UK’s Most Wish Listed Earth Homes

Viking longhouse in Wales with grass roof

To celebrate Earth Day, we are sharing Airbnb’s most sought-after Earth Homes in the UK.

With a 20 percent year-on-year increase in UK guests wish listing stays in the Earth Homes category, these unique accommodations offer an opportunity for guests to immerse themselves in nature and enjoy a different kind of break from daily life.

10 Most Wish Listed Earth Homes

1. Viking Longhouse – Clynnog-fawr, Wales

This beautiful hobbit house is tucked away in an orchard, located between mountains and the sea in a small Welsh village. With fresh eggs ready to be collected for breakfast and the beach less than two miles away, this get away is the perfect place to reset and recharge.

2. Hideaway Under the Stars – Moray, Scotland

Hideaway Under the Stars, Scotland Earth Home

Hideaway Under the Stars, Scotland Pic: Airbnb

Imagine staying at this award-winning roundhouse which features a spectacular domed roof and is surrounded by gorgeous greenery. Guests can wander through the Garden of Eat’n to pick their own fresh produce for dinner before stargazing beneath the open sky.

3. The Hobbit House – Langford, England

Hobbit House, Langford, England, Earth Home

Hobbit House, England Pic: Airbnb

Located beside a stream in a secluded garden setting, this hobbit house provides a peaceful retreat for guests to unwind and reconnect with nature. Situated near Cheddar Gorge in Somerset, guests can explore the surrounding area on foot or simply relax indoors by the cosy wood burner, enjoying the peace and quiet of this idyllic Earth Home.

4. Hazel Cave – Causeway Coast and Glens, Northern Ireland

Hazel Cave, Northern Ireland, Earth Home

Hazel Cave, Northern Ireland Pic: Airbnb

This Earth Home offers a unique experience nestled in a lakeside beside Binevenagh Mountain. Guests can explore nearby trails, spot the wildlife, and unwind in a hot tub surrounded by beautiful nature. Nearby to the Game of Thrones filming location of the Dothraki Grasslands, this cave is a magical spot for fans of the show.

5. Magical Roundhouse – West Penwith, England

Magical Roundhouse, West Penwith, England, Earth Home

Magical Roundhouse, England Pic: Airbnb

Nestled in a secluded forest in the heart of West Penwith, this charming roundhouse retreat offers a picturesque escape. Just a stone’s throw from stunning beaches and hidden coves, guests can enjoy the beauty of the Cornish coastal paths before returning to this tranquil haven. Built with a blend of wooden beams and straw bales covered in cobb, this getaway promises an unforgettable experience.

6. Wilderness Lodge – Shropshire, England

Wilderness Lodge, England, Earth Home

Wilderness Lodge, England Pic: Airbnb

This remarkable Earth Home is nestled into the Shropshire hillside, offering breathtaking views of the Berwyn Hills. Designed to showcase the stunning surroundings, the home features no curtains or blinds, allowing guests to wake up to the sunrise every morning. Whether you choose to feed the nearby horses, enjoy a leisurely stroll, or simply sit and take in the panoramic views from every room, this home guarantees a unique staycation.

7. Hobbit House – North Norfolk Coast, England

Hobbit House, Norfolk Coast, England, Earth Home

Hobbit House, England Pic: Airbnb

Located just a mile away from the coastal path and nearby Wells, Holkham, and Blakeney Point beaches, Bag End Hobbit House invites you to leave the hustle and bustle behind and indulge in the breathtaking scenery. Spend your days exploring the enchanting Norfolk coast, then unwind with a game of boules or indulge in a homemade pizza cooked in the outdoor oven. Finally, treat yourself to a soak in the hot tub under the stars, a perfect end to a day of relaxation.

8. Otter House – Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Otter House, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Earth Home

Otter House, Scotland Pic: Airbnb

Individually crafted and decorated with artisanal woodwork, Otter House provides a unique retreat for relaxation. Start the day with a farm tour, gathering fresh eggs and hand-picking vegetables from the allotment for delicious meals. Take advantage of the onsite ponds for swimming, boating, or fishing, then venture out to explore the charming villages of Whitehills and Banff, as well as the scenic Cullykhan Bay. Whether you’re looking for adventure or tranquillity, Otter House offers an unforgettable escape in the heart of nature.

9. Cuan Cave – Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Cuan Cave, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, Earth Home

Cuan Cave, Scotland Pic: Airbnb

Nestled along the shores of Cuan Sound in Scotland, this exceptional property offers guests a rare chance to stay in a cave right by the water’s edge. Perfect for kayakers, hikers, and those just wanting to get away, this retreat provides a tranquil escape. Nature lovers will be able to spot dolphins, otters and sea eagles as they gaze at the perfect view from this Earth Home.

10. Magical Woodland Hideaway – Carmarthenshire, Wales

Magical Woodland Hideaway, Carmarthenshire, Wales, Earth Home

Magical Woodland Hideaway, Wales Pic: Airbnb

Crafted from the natural landscape, this enchanting hideaway nestled in the Black Mountains of South East Wales offers a cosy and secluded escape. Surrounded by stunning greenery and perched alongside the riverfront, guests can unwind as they gather around a crackling campfire.

Earth Day is a great opportunity to get away from the chaos of modern life and reconnect with nature. Through Earth Homes like this, travellers can enjoy a different kind of relaxation, all while honouring the beauty and wonder of our planet.

Wondering what else you can do to help the planet?

From food storage hacks, cutting down on food waste to planet friendly beauty buys, there are many ways we can all do our bit to help be more eco friendly.

Georgia Grieve