Are you ready to live a dream stay in Slovenia? In this green destination of Europe, nights can become unforgettable experiences connected with pure nature. We leave for a magical journey to discover the most unusual and fascinating stays of the country. Forget traditional accommodation and get ready to immerse yourself in a world of charm and adventure, among cozy chalets surrounded by nature, romantic tents under the starry sky, and spectacular eco-glamping in Slovenia that turn your stay into a unique experience. Discover how Slovenia turns out to be a paradise for travellers looking for extraordinary and memorable evenings!

1. A Charming Eco-Friendly Chalet in the Triglav Park

Dream holidays in Slovenia - Chalet Goldilocks

Chalet Goldilocks, located in the Triglav National Park, is an alpine retreat characterized by a rustic and elegant aesthetic. With wooden beams and intricate details, it blends harmoniously with the surrounding natural landscape. The interiors combine traditional alpine aesthetics with modern amenities, offering a cozy atmosphere with fireplace, high ceilings, and breathtaking views.

The living space is designed for relaxation, with large seating areas, a well-equipped kitchen, and a luxurious sleeping area upstairs. Outside, a large terrace allows you to enjoy the fresh mountain air in different seasons, creating a timeless sanctuary to embrace the tranquility and adventure of mountain life.

Why it’s eco-friendly: electricity is 100% renewable thanks to photovoltaic panels. The furnishings are in natural wood and the green areas are cared for with particular attention to biodiversity.

Perfect for: families and animal lovers (dogs are welcome), for those looking for a full immersion in alpine nature.

2. Sleeping in the Trees in Bled

Hotel & Glamping RIBNO Bled, Dream Stay in Slovenia

Hotel Ribno Bled is the first and only Zero Waste hotel in Slovenia, located near the picturesque Lake Bled. With a strong attention to the environment, in an idyllic village among a fir forest, the hotel offers the opportunity to spend unforgettable nights in eco-glamping in harmony with nature.

These are small wooden houses raised from the ground and surrounded by trees. Outside each eco-glamping, you will find a terrace between the fronds and a hot-tube to relax with a hot bath.
The hotel’s strategic location makes it ideal for hiking, cycling, fishing, and sports adventures nearby. The spa offers a Finnish herbal sauna, infrared sauna, whirlpool and relaxation rooms, and massages.

Why it is eco-friendly: sustainable waste management, responsible water use, and reduction of food waste.

Perfect for: for bike lovers, thanks to the services and guided bike tours, and for those looking for a sustainable stay, immersed in the natural beauty of Slovenia.

3. In Yurta among the Oaks in Slovenian Istria

L.Stile Glamping Portorož

L.stile Glamping offers luxurious ecological yurts furnished with every comfort and immersed in a natural environment with oak trees, just 10 minutes from the Adriatic coast. The yurts, with private bathrooms and panoramic views, offer the luxury of a hotel room combined with the freedom of outdoor living.
Each yurt includes a queen-sized bed, sofa, and a central dome to enjoy the sky. Outside, you will find a complete setup for lunches and barbecues. Guests can enjoy a seasonal swimming pool, table tennis, free Wi-Fi, parking, and organic products from the farm.

Why it is eco-friendly: for the organic local products from the farm and for the opportunity to experience a sustainable lifestyle in authentic Slovenian Istria.
Perfect for: those who want to explore coastal towns and villages of Slovenian Istria, enjoying local products.

4. Unique Farm Nights in the Goričice Countryside

Dormouse House

Dormouse House is a historic stone holiday home, with a thatched roof and antique furniture, in the heart of the Slovenian countryside, in Goričice, just 60 km from Ljubljana.

Located on a hill overlooking Lake Cerknica, the house retains original features and thick stone walls that create a special atmosphere.
The house has a large room with a tiled stove, dining corner, and two single beds, and a smaller room with three single beds. The revenues of tourist stays are reinvested by the owners, Jana and Paul, in ecotourism and nature conservation projects.

Why it is eco-friendly: it uses ecological cleaning products, eco-sustainable furniture and buys at zero km. The company is non-profit and promotes nature conservation and ecotourism in Slovenia.
Perfect for: those who want to sleep in an authentic Slovenian house, and for all those who like to explore the forests and visit karst caves

5. Sleeping in Igloo Among the Slovenian Alps

Eskimo Village

Strategically located at Krvavec, the second largest ski resort in Slovenia, Eskimo Village offers the experience of sleeping in a real igloo. You’ll also find an igloo restaurant, an igloo bar and an igloo sauna. The internal temperatures of the igloos are between 0-4 ‍C. Insulators with special sleeping bags (-30 ¿C) to ensure heat during the night cover the snow beds.
The Igloo restaurant serves tasty Slovenian sausage with horseradish and fresh bread. With an exceptional setting and an attention to life experience, Eskimo Village offers the opportunity to spend a different night in Slovenia.

