Are you like me and sometimes travel somewhere simply because of food or quirky accommodation? Does the sound of an all veg place to rest your weary head make you excited?!
I have a new hobby of collecting vegan hostels, hotels, resorts, etc. and figured I should actually publish the information! This list will be updated as I discover new ones.
Disclaimer: I have not stayed at all of these places nor am I personally affiliated with them. I’ve just compiled this list and the descriptions based on each accommodation’s websites, reviews, social media profiles, etc. in hopes that it helps others seeking out vegan places to stay for some travel inspiration. If you find your place on this list and don’t want it listed, just contact me and I’m happy to take it down. This list began with a discussion on the Vegan Travel group on Facebook and many of the places listed below were recommended by members there.
Know of a somewhere not on this list or found something inaccurate? Please comment below or contact me and let me know!
AirBnB – If there’s no specifically vegan accommodation where you want to go, I recommend getting an AirBnB with a kitchen. I do this all the time and it’s way cheaper than a hotel and means you can be vegan pretty much anywhere and also explore the local grocery stores! Even if I do eat out often I quite like a kitchen to have breakfast at home. If you’re new to AirBnB, you can join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking (disclaimer: I get a small amount of AirBnB credit if you use my link, which I’ll use for more vegan traveling!).
Veggie Hotels – A database of purely vegetarian and vegan hotels, b&bs and guesthouses in more than 60 countries. Search by location, good if you already have a country in mind.
Vegvisits – an all-vegetarian version of AirBnB. Book rooms online at all-veg places.
Vegan Cruises and Tours
Veg Jaunts and Journeys – Afraid to travel alone, or want the planning done for you? Veg Jaunts and Journeys takes small groups of vegans and aspiring vegans to visit the many vegan-friendly places sprouting up around the world, including new restaurants, hotels, festivals, walking tours and animal sanctuaries. It doesn’t make a whole lot of sense for vegans to join mainstream tours where they would be extremely limited by the included meals, as well as
visiting attractions and partaking in activities that potentially cause harm to animals. They are different as they do not rsh through cities, each trip is 7-10 days so you can really get to know the city. With a small group, you won’t feel alone, and the likelihood that someone in the group knows a foreign language will be very helpful outside city centers. Transportation costs, such as hiring a van with a local driver, can be split across the group, making the place much more accessible. Many of their tours include all meals, so your trip is truly all-inclusive. Popular vegan restaurants will be chosen ahead of the trip, saving valuable vacation time.
Vegan River Cruises – 100% vegan cruises. Enough said. 😉
Vegan Surf Camp – Spend unforgettable holidays on the southwest coast of France in our unique vegan-organic surf camp. Our international Staff welcomes you in an eco-friendly, relaxing, and party atmosphere. Come with your family, friends or alone and enjoy summer, surf and sun!
Forest Haven B&B – an eco-friendly (off the grid), vegan B&B in a beautiful forest setting in Beaufort (less than 2 hours west of Melbourne) in the heart of the Pyrenees region. Tasty meals while focusing on being ethically and sustainably responsible. Forest Haven is situated on 9.5 acres, where you can wander at your leisure, relax and watch the local bird life and other wildlife. Their menu offers a variety of hearty cooked, gluten free and raw dishes, but can cater to your dietary choices on request. Prices start at AUS$120 per night.
Bed & Broccoli – Owned by former business executives, Bed and Broccoli was established on an old dairy farm as a way to invite others to experience the vegan lifestyle and help fund the rescue of spent farm animals that find their way to the property. Formerly business executives, we established Bed and Broccoli on an old dairy farm as a way to invite others to experience our lifestyle and help fund the rescue of spent farm animals. One room with queen-sized bed and meals. Prices start at AUS$150 per night including full breakfast for two for mid-week price. A three night booking attracts a 20% discount for the third night. A five night booking attracts a 40% discount for the fifth night. A full week booking (seven nights) gets the seventh night free.
The Beet Retreat -non-judgemental and welcoming vegan b&b. Plant based meals, convenient yet private location as a beautiful base to explore the region’s many wineries. Vegan and raw vegan cooking classes and/or personal training sessions offered. Prices start at around AUS$140 per night. You can also book via AirBnB here. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Loving Hut on Lake Klopein Vegan Inn and Restaurant – You guys, Loving Hut has a HOTEL. What. This is already intriguing enough to me to send it to the top of my bucket list. There is a private beach on Lake Klopein and this lake is apparently the warmest in Austria due to thermal springs underground. Open from May to October only. Prices start at €44 for a single room without a lake view outside the prime season. It’s possible to bring dogs for an extra fee per night. Only downside is no alcohol is allowed on the property, but maybe for you it’s an upside? There’s gotta be some nearby bar off the property, right?!
aanaajaanaa – ecological, vegetarian bed and breakfast. Near little markets in the pedestrian shopping-zone in the historical center of Ghent. Organic, vegetarian-vegan food in a nineteenth-century house, with cavements of the Middle Ages, recently renovated with respect for existing elements and with natural materials. You sleep in beds of highest international, ecological standards. You enjoy all contemporary comfort and a breakfast with only organic and fair-trade ingredients. Prices start at €80 per night including breakfast. Discounts possible for longer stays.
Ecohostel – The hostel is located on a boat on a lazy canal just outside town, in walking distance of the historic centre.They are a converted barge, with a water purification on top of the roof, you sleep on 100% natural mattresses in a low energy building that’s CO2 neutral… The breakfast is vegetarian, organic and fair trade; and we have some excellent organic beers, wine, lemonade and juices on offer, which you can drink on the – if you’re lucky- sunny deck. They have double rooms as well as beds in dorms of different sizes, with prices starting from 22€, breakfast, linen and taxes included. A PPKer gave a tip that they treat vegans well even if they’re only vegetarian.
Siem Reap Vegan Villa – A vegan AirBnB run by some fellow vegan travel bloggers. Just 15 minutes away from Angkor Wat & 5 minutes from Siem Reap town center. Prices around €20 per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Mountain b&b – Described as “where the mountain, city and ocean meet” this bed and breakfast is located in beautiful North Vancouver, in is a clean, traditional home in a very quiet neighborhood. They offer warm hospitality, home baking and full breakfasts. European owner. 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver and very close to a bus stop. Vegetarian, gluten free and vegan catered for. Prices start at CAN$110 per night.
