Dog Friendly Somerset

Unusual eco Georgian House with romantic four poster beds in a peaceful location. A family home run with a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Organic and Fairtrade breakfasts served until 11am. Bath is easily accessed by bus or a 20 minute walk. Discounts offered for those arriving by train. The team have a cat and a dog – well behaved pets are welcome!

Situated in a peaceful village opposite East Lambrook Manor Gardens, this beautifully restored and extended inn has an enviable reputation for good food, which is freshly prepared from ingredients supplied by only the best local producers and suppliers. Friendly atmosphere and dogs usually get a treat too.

Traditional busy family run village pub, the main bar is 600 years old with flagstone flooring set in an area of outstanding beauty and situated at the foot of the hills. Also has B&B which dogs are allowed to stay in for a small charge. It serves basic pub food and some more sophisticated dishes plus lots of fresh fish dishes. There are many outstanding walks, and Exmoor National Park is only 15 minutes away.

A country pub in the middle of Somerset, serving good, wholesome and filling food. The atmosphere is easy going and all are welcome. A wide range of 10 or more real ales, locally produced cider and a selection of bottled beers and wines from around the world. There are plenty of great walks in the area too for you and the dog!

The Hen House is a small barn conversion/cottage on one level. Although part of the five acres of wilderness garden surrounding Sherwood the Hen House stands in its own walled and fenced yard and has a separate entrance from the road. There are also several other cottages available . Each has its charm but together and along with the Hen House they form an ideal group for families and friends to enjoy each others company while providing the space and privacy people (and their dogs) need to really relax.

When you arrive you will wonder if this just a standard Pub, but the rooms are of another level completely as is the food! You and your dog will be very happy here!

The Old Cider House is a 4 star (previously Visit Britain) bed and breakfast in the heart of the Village of Nether Stowey, Quantock Hills, Somerset. With its five en suite bedrooms, owners Ian and Lynne welcome guests looking for a relaxing B&B break in their friendly guesthouse. If you’re looking for dog-friendly accommodation in the Quantocks then Nether Stowey is the ideal village location.  

Fantastic secret local gem. Dogs allowed in bar area where you can eat, a local border terrier in the hamlet also often pops in. The food is stunning and there are some fantastic walks out over the Somerset levels nearby.

The Royal Crescent Hotel is the most impressively located luxury hotel in the World Heritage City of Bath, occupying the two central buildings of the world’s finest crescent. The Grade I listed buildings were designed by the famous Georgian Architect, John Wood the Younger and were first occupied in 1775.

The Wheatsheaf is situated in large gardens overlooking the village of Combe Hay in idyllic countryside just 10 minutes drive from the centre of Bath.

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