Why it is eco-friendly: separate collection of more than 80%, uses only ecological products and zero km, igloo beds are made of snow blocks covered with an insulating material.
Perfect for: lovers of adventure and the unusual, looking for an unforgettable experience in a unique environment.

6. Sleeping in the vineyards in Dolenjska

Dream Stay in Slovenia - Eco Vineyard Cottage in Pure Nature

Eco Vineyard Cottage in Pure Nature, a private house with a whirlpool and sauna, is perfect for holidays in the nature of the Dolenjska region. Located on a hill among the vineyards, the house of wine is the result of decades of commitment from the owner of the farm Zerko, which also produces wine and breeds sheep. Near the house, there are a thermal spring, spas, a mini ZOO, historic churches, and cycling/ walking paths. The attention to ecology makes this house an ideal retreat for those seeking a peaceful and sustainable break in beautiful Slovenia.

Why it is eco-friendly: ecological materials make up this private holiday home that implements organic farming practices, promoting biodiversity.
Perfect for: for those looking for a holiday immersed in the nature of Slovenia and for families who want a safe and clean environment for their children.

7. Ecological chalets in the Triglav National Park

Eco Villa Triglav on Pokljuka

The luxury ecological apartments and chalets of ‘Vila Triglav‘, in the heart of the Triglav National Park and the Julian Alps, offer a dream stay in Slovenia. Built in 1939 in the Plečnik style, the villa has a rich history, from a presidential residence to a restaurant and now a boutique villa run by the Valjavec family.

Owner, former professional cyclist Tadej Valjavec, together with his family, restored the villa keeping the original details. The apartments, luxuriously furnished, offer comfort in all seasons, with four options available, equipped with LCD TV, Wi-Fi and hairdryer. Two “glamping” chalets complete the offer with a private Jacuzzi.

Why it is eco-friendly: reduces water waste with flow reducers and systems for the reuse of rainwater, through the surrounding green areas through a focus on biodiversity.
Perfect for: those looking for a luxury retreat immersed in the nature of the Slovenian mountains.

8. Eco-glamping close to Lake Bled

Glamping Gozdne Vile

Gozdne Vile, a modern campsite near Lake Bled, offers mini chalets and mobile homes in ecological larch wood. This example of glamping turns camping into a luxurious experience, with heated wooden tubs and panoramic views of nature.

The mini chalets have double beds, natural linen, and deck chairs, while the mobile homes offer a spacious panoramic window, double bed, bunk beds for children, a bathroom and a living area with a kitchen. An idyllic place near Lake Bled, ideal for an ecological and unforgettable experience on foot or by bike.

Why it is eco-friendly: all chalets/tents are in ecological and untreated larch wood.
Perfect for: nature lovers, glamping enthusiasts, and families thanks to the mobile homes, equipped with bunk beds for children.

9. In a Chocolate Village on the River

Chocolate village by the river - Dream Stay in Slovenia

Chocolate Village by the River is a luxury eco-glamping hotel set in a natural park near the Drava cycle path, 5 km from the Pohorje ski resort and the center of Maribor.

Furthermore the different types of accommodation, Forastero, Criollo and Trinitario, offer panoramic views and services such as kitchens, terraces and private whirlpools. The ecovillage is a perfect retreat for chocolate lovers, with workshops, tastings, a chocolate sauna, and many other experiences.

Why it is eco-friendly: it offers organic food and zero km, supports the local economy, and promotes the use of bicycles to explore the surroundings.
Perfect for: chocolate lovers, for anyone who loves outdoor activities, families, and children.

In conclusion, from ecological chalets, igloos, tree houses to eco-glamping, these sustainable shelters will give you an incomparable connection with the natural beauty of Slovenia. Which of these dreamy nights do you want to try first?

Author: Ludovica Botta

Hello everyone! I am Ludovica and I am 20. My hometown is Castrovillari, at the foot of Pollino but three years ago, after graduating, I moved to Bologna where I studied Languages and Markets of Asia and Mediterranean Africa. From the beginning, I was lucky enough to have parents who fueled my desire to explore and dream big. So, beyond studying, life has made me discover different things that I have completely fallen in love with like sports, music and guitar. I love to travel and discover every little corner of the world, also because life itself is an extraordinary journey that must be explored day after day.
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