Piebird Vegan Farmstay / Farm Sanctuary – an all vegan Bed & Breakfast, Guesthouse and Cottage Rental (depending on what you want). Vegan agri-tourism destination. You can also participate in life at Piebird during one of several workshops, a hands-on gardening intensive, etc. Piebird was born in 2005 out of a passion for resurrecting not only the glory of this house itself but the land around it as well as a sustainable, self-sufficient way of life. Set amidst farmland and forest, nestled between branches of the South River and Beatty Creek, with boat access to Lake Nipissing. Every meal is a special occasion at Piebird, served either in the tea room or on the wraparound veranda. Homegrown, local and organic produce and served with love. You can even order seeds from their garden! Prices start at CAN$165 per night for 2 people in their Birdhouse Cottage
Nomad Hostel and Cafe – The hostel itself is in an ex-monastery in the picturesque old village of Shuhe, which is a superb place from where to explore Lijiang (at a louzy 6 km) and surroundings. Nomad Guesthouse offers comfortable rooms as well as budget accommodation for intrepid travelers, backpackers and cyclists in a quiet, rather loungy atmosphere. They have a book collection and international staff. Nomad Café serves (European) breakfasts, healthy, vegetarian dishes, 100% freshly squeezed fruit juices, freshly grounded coffees and a variety of bakery sweets in a Tibetan style, smoke free environment. Whole wheat fresh bread from their oven. Dharma Hall can be used for practicing meditation if you’d like, or you can increase your knowledge about Buddhism by reading a book from their large Buddhism collection. Nomad Guesthouse & Café also donates a considerable part of income to various charity projects. Seems prices start at US$6 per night for a dorm bed. Contact info for booking here.
Lands in Love – An ecological vegetarian hotel, resort and adventure center located in cloud forest, 32 km from San Ramon. It features an outdoor pool and hot tub, 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Rooms at Lands in Love Hotel and Resort come with cable TV and a ceiling fan. There is a desk, minibar and coffee maker. The private bathroom includes a shower and toiletries. The hotel restaurant serves Israeli, international and local food. They can also prepare a special health menu for celiac- gluten free, diabetics, weight watchers, vegans, and any special prescribed diet. Whoever wishes to cook his own recipes is invited to do so in our kitchen. There is a bar and snack bar, as well as a porch overlooking the cloud forest. The hotel is next to forest trails and is an hour’s drive from the Arenal Volcano National Park. San José Airport is 75 minutes’ drive away. They adventure portion include opportunities to go ziplining, hiking, canyoning, tubing, wall climbing, etc. Prices around $100 per night.
Lands in Love Hotel Costa Rica
Waterfall Villas – The owners are vegan. Waterfall Villas is a Romantic Boutique Wellness Retreat and Spa with Private Waterfalls in the Baru Rainforest with Accommodations in Balinese style Villas/ Suites. Accommodations are luxurious in Balinese tropical style. They state they are heaven on earth for vegetarians, vegans and raw foodists. They also offer detox programs, retreats, adventure packages and more. The Waterfall Villas offer an escape from the heat and crowds on the beach in an exclusive enclave to chill out, and relax. They are a unique eco-hotel blending indoor and outdoor spaces seamlessly. Prices start at $140 per night.
Villa Fauna – A vegan bed & breakfast located on a lush mountain above the town of San Mateo (1,500 ft up), in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. Their 2.75 acre land offers an incredible ocean view of the Gulf of Nicoya, lovely breezes, and lower temperatures and humidity than most places in Costa Rica. At mid day, temperatures are usually around 78-88 degrees, and at night, temperatures dip down into the mid 60s. Just a few minutes from the fruit capital of Costa Rica, Orotina, and its restaurants, farmers’ markets, and stores, 20 minutes from Turu Ba Ri Eco-Adventure Park (fantastic zip lining, canopy tour, nature tours/hiking, hanging bridges, and skytram), 20 minutes from swimmable waterfalls, 30-45 minutes from several Pacific beaches (Punta Leona, Herradura, and Jaco), and 40 minutes from the SJO airport. Villa Fauna is owned and operated by 2 Baltimore natives who appreciate a vegan lifestyle, healthy living (with a few splurges here and there), and animal and nature lovers. Thes hope to have guests that are open to their plant based lifestyle and dishes (for ethical, environmental, and health reasons). Prices start at US$110 per night. Review on Vegan Travel here.
The Farriers B&B – we must be living in the future because there’s an all vegan B&B on Cyprus, how cool! Price is €25 per person per night. NO single supplement charges. For all you poor backpackers, there is also the option of a working holiday, which offers a 25% discount per night in exchange for 3 hours work in the garden or cattery. 50% of the profits go to the project known as Mandry’s Fund, a local TNR project (Trap Neuter Release feral cats). The place is shared with a number of rescue cats and dogs so guests need to be animal friendly. Kouklia is well serviced by Tavernas and Restaurants and the village square is also host to an art gallery and craft shop as well as a museum. Paphos and Pissouri are equal distance away at 15k and 15 minutes away from Paphos airport.
The Hidden Veggie Kitchen and Gite – a Cosy Vegetarian & Vegan Home Restaurant, tucked away in the Haute Vienne. They also have a 1 bedroom gite for rental from May 2017. You dine in the relaxed, informal atmosphere of their rustic self-renovated Dining room in their home and you bring your own wine. For food, they offer an inexpensive 3 course set menu on Friday & Saturday Evenings. Pizza Thursdays ( Veggie & Vegan) take place weekly, and Burger Mondays ( Veggie & Vegan) take place weekly. Price is €65 per night (€60 if 3+ nights). They also offer bread and pasta-making courses!
Visiting Berlin? Check out my Where to Stay in Berlin post here for suggestions of apartments, hostels and hotels with distance to local vegan spots. Need food inspiration? My Berlin Vegan Guide is here and super thorough!
Almodóvar Hotel – All vegetarian organic kitchen, wellness and spa area above the rooftops of Berlin and a sauna on site. Focus on sustainability, all coffee is fairtrade and wood sourced from sustainable forests. Prices start at around €80 per night for a single room off season.
Cozy Room in Green Treptow – Maybe this is weird to include, but I also rent a guest room out occasionally in Berlin at affordable prices! It’s always nice to stay with other vegan travelers and bloggers, so get at me if you’re looking for a place via direct message.
Hierland – Hierland is a vegan B&B. You can book a room in their “gipsy wagon” via AirBnB here or their room here. Additionally you can order a yoga class (in the summer in their tipi), a vegan meal or rent a bike. The spot is nearby the Reichswald, a very beautiful forest, the flood plain of the Rijn, a vast nature zone and cute cities in Germany and the Netherlands. The owners love nature so they pick their own wild herbs for food and tea and make dinners with their own vegetables, have their own fruits for breakfast, etc. Website is all in dutch. Put it through Google Translate or give the owner a call directly (she speaks English) at +49 15783809192. Prices start at €20 per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Vegane Bergpension – About 3 hours from Berlin, this place would make a great weekend trip destination from Berlin or Leipzig. The website is only in German so just put it through Google Translate if you don’t speak German. They are right on a lake in the mountains, also good location for skiing it seems. For €125 you get a double room for 2 people for two nights, vegan breakfast and dinner both nights and, if it’s rainy, one sauna visit. That works out to only about €30 per person, per night including food, not bad I think! It’s definitely been added to my weekend trip getaway list!
