Belu are an award-winning ethical business and social enterprise offering great tasting British natural mineral water and quality filtration systems. Their business is driven by environment and social impact. They minimise their environmental impact by using recycled materials, not exporting water and are 100% carbon neutral. Belu are also very proud to be the exclusive bottled water partner of WaterAid, giving 100% of net profits to end water poverty.
As of March 22nd, they've given £5.5m to transform lives of people around the world with clean water through their partnership with Water Aid since 2011.
So where will you see Belu when you visit us at Lime Wood and Herb House…
In all our rooms at Lime Wood, guests will find our refillable water bottles that they can take home to re-use and use in the spa. Guests will also find still and sparkling water from Belu.
At Herb House, we encourage using re-fillable water bottles! Since introducing our refillable water bottles and Belu Filtration System 4 years ago we have been saving a huge 106,680 single-use bottles a year and 2,059 lives will be transformed with clean water worldwide. Belu still and sparkling water is also served in Raw & Cured our food bar in Herb House offering delicious, healthy and natural food.
Even in Hartnett Holder & Co you’ll be able to drink with a difference and enjoy still or sparkling Belu water in glass bottles with your meal. By ordering Belu water with your lunch or dinner you’ll be helping to transform lives worldwide with clean water. Belu gives 100% of their net profits to the charity WaterAid to reach more people with clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene worldwide.
Smoked & Uncut
At our open-air summer festivals, Belu play a huge role in keeping our festi-guests hydrated! At our festivals, we have our ‘hydration stations’ where guests can purchase our Smoked & Uncut refillable water bottles and fill up using Belu filtered water throughout the day.
If you like to learn more about the amazing work Belu do, head over to their website this World Water Day!