As a guest at Scott House Bewick’s Lodge, you’ll have the unique opportunity to stay within Sir Peter Scott’s house. Scott House is special to the history of WWT as it was where he founded the charity, where the world’s first wildlife broadcast was made and where wetlands and wildlife history was made.

Whether you’re looking for a bespoke luxury experience with our team of experts or wanting to spend a peaceful time bird watching, we have something suitable for everyone. With different options to add to your stay you are guaranteed a fantastic short break at Slimbridge.

Bewick’s Lodge is a self-catering accommodation which has three double bedrooms for up to six guests, one of the bedrooms can be made into a twin room upon prior request. Within the Lodge there is an open plan kitchen, living and dining room, and en suite facilities in each room. There is also private access to Scott’s viewing tower and garden, free entry into Slimbridge Wetland Centre during opening hours and a free tour of Scott House Museum. You also have the option to add a behind-the-scenes wildlife experience on to your stay for you and your guests.