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Vegan Hotels UK: The Best Hotels for Vegans, from London to the Lake District

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Vegan hotels UK: whether you’re looking for a vegan B&B to stay in in Scotland, a vegetarian guest house in the Lake District or the luxury of a vegan suite at a London hotel, you’ve got plenty of choices in terms of a vegan hotel.

UK wide, more and more vegan hotels are opening all the time (including some that have gone vegan, like Beck Hall), and I plan to update this list as more places open to list the best vegan hotels in the UK.

A few of the best vegan hotels UK I’ll be covering include:

*The entire hotel isn’t vegan, but they have a vegan suite which has all-vegan decor and bedding and is cleaned using vegan products, has a vegan minibar and vegan room service menu

Some of the options below are vegan-friendly, simply because there’s no fully vegan equivalent (yet!) but I’ve noted which these are. If you know of another vegan hotel, or run one, please get in touch.

Are you looking for more vegan hotels, Europe wide? Find my list of the best vegan hotels in Europe and world here.


1. Vegan accommodation London
     1a. Vegan hotel London: vegan suite, Hilton Bankside
     1b. Vegetarian hotel London: Temple Lodge Club
     1c. Vegetarian B&B London: Kew
2. Vegetarian accommodation Lake District
     2a. Vegan B&B Lake District: Fox Hall
     2b. Vegetarian hotel Lake District: Yewfield
     2c. Vegetarian hotel Ambleside
3. Vegan hotels UK: rest of England
     3a. Vegan hotel: Beck Hall
     3b. Vegetarian and vegan retreat UK: The Clover Mill
     3c. Loaf vegan B&B, Berwick-upon-Tweed
     3d. Peasholm Park vegan B&B, Scarborough
     3e. Bleujennow vegan B&B, Penzance, Cornwall
     3f. Nab Cottage B&B, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex
     3g. The Base Vegan Retreat, Bristol
4. Vegan hotels Scotland
     4a. Saorsa 1875 vegan hotel
     4b. Vegan B&B
     4c. Stonewater House vegan B&B, Lamlash

Vegan accommodation London

Looking for vegan hotels? London has become a bit of a plant-based paradise — the UK capital is now home to over 100 entirely vegan restaurants, the highest number of any city in the world!

You can also find vegan alternatives at pretty much every restaurant in the city now. But it’s still not home to a 100% vegan hotel. Thankfully, there are vegan-friendly hotels in London and increasingly, you can also find vegetarian B&Bs and even a vegan hotel suite!

Vegan suite at Hilton Bankside London

Vegan suite, Hilton London Bankside

Type: vegan-friendly

Best for: luxury vegan hotel UK

Whilst there’s no London vegan hotel that’s 100% vegan, the good news is you can get a vegan suite at the Hilton! Billed as the world’s first vegan hotel suite, the Hilton Bankside thought of everything when they built their new vegan suite. If you’re looking for a vegan luxury hotel in the UK, this is one of the best vegan-friendly luxury hotels.

The vegan experience goes beyond vegan options on the restaurant menu.

From eco-friendly and vegan bedding to pineapple leather furniture, vegan and cruelty-free toiletries in the bathroom and a vegan room service menu to the vegan cleaning products (!) the cleaning team use to clean the room, Hilton has pulled out all the stops.

I love the attention to detail. They’ve also got a vegan hotel menu for room service.

Of course, it does come at a price — staying here isn’t cheap. But if you want a bit of vegan luxury, the Hilton Bankside is the place. It’s simply one of the best vegan friendly hotels in the UK.

Be sure to ask for the vegan suite when you book.

Click here for more information.

Hammersmith Bridge and the Thames

Vegetarian bed and breakfast London: Temple Lodge Club

Type: 100% vegetarian with vegan options

Temple Lodge Club is a vegetarian B&B in London. Located in Hammersmith, near the river, its location is a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of Central London.

It’s within easy reach of Heathrow, and it’s also easy to get into the centre of London by tube from here.

If you don’t mind staying a bit outside the centre of town, this is a great option. It’s also next to a branch of The Gate, one of London’s most popular vegetarian restaurants.