Baobab Guesthouse – Baobab is an education NGO, a guesthouse, and a vegan restaurant right in the middle of downtown Cape Coast. Rooms and meals are really affordable. I also got a tip that there’s even another cute vegan restaurant just a 2-minute walk down the road. Prices start az 40 GHC (about €9) per night. You can also find their Facebook here.
Mango Bay Resort – In the Caribbean country Grenada on the main island sharing the same name, Mango Bay Resort promotes sustainable practices while offering first-class hospitality to guests. Pristine waters, tranquil environment, and lush greenery. They are careful that Mango Bay maintains its oceanfront cottages without disturbing the environment and strive to promote sustainability at their all-vegetarian and vegan-friendly restaurant and on their farm. They grow their own fruits and vegetables, source the menu with local ingredients, and refrain from using any genetically modified organisms. Prices start at $110 per night on their website (I found cheaper prices on Booking.com).
Budaveg Apartment -Past the hostel stage of your life? Maybe the vegetarian-run Budaveg apartment is for you! They even sweeten the deal by stocking the place with soyamilk! Prices start at €50 per night depending on time of year and include a simple breakfast. Keywords: well-equipped kitchen and pay-as-you-go vegetarian mini-bar. Sleeps up to 6 people.
Vegan Guesthouse – In a small village of +/- 30 inhabitants, this place sounds perfect for those times you want a relaxing holiday out of the city. Prices start at €40 per night for the 2 person guesthouse. A private yoga class will only put you back €10…and there is an orchard on property. Vegan dinner and/or breakfast will cost you a bit extra. Be still, my heart!
Indhrivanam – Located in Kumily Thekkady in the South Indian state of Kerala, Indhrivanam is a unique place to stay with only one detached stone cottage available for tourists. The cottage is situated in a private, quiet and peaceful 1 acre forest with hundreds of old rosewood, almond, mango, jackfruit and orange trees, creating a setting you are unlikely to find elsewhere in Kerala. Indhrivanam is ideally suited for a couple or small family, Indian or non-Indian, who want to get away from the crowds of India, and for people, for instance honeymoon couples, who would like to enjoy their holiday in privacy. It’s a vegan eco retreat constructed using local materials, minimizing the use of paint and concrete, and employing local workers; they rely solely on rainwater harvesting; they use dry toilets and compost all bio-degradable products. They don’t cut trees; and the property is free from pesticides.Indhrivanam is the only purely vegan place to stay in Kerala. Breakfast is Indian or continental with fruit and fruit juice (extra charge). Dinner is from the North Indian, South Indian, Mediterranean or Middle Eastern cuisines. Coffee/tea, lime juice, and, on good days, cakes are available free throughout the day in the main building. For lunch, or if you prefer to eat breakfast and/or dinner somewhere else, there are around 100 restaurants located within 1 to 10 kilometres from Indhrivanam. Prices start at 55€ per night.
Vegan AirBnB – Lovely, quiet and cozy apartment in the old court in Milan, Bovisa with a vegan owner. 5 minutes from the center via public transport. Entrance hall, kitchen, bathroom, loft with two beds, living room with a mezzanine with one bed. The house is inhabited by the owner and three cats, free wireless internet, breakfast cake, cookies, tea, coffee and coffee included. No kitchen. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Osteria Vegana BioB&B – Bio vegan B&B, full or half board in the hills of Montesilvano in a rustic villa surrounded by greenery, with panoramic views of the mountain massif of the Gran Sasso west, 5 minutes from the Adriatic Sea. The B&B is owned by vegan Chef Andrea Santilli Goracci, um, yes please. All I can say is the food on their page looks amazing. Prices start at €35 per night. Book via their AirBnB page here. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
The Beehive – Owned by an American couple who packed up their stuff and moved to Rome, this is an eco-conscious cross between a budget hotel and an upscale hostel. They have an all organic and vegetarian cafe onsite, but vegans won’t be left out as I spotted things like tofu scramble on and menu and soymilk as an option for coffee drinks. They are situated near a major train and bus hub in Rome. A room in the dorm will set you back about €25 per night, but they assure that it’s, “not your pizza and beer hostel – we prove that a hostel can be relaxing, social AND clean.” Sounds good to me. You can also get a private room, which costs between €50-100 per night. For the private rooms, you can also book on AirBnB here. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Vegan Inn Airport – You guys, a vegan airport B&B in Italy…has veganism come a long way or what?! Anyway, this place is 2 minutes away from the International Airport Leonardo Da Vinci and 10 minutes from the Fiera di Roma and Parco Leonardo. 100 meters from the B&B there is the bus stop where you cometake the bus directly to Rome city in just 40 minutes and other destinations. Vegan Inn Airport is a nice semi detached house with garden and independent entrance. All the rooms are ensuite and they have free internet wifi, flat screen tv, orthopedic mattress and AC. A small vegan, biological breakfast without animal products is included in the price. Pets are all more than welcome without any extra charge. Prices start at €45 per night for a single room.
B&B Kappaemme Zero – An all vegetarian B%B in Sicily, set 5 km from the beaches of Casteldaccia, B&B Kappaemme zero offers free WiFi in public areas and a garden with BBQ. Rooms here have a balcony and air conditioning. Each room at the Kappaemme zero feature far-reaching sea and mountain views, and a private external bathroom with hairdryer. Uses only high quality products for breakfast, coming exclusively from the surrounding area and their small organic garden. They avoid the use of saturated fats, animal derivatives, industrial products, refined sugars, aromas and additives. Price is 40€ per night for a room with a queen-sized bed.
View at B&B Kappaemme Zero in Sicily
B & B La Casota – 100% vegan Bed & Breakfast in Trentino, cruelty-free vacation on Lake Garda. Delicious breakfast buffet made with mostly local, organic and seasonal products, without the use of any animal based ingredients or products harmful to your health. Even non-vegan guests will not miss any ingredients from the more traditional preparations. The preparation of breakfast is central to their philosophy of hospitality. They strive to prepare for guests delicious food that will improve their lives through the taste of healthy eating,and awaken their sensibility and best personal qualities. Tripadvisor reviews speak of homemade vegan cheese and soya yogurt, wow! Prices start at €50 for a single in the low season.
