Our Vegan Friendly Lotus Camping Pods are situated in the beautiful village of Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye.
They are bookable via AirBnB – follow these links to book your stay now!
The Cow Shed (dog friendly) book here
The Dog House (dog friendly) book here
The Chicken Coop (no dogs) book here
The Pigsty (no dogs) book here
The pods are fully equipped with en-suite shower room, double bed, small kitchen, sofa (sofa bed),dining table & chairs, fridge/freezer, bedding & towels, decking and each pod has it’s own picnic bench.
Staying in our pods will not only give you the opportunity to spend time on a working vegan croft and animal sanctuary in a breathtakingly stunning location, but into the bargain your stay will also help us to sustain the sanctuary and all who live there.
Facing your pod door you have the wonder of the flat-topped mountains known as MacLeod’s Tables, to your left you can see the beautiful Cuillin Mountain Range, and to your right you can see right over Dunvegan down to the loch, but best of all…Lotus Animal Sanctuary lies to the right – what more could you ask for to help you unwind and be at one with nature!
Dunvegan is a very well served village – it has a Post Office, Filling Station with Bistro and shop, The Oldest Bakery On Skye, Old School Restaurant, The Duvegan Cafe/Restaurant, a FULLY vegan shop, grocery store, and even a motor engineer! Of course there is the splendour of Dunvegan Castle & Gardens, and the Giant Angus MacAskill Museum!
The stunning Neist Point marks the most westerly tip of the Isle of Skye and is just 11 miles miles away from the beautiful village of Dunvegan. This spectacular location is a must see for anyone visiting scenic Skye. Neist Point will take your breath away…literally! Even on a day the weather isn’t so windy, this place is so exposed the wind can always be felt howling and moaning all around us.
This is as close to nature as you will ever feel, where whales and dolphins can easily be spotted and the sunsets are some of the best you’ll ever see anywhere in the world.
The lighthouse is one of the most recognised in Scotland, and although it cannot be entered, it is well worth the walk along to it.
It does get pretty busy in tourist season, but there’s a good car park and you will still feel isolated and at peace in all this splendour.
Brace yourself for the uphill walk all the way back.