Siskin Eco Cabin

Enjoy the simple life in Siskin Cabin, a unique hand built timber cabin in our Permaculture woodland garden. Combining environmentally friendly features, artistic touches and rustic charm, the Green Tourism Gold rated cabin is ideal for eco conscious travellers who want to experience a comfortable, sustainable holiday in a relaxing location amongst the trees.

We designed and hand crafted the cabin ourselves to create the kind of place we would love to stay, and we hope you love it too! It is situated in a pleasant, private glade in our woodland garden. It sleeps up to two people in a double bed, with cooking facilities, a compact dining/seating area, a compost toilet and bucket shower in a small en suite bathroom. The cosy space has a wood burner with firewood supplied from our own woodland. French doors open onto an outside deck with table and chairs, and a view across the wood and fields, ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the area, and maybe spotting the Red Kites swooping overhead or sheep in the field in front!

Instead of wifi there are games and books, and a radio to keep you entertained. Low voltage lights and USB phone charger are powered by a solar charged battery. There are also rechargeable lanterns as well as a speaker to play music from your smartphone.

  •   We enjoyed a lovely stay in the cabin. The area is so peaceful and relaxing with just birdsong and sheep... read more

    thumb Rachel

      Our stay at the eco-lodge was so beautiful! Clive and Julie were really accommodating hosts, and were really helpful with... read more

    thumb Serena

      Great place and host, lovely quiet setting in a forest. Get the breakfast hamper it's really good!

    thumb Dave

      Such a beautiful cabin, with thoughtful touches. Perfect place to explore from, our use as a cosy cabin to hide... read more

    thumb Faye
  •   My boyfriend and I had an amazing time in the cabin! We stayed for a couple of days and didn’t... read more

    thumb Tiegan

      We had a great stay at the eco cabin. Wonderful wood fired stove and atmosphere. Easy access to Rosemarie, Inverness,... read more

    thumb Ross

      This was an unforgettable stay and we loved every minute especially having a tour of the site and an insight... read more

    thumb Georgia

      Clive and Julie were great hosts, they thought of everything we would need and offered us recommendations of things to... read more

    thumb Andy
  •   The cabin was in a lovely private area and was very comfortable. We were doing the NC500 and it was... read more

    thumb Richard

      We absolutely loved our stay at Siskin Eco Cabin - it was the perfect getaway for us. The site is... read more

    thumb Priya

      This is a unique and inspirational place to stay, where hosts Clive and Julie are truly putting into practice their... read more

    thumb Rose

      We had a very lovely stay at Siskin woodland eco-cabin, which was/is exactly how described and quite idyllic. We dealt... read more

    thumb Keith
  •   A lovely rustic secluded spot, the cabin is wonderfully cosy with the easy to use wood burner. Nothing was too... read more

    thumb Debbie

      Fantastic little cabin, wonderful hosts and a great weekend. If you're couple looking for a cosy spot to light a... read more

    thumb Kavan

      Clive and Julies cabin is a beautiful place to stay in a great location. Communication was fantastic and were there... read more

    thumb Emily

      Would recommend to stay here again, Clive and Julie were great hosts.

    thumb Mollie

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The household and gardens are being transformed using ecologically sustainable methods, and this ethos is continued in the construction of the cabin. Wherever possible low-impact materials have been used, for example, locally milled larch and sustainable certified timber, sheep’s wool insulation, green sedum roof, rainwater harvesting, low VOC natural paints, organic towels and recycled wool or plastic bottle mattresses, duvets and curtains. They have been furnished with upcycled and hand-crafted items using beechwood cut and milled from the woods around you.

A stay here is ideal for people with an interest in nature, simple, sustainable living, eco tourism, organic food growing or Permaculture. There is plenty of wildlife around, with many animals, birds and insects such as tawny owls, red kites, deer, badgers, bats, frogs and hedgehogs visiting the woods. Guests are welcome to explore the small woodland, following the meandering paths. We are easy to reach by public transport and within walking distance of a bus stop with regular services to and from Inverness.

You can find further details about staying here and book on our AirBnB page. Or to check availability and book direct with us, email for more information about a Permaculture inspired holiday! You can also find us on sustainable holiday planner Holiable.Com, and on the VisitScotland website.