Yerba Buena Farm – A vegan Rasta family with a farm on the north coast of Jamaica, this place looks like heaven. They strive for a modern-day Rasta lifestyle that is vegan, organic, compassionate and connected to the spirit of nature. Herbal medicine, tropical essential oils, organic farming, heirloom seed growing and distribution and homeschooling are some of their methods for living a simple, healthy life. All of the guest cabins share the kitchen and dining room building. A smooth stone walkway connects all the buildings in the yard. They have a beach shared with the community. You are welcome to pick all the fruit you can eat from their fruit trees. The property is an orchard, and you are almost guaranteed to have a spectacular variety of tropical fruit waiting for you on the kitchen table each morning. No prices are listed on their website, so you will need to inquire with them directly.
Ital Rest Cottage – Environmentally conscious accommodation for budget travellers. Run by a Rasta family and they cook Ital (vegan) meals for guests. Reviews on TripAdvisor rave about how magical it is. No website, but it looks like you can book via Flipkey here. Or try here where the phone numbers are listed. Prices start at between $40-50 per night.
Osa Mariposa – Their website says it all, “Blooming in the midst of a quiet neighborhood made up of sandy streets, fruit trees, small shops, and smiley faces, OSA MARIPOSA serves as an alternative oasis and refuge for experienced travelers or anyone who wishes to relax, eat well, make friends, and fall in love with the pacific beauty of Puerto Escondido. The hostel offers private cabins for couples, friends, or single travelers as well as shared dormitory options for backpackers, families, or groups. Our kitchen serves up highly acclaimed homemade vegetarian and vegan cuisine and our “Six Shark” bar specializes in Oaxacan mezcal and mezcal-influenced cocktails. The nucleus of OSA MARIPOSA is the communal patio where travelers can eat, play, sing, dance, read, or just relax. Hammocks are plentiful. Our library is stocked with board games and books available for loan or exchange. We can also arrange tours, classes, and group activities.” Puerto Escondido is known as one of the top 10 surf destinations in the world. Prices start at around 100 pesos (US$8) per night for a bed in a 4 bed dorm. About US$20 per night for the private room. Want.
Casa Axis Mundi Vegan Retreat Center and B&B – This place looks super charming! They are a vegan B&B with an outdoor pool and gardens with sun terraces. This non-smoking property provides free Wi-Fi throughout. Hammocks overlooking the garden or pool. Casa Axis serves a raw vegan breakfast with plenty of fresh fruit. Raw-food vegan dinners can also be served on request.The property offers courses including spiritual healing, Reiki training, meditation lessons and nutritional coaching. It also offers vegan cookery classes. Their website states they are gay friendly :). The town’s main square and cathedral are 10 minutes’ walk from Casa Axis. The Ek Balam archaeological site is 20 minutes’ drive away, while the famous Chichen-Itza pyramids are within a 45-minute drive. There is a private cave and cenote just outside Valladolid. Prices start at US$80 per night including breakfast.
Vegan AirBnB – An AirBnB in an old converted barn in the center of the Netherlands owned by a vegan couple. They have 4 bedrooms available, one with a two beds, one with two double beds and one single bed. Loft can sleep a further 4 people. They also have a vegan restaurant. You can also contact them for yoga classes, guided meditations, vegan cookery workshops, singing workshops and hikes through the beautiful nature. If you want nothing but peace it is also quite good. The description is in Dutch, but they speak English so just send a message. Their Facebook page is here (also in Dutch). Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Vegetafel Vegan Bed & Breakfast – Small vegan B&B with a Dog Daycare nearby. Profits go to support the dog daycare. Guests can choose to share a room or reserve a room for themselves. Bathroom is shared and common room available. Part of the garden reserved for guests of the B & B. About a half kilometer from the beach, a nice walk along the mill in the village, on the embankment into the sea. This fee includes use of linens, towels, breakfast and VAT. Additional donations to the foundation are welcome. Open from April to September, outside this period negotiable. There are five simply furnished rooms, from single to triple. Their website is only in Dutch, but worth calling them as I imagine they speak some English too! Price is €35 per person per night.
Try this list the New Zealand Vegetarian Society put together.
AirBnB with Rebecca and Sean – A vegan B&B about one and a half hours from Auckland on the north island of New Zealand. They’re located 10 miles from Hamilton International Airport. Quiet, clean & relaxed place to stay located in a central, safe & friendly neighborhood. Queen size bed, unlimited WIFI, parking space. Chef’s Breakfast of your choice served with coffee/tea: vegan pancakes, crepes, french toast with fruits & nuts, sweet or savory and everything in between per request. Price about $55 NZD per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Nuna Wasi Hostel – A 100% vegan hostel, located in Miraflores, one of the most vegan neighborhoods in Lima. Just at few blocks away from the beach, both private and shared rooms and a separate restaurant, common areas, wifi, etc. Prices start at around €10 per night.
Pachawasi Community Peru – Vegan bed and breakfast. Rooms with bamboo bed, own meditation terrace with a spectacular view of the valley and mountains. Located 9 km outside of Lamas in the San Martín region in Peru. Options of massages, learning yoga and also participate in indiginous healing ceremonies with natural herbs. They are creating a self-sustainable, organic and vegan community, and want to mix the best of the “old world” with the best of modern technology, and create beautiful structures with natural materials.
LaGranda Hostel – Cozy vegan hostel in the center of Łódź, the free breakfast is vegan and they also have a vegan cafe in the basement. They don’t seem to specifically advertise themselves as vegan, but a Reddit user tipped me off, saying they stayed there and were pleasantly surprised. The Polish part of their website also mentions veganism, as do their TripAdvisor reviews so seems legit! Prices start at 39 PLN (about €9,30) per night for a bed in a dorm.
Centro Tinkuy – Only 45 minutes from Lisbon, Centro Tinkuy is a little group started 4 years ago as a Cultural Center in Sintra, Portugal. Their main objective is spread healthy new ways of life around Lisbon and outside Portugal. They serve only organic-vegan meals, homemade with local ingredients from their little organic garden and the garden’s of friends around the area. They also have a little b&b accommodation, which includes a camping space and holistic therapies and massages on offer too. Website is only in Portuguese, but you can email them in English to make a reservation at email@example.com. You can read their Happy Cow reviews in English here.
Honey House Stables – A vegan guest house in Portugal with horses that promotes animal communication. Horses live on 13 acres of food filled mixed terrain. They are also alchol and drug free. Prices range from 30 euros per night in an awesome-looking bell tent or caravan to 50 euros per night in a cottage.
The Farm at San Benito – A holistic, eco-friendly wellness destination—the only one of its kind in the Philippines and among the most lauded in Asia. Nestled on fifty hectares of lush tropical jungle just ninety minutes from Manila, The Farm is a unique resort where East meets West, nature fuses with science, and ancient healing traditions merge seamlessly with technology. At The Farm, wellness programs are especially designed to suit your individual needs. From medically-guided detox procedures to yoga retreats and award-winning vegan cuisine. The Farm is home to one of Asia’s first and best vegan restaurants and is also host to Live!, which proudly serves delectable raw food. Prices start at about 140€ per night.
