7 Woof-tastic Winter Sales Picks

After the excitement of Christmas its fun to start planning a dog-friendly city, country or seaside getaway for 2022 with your best furry friend to reward them for their marvellous company over lockdown. So for a limited time only PetsPyjamas are offering some amazing 3 nights for 2 deals that you won’t want to miss out on.
Whether you fancy staying in a charming thatched Inn in deepest Dorset countryside, a spa break in a historic country house in Buckinghamshire, or a relaxing couple of nights in a Sussex pub on the edge of the South Downs,  we have a fabulous choice of pet-friebdly properties, all offering an extra free night away.  

Here are seven of our favourite dog-friendly hotels from our 3 for 2 collection. And remember, when you book with PetsPyjamas dogs stay free!

Danesfield House Hotel & Spa, Buckinghamshire

Once wartime home to the Intelligence Section of the RAF in Buckinghamshire, dog-friendly Danesfield House is brimming with history. Set in 65 acres of formal gardens between Henley and Marlow, Danesfield House Hotel and Spa is a delightful country retreat – perfect for a doggie getaway and ideal for a weekend break as it is just over an hour’s drive from London. With a gorgeous tree-lined drive that winds beneath the striking Clock Tower and whitewashed exterior.
Danesfield House is perched on a hilltop with expansive views towards the Chiltern Hills. The hotel has an award-winning spa, a superb restaurant, lovely walks in the gardens and woodlands and in the Chiltern Hills. Doggie services include dog sitting, dog grooming and dog walking! 

De Vere Tortworth Court, Gloucestershire

Situated in Gloucestershire on the fringes of the Cotswolds, dog-friendly, De Vere Tortworth Court is a Grade II historic manor house hotel in stunning surroundings. Recorded in the Domesday Book, the estate was the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for 350 years and has recently undergone a renovation project with the manor house now combining 21st-century style with a wealth of original features and fittings.
Four-legged friends will love exploring the 30 acre estate which also has one of Britain’s finest Victorian arboretum, housing more than 300 plant and tree specimens. Dine with your dog in the Atrium Bistro Bar, explore gorgeous Cotswolds towns like Stroud and Tetbury or enjoy wonderful walks along the Cotswolds Way with your best furry friend by your side.

Roseate House, London


Just a short stroll from fabulous walks in Hyde Park with stunning views leafy Westbourne Terrace is dog-friendly boutique hotel, Roseate House London.  A haven of tranquillity amidst the hustle and bustle of the capital, Roseate House London features luxurious rooms and suites spread across three mid-19th century Grade-II townhouses built-in 1842, yet still retains the grace and charm of its original Victorian architecture. Inside, the hotel features classic Victorian furniture and original oil paintings, personally handpicked and curated by antique expert Jonty Hearnden.
You can indulge in the newly-introduced Aheli spa and wellness experience and choose among the many treatments that are designed to detox, cleanse, nourish, nurture, heal and rejuvenate. You and your best furry friend can enjoy walks around the Serpentine in Hyde Park, stroll around Kensington Palace with The Royal Albert Hall, with lots of dog-friendly cafes and restaurants in High Street Kensington and Portobello Road on your doorstep. 

The Old Mill, Hampshire


The Old Mill is a stunning dog-friendly Inn on the banks of the Avon near Lymington. Located in the hamlet of Gordleton, it’s an oasis of riverside tranquility in the heart of the New Forest. The Old Mill is perfect for dog walks with your canine companion and easily accessible to all the dog-friendly attractions of the South Coast.

Your pooch will love the gorgeous grounds and gardens to play in at the hotel with wonderful river walks on the doorstep. There is also a secret garden with a renovated Victorian swimming pool converted into a pretty pond. The beach at Mudeford is close by and dog-friendly year round, you can also visit maritime village, Buckler’s Hard and enjoy fantastic walks in the New Forest.

The White Horse, Sussex

Nestled at the foot of the stunning South Downs, dog-friendly The White Horse in Sussex is an AA rosette-awarded five-star restaurant with gorgeous dog-friendly rooms. Unwind in one of the private dog-friendly cottage rooms  complete with spectacular views of the green rolling hills beyond. Combining rustic elegance with contemporary design, the spacious rooms reflect a passion for the countryside. Luxurious steamer trunks, iconic mid-century furnishings and architectural four-poster beds are set amidst sheepskin rugs, wool throws and exposed wood beams.
Your four-legged freind will love exploring the surrounding countryside – there are so many amazing trails to follow direct from the door. The Inn is super dog friendly with pets giventheir own welcome pack which includes a comfy bed, as well as treats and water bowl. There are also maps of local walks in the South Downs and the Witterings are also close by if your dog fancies a run along the beach. 

The Museum Inn, Dorset

A classic thatched country inn dog-friendly The Museum Inn in Dorset dates back to the 17th century and is the archetypal country inn in a lovely rural setting – a favourite spot for local food connoisseurs and a true walking paradise. Inside, the rooms are warmly decorated, the lounge is full of Chesterfield armchairs for cosying up with your dog and the pub is a delightful treat, with dark wood and stone floors.
Nestled among the pretty rose gardens and picture-perfect cottages of Farnham, this cosy inn has a fabulous location on the Cranborne Chase. Your hound will love roaming the natural playground of rolling grassland, ancient woodlands and river valleys that surround the inn.

The King’s Arms, Cotswolds 

Deep within the stunning countryside of the Cotswolds, 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, with wood beams, stone-flagged floors, roaring log fires, and delicious seasonal fare.
An ideal base from which to explore the rich landscape and historic landmarks of the Cotswolds, you and your canine companion can walk for hours along the many lanes and pathways that criss-cross through the countryside. Also explore the Badminton Estate, the lovely dog-friendly market town of Tetbury and Westonbirt Arboretum. It’s all right on your doorstep!

Still after some travel inspo? 

Check out our full winter sales collection, where you’ll find a number of fabulous dog-friendly hotels with 3 nights for the price of 2! Each of our doggie destinations are hound-picked and given the paw of approval by our team of pet-friendly travel experts.