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Five of the best vegetarian and vegan hotels in UK

We have hand-picked five of the best vegetarian and vegan hotels in UK. If you are vegetarian or vegan, holidays in the UK could mean putting up with same old limited choice of meals everyday. The good news is that the British hospitality industry is changing and catering to the ever-growing demand for people living a plant based lifestyle. We would like to share our favourite hotels to enjoy good quality vegan and vegetarian UK holidays.

Coast Cornwall Bed and Breakfast, Cornwall 

Coast Vegetarian and Vegan Accommodation is based in Carbis Bay near St Ives in Cornwall, South West of England, UK. It is also home to the popular Bean Inn Vegetarian and Vegan Kitchen.

They now have three apartments, one on the top floor with panoramic sea views. One first floor apartment is to the front of the building with sea views while the second is to the rear of the building with no sea view. They also have a ground floor en-suite room.

Coast is situated in an ideal location within walking distance of St Ives and we also provide free parking should you want to leave your car. There is also a bus stop directly outside if you are using public transport. We are close to Carbis Bay Beach, Porthminster Beach and Porthmeor. We are within easy reach of most of Cornwall’s major attractions.

Ambleside Manor, Lake District 

Set in over two acres of private grounds, Ambleside Manor is a lovely vegetarian and vegan Victorian Country Guest House offering comfortable rooms on a vegetarian bed and breakfast basis. Children are welcome. There are lovely walks straight from the house into the beautiful Lake District countryside. Ambleside is a thriving, friendly and welcoming village set right in the heart of the English Lake District.

Whether it’s a gentle stroll or a good hike to the high peaks, Ambleside Manor offers many opportunities for exploring this unique national park. The gardens provide a peaceful place to relax and enjoy the stunning views, or on cooler days, sit in the lounge dining area with the log fire and catch up with a good book. The perfect walking holiday guest house

Ambleside is considered the best location for exploring the Lake District, with great walks and Lake Windermere all within easy walking distance.

At Ambleside Manor we offer a continental vegetarian buffet including fresh fruits, muesli, cereals, home baked bread, yogurt, preserves, coffee and teas, and a full cooked vegetarian breakfast using locally sourced organic produce and ingredients where possible. They also have vegan and gluten free options available.

Saorsa, Scotland

Family founded Saorsa Group in Pitlochry, Scotland in 2018 as an extension of their own way of life; one that’s grounded in an appreciation for design, food, culture, and connection.

Based on the belief that the correlation between style and animal products is outdated, Saorsa is driven to show the hospitality industry that there’s another way. They do this through considered communal vegan spaces and events that spark curiosity and invite participation from vegans and non-vegans alike

The flagship vegetarian and vegan hotel, Saorsa 1875 is housed within a 19th-century baronial edifice, the hotel’s bohemian stylings and eclectic furnishings offer the perfect antidote to the frantic pace of modern living.

Downstairs, the lounge and restaurant is a cosy all-day spot for relaxing by the fire. The menu is completely plant-based and showcases local, seasonal, and foraged produce – all washed down with craft beers, a unique wine list, and cocktails inspired by the region.

The Temple Lodge Club, London 

Temple Lodge, a quiet oasis in the heart of London, is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the Broadway… yet just a few minutes walk from its main underground and bus station. The River Thames is 3 minutes walk down the road with pleasant walks on either side. Because Temple Lodge is situated in the heart of Hammersmith with direct access in all directions, it is as easy to go out to Kew Gardens and Richmond Park as it is to go to theatres and concerts in the West End.

It was once the home of the artist Sir Frank Brangwyn. Whilst his studio, which he built himself, has now become a chapel with a vegetarian restaurant on its former mezzanine floor, the house itself is given over to welcoming bed and breakfast visitors to London. The Gate Vegetarian Restaurant with their acclaimed international cuisine is right next door. Guests come from the four corners of the world to enjoy the quietness and tranquillity of the house. Many have described it as a really peaceful haven to return to after the rigours of a day out.

Many have described it as a really peaceful haven to return to after the rigours of a day out. The absence of any televisions in the house or rooms supports this atmosphere. Visitors to the house enter a courtyard with a small garden through the ‘Angel Gate’. To the rear of the house is a quiet and secluded garden, and most of our bedrooms, the library and the dining room look out over this garden with its seasonal changes and squirrels in the tree.

Yewfield, Lake District 

A peaceful and friendly retreat in the heart of the English Lake District, Yewfield vegetarian and vegan guest hotel is ideally situated for walking and enjoying this exquisite region of rare natural beauty and inspiration of the Lakeland poets. Set in a quiet elevated position with panoramic views over the Vale of Esthwaite, Lake Windermere and the Fells beyond, Yewfield is situated in over 80 acres of its own grounds. The house itself, with its impressive Gothic architecture dates back to 1859.

Tarn Hows and the surrounding fells are just a few minutes walk from the house. There are many excellent walks straight from the door of Yewfield.

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