Photo of a bedroom in a vegan hotel in the UK

Wouldn’t it be nice if the buffet breakfast at your hotel could offer you more than baked beans and hash browns? Or, if the coffee table in your room had a selection of plant milks to add to your morning coffee?

What if I told you that you could enjoy all of this in the comfort of a hotel room decked out with vegan bedding and furnishings? You may not believe me at first. But all of that is possible, and more, with these awesome 100% vegan hotels in the United Kingdom.

I have included a good variety of hotels in this roundup, including B&Bs, hotels, and self-catering lodges. Spread across the country, these hotels offer an option for every corner of the UK you might wish to visit!

Make sure to support these UK vegan hotels so that we can continue to enjoy fully vegan holiday experiences! If you are looking for a holiday outside of the UK, check out the best vegan hotels in the world.

Saorsa 1875 - vegan hotel UK
Photo credit: Saorsa 1875

Saorsa 1875

  • Location: Pitlochry, Perthshire
  • Type: Hotel
  • Food: On-site restaurant

Saorsa 1875, the UK’s first vegan hotel, offers a unique stay in Scotland’s scenic heartland. Each room is individually decorated, ensuring a one-of-a-kind experience. The hotel, revitalised in 2018, is close to whisky hotspots and provides modern comforts with an eco-friendly ethos.

Enjoy individualised rooms, a fire pit, a garden, a library, and free WiFi. Start your day with a buffet breakfast and utilise amenities like electric car charging and a pet-friendly area.

Saorsa 1875 combines Scottish charm with sustainable luxury for an unforgettable visit.

Beck Hall - vegan hotel UK
Photo credit: Beck Hall

Beck Hall

  • Location: Malham, North Yorkshire
  • Type: Hotel
  • Food: On-site restaurant

Beck Hall, nestled in the Yorkshire Dales village of Malham, is England’s first 100% plant-based hotel. Built in 1705, it offers 20 unique, cosy rooms, each with its own character.

Guests can enjoy plant-based dishes at the streamside restaurant, relax by the fire in the Snug, or explore nearby natural wonders like Malham Cove1.

Beck Hall promises an enchanting escape with a commitment to sustainability and comfort.

Hempsall Farm - vegan hotel UK
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Hempsall Farm

  • Location: Willingham, Cambridgeshire
  • Type: Glamping
  • Food: Self-catering

Hempsall Farm in Cambridgeshire offers a unique vegan glamping experience with three luxury safari tents set in the serene countryside.

Each tent sleeps up to six and features a king-size bed, twin beds, and a cosy cabin double bed, perfect for families or groups. Enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, indoor dining and seating area, and a private bathroom with a luxury hot shower and flushing toilet. Outside, relax in your wood-fired hot tub with picturesque views, or explore the local wildlife and organic vegetable garden.

The farm is a sanctuary for rescue animals and is committed to sustainability, providing a peaceful retreat for those seeking a vegan-friendly holiday.

Greenstone Lodge - vegan hotel UK
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Greenstone Lodge

  • Location: Bridge of Orchy, Argyll
  • Type: B&B
  • Food: Breakfast included, and other meals available on request

Greenstone Lodge in Argyll is a 100% plant-based B&B located in the Bridge of Orchy, offering a comfortable stay for those exploring the West Highland Way. Newly renovated for 2023, it features twin and double rooms with luxury tea trays and homemade goodies.

Guests are welcomed with cake upon arrival and can enjoy a variety of vegan breakfast options prepared by a former head chef.

The lodge is conveniently situated on the A82, close to Glencoe Mountain Resort and an hour’s drive from Ben Nevis.

The Base Vegan Retreat - vegan hotel UK
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The Base Vegan Retreat

  • Location: Hanham, Bristol
  • Type: Cabin
  • Food: Breakfast and afternoon tea available on request

The Base Vegan Retreat in Bristol is a unique space that combines a vegan guest house with an animal sanctuary. Located 7.8 km from Bristol Temple Meads Station, it offers a peaceful garden setting and free private parking.

The retreat features a terrace, garden views, and a flat-screen TV, along with a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with a walk-in shower.

Guests can interact with rescued animals, including chickens, turkeys, rabbits, and a guinea pig, and enjoy vegan meals and the option of a hot tub. It’s a perfect stay for those who love spending time with animals.

Bleujeunow - vegan hotel UK
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Bleujennow

  • Location: Penzance, Cornwall
  • Type: B&B
  • Food: Breakfast included

Bleujennow in Penzance is a charming vegan B&B offering a two-room space with sea views, a mini-kitchen for self-catering, and breakfast included.

Named the best vegan weekend break in the UK by PETA in 2019, it’s a short walk from the town centre and the seafront. Bleujennow is committed to being green with solar panels and eco-friendly practices.

Guests can enjoy a cosy stay with board games, books, and DVDs for rainy days.

Peasholm Park B&B - vegan hotel UK
Photo credit: Peasholm Park

Peasholm Park

  • Location: Scarborough, North Yorkshire
  • Type: B&B
  • Food: Breakfast included

Peasholm Park Vegan Bed & Breakfast in Scarborough is a family-run establishment offering a compassionate and cruelty-free stay. Each en-suite room ensures a comfortable night’s sleep, complemented by a full vegan breakfast.

Located opposite the beautiful Peasholm Park, it’s within walking distance of North Bay Beach and The Open Air Theatre. Guests can enjoy a game of table tennis, relax in the conservatory, and benefit from complimentary parking.

The B&B is dedicated to environmental friendliness with eco-friendly duvets and ethical suppliers.

Loaf B&B - vegan hotel UK
Photo credit: Loaf B&B

Loaf B&B

  • Location: Tweedmouth, Northumberland
  • Type: B&B
  • Food: Breakfast included

Loaf B&B in Tweedmouth is Northumberland’s first vegan B&B, offering a riverside apartment with stunning views and an outdoor log fire.

Guests can enjoy local, organic, and fairtrade vegan food, and activities like walking, cycling, and birdwatching. The B&B provides a peaceful retreat with a yoga lawn, a veganic veg garden, and a cosy lounge with books and board games. Breakfast options include homemade bread, crumpets, pancakes, and fresh fruit smoothie bowls.

It’s the perfect spot for relaxation and enjoying the borderland’s natural beauty.

Lucy of myvegantravels

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