Your dog deserves a Black Friday treat too – so why not take them on a fabulous dog-friendly getaway with bow wow appeal. Starting this Friday you will recieve 10% off all PetsPyjamas’ dog-welcoming hotels – some with great pet packages attached and where all dogs stay free. Check out some of our tail-waggingly good dog-friendly hotels in Wales, the Cotswolds, Scotland and beyond – you’d be barking not to!
Arguably one of the finest hotels in Wales, Pale Hall is an imposing, luxury country house hotel with a grand entrance and a wealth of period features. It is also super dog-friendly where your dog will receive as wonderful a welcome as you. The hotel is set in a fabulously remote location in the Dee Valley with an idyllic woodland – a magical playground for your dog and perhaps most impressive of all you have the spectacular Snowdonia National Park with its myriad of walks on the doorstep.
In fact, there are footpaths directly from the hotel including the Queen’s Walk along the banks of the River Dee. Foodies will love the award-winning restaurant with acclaimed chef Gareth Stevensen at the helm with dog-sitting also an option. Or if you want to dine with your dog you can also do so in the Huntsman Bar and Bistro.
Bike & Boot offers a very different sort of hotel experience – it’s super fun and it’s dog-friendly too! They have 50 dog-friendly bedrooms from a Boot room with double bed – just enough room for you and Fido – to large rooms and suites, many with fabulous views over the South Bay