The Dreamcatcher Guesthouse – All vegetarian bed and breakfast in Puerto Rico with 9 rooms and 4 apartments. Guests may sign up for yoga and meditation classes, take part in sightseeing tours, do paddle boarding, or opt for nature-adventure tours outside of the typical touristy options. They may also borrow a bicycle and go for a ride around the neighborhood beaches or the popular Loíza Street. Three-course breakfast is served daily by local chef Jerome who has been specializing in vegan and vegetarian cuisine since 2003. Everything from juice blends, homemade hemp milk and kombucha elixirs made with all natural ingredients. Prices start at $79 per night.
Dreamcatcher Guest House in Puerto Rico (photo from Booking.com)
Sunny Pension – This is a vegetarian, vegan and raw vegan hostel in Serbia, how cool is that?! It’s out of the city, but easy to reach Novi Sad and Belgrade by train and explore other little towns in the area. Prices start at only €9 per night for a bed in a three bed dorm. There’s also a private double room for €18 per night. They will make you a vegan lunch for an extra €3. It looks super cozy and they host raw food workshops and yoga classes in the garden. On my bucket list for sure!
Appaloosa Ranch Vegan Bed & Breakfast – An idyllic and secluded small horse ranch in a convenient location, run by a young Swiss-Slovenian family with two kids living here on the Appaloosa Ranch. For ethic and health reasons they live vegan. Two dogs and four cats live on the property with them. The ranch is located in the small village Dobruša, which belongs to the municipality of Vodice , about 15 km north of Ljubljana. The area is still dominated by agriculture, sociable village life and rich fauna and flora, it is a little hidden paradise with its fantastic alpine panorama. They offer a rich vegan breakfast, daily home made fresh wholegrain spelt bread, green smoothies, fresh home made spreads and jams, home made sprouts and fresh organic vegetables from their garden, on hot summer days on demand you can request their delicious homemade ice cream too! Enjoy the fresh air, the beautiful green meadows and the view of the animals around the farm house. They can pick you up from the Ljubljana airport. No prices on website. HappyCow reviews here.
The Vervet Monkey Foundation Monkey Sanctuary – They offer basic cabin accommodation at the sanctuary and provide vegan-only meals. Just one hour from Kruger National Park, 2 hours from Blyde river Canyon and 45 min drive to beautiful waterfalls. The fee per night is R400 (approx. £20) which includes overnight accommodation in a basic cabin and includes breakfast (which you help yourselves to, prepared vegan lunch and prepared vegan dinner). They can provide bedding for guests. There is no electricity in the cabins but there is wi-fi and electricity at the social volunteer cottage further up the path where electrical items can be plugged in. Guests need to bring a torch or headlight. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Vervet Monkey Foundation Monkey Santuary’s basic cabin accommodation
Camas y Manzanas (Beds & Apples) – A vegetarian/vegan hide-out in the center of Torremanzanas. We offer two rooms, each one has a queen size bed and a private bathroom. The owners are vegetarian, and in the process of switching over to vegan. Room 1 (with balcony) here. Room 2 with queen-sized bed and private bathroom here. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking. Prices around 30€ per night.
Alora Yurts – Not all vegan, but recommended to me by a member of the Vegan Travel group on Facebook . From a Vegan Travel member, “Sarah offers breakfast and three course evening meals. She did fully gluten free and vegan for me for a week and the food was OUTSTANDING!!!”. There is a fully fitted communal outdoor kitchen as well. Spectacular views, a swimming pool, hot tub and great weather. They have created great outdoor areas for people to sit and socialize and also quiet places to sit and sip a glass of wine. Apparently there are even 8 rescue dogs on site!!! 45 minutes from Malaga. Starts at £50 per night in the low season.
Villa Vegana – vegan center in the Tramuntana Mountains. They offer vegan cooking classes and seminars for people who want to enjoy the vegan side of Mallorca or those who are interested in yummy & healthy food. Awesome-looking pool on the website and it seems there’s also a vegan grocery store in Mallorca! No prices on website.
Jacobs Ridge Animal Sanctuary
Jacobs Ridge Animal Sanctuary – This place was highly recommended in the Vegan Travel group. Not a regular accommodation, but rather a volunteering opportunity. From the website, “It is important to us that Jacobs Ridge is not just a sanctuary for animals, but for humans also. In connecting with the animals, nature and at the same time following a vegan lifestyle, we aim to create a space where people can find inner harmony and reconnect with themselves. We wish to further improve the lives of our rescue animals and offer a permanent home to more in need by securing and expanding the site of Jacobs Ridge. At the same time, we will educate those who need it on the exploitation of animals so that more animals can live life without fear.” Volunteer holidays are booked in weekly blocks but you can stay as long as you like. Closest airport is Murcia San Javier. Each week costs £480.00 per person. The volunteer experience is fully inclusive so you have nothing else to worry about whilst you are there.
Vegan Paradise – Vegan Paradise is run by a member of the Vegan Travel group themselves and they have two separate AirBnBs in Triana, Spain. They offer a vegan house for travelers for short breaks or holidays, and rental bikes on request. There are 2 double bedrooms, bathroom for guests. Open kitchen you can use to cook and use of the washing machine if needed. Their Facebook is here (in Spanish). The link above takes you to their AirBnB profile page, if you are not yet a member you can join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Hotel Swiss – Located in the centre of the old town in Kreuzlingen, 900 meters from Lake Constance, 1 km from Konstanz, about 1 hour from Zürich in the north of Switzerland. They offer completely healthy nutrition on a gourmet level. Whenever possible, they acquire their products from nearby organic farms, no animal products at all and they can cater to gluten-free diets too. They seem not to specifically market to vegans. I was amused to find their TripAdvisor page filled with mostly non-vegans writing about how they didn’t realize it was a vegan hotel when they booked it, hah. Prices start at around €74 per night including breakfast for a single economy room.
Local Vegan Blogger: Vegan Taiwan
Just Sleep – Vegetarian chain hotels across Taiwan. Their website has an English version. Three locations in Taipei (Ximending – Lin Sen – NTU), one in Kaohsiung, one in Hualien and one in Jiaoxi Township at the time of writing. Prices start around €80 per night.
City Home – All vegan, they also seem to be affiliated with Loving Hut. At least they get the breakfast food from Loving Hut. Vegan Taiwan’s blog is a great source of information in English, with pictures of the rooms and what to do in the area here. The official website is not in English, but you can see their profile and book in English at Booking.com here. There is not much mention of vegan on the Booking.com profile, but don’t despair, I’ve cross referenced the addresses between there, Vegan Taiwan’s blog and their website and it is the same place. It seems like mostly they just don’t specifically market to vegans. Prices seem to be around €55 per night and you can cancel up til a week before on Booking.com. Their official website is here if you’re not language-challenged like me or just want to look at the pictures.
