Dogs are part of the family, so it is only natural that you want a dog friendly holiday, and for them to be welcome too. Our blog gives you some ideas of where to holiday in the UK and what sort of holidays are out there for you.
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Dog Training Holidays

Dog training holidays at Polean Farm

Dog friendly holidays with a difference, seem to be coming into their own and I have previously seen holidays which have dog agility thrown in, but what if you and your dog don’t fancy doing agility?  Well Polean Farm Holiday Cottages have come up with Dog Training Holidays!  A great idea – it gives you …Continue reading

Treat Your Dog to a Holiday in The Vale of Glamorgan

Wendy outside her dog friendly B&B in South Wales

Let me introduce myself. I’m Pia, an Italian Spinone who has just turned six. I live at Sheepleys Bed and Breakfast in the Vale of Glamorgan with another young, uncouth yob of a Spinone called Pronto (who unfortunately happens to be my son!). Also part of the family is Faith, a rescue Pointer X all …Continue reading

Suffolk the Dog Loving County

Resident dogs of Old Rectory Cottages, Flixton

Special thanks to Keith Parker of Old Rectory Cottages, Flixton for supplying this information. A tourism campaign in 2013 was entitled “Suffolk the Curious County – it could just as well have been called “Suffolk the Dog Loving County”, because Suffolk probably makes dogs & their owners more welcome than anywhere in England. So what’s the …Continue reading

The Northumberland Coast – One of Britain’s Best Kept Secrets

Dog friendly beach in northumberland

Special thanks to Tim Stienlet of Burnfoot Holiday Cottages in Northumberland, for supplying this information.   Northumberland has some of the most spectacular unspoiled coastline in the UK.  It was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1958 and covers 39 miles of stunning coast!  The Northumberland Coastal Route provides access to the many …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Things To Do in Norfolk

A guest dog, Hattie, enjoying the warm floor.

Special thanks to Sue Allen of East Ruston Cottages in Norfolk, for supplying this information on dog friendly Norfolk. If you haven’t already discovered the dog friendly delights of Norfolk then it really ought to be on your New Year’s Resolution list for 2014. Let me try to explain why. Nobody goes through Norfolk to get to …Continue reading

Dog Holidays in the Lake District

Flo enjoying the dog friendly Lake District

Lets face it.  Dogs love the Lake District.  Whether it’s rainy or sunny they just can’t get enough of it.  It’s a vast playground just waiting to be explored.  In fact there are 885 square miles to discover, as well an additional 1728 square miles if you include Cumbria as a whole – and you should, the Eden Valley …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Beaches

Dog friendly beach

We get asked so often which beaches in the UK are dog friendly, so I am going to do my best to provide links to the information that will tell you which beaches accept dogs and what (if any) restrictions there may be. This list will be updated gradually 🙂 South Devon Cornwall Ceredigion Vale …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Cornwall

Bee & Roxy on the dog friendly beach at Hannaford

Dogs love Cornwall and frankly Cornwall loves dogs. The reason is simple. We’ve got miles and miles of long sandy beaches, acres of rugged moorland, loads of dog friendly pubs and restaurants where you’ll find your canine chum is more than welcome, and of course we, here at Treworgey, are a pooches paradise. So there’s …Continue reading

A Piece of Welsh Paradise?

dog friendly woodland walks

WEST WALES, Ceredigion My wife Julie and I have lived and travelled all over the world and would not live anywhere else, why? I guess a big reason is because it has so few people.  The population density in Ceredigion is about one tenth of England’s. It’s not that we don’t like people, it’s just …Continue reading

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