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 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

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 Travel Guide

Dogs in the snow playing

Dogs are members of our families too, so it’s only natural to want to take them with you when you travel. In order to make travelling with your dog safe and enjoyable for you and your pet alike, you need to do some research ahead of time. It’s vital to know laws, guidelines, and safety …Continue reading

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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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