The Ultimate Guide to Vegan Hotels and B&Bs

Looking for the perfect getaway? Here’s our ultimate guide to vegan hotels and B&Bs in the UK.

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Looking for a vegan-friendly holiday right here in the UK? Whether you love action-packed city breaks, relaxing in a country village or getting your dose of vitamin sea, there are plenty of places to explore without going abroad.

Opting for a staycation can be just as fun as international travel and you don’t have to miss out on great vegan food either. You’ll also save time (no need to exchange currency or queue at the airport) and support the local economy and tourism industry in the UK.

We’re lucky to have hidden gems all over the nation, making vegan travel so much easier. Browse our guide and start planning your next getaway!

Vegan Hotels, B&Bs and Lodges

Peasholme Park

This vegan-owned B&B in Scarborough is perfect if you’re looking for a beach staycation. It’s within walking distance from North Bay Beach where you can relax to your heart’s content.

Located opposite Peasholm Park, the B&B is just minutes away from a beautiful boating lake, waterfall, Pagoda and woodland walks.

Everything from the electricity to the toiletries is vegan-friendly and your stay includes a full vegan breakfast. You can enjoy the range of vegan wines, lagers, beers and ciders available too.

Peasholm Park
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Saorsa 1875

Who said you can’t enjoy a unique holiday right here in the UK? Saorsa 1875, based in Perthshire, Scotland is the UK’s first vegan hotel. Each of the 11 rooms is individually styled and you won’t be short of creature comforts here.

Complete with toiletries from ethical brands, on-site vegan dining and a hotel bar buzzing with events, guests are in for a real treat here.

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Beck Hall

England’s first plant-based hotel is based near the beautiful Malham Cove in Yorkshire. When you’re in need of a scenic stay, Beck Hall is surrounded by Yorkshire’s rolling hills and there are plenty of beautiful walks nearby.

The hotel has 20 en-suite rooms, as well as a plant-based restaurant and bar. All rooms are dog-friendly.

Beck Hall, Malham
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Our Lizzy

Located in the stunning spa town of Malvern, Worcestershire, Our Lizzy offers a comforting stay when you need a break. As well as local attractions and shops, you’ll be close to some spectacular walking routes here.

This plant-based B&B started as a vegan cookery course but now allows guests to stay over (a booking of two nights minimum is required). Your stay includes a delicious vegan brekkie too.

Our Lizzy Vegan B&B
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Nab Cottage

Looking for a vegan-friendly seaside resort? Nab Cottage is a vegan bed and breakfast located in a renovated farmhouse dating back to the1850s. It’s just a short drive or walk from the popular seaside resort of Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex, giving you plenty to do on your vegan staycation.

If you want to bring your pooch along for the fun, you’ll be pleased to know that Nab Cottage welcomes your furry guests.

Nab Cottage, Bexhill on Sea
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Retreat Animal Rescue Lodges

Is a hands-on holiday your thing? Then you’ll love The Retreat Animal Rescue in Kent, which is home to an array of animals including ex-racehorses, cows saved from slaughter, injured birds, worn-out battery hens and many more.

As well as the animal rescue, there are two beautiful lodges visitors can stay in, both of which are self-catered. There is a café and vending machine available for guests and you’re welcome to volunteer throughout your visit too.

Animal Rescue Vegan B&B
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Luxury Vegan Glamping

Does your dream staycation involve hot tubs, breathtaking scenery and cosy vibes? Get your glamp on at Hempsall Farm, Cambridgeshire. Stay in a luxury tent, whip up delicious vegan dinners on the campfire and even enjoy a bit of table tennis or pool.

You’ll also have access to a kitchen, luxury shower room and toilets, as well as a dining and seating area, which is ideal for those who don’t like traditional camping. If you fancy exploring outside of the farm, you can embark on some lovely woodland walks or visit the city of Cambridge nearby.

Hempsall Farm Luxury Vegan Glamping
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The Miggi

Soak up South Devon’s sun at The Miggi guesthouse. This quirky vegan hotel offers book-themed rooms, delicious plant-powered breakfasts and other homemade treats. Dogs are also welcome so you can look forward to scenic strolls on Preston Sands beach with your family companions too.

Torbay offers an array of attractions to explore from steam trains to kayaking. Whether you prefer laidback holidays or action-packed trips, you’ll never be short of things to do here.

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The Field Shelter

Treat yourself to some well-deserved quiet time and relaxation at The Field Shelter in Perthshire, Scotland. This is a vegan haven for people who want to be surrounded by nature and wildlife throughout their vacation.

The cosy guesthouse is stocked with oat milk, vegan cereals and tea and coffee, as well as cruelty-free toiletries. It’s situated close to Cairngorms National Park and Glenshee ski centre and the Cateran Trail, giving you plenty of picturesque walking routes.

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Loaf Vegan B&B

Northumberland’s first ever vegan B&B has been around since 2013 and is a great family-friendly staycation. Loaf’s self-contained apartments offer views of the beautiful cottage and riverside, and guests can watch the world go by in the gorgeous garden.

Guests can also enjoy a plant-based breakfast and have access to a mini kitchen and dining area. It’s sure to feel like a home away from home!

Loaf Vegan B&B
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Stonewater House

The Isle of Arran is a stunning place for a staycation, and thanks to Stonewater House, your vegan requirements will be taken care of. The menu includes plant-based breakfasts and packed lunches on request.

Overlooking the gorgeous Lamlash Pier and Holy Isle, this is the prime location for those looking for a holiday with stunning scenery. On the Isle of Arran, you’ll have tons of attractions to browse at your leisure, including restaurants, cafes, golf courses and local shops, as well as hiking routes and beaches.

Stonewater house
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Greenstone Lodge

The Scottish Highlands boast some of the most dramatic views the UK has to offer, which is why it should be on your list of places to visit for a vegan staycation. This plant-based B&B welcomes guests with cake on arrival and you can choose from a range of vegan breakfasts during your stay. There is also the option to order dinner and packed lunches.

Greenstone Lodge is located in The Bridge of Orchy, another prime spot for breathtaking hikes. Based just 12 miles from the Glencoe Mountain resort, guests are a short journey away from skiing and snowboarding in the winter, as well as mountain biking in the summer. Ben Nevis is an hour away in the car too, so you’ll never be bored here!

Greenstone Lodge
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Selbrooke House

Bristol is a haven for vegans, making it a worthy destination for a UK-based holiday. Selbrooke House is a sustainable and vegan place to stay, with renewable energy and eco-friendly furnishings.

This self-contained property can sleeps up to 8 people and items such as fresh bed linen and towels are provided. You’ll have plenty on your doorstep to explore in Bristol, from vegan eateries to beautiful parks.

Selbrooke House
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