Loving Hut Vegan Bed and Breakfast – Located on the island Penghu, this B&B is surrounded by flowers and a picturesque garden on over 3,558 square feet, in a European-style building featuring a gorgeous grand hall and a graceful dining room. They serve non-GMO food and there’s a Loving Hut restaurant on site, so you can get your Supreme Master fix ;-). They also practices the principle of saving energy and reducing carbon emissions with solar-powered water heaters, and offer electric motorcycle rentals for guests. Using pure plant-based ingredients that show respect for life, the Bed and Breakfast prepares delicious vegan cuisine so that the guests can experience the elevating energy that purifies the body, mind and spirit while touring the island. Their website is not in English, so I linked to their Agoda profile page where you can book, which is in English. Prices start at €63 per night with breakfast.
Zhuo Ye Cottage Indigo Dye and Miaoli Homestay – Both B & B and restaurant, the cabin is in the rustic countryside and has garden furnishings, perfect integration with nature to wake up childhood memories of its travelers! Guests can partake in a traditional fabric dying to create their own work. The website is a bit confused if it’s in English or not, but the pictures look seriously fairy tale amazing. Prices start at around €60 (2200 TWD) including breakfast. More reviews on TripAdvisor here.
Soul R. Vegan House – Cozy and modern 24 hour apartment located in the heart of downtown Taipei Da’an district. The apartment comfortably fits accommodates 2 guests. There is an independent vegan restaurant – “Soul R. Vegan Café” onsite. Every Soul R. Vegan House guest can have extra 12% off their meal and an extra Brown Forest Brownie for free. Price about €69 per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Soul R. Vegan House II – Same owners as the one above, modern designed cozy apartment located in the heart of downtown Taipei East Zone walking distance to the MRT Zhongxiao-Fuxing Station and Sogo Department Store. Spacious living room with high-quality, fully equipped kitchen. Independent vegan restaurant – “Soul R. Vegan Café”. Every Soul R. Vegan House guests can get an extra 12% off for meal and an extra Brown Forest Brownie for free. Near the shopping area, 30 mininute walk to Fuxing Sogo, near Ren’ai R. Peaceful and tranquil residential area. Price is around €235 per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Dreams Come True – Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, surrounded by a spacious Japanese-style landscape garden, green lawns, beautiful mountain cherry blossoms in the spring, a quiet open space. All vegetarian fruits and health food, light meals and afternoon tea, no added artificial MSG, use of natural rose salt, so you can eat delicious nutritional food and have peace of mind. Pictures look great. Website is not in English so just put it through Google Translate. Email: email@example.com. Prices start at around €88 per night.
Phranakorn-Nornlen Hotel – A reader pointed this one out to me and it looks freaking awesome. The food is all vegetarian with lots of vegan options and the hotel is eco-friendly with a focus on slow life. You can watch a whole video review here. The hotel looks super chill and relaxing with painstaking attention to detail. From their website, “If you are big traveler who loves to seek new experiences, learn new culture, enjoy organic food, disturbed not by croaking of frogs and chirping of birds, interested not on watching TV and smoking, searching not on sex tourism, and addicted not to the luxury and conveniences like most typical hotel comfort being offered, then we are a place that suit you and, probably, you are a guest who fits us. ” They also offer activities such as soap carving, Thai cooking, sewing and soap-making. Rooms start at around US$61 per night. You can also book on AirBnB here, and join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa & Health Resort – Wellness programs offer solutions for detox, stress and burnout, healthy lifestyle and yoga. If you are looking for a more personalized wellness experience, their team of international naturopaths can work with you to create your own health program from our extensive range of holistic medicine, spa and healing therapies. Centered around a monk’s cave that once served Buddhist monks as a place of meditation and spiritual retreat, Kamalaya’s essence is expressed in its name, ‘Lotus (kamal) Realm (alaya)’, an ancient symbol for the growth and unfolding of the human spirit. Food is all vegetarian with mostly vegan options.
Naya Istanbul – Not officially vegetarian or vegan, it’s reported they run a pure vegetarian kitchen. On the car-free island of Büyükada in Istanbul, they are a German-Turkish owned boutique guesthouse with an emphasis on a laid-back, bohemian lifestyle. They love nature and everything that comes with it and have friendly, yet sometimes misbehaving cats and every now and then a dog living with them. Half an hour by boat from Istanbul’s center. White wooden villa with a wonderful park with palm trees, cactuses and flowers with a view over the Marmara sea to its guests. Surrounded by scents of peppermint, sage and lavender. Guests can take part in yoga and meditation classes, receive Shiatsu and ayurvedic massages, make bread in the wood fired oven or cycle around the car-free island. Prices start at €80 per night for 2 people, rich breakfast-buffet included.
Brighton Vegetarian Bed & Breakfast – They offer bed and breakfast accommodation at reasonable prices, in a quiet but convenient street, and delicious vegetarian or vegan breakfasts, throughout the year. The town center is a fifteen minute walk away with its many shops, pubs and clubs. The sea front is a twenty minute walk where you can enjoy strolling on the beach , watching the sunset, or enjoy life on the boardwalk. All-day parking is available in the street by meter or with a £2.80 visitor’s voucher. Prices start at £45 per night for the single room.
Fox Hall Vegan B&B – In the North of England in the country in a town called Kendal. A dedicated vegan family home with organic food where children are always welcome. Evening meals are available to residents and various vegan cookery courses are held throughout the year. A range of home-made preserves, walk leaflets and patchwork shopping bags are on sale. Prices starting at £35 per night per person.
Yewfield Vegetarian Guest House – A peaceful and friendly retreat in the heart of the English Lake District, Yewfield is ideally situated for walking and enjoying this exquisite region of rare natural beauty which has been the inspiration for many poets and artists. Yewfield offers a vegetarian bed & breakfast and luxury self-catering accommodation for non-smokers. A PPKer gave a tip that they also accommodate vegans very well. It has stylish rooms, stunning views and peaceful ambience. The same owners also own two nearby veggie restaurants. Pets are allowed only in the self-catering apartments. Prices start at £45 for a standard room if you stay 3 nights.
Loaf B&B – All vegan B&B near the coast in the north of England near the Scottish border. Open year round. Dogs are not allowed, but they have a partnership with a local dog sitter to help you out at reasonable prices. Cute touches like cosy log and outdoor fires, books and board games on site. Set in beautiful countryside just 5 mins drive outside the coastal market town of Berwick-upon-Tweed. an abundance of castles, abbeys, stately homes, museums, standing stones, prehistoric rock art & the atmospheric Holy Island of Lindisfarne nearby. Walking distance to the village pub. 😉 Prices start at £45 for a single traveler. They even do an Afternoon High Tea (costs extra).
