstone Lodge B&B
Vegan Bed & Breakfast - 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.
On 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 or car.
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.
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Why Choose Greenstone Lodge?
Guests at Greenstone Lodge have luxury hospitality trays in their room with homemade treats, as well as homemade cake on arrival.
There is Freesat tvs in the rooms and also drying cabinets.
All rooms will have been entirely refurbished by us for the 2023 season
Greenstone Lodge provides a truly comfortable stay for walkers who are looking for accommodation whilst walking the West Highland Way…with drying cabinets in each of our rooms. Meals are served in room with your own private dining area.
Our B&B is located along the popular West Highland Way walking route. It is also on the main route through the Highlands and so makes a perfect stop if you’re heading further North.
We’re located close to lots of tourist attractions – under 20 miles from Glencoe mountain resort and Loch Lomond, and around 40 from picturesque Oban from where you can catch a ferry to some of the islands. We are also within 40 miles of Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis.
We’ve got mountains on the doorstep to climb and dramatic waterfalls just down the road at Glen Orchy. We also have our own train station in the village on the West Highland Line which passes through Scotland’s first national park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The lines destinations in Oban, Fort William and Mallaig are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland, with the line between Fort William and Mallaig being made famous by the Harry Potter films with its awe inspiring viaduct and Jacobite steam train.
From The Bridge of Orchy you can also catch a bus or train directly into Glasgow , making it an ideal centre for those without a car.
All food at Greenstone Lodge is 100% vegan / plant-based, cooked by Chris, a former head chef who has worked in many of the most well thought of vegan and vegetarian establishments in Suffolk.
Cakes, puddings etc are made onsite by Hayley, a former professional baker. Both Hayley and Chris have lots of experience in providing truly outstanding meals, that are both delicious and hearty enough to appeal to all guests, including those who may not first think of booking into a vegan place!