It’s nearly that time of year again. Soon, the kids will be free from school, and many families will start planning a family vacation - just so no one gets cabin fever being stuck at home all summer.
To keep the stir crazies at bay, here are our choices for the top ten vegan destinations for families.
This family-run vegan hotel, found in the heart of England, was built in the 1800s and has held on to some of that Victorian home feel.
Animal companions are welcome here. In fact, you’re likely to be welcomed by one very happy canine that lives there year round.
The hotel overlooks Alexandra Park, and is close to St Helens Woods.
A quick walk will take you right into Hastings town center, and close to seafront attractions the kids are sure to love.
Located on the northern coast of Spain, this delightful B&B has a range of rooms and apartments available - making it the perfect choice if you like to be away from the hustle and bustle of the main building.
Even better, children under 5 stay for free, and children aged 5-16 stay at half price.
Vegan Life Energy also serves a fully vegan breakfast and has a range of activities available.
On top of all of this, the gorgeous white sandy beaches are a must see, and impossible to miss.
Hawaii seems to be the go-to place for many vegans and their families.
No wonder why - with the abundance of fresh produce that’s available around the islands.
Located right on the white sandy beaches of Maui, this hotel offers a huge range of activities including snorkeling, paddle boarding, swimming, and tennis.
There are also a number of dining options, so you’re sure to find something for in the family.
This B&B is located in the lush mountains above San Mateo.
Situated on 2.75 acres, you get an incredible ocean view of the Gulf of Nicoya.
Just a few minutes drive away is Turu Ba Ri Eco-Adventure Park, which offers activities such as zip lining, canopy tours, hiking, and exploring hanging bridges.
Villa Fauna also has an onsite pool, trails throughout the property, and a fire pit at night.
To top it all off, the B&B also offers a fully vegan menu which even caters to raw vegans.
This family-friendly resort is located in the hillside of the Mendocino Coast, overlooking the beautiful Mendocino Bay.
Offered is a wide a range of activities to keep everyone busy, including canoeing, biking and even vegan cheese making classes.
They also have a fully vegan restaurant onsite, The Ravens Restaurant, which emphasizes gourmet, plant-based cooking.
Set in one of the city’s most historic landmark buildings, the Heritage Hotel is an experience for the whole family.
Located close to the waterfront - and featuring a rooftop swimming pool, tennis court, and gym - this hotel has something for everyone.
There are tons of activities to do in and around the city, or you could simply spend your days lounging by the pool.
Though their menu is not strictly vegan, they do have some great options for those on a plant-based diet.
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