Temple Lodge Club is all vegetarian, and you can request plant-based breakfasts. They strive to use eco-friendly cleaning products. They do have down duvets so you may wish to ask them for an alternative.

Click here for more information.

A cosy room with a bed, TV and side tables pictured

Kew Gardens B&B

Type: 100% vegetarian with vegan options

Kew Gardens B&B is a vegetarian B&B in Kew, a suburb of London. It’s pretty far outside the centre of London, but very quiet, so it’s a good option if you love the peace and quiet and don’t mind travelling into London.

Vegan breakfasts are available.

Each room has a private bathroom and free wifi. The B&B is a short walk from the charming Kew Village, where you can get the train or tube.

Click here for more information.

See more vegan hotels in London here.

Glass House Retreat (plant based food)

Best for: vegan spas UK

Note: products used in spa are not vegan, but all food in the hotel is vegan

Looking for a vegan spa break near London? Glass House is located in Essex.

Whether you’re looking for short or longer vegan breaks, they have a number of packages, from a spa day to an overnight or a multi-day retreat. They have a fully vegan menu. However, one important and incredibly disappointing thing to note is that they use Elemis products (for facials), a company that used to be  cruelty-free, but recently since being acquired by a new parent company now tests on animals.

Therefore, if you’re planning to use the spa, you’ll want to skip Elemis treatments (or better yet, request an alternative – even if they don’t have one, it’s good to put the request in so they might in future) and instead stick to enjoying the spa facilities, such as the pool, sauna, steam room, natural outdoor swimming pond and the classes on offer (yoga, meditation, etc).

They offer vegan and raw meals, wellness classes and events and full use of the spa facilities. They also have vegan cooking classes and vegan afternoon tea. 

Click here for more information.

Lake District vegetarian accommodation

If you’re planning at trip to the Lake District, you might want to look for vegetarian hotels in the Lake District to make your life a little easier — that way you won’t have to worry about finding vegan breakfast, even if your hotel is a bit remote.

Instead, you can focus on the amazing walks and scenery.

A garden with flowers and a trellis and decking area

Fox Hall

Type: 100% vegan

Best for: vegan Lake District stays

Looking for a vegan B&B UK? Fox Hall is a 100% vegan B&B In Kendal, Cumbria.

The plant-based cuisine on offer includes a home-cooked vegan breakfast and dinner, and the option of a takeaway vegan lunch box, perfect for when you’re rambling. This is the perfect place to stay if you don’t want to have to worry about food at all!

They also offer classes at their vegan cookery school. The B&B has a shared guest lounge which opens onto a shared lawned garden, with views across the River Kent valley.

Children are always welcome at Fox Hall.

Click here for more information.

Shot of the outside of the hotel and grounds

Yewfield vegetarian guest house Lake District

Type: 100% vegetarian with vegan options

Yewfield is a 100% vegetarian guesthouse set in 80 acres of peaceful private grounds in the Lake District. They offer vegan breakfast options.

The B&B has 18 private rooms, and 3 self-catering holiday flats. Yewfield offer yoga sessions, and also hosts classical music concerts.

Many rooms have stunning views across the countryside, and the guesthouse won a 5 star award from the Lake District tourist board.

Click here for more information.

Hotel room with bed, armchair and fireplace

Ambleside Manor vegetarian B&B Lake District

Type: 100% vegetarian with vegan options

The sister guesthouse to Yewfield, Ambleside is a vegetarian guesthouse in Ambleside. They offer vegan options. Children and dogs are welcome.

Set in 2 acres of private grounds and with parking available, 15 comfortable en-suite rooms are available.

All rooms have a shower over bath or walk-in shower, TV/DVD, free wifi and tea and coffee making facilities. Many rooms have stunning views.

Click here for more information.

Vegan hotels UK: rest of England

If you’re looking for vegan or vegetarian hotels in the UK outside London, here are more vegan places to stay in England, from a vegan retreat to a vegan B&B in Cornwall.

Beck Hall, North Yorkshire

Beck Hall is the first 100% vegan hotel in England.

