Lintbells reveals the top dog friendly hotels to visit for Bank Holidays

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Rens Hageman
Rens Hageman

As dog owners, it’s no surprise that so many of us choose to holiday with our pets. In fact, recent research says over 1.4 million of us choose to holiday at home in the UK every year so our pets can join us.

With this in mind and to help celebrate National Pet Month, Lintbells, creators of YuMOVE the UK’s No.1 Vet Joint Supplement, have complied a list of some of the top dog friendly hotels from across the UK to consider for your pet friendly getaways this year.


The Four Seasons Hotel, Perthshire Scotland.

Escape to the Scottish Highlands with your pooch in hand and pay a visit to The Four Seasons hotel, equipped with stunning views over Loch Earn and even a resident pet butler. The dedicated pet concierge service is sure to make your dog feel like a VIP. From a specially created canine menu, to a pet-sitting and walking service and even a pooch parlour, it will definitely be a hit.

Trigony House Hotel, Dumfries and Galloway Scotland.

In the heart of Dumfries and Galloway, this traditional country house is surrounded by beautiful woodland and gardens. Roxy, their resident Retriever will be ready and waiting to welcome you and your dog, with all dog guests receiving a box of gourmet dog treats, free beds, towels and bowls.

East Anglia, England

The Chequers Inn, Norfolk.

Situated on the beautiful Norfolk coast and surrounded by coastal walks, beaches and sand dunes your dog will be in heaven whilst staying at The Chequers Inn. With just a small extra fee to bring your furry friend, the Inn will even supply treats and loan you blankets to make your dog’s stay as comfortable as possible.

North West, England

The Inn on the Lake, Lake District.

On the shores of Lake Ullswater, this Inn offers breath taking surroundings with an abundance of country walks for you and your pet to enjoy. The hotel also has a beautifully kept garden with sweeping lawns, perfect for your dog to enjoy the great outdoors and British weather.

St Valery, Northumberland.

This boutique B&B in the heart of Alnmouth village in Northumberland is just a short stroll away from the beach making for a wonderful dog-friendly getaway. Welcomed at no extra charge, your pooch will be provided with a bed, bowls and towels. They even have a doggie drawer filled with spare leads and poo bags.

South East, England

No.15 Great Pulteney, Bath.

This quintessentially English boutique hotel in the heart of Bath could be great for a city break for you and your dog. They happily host up to two fairly small and well behaved dogs in a selection of their rooms, for just a small extra charge.

South West, England

Talland Bay Hotel, Porthallow Cornwall.

Enjoy a luxury Cornish break at Talland Bay, situated only minute’s away from beautiful costal walks and beaches you definitely won’t be short of walking routes to enjoy during your stay. Dogs are welcome in all of the rooms (bar two) and on-site cottages.

Mill End Hotel, Devon.

Set in the Dartmoor National Park in Devon where you won’t be short of amazing scenic walks, dogs can stay for free at this hotel. Along with treats and dog beds, there is also a pet sitter on hand (should you need it).

The King’s Arms, Gloucestershire.

Set in the quaint village of Didmarton, within the stunning Cotswold countryside, The King’s Arms welcomes dogs to stay free of charge. Beds, bowls and biscuits are all provided and your pooch can even make friends with the resident Jack Russell while enjoying a Snuffle Dog Beer. The Inn makes for a great base while you and your dog enjoy long walks throughout the countryside.

The Fish Hotel, Cotswolds.

With its impeccable design and ideal location in the Cotswolds, this hotel could be described as ‘the’ perfect place for a pet friendly getaway. For a small extra charge the hotel offers a stay for your dog in one of their eight cosy deluxe rooms and two Hilly Huts. Beds, bowls, treats and dog towels are offered to all dog guests during their stay.

(Article source: Dog News)

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