Famous for the Cheddar Gorge, the Roman Baths and Glastonbury, Somerset is also the perfect county for a dog-friendly break with your furry friend with wonderful walks - hills to climb, woods to wander and moors to meander. Stay at a dog-friendly hotel near the Exmoor National Park or one of the many dog-friendly beaches at Burnham-on-Sea or Clivedon Beach.
And on your way to Somerset, why not stay at a dog-friendly hotel in Berkshire or Oxfordshire or visit nearby Dorset all with dog-friendly hotels and fabulous pubs to stop by after a hard day’s walking. Make sure you also have a look at our superb collection of dog-friendly cottages in Somerset.
Situated behind the abbey in one of the prettiest quarters of Bath, Abbey Hotel occupies an enviable location within the heart of this beautiful, historic city. A veritable haven of fun, eclectic style, hands-on owners Ian & Christa Taylor have breathed life into this handsome stone building, showcasing their own…
Re-built around 1870, The Notley Arms has been lovingly restored to a cosy and traditional country inn. Crackling log fires, comfy sofas and a charming beer garden bounded by a babbling stream make for a delightfully warm and relaxing atmosphere.
A stunning 18th century Palladian mansion – Ston Easton Park Hotel in Wells, Somerset is nestled in 36-acres of beautiful parkland, making it a perfect luxury break for you and your pet in one of the West Country’s most beautiful estates.
Bloomfield House is a striking Georgian country house overlooking Bath. Built in the 1790s, most likely by the notable architect Thomas Baldwin, it was once the home of the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Bath.