Planted Vegan Studio
Planted. Vegan Studio. – Deep in the southwest of England, St Agnes village has a wonderful community feel with events throughout the year, including the Victorian street fair in May, the carnival in August and Christmas lights switch on by their very own giant bolster! There are cafes and shops and traditional pubs, one of which has its own brewery. Two grocery shops, two bakery’s (one of which is totally vegan), galleries, gift shops and a museum. There are weekly yoga classes, and a drop in art group. The accommodation is a cosy studio for two near the center of the village. Close to bars, restaurants cafes, and fifteen minutes walk to the beach. Recently renovated, it is ideal for couples or sharers with the option of a kingsize or twin beds, and an ensuite shower room. There is a mini kitchen with everything you need for making breakfasts and snacks, and private garden space with a table and chairs. Vegan evening meals by arrangement £9 per person. On street parking close by. Prices around 60€ per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking
Our Lizzy B&B – Vegetarian bed and breakfast accommodation in the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Vegetarian cooking school onsite. Vegan owner Lizzy Hughes has a background in primary school teaching and enjoys helping children and adults to learn new skills. She’s been vegan for over 20 years and has The Cordon Vert Diploma in Vegetarian Cookery from the Vegetarian Society. She’s been delivering cookery demonstrations for many years in the Midlands area. Prices start at £40 per night.
Vegan Bed & Breakfast by the Sea – a double room in a vegan flat by the seaside in Portobello. The flat is shared with two cats and a fellow PPKer. You have access to a communal garden via a patio door. Vegan breakfast is included and the flat is entirely vegan, although non-vegans are welcome to stay too. Rates are around £40 per night. If you’re not a member yet, you can join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking (disclaimer: then we both get some AirBnB credit!).
Buckland Hall – One hour from Cardiff, the estate has been home to many generations of families back from the days of a medieval Prince of Wales to the last Lord Buckland. The area was one of the inspirations for J R R Tolkien who stayed in nearby Talybont-on-Usk writing parts of Lord of the Ring. They are a 4* country mansion providing a wholly vegetarian menu and are happy to plan the menu to suit your specific needs and do their best to look after those with special allergy or dietary restrictions. Range of conference, activity and social rooms to suit all needs, perfect for meetings, workshops and activity sessions. The Brecon hall is the hub of the building and can be used as a space for conference and training sessions for up to 150 people or for receptions and parties for up to 250 people. No prices on website.
Trericket Mill – A vegetarian B&B, bunkroom, cambing and self-catering eco cabin who do vegan really well. A member of the Vegan Travel group stayed with them recently and said the following, “Would rate them 5 stars: knowledgeable and supportive of vegans, delicious food and drink, and very comfortable accommodation inside an old mill. We had dinner there a couple of nights, excellent vegan fare including dessert, and they can also do packed lunches. They also have an eco river cabin next door and camping options. Highly recommended…Tip: Ask for Tom’s room!”. B&B Twin or Double room (en-suite) is around £69 – £80 per night (dependant on length of stay), less in offpeak season. Camping is £8.50 per person per night, you can also borrow a sleeping bag for a bit extra.
Little Pentre Holistic Retreat Centre and Eco B&B – Nestled in the beautiful rolling Welsh hills, just outside the quaint little town of Montgomery. Eco conscious B&B rooms and glamping throughout the whole year. Food is all organic and vegetarian,. Healthful and vegetarian, vegan and raw food diets are easily catered for. Lunches and evening meals can be made by prior arrangement. They hold regular retreats and workshops with some spaces also open to local residents. You can also take a class to learn to crochet! Prices from £55 per night for one person. You can also book one AirBnB. Little India Room here. Forest Room here. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
The Stanford Inn – an eco-resort specializing in romantic getaways, pet-friendly, family-friendly, and welcomes meetings, group retreats, and is especially popular for Northern California Coast weddings and elopements. Offers Massage in the Forest and The Mendocino Center for Well Being. Located on Big River and offers a wide selection of kayaks, canoes, outriggers, and bicycles for exploring beautiful Big River and beyond. Solarium swimming pool and hot tub. Inspired by the Stanford’s Certified Organic gardens, The Ravens’ Restauran is nationally acclaimed for vegan cuisine. Supposed to be the only vegan resort in the US. Prices start at US$221 per night.
Deer Run Bed & Breakfast – Run by vegans, all-vegetarian bed and breakfast in the Florida Keys. Caribbean-style eco-friendly certified green lodge nestled in lush native trees on the island of Big Pine, down a private, dead-end street, directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Breakfast is all vegetarian and vegan, they have an actual sandy beach and hammocks, pool and spa. 30 miles from Key West. Prices start at $275 per night.
Haskell’s House – The owners live next door and bought the house to make sure it would not be demolished to build another soulless town house complex or a McMansion. Charming 1930’s clapboard house enveloped in tropical foliage in an older neighborhood. Within minutes of downtown Ft. Lauderdale, it’s an easy walking distance to movies, bars, supermarket, restaurants, theatre, library, yoga, museums, internet café, tennis courts, heated public swimming pool, and farmers’ markets. Two bedroom self-catering house. Prices start at US$260 per week for one bedroom or $700 per week for the whole house.
The Hostel in the Forest – The hostel has operated as an International Youth Hostel for 35 years. They are world renowned for our geodesic domes and 9 tree houses, which were built and have been sustained entirely by volunteers. Hundreds of loving hands have gone into making the Hostel what it is today. The Hostel sits on 133 acres of forest and wetlands, located short distances from the famous “Golden Isles” of St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island. There are also many prisitne coastal barrier islands including the famous Cumberland National Seashore close by. The area has lush, dense sub-tropical forests containing palms, saw palmettos, magnolia, cedar, holly, pine, and myrtle. A vegetarian family style meal is prepared each evening by members and staff. They are open to members only, but anyone can join and you can do so at check-in, membership costs US$10. Rates are US$25 per night per person.
The Hostel in the Forest, one of the tree houses (from the hostel’s Flikr page here)
I’Olani Farm Hawaii – A vegetarian bed and breakfast retreat on a 20 acre organic tropical fruit farm, it’s off grid, eco-friendly, family-owned and run farm for organic healthy living! They have over 200 varieties of exotic fruits they harvest from year round. They offer meals from their seasonal harvests. There are 3 cabins and a function hall to rent out. You can also check them out on Facebook under I’oLani Farm. There is also a volunteering program, and they offer yoga, etc. Prices start from about 60€ per night.