After the owners of Beck Hall adopted a vegan diet themselves, they decided to turn the hotel fully vegan in December 2023. In addition to only serving plant-based meals, as adherents to a vegan lifestyle, they’ve also swapped all toiletries for vegan toiletries and all bedding, pillows and laundry detergents are vegan too. (They do say some non-vegan furniture remains on site but they’ll replace it with vegan versions when it wears out.)

This dog-friendly hotel is on my top list of spots I want to visit – dogs are allowed everywhere in the hotel and stay for free! 

Reviewers praise the food and say it’s delicious. They also love the location and say it’s great for walks in the Yorkshire Dales.

The hotel also won Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice in 2023. They serve vegan afternoon tea and also do vegan roasts on Sundays.

The menu sounds delicious, with breakfast options such as vegan pancakes or a full English, and dinners like seitan roasts, a mushroom Wellington, slow-cooked seitan ribs or a North Indian thali.

Outside of hotel and grounds with trees

Vegetarian and vegan spa UK: The Clover Mill

Type: 100% vegetarian with vegan options

Best for: vegan spa hotel UK/vegan spa break UK, vegan weekend breaks UK

The Clover Mill is an Ayurvedic retreat and spa in Malvern, Worcestershire. If you’re looking for a vegan-friendly spa hotel in the UK, The Clover Mill is the perfect place.

All meals are vegetarian and vegan and gluten free meals are catered for (be sure to request vegan food in advance in just case).

They use vegetables from their garden and orchard. Refined sugars are avoided and wholemeal/whole grains are used.

All meals are made following Ayurvedic principles, using ingredients from their garden and orchards, and vegan and gluten free options are available.

The Clover Mill offers Ayurveda and yoga retreats, and also has a day spa, which you can take advantage of. Retreats usually run over the weekend. If you’re looking for a vegan spa break in the UK, be sure to check out The Clover Mill.

Accommodation is in eco-lodges, with feature windows that open onto a private deck with lake views.

You can also book a spa day, which includes an Ayurvedic assessment, massage with body oil, use of the grounds and relaxation space, use of a steam room and Ayurvedic lunch.

Click here for more information.

A vase of tulips and cup of coffee on a side table next to a bed

Loaf vegan B&B

Type: 100% vegan

Loaf is a 100% vegan bed and breakfast in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland. Set in the countryside, you can enjoy miles of sandy beaches, riverside walks or a walk to the local pub.

Nearby, you can also engage in whale-watching, walking, cycling, diving, surfing and birdwatching.

As well as vegan breakfasts at the B&B, there’s also the possibility of vegan dinner, afternoon tea and picnic hampers.

All rooms have vegan toiletries, TVs, a hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, wifi and vegan room treats available on arrival.

Click here for more information.

The b and b owners are pictured outside the accommodation

Peasholm Park vegan B&B

Type: 100% vegan

Peasholm is a 100% vegan B&B in Scarborough, Northumberland. Vegan breakfast is included, with the option of a buffet or a vegan full English breakfast.

The B&B is located just across from a Japanese garden and only 5 minutes’ walk from North Bay Beach! Nearby you’ll find Scarborough castle, South Bay, a miniature steam railway, arcades, shops and more.

All rooms are en-suite and some have views of the park. There are also a few shared areas — a bar-lounge, library, conservatory and garden.

Click here for more information.

View of the coastline and sea

Bleujennow vegan B&B

Type: 100% vegan

Bleujennow is a 100% vegan B&B in Penzance, Cornwall. To encourage you to come via public transort, they offer free pick-up and drop-off at the bus and train stations (which I think is a brilliant idea!).

In addition, to help guests travel light, they have a number of items available to borrow, including a baby cot, highchair, changing mat, beach chairs, beach towels, buckets and spades, wetsuits and bodyboards.

The B&B is fully vegan and offers vegan breakfasts, and they have vegan Faith in Nature toiletries available. They wash everything in vegan products and clean using vegan and eco-friendy products.

The B&B has two rooms. One room has sea views. They share a bathroom, and each room has toiletries, a TV, free wifi kettle and hairdryer.

