North Yorkshire–Based Vegan Luxury Hotel Crowned a Winner in PETA Travel Awards

North Yorkshire – In recognition of its outstanding vegan hospitality – which promotes respect for animals and encourages a vegan lifestyle – Beck Hall in Malham has been named “Best Vegan Luxury Hotel” in PETA’s Travel Awards, which celebrates the travel providers, hotels, attractions, and other industry leaders that are meeting the skyrocketing demand for vegan and animal-friendly travel.

This historic hotel near the stunning Malham Cove went fully vegan in December. It offers en suite rooms with vegan toiletries, bedding, and food – including breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner – and dogs are welcome, too. The impressive à la carte menu features starters such as Tamarind Treacle-Glazed Baby Back “Ribs”, mains including Banana Blossom & Chips, and Pomegranate and Rose Mess among the desserts.

Today’s travellers are attracted to humane and ethical food, services, and experiences, and Beck Hall enthusiastically meets that demand, proving you can enjoy every luxury while respecting animals and the planet.

“A visit to Beck Hall is the perfect staycation for anyone looking for a luxurious experience with all the bells and whistles,” says PETA Corporate Projects Manager Dr Carys Bennett. “The good people at Beck Hall have set the industry standard for promoting a vegan lifestyle, and recognising them with this award is our way of saying thank you.”

Ten companies have been awarded this year, and winners include a global airline, two British train operators and an exhibition that are pioneering animal-free travel and experiences.

PETA – whose motto reads, “Animals are not ours to experiment on, eat, wear, use for entertainment, or abuse in any other way,” and which opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview – offers tips for compassionate travel on its website.

For more information about each category and to see a full list of winners, please visit


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