Northern Hungary luxury villas


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Northern Hungary luxury villas

Carbon reduction

Your vacation will help support local people and conservation. We must also reduce CO2. Learn about the CO2 emissions of this vacation and how to reduce them.


EcoLodge not just ecological by name. We do our utmost to minimize the environmental impact of our vacation resort. Here are the main features:
- The walls are made of wooden-frames in which cellulose, made of used newspaper, has been blown as insulation material. On the outside, wooden soft board plates have been used to increase thermal insulation
- The thick and damp-open insulation, combined with triple glazing, ensures a pleasant inside climate, both in winter and summer. Air condition not needed!
- In winter, the villas are heated by a stove using locally grown firewood
- Rainwater is collected from the roof and used to flush the toilets and to operate the washing machine. On top of that, we use rainwater in the central utility building to wash your bed linen
- Each villa is equipped with a biological wastewater treatment unit that uses bacteria to clean the water
- Hot water is generated by sun collectors, electricity by solar panels
- The swimming pool has a separate reservoir in which reed cleans the water. No chemicals are used!

Not only do we hope that you will have a nice time, but we also want to prove that luxury and ecology go well together! We are happy to provide you with more detailed information on how we have minimized the environmental impact of the resort.

Your active contribution remains limited: We only ask you to separate your waste according to the instructions you find in your vacation home.


Friends & neighbours: We know our way around and are happy to advise you on where to go, where to shop, where to have dinner. When language is an issue, we gladly make that phone call or reservation for you. We will tell you which fresh products you can by in the village - and from whom. We actively promote local sites and know local tourism operators personally, which makes things easier for everyone.

A fair deal: Our neighbours are our colleagues at the same time. Two local ladies permanently assist us with laundry and cleaning tasks, while two gentlemen from the village take care of outdoor maintenance such as gardening and irrigation. Laundry repair is in the reliable hands of our neighbouring seamstress. Naturally, we offer them great working conditions, decent salaries, safety training, health checks and so on. At the same time, we encourage our guests to try the delicious meals of our local village cooks and to purchase fresh goods locally. In our small community of only 50, such steps have a significant impact. It is inevitable: We benefit from the community as much as it does from us. We all need each other - and we are all aware of that.

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