- usually £195.00
- save up to 61%
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From £129 for an overnight stay for two in a luxury wee lodge with optional hot tub & bottle of Prosecco, £349 instead of £790 for 2 nights or £599 instead of £1540 for 4 nights at RiverBeds, Glencoe - save up to 61%
- 1, 2 or 4 nights in a luxury wee lodge for two
- Options to a hot tub and bottle of Prosecco
- Incredible Glencoe location
- Rated 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor and included in the Top 25 Most Romantic Hotels in the UK
- Valid 7 days (supplement for Friday & Saturday nights)
Today’s deal will see you and a lucky loved one escape to a luxury wee lodge in Glencoe valley with RiverBeds.
With all the luxury of a fancy hotel, but in a cute little pod-sized package, your wonderful lodging boasts a private veranda on the riverbank; a daily housekeeping service to clean and straighten up your Egyptian linen-lined beds; a galley area equipped with microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster; free WiFi and parking; a chilled-out clubhouse to relax in plus so much more. You’ll even have your own private hot tub which you can enjoy a bottle of Prosecco in – how fancy!
The RiverBeds luxury wee lodges are built on a river with views over the woods, mountains, and sea that’ll provide the perfect backdrop to your romantic break. It’s a unique location that’ll charm you from the moment you arrive and is located in the grounds of the Dragon's Tooth Estate, which has a cafe and provides a range of activities like Segways, archery and more if you’d like to get active during your stay.
“Wow, these lodges are very well kitted out! They have everything you could need and more. We loved the privacy between each lodge and the hot tub was an added bonus! We had the most incredible weekend!”
“It has great technology you wouldn’t expect from such a small place. Under floor heating, mood lighting, coffee machine and other appliances.”
“We recently stayed at this lodge and what can we say but wow, the lodge was just superb and delightful. We found the place easily and enjoyed the riverside setting.”