There’s nothing better than going on a little break away somewhere – as long as you get to take your best four-legged friend with you, of course!
These days, dog-owners are very well catered for when it comes to dog-friendly accommodation, so you don’t have to worry that you won’t be able to explore the world with all the family in tow.
But where to stay? If you’re currently looking for some holiday inspiration, here are just a couple of my favourite places where pups are more than welcome. Enjoy!
The Lake District is doggy heaven, so you simply can’t leave them behind with a dog sitter! Book a stay at the Another Place hotel, which you’ll find right on the shores of Ullswater, and you’ll have 18 acres of Lake District National Park at your disposal.
From a human perspective, the hotel itself is second to none, with all the more traditional rooms that you would expect, but also handcrafted shepherd huts and a treehouse, which has floor-to-ceiling views of the local countryside. Amazing!
There’s nothing quite like a trip to Scotland to bring a smile to your face and if you really want to get away from it all, booking a stay at Eagle Brae in Strathglass would be the perfect choice. Here, you’ll find a series of luxury log cabins in the Highlands, surrounded by stunning countryside, but only 20 minutes away from Inverness… so you’ve really got it all!
There are ten log cabins to choose from and they’re all dog-friendly. The hardest part will be choosing which beautiful cabin to stay in.
The Priory is amazing for a host of different reasons, but your pooches in particular will love it. Upon arrival, they’ll be treated to their own bed, bowl and a towel, as well as a lovely little welcome gift box. All the cottage rooms have their own semi-private gardens, so your dogs will have a great time no matter what!
As for you, The Priory itself actually served originally as a Cistercian monastery and you’re sure to be impressed with all the amazing features that have been retained over the years.
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