Vegan Bed and Breakfasts to Visit this Summer

May 26, 2015

If you’re road tripping across the country this summer, you don’t need to limit yourself to standard hotels. There are tons of adorable B&B’s that cater just to vegans and vegetarians.

Some of them are a splurge, while others are less expensive than the average hotel room. And each one includes a plant-based breakfast fit for a queen (or king).

I’ve put together a list of vegan bed and breakfasts all over the US, so find one near you!

1. Someday Farm– Freeland, WA ($$)


This farm is situated in the cove of northwest Washington state. It provides plenty of seclusion, outdoor opportunities, and fresh-made vegan baked goods! You can spend your days playing with cute donkeys and goats, or perhaps leave the farm for canoeing or kayaking. The farm also provides indoor activities to fill your time with when not exploring.

2. Stanford Inn– Mendocino, CA ($$$)

Vegan Bed and Breakfasts to Visit This Summer

Stanford Inn is great if you’re looking to spend your day learning new skills, whether personal or social. Their schedule is chock-full of yoga, cooking classes, spa services, themed dinners and more. Of course, you can’t visit without dining at their fully vegan Ravens restaurant, which is supplied with vegetables and herbs that grow on the property. The inn strives to be eco-friendly, so you can feel good about staying there!

3. Casa Axis Mundi– Vallolid, Mexico ($)


Although this retreat center is outside of the US, I just had to include it. It’s reasonably priced and serves raw food prepared according to high-carb, low-fat principles. It is also home to many locally rescued dogs, which are available for adoption! This beautifully-located B&B is ideal for those wanting healing, cleansing or rejuvenation.

4. Hattie May Inn– Fort Worth, TX ($$)

Owners of this inn decided to pursue the bed and breakfast business as a way to showcase their delicious, healthy cooking skills. Complimentary breakfasts at the the inn prove to guests that plant-based food can be delicious. The B&B also doubles as a cooking school for those looking to increase their competency in the kitchen. You can also walk to downtown Fort Worth to see what it has to offer.

5. Briggs Pond– Rocheport, MO ($$)


This vegetarian and mostly vegan lodge sources its food from local Missouri farms. It’s a peaceful, spacious venue that lends itself well for meetings or get-togethers. With its Japanese-style gardens and quiet library, this bed & breakfast is also a great place to get your zen on solo. Either way, your sure to find serenity during your stay here.

6. Hungry Ghost Guest House– New Paltz, NY ($$)

This B&B, described as an “active retreat,” is perfect for travelers looking to stay fit while on vacation. It’s within proximity to over 70 miles of running, hiking or biking trails. There are vegan box-lunches available to take with you if breakfast leaves you wanting more. All food served is gluten-free, so those with intolerances can rest easy. After your day of activity, you can soak your muscles in the on-site hot tub.

7. The White Pig– Schuyler, VA ($$$)


This bed & breakfast is also an 170 acre animal sanctuary home to- you guessed it- miniature pot-bellied pigs (and a few other animals). The farm is quiet and rural enough for some rest and relaxation, but also just 30 minutes from the happening city of Charlottesville, where you can check out live music, veg-friendly restaurants, or historical sites like Monticello.

8. Deer Run Bed & Breakfast– Big Pine Key, FL ($$$)

Deer Run is located right on the beach in sunny Florida. The place gets its name from the great number of deer that roam the surrounding area- there’s even a “deer cam” on the website where you can see for yourself! On-site kayaks and bikes can be used to explore by sea or land. You can fuel your adventures with delicious organic breakfast items like pancakes, parfaits and muffins (all vegan, of course).

What other veg-friendly getaways are on your must-visit list? I’d love to hear!

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Quincy is an NC-based college student who is passionate about leading a healthy and compassionate life. Aside from classes, she fills her time with cooking, writing, travel, and yoga. You can find more from her on her blog Shugurcän and on Instagram.


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