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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5 Dog Friendly Places to Visit in Northumberland

Dog friendly Dunstanburgh Castle, Craster

Nobody who owns a dog likes having to leave them at home when enjoying a day out. Unfortunately, there are many places that simply do not allow our furry friends to visit, which makes bringing them along difficult. Thankfully, Northumberland is a county that has many dog-friendly attractions, which is great considering all of the …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Break in Tenby, Pembrokeshire

Castle Beach Tenby

I was asked by my friends at Dogs Invited whether I would share some of my experiences of traveling around the UK with my dog. I love to get away at the weekend whenever I can, sometimes my nearly grown up children come with me sometimes they don’t, but my faithful 4 legged companion is …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Pubs & Cafes

dog friendly pubs

If you are looking for a dog friendly pub or cafe, we have a selection for you. Know of one we haven’t got listed?  Let us know the name and address so that we can add it to our list. Click on the establishment name, and if we can, we will take you to their …Continue reading

Dog Friendly Holidays on the Isle of Wight

The Needles and West High Down, Isle of Wight

I vaguely remember going to the Isle of Wight when I was a child, and my lasting memory is the funny sand!  There is obviously so much more to the island than that, so I asked Suzanne from Little Moon Cottage & Sunbeam Cottage to let us know what we can do when we visit …Continue reading

A Dog Friendly Holiday in Scotland

Fantastic walks to enjoy the scenery in the Scottish hills and mountains

Hi, My name is Bella, I’m 8 months old and I live at the farmhouse next to Moray Cottages with my humans Fiona & Robert. I arrived here when I was just 8 weeks old and everyone was bigger than me… even Porky the cat! Mind you Robert & Fiona have been here 10 years …Continue reading

Kes the Collie – dreaming of sheep and a lick of ice cream in South Devon!

Kes the dog

Hi! I’m Kes the Collie, a ‘rescue’ from the city of Plymouth and boy did I land on my four paws when I was re-homed by Ruth and Jon, owners of Dittiscombe Holiday Cottages in South Devon. I have so much space to walk and play safely here at Dittiscombe – at least twenty acres …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

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

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