Click here for more information.

Nab B&B, Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex

Type: 100% vegan

Located in Bexhill-on-Sea, Nab is a dog-friendly vegan B&B. 

Vegan breakfast (using mostly organic ingredients) is served every morning in the guest breakfast room, which also doubles as the sitting room that guests and their dogs can use throughout the stay.

This is one place I’d love to visit with my dog, given how dog-friendly it is! They have their own friendly dog who greets visitors, and a fenced garden for the dogs to run around in.

They also give you a list of walks and dog-friendly places to eat in the area.

As well as the included breakfast, there’s the option to book a 3-course vegan dinner as well. 

Click here for more information.

The Base Vegan Retreat, Bristol

Type: 100% vegan

The Base is a vegan retreat and small animal sanctuary in Hanham, 30 minutes’ drive from Bristol.

It’s not only vegan, but they state upfront that guests cannot bring any animal products on site, so you’ll be assured during your visit you won’t be confronted with any meat!

As a small animal sanctuary, they are home to turkeys, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and rabbits rescued from farms and other dangerous situations. It’s the perfect spot to visit if you want to stay at a sanctuary.

There’s the option to stay in an en-suite in the house or in a luxury log cabin on the grounds. The cabin has a kingsize bed, en-suite and full kitchen including a dishwasher.

All rooms have underfloor heating, a coffee machine and smart TV, and there’s an outdoor hot tub for use. Vegan breakfasts and dinners are available (not included).

Click here for more information.

Vegan hotels Scotland

Exterior of the hotel

Saorsa 1875 vegan hotel, Scotland

Type: 100% vegan

Saorsa 1875 is a 100% vegan boutique hotel in Pitlochry, Perthshire. 

Set in a beautiful country house in 2 acres of woodlands and gardens, Saorsa 1875 is a very special place to stay. It’s located in a restored 19th century farmhouse.

Each of the 11 bedrooms is individually styled with luxurious linens and antique furniture, and have vegan toiletries available. 

The hotel has a common area lounge with fireplace and an on-site restaurant and bar serving all vegan food, and showcasing local, seasonal and foraged food plus craft beers and cocktails.

Every review I’ve read says how wonderful the gourmet food is.

The hotel is also dog friendly!

Click here for more information.

The Field Shelter: vegan guesthouse in Perthshire

Type: 100% vegan

Jojo, who used to run the blogs Ethical Vegan Life and Vegan in Brighton, runs The Field Shelter, a 100% vegan guesthouse in Kirkmichael, Perthshire.

As well as being all vegan (a vegan cooked Scottish breakfast is included), the guesthouse is eco-friendly too.

They are powered by renewable energy, tea is loose leaf and there are vegan toiletries and reading materials available in the guesthouse.

The guesthouse has a small kitchenette (fridge, kettle, microwave) and is stocked with loose leaf tea, coffee, vegan cereal and oat milk.

With an aim to make everything as ethical and eco-friendly as possible, they purchased art from local independent artists and designers, some secondhand furniture and organic fairtrade cotton sheets and towels.

Plate of cooked vegan breakfast

Stonewater vegan B&B

Type: 100% vegan

Stonewater is a 100% vegan B&B  in Lamlash, on the Isle of Arran, Scotland.

Stonewater House overlooks Lamlash pier, with views from the breakfast room over the pier and bay. There’s a shared guest lounge with a log fireplace and TV (all rooms also have TVs).

All rooms are en-suite and have TVs, free wifi, a hairdryer and coffee and tea making facilities. Vegan breakfast is included, and packed vegan lunches are available.

Click here for more information.


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Hi, I’m Caitlin and I’ve been vegan since 2008 and vegetarian my whole life. Since going vegan, I’ve lived in 4 countries and travelled to over 30! I’ve also published two bestselling vegan books (The Essential Vegan Travel Guide and The Barcelona Vegan Guide) and had my work featured in The New York Times, Vegetarian Food & Living and Vegan Life magazine. I’ve veganised my life and I’m here to help you design your life around your vegan values. 


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