Vegan Family Holidays

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How do you bring a baby on holiday as a vegan?  Here are three maps of vegan cafes and accommodation for families. 

This is what I have been daydreaming about.  I’ve compiled my research into three, mostly UK based maps, which you can find on my website Vegan Family Guide.


The UK lockdown is partially lifted today, but people and places have different approaches to safety.  Check where is open, and consider what you feel comfortable with.  Follow government advice, with some additional caution and common sense, given the government’s track record on this.


The maps show vegan and vegetarian places to stay and eat which cater for children.  You will find accommodation in BnBs or hotels which have family rooms or extra space.  The cafes and restaurants have facilities such as: toys, books, gardens, high chairs, low tables or baby nappy changing tables.


The Vegan family holiday map covers the UK and Ireland, as well as parts of Europe which have a direct Eurostar train from London.  I find rail travel comfortable, since train stations are more pleasant than airports or service stations, and conveniently located in town centres.  Trains have space for toddlers to walk up and down the carriage, and tables to spread out activities on, such as a local animal themed sticker book.  Read more of Granny’s tips for travelling with kids here.


The children’s map of London also shows: play cafes with play areas or kid’s corners, museums and art galleries with children’s exhibits and workshops, theatres with children’s plays or music, playgrounds, play areas, parks, gardens and libraries, plus baby and toddler friendly cafes in Islington and Hackney.


There is a children’s map of the Lake District and Forest of Bowland, which also shows family friendly walks, museums and other outings.  Some walks are described as suitable for buggies.  For others I would use a second hand or sustainable hiking baby carrier.  I also like to use one when travelling on London busses, as it means we can sit on the top deck and see the sights.


Here are some nice pictures of the Lake District:



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