These inns and vacation spots were excerpted from VEGETARIAN JOURNAL'S GUIDE TO NATURAL FOODS RESTAURANTS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. This book includes listings of over 2,000 restaurants, vegetarian inns, spas, camps, vacation spots, and vegetarian groups.
Shenoa Retreat and Learning Center
PO Box 43, Philo, CA 95466; (707) 895-3156
The one-acre organic garden at Shenoa provides produce for three "outstanding" vegetarian meals served, buffet-style, each day. Cabins sleep two to six people, or the whole center can be rented which sleeps a total of 57 guests. Recreation includes hiking on trails that lead to forests of ancient redwood, river and pool swimming, bird watching, and several sports at the facility.
Stoney Brook Inn
309 W. Colombero, PO Box 1860, McCloud, CA 96057; (800) 369-6118
Seated at the foot of Mt. Shasta, Stoney Brook Inn offers indoor amenities like hot tubs, saunas, and therapeutic massage; as well as access to wilderness areas like Mt. Shasta, McCloud Reservoir, Lake Siskiyou, and McCloud Falls. Dine at their organic vegetarian restaurant or cook your own meal in one of the fully equipped kitchen suites.
Red Crags Bed and Breakfast
302 El Paso Blvd., Manitou Springs, CO 80829; (800) 721-2011
A vegetarian breakfast includes mushroom spinach quiche, waffles, green chili, or homemade breads. Vegan meals upon request. Perched on a bluff, views from the main house include Pikes Peak, Manitou Valley, Garden of the Gods, and the city of Colorado Springs.
Jasmine Ave., Fairfield, IA 52556; (800) 248-9050
This spa features rejuvenation programs, purification treatments, and exercise routines. Enjoy meals at their gourmet vegetarian restaurant.
Macrobiotic Bed & Breakfast
5 Front St., #8, Cambridge, MA 02140; (617) 497-0218
A daily macrobiotic meal catered to your needs is served at this bed & breakfast where you can relax in your one bedroom apartment with a fully equipped kitchen, take a private yoga class or cooking class, or get massage therapy. Minutes from Masoa's Kitchen, a macrobiotic restaurant.
The Weare-House Bed & Breakfast
76 Quaker St., Weare, NH 03281; (603) 529-2011
This bed & breakfast is set amidst pastures and hills, in a home built in 1819. Vegetarian breakfasts are always available and vegan breakfasts can be requested.
Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch
PO Box 195, Budd Rd., Woodbourne, NY 12788; (914) 434-9242 or (212) 255-4560
At Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch, on 77 acres of woodlands in the Catskills, a single yoga class can be enjoyed or an intensive month-long yoga teachers training course. An organic garden and greenhouse supply a good deal of the food that is used to prepare the vegetarian and vegan dishes that are available at every meal.
The Duckett House Inn and Farm
PO Box 441, Hot Springs, NC 28743; (704) 622-7621
Located on five acres bordering the Pisgah National Forest, Duckett House Inn offers activities like white water rafting, hiking on the Appalachian Trail, and hot springs mineral baths. Vegetarian breakfasts made with organic produce and grains are served daily. Dinners by reservation.
420 Country Club Dr., Hazelwood, NC 28738; (704) 452-2011
Situated among the Great Smoky Mountains this "vegetarian health retreat" features a comprehensive health and wellness program. Enjoy vegetarian meals, swimming, tennis, yoga, hiking, lectures, and a fully equipped fitness center.
Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat and Conference Center
PO Box 578, Detroit, OR 97342; (503) 854-3314
Enjoy both a lodge and private cabins situated amongst dozens of steaming hot mineral springs and a roaring glacial river. Three vegetarian buffets are offered daily. Access to hot tubs, steam sauna, hiking trails, cross-country skiing, plus much more.
Pah Tempe Hot Springs Resort
825 North 800 East 35-4, Hurricane, UT 84737; (801) 635-2011
Day use and overnight accommodations are available. Services offered by prepaid reservations include vegetarian meals.
Somerset House Bed & Breakfast
24 Highland Ave., Hardwick, VT 05843; (802) 472-5484
A vegetarian breakfast is available, made with ingredients from the house garden, local co-op, or nearby producers. Located in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, the most rural corner of the state, enjoy country walks, mountain hikes, mountain biking, skiing, clean lakes and rivers, and beautiful scenery. The local village centre features a book shop and a new co-operative cafe.
538 Adams, Port Townsend, Washington, 98368; (360) 385-2011
Views of snow capped mountains surround the historic district of Port Townsend, where Annapurna Inn is located. After enjoying a delicious vegetarian or vegan breakfast of tofu scramble with herbs and almonds, or tofu French toast, try one of the several outdoor activities available in the surrounding areas, like kayaking, hiking, or strolling the shores of Puget Sound. Activities at the inn include ashtanga yoga, therapeutic massage, and cranio/sacral therapy.
Lytle House Bed & Breakfast
509 Chestnut Ave., Hoquiam, WA 98550; (800) 677-2011 or (360) 533-2011
Located on the Olympic Peninsula, overlooking Grays Harbor, this bed & breakfast has vegan and vegetarian options at every meal.
Palmer's Chart House
PO Box 51, Deer Harbor, WA 98243; (206) 376-4231
Located on Orcas Island one of the scenic San Juan Islands, Palmer's Chart House features rooms with private decks overlooking Deer Harbor, sailing, and a meatless breakfast -- vegan by pre-arrangement.
3402 Monroe St., Madison, WI 53711; (608) 238-2011
Vegetarian and vegan meals are available, with advanced notice, at this bed and breakfast that bills itself as "an environmental inn." Across the street from Arbor House you can spend the day exploring the UW Arboretum, 1280 acres of ecologically restored woodland, prairie, and native communities.
The Salt Springs Centre
Box 1133, Ganges, BC V0S 1E0, Canada; (604) 537-2011
Situated in 69 acres of cedar forest this center offers summer yoga retreats and personal retreats, among other programs. All programs include vegetarian meals.
These inns and vacation spots were excerpted from VEGETARIAN JOURNAL'S GUIDE TO NATURAL FOODS RESTAURANTS IN THE U.S. AND CANADA. This book includes listings of over 2,000 restaurants, vegetarian inns, spas, camps, vacation spots, and vegetarian groups. To order, click here.
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