The Continental Hotel is a luxe four-star dog-friendly hotel set in the heart of Hounslow. Only ten-minutes from Heathrow Airport and two-minutes from the nearest London Underground station, this boutique-style hotel is ideally situated for those looking to enjoy a short city break.
Deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside in the charming village of Didmarton lies The King's Arms, a wonderfully stylish and contemporary country inn. Originally built in the 17th century, this Grade II listed building retains its cosy, rustic-feel and offers the ultimate country pub experience.
A super stylish seaside escape set in the peaceful South Cornish village of St Mawes, Hotel Tresanton is the ultimate retreat for coast-loving canines. Originally created as a yachtsmen's club, Olga Polizzi bought the Tresanton in 1997 and has worked her magic to create a glamorous and relaxing getaway for any time of…
Tewkesbury Park is a family-owned hotel set within the rolling Gloucestershire countryside. There’s a golf course and 10-acre field at the bottom of the drive – ideal for off-lead frolics. The beautiful Tewkesbury Abbey is only a 10-minute walk away and welcomes furry visitors too.
Situated within Dartmoor National Park, Mill End Hotel is a fabulous country house hideaway for you and your pet. Perfect for a walking break, spend your days rambling up the surrounding tors and visiting the park’s castles.
A four-star boutique hotel, Hotel Felix is a traditional Victorian villa with a history dating back to 1852. With restored original Victorian features, it is complemented by a modern and stylish interior design.
Five-star historic hotel in Berkshire, Cliveden is one of the most glamorous destinations for you and your pet. Once home to the Astors, this 300-year old house is steeped in a history of politics and parties with visitors including Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin.
For somewhere extra special, stay with your dog at the fabulous Thornbury Castle hotel – a 16th century castle on the edge of the Cotswolds. Set in 14-acres of unspoiled grounds for your pet to explore, it has a vineyard and kitchen garden, plus Thornbury once housed Henry VIII and his bride Anne Boleyn.