Dine and Recharge at These 11 Unbeatable Vegan Bed-and-Breakfasts
Imagine waking up on your next vacation to a delicious plant-based breakfast!
Not only do these cozy, inviting vegan bed-and-breakfasts provide a touch of home, but they offer a range of incredible amenities and experiences. Greet farmed animals at on-site sanctuaries, take part in complimentary yoga classes, enjoy rejuvenating spa treatments, and so much more!
No matter what your favorite vacation activities are, one of these 11 vegan bed-and-breakfasts is sure to fit the bill.
Black Sheep Inn & Spa
Have you ever had a plant-based full English breakfast? Branded as “vegan heaven in the Finger Lakes,” Black Sheep Inn & Spa offers delicious home-cooked vegan food at a historic house in Hammondsport, New York. Soak in classic British hospitality as you rejuvenate at the spa, go wine-tasting, or simply enjoy the majesty of nearby Keuka Lake. There’s magic to be found in all seasons when you visit this unique, inviting property.
Volcano Eco Retreat
You had me at “Hawaii.” Volcano Eco Retreat is an environment-friendly resort settled on four acres of native Hawaiian ʻōhiʻa tree forest. Halfway between Hilo and Volcano National Park on the Big Island, this adults-only retreat offers entirely plant-based meals served in the dining gazebo or your private bungalow lanai. Guests can sip cocktails at the spa, enjoy a massage, or nap in one of the resort’s hammocks.
Pebble Cove Farm
Located on Orcas Island in Washington State, Pebble Cove Farm is nestled along a private beach. Guests can choose from a variety of accommodations—all with waterfront views. The expansive property boasts acres of gardens, orchards, lawn, and beach. The farm also provides homemade muesli, dairy-free milk, juice, local organic coffee, tea, and vegan snacks. The best part? Pebble Cove Farm is also a farmed animal sanctuary, so come prepared to greet horses, sheep, and a turkey named Captain Redbeard!
The Stanford Inn by the Sea
The Stanford Inn by the Sea sits atop a coastal hillside on a historic farm. With wood-burning fireplaces, a heated saltwater swimming pool, a sauna, hot tubs, and more, you will want for nothing at this gorgeous resort. Chef-prepared organic plant-based breakfasts are included with the stay, but guests can also enjoy decadent vegan dinners and cocktails. There is also a wellness center, complete with private classes on nutrition, meditation, cooking, and yoga, as well as massage and spa treatments.
The White Pig Bed & Breakfast
The White Pig Bed & Breakfast shares a gorgeous 172-acre farm—complete with a natural pond, creek, and acres of meadows and forests—with a farmed animal sanctuary. Guests are encouraged to book a tour of the sanctuary and greet the animals who live there. The bed-and-breakfast itself consists of a restored mid-19th-century Virginia farmhouse, a turn-of-the-century Victorian house, and a private cottage. Each of the guest rooms is named after one of the sanctuary’s rescue pigs.
Gardenview Estate Bed & Breakfast
Gardenview Estate Bed & Breakfast is a 148-year-old former mission settled on 43 pristine acres. Located in the Selkirk Mountains not far from Spokane, Washington, this bed-and-breakfast is truly an escape. The estate’s owners left their corporate jobs to pursue a quieter life connecting with guests, gardening, and serving incredible vegan food. Breakfast for two is included with each stay. Chosen by the hosts, the breakfasts often feature vegetables, fruits, and berries from the estate garden.
Are you a dreamer? Dreamers Welcome boasts two locations—a renovated Victorian home and a cozy 1950s bungalow—in historic Wilmington, North Carolina. Both locations are paperless, minimal, and completely vegan. Dreamers Welcome say they are devoted to “cultivating a place of comfort and belonging where guests of any nationality, race, gender, or background are equal and invited to indulge in a restful and meaningful getaway.” On top of a vegan breakfast, boxed lunches and gourmet vegan dinners are also available.
Red Robin Song Guesthouse
This adorable New York bed-and-breakfast sits on 85 acres in the hills of the Berkshires. The place is home to Red Robin Song Animal Sanctuary, so guests share the grounds with rabbits, Tibetan yaks, goats, pigs, and more. A vegan breakfast is included with each stay, with delectable offerings such as tofu scramble, banana French toast, pumpkin pancakes, tofu quiche, and almond-butter crepes.
Deer Run on the Atlantic
If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting the Florida Keys, make sure to stay here! Deer Run is a boutique bed-and-breakfast with just four rooms settled on the rural island of Big Pine Key. Not only is this incredible property located on a private sandy beach, but it sits at the heart of National Key Deer Refuge. Guests can sunbathe, paddleboard, and watch the endangered key deer roam by. Breakfasts are completely plant-based and focus on organic, local, and fair-trade ingredients.
This farmhouse-style bed-and-breakfast is centrally located on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico. Surrounded by tropical plants on one of the highest points of the island, guests can feel like they are in another world. A complimentary 8 a.m. yoga class and delicious vegan breakfast are included with every stay. Finca Victoria also offers a natural-water pool, a store with products from local artists, and a garden, as well as treatments at the Ayurvedic Center.
Sitting at the heart of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is La Botánica Hotel & Wellness Center. Decorated with contemporary Puerto Rican art and unique vintage furniture, this hotel is truly one of a kind. Each morning, an ayurvedic vegan breakfast is served from 9 to 11 a.m. in the lobby and garden. On Fridays, the hotel transforms into a plant-based pop-up restaurant with rotating chefs and entertainment. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel’s full ayurvedic wellness center
We hope these 11 vegan bed-and-breakfasts will help you fall in love with travel again. Looking for more vegan-friendly vacation spots around the world? From Greece to Bali, these five hotels are sure to fit the bill.