I’Olani Farm Hawaii
Tuxedo Cat Bed and Breakfast – Ithaca has been on my to-visit list for ages, even more reason now that I know about this b&b run by a fellow vegan blogger and PPKer. Their b&b is a three-story Arts and Crafts-style house located in downtown Ithaca, in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. It was built around 1900 and two cats live there too! Rates are $150 per night plus 3% room tax and 8% NY state tax during the week (Sunday-Thursday) and $175 per night on weekends plus applicable taxes (Friday and Saturday).
Ginger Cat B&B – From their website, “Our philosophy is simple: Treat our guests as friends. Provide clean and comfortable accommodations, serve great food and be as helpful as possible. We don’t have an 1800s farmhouse or lots of antiques, but we do have peace and quiet and did we mention really tasty vegan food? Enjoy your breakfast on the 4-season porch, watch the magnificent sunsets and stargaze (the Milky Way is directly overhead!) from the large deck or take a walk through the woods that surround the house and gardens. Despite our rural surroundings, we are less than 15 minutes to Farm Sanctuary, the Seneca Lake Wine Trail and Watkins Glen State Park. Corning and Ithaca are within 45 minutes.” They also have a list of vegan-friendly wineries on their website. You can bring animals there for an extra deposit. Prices start at US$125 per night.
Farm Sanctuary’s New York Shelter Bed & Breakfast – The Farm Sanctuary itself actually has accommodation onsite and it’s in cute little cabins. They serve hot, home-cooked vegan breakfasts consisting of items such as waffles, tofu scramble, and home fries!. From their website, “Wake up to roosters crowing at our picturesque sanctuary located in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. As our Bed & Breakfast guest, you will stay in one of our spacious cabins overlooking the sanctuary. Farm Sanctuary operates this Bed & Breakfast to provide an ideal way for members to immerse themselves in the Farm Sanctuary experience, learn about farm animal issues, and forge a closer bond with the rescued animals at our shelter. Throughout the day guests are welcome to browse our Visitor Center, pitch in with shelter chores, or enjoy the companionship of our farm animal friends.” Companion animals are welcome for US$10 extra. Prices start at US$150 per night for 1-2 people.
Catskill Animal Sanctuary Homestead – The Homestead is a renovated pre-Civil War residence, restored using traditional building methods and eco-friendly salvaged materials. You’ll love! Located at the top of Catskill Animal Sanctuary’s 110-acre property, where it has stood since 1813, in the beautiful Hudson Valley with its unrivaled hiking, shopping, dining, and more. The Homestead features original wide-plank floors, exposed brick walls, gorgeous fireplaces, and tasteful furnishings. Homestead guests receive a complimentary vegan breakfast, a VIP pass to spend time with nearly 300 rescued farmed animals at CAS, and, if you’re there on a weekend between April-October, a complimentary tour of the Sanctuary. They also offer cute little vegan gift baskets to celebrate your special occasion. You have to be a member to stay there for some law reasons, but it’s super easy to sign up on the website. Well-behaved dogs are welcome for an additional US$20 per night. Prices start at US$125 per night.
The Bearberry Suite – AirBnB with vegan owners. Everything in the Bearberry Suite is cruelty-free, no animal products and no animal testing. Let them know you’re vegan when booking, and they’ll provide a special treat, vegan-only cookware, and donate 5% of profits from your stay to the Beagle Freedom Project (where one of their kitties was adopted from). Two bedrooms, 4 beds and 2 bathrooms, sleeps up to 6. Prices around US$100 per night. Join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
Park Lane Guest House – An eco-oasis in the heart of Austin’s SoCo district with private cottages, a swimming pool, outdoor shower, organic gardens, and onsite massage therapy. They offer organic vegan (just request in advance!) or vegetarian breakfasts each morning with many locally-sourced ingredients, on your private deck, by the pool, or in the main house dining room. The cottages are solar-powered with organic mattresses, natural cleaning products, there’s free EV charging for guests. Small pets welcome for an extra fee. Just a short walk to convenient bus routes or you can even rent one of their guest bikes. They are located 2 miles from beautiful Zilker Park. In my opinion, perfect spot for all your Austin taco-eating adventures. Don’t forget to checkout Rabbit Food Grocery! Prices start at around US$250 per night.
Red Rock (near Austin)
Winfield Farm – Winfield Farm is located about 30 miles east of downtown Austin, Texas(20 min from Bergstrom airport) in Bastrop County on 35 acres of rich blackland prairie and converted pastures. Bastrop has a beautiful old time Main street with antique stores, shops, cafes, and restaurants. They’re also near the Watterson Dance Hall, for all your country dancing needs. They are a small, family run sustainable farm growing organic seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, and nuts. They grow sprouts and micro-greens in their certified commercial kitchen and create delicious vegetarian and vegan entrees using their own produce and locally sourced ingredients. Hotel California is their cozy guest cabin with a queen sized bed, bathroom and kitchenette. They also rent out their 3 bedroom 1.5 bathroom farmhouse for larger events. Booking is exclusively via AirBnB here. If you’re not yet a member, you can join Airbnb with this link to save $25 on your first booking.
The White Pig – A vegan bed and breakfast and animal sanctuary in the Blue Ridge mountains of central Virginia. It’s named after their very first miniature pot-bellied pig, Norman. They offer two guest rooms with private bath or shared bath options, and a secluded guest cottage with private bath. Th commons areas include a covered front porch, a soapstone patio with hot tub, gardens and one and a half miles of walking trails. The White Pig Bed and Breakfast overlooks meadows, mature forest and distant views of Appleberry Mountain and famed Walton’s Mountain. The meals are healthy vegan (100% pure vegetarian) dishes and organic when available. There are yummy things like blueberry pancakes, tofu scramble, Belgian waffles and frittatas shown on the website. Seems like a great place for hiking, hot tubbing, an escape, visiting the animals or gazing at the stars (they state there is virtually no light pollution), Prices start at $115 per night and include a full vegan breakfast, afternoon snacks and drinks, use of the walking trails and hot tub.
South Whidbey Island
Someday Farm Vegan Bed & Breakfast – A reader wrote me about this place, saying they had an amazing time there. It’s a cozy vegan bed and breakfast retreat on seventy acres on Washington’s South Whidbey Island, surrounded by forest and marsh. The farm has a whole menagerie of cool animals you can hang with including horses, sheep, goats, and chickens. They provide WiFi and an ample supply of books, movies, CDs and games with which to pass your indoor time. They also offer fresh baked goods and fruit every morning, many varieties of loose tea, and easy to prepare foods in your own vegan kitchen. Vegan desserts available by request for a small fee. Their separate professional vegan kitchen is available for cooking classes and demonstrations. $150.00 per night, $700 per week for up to 2 people. One week with no breakfast @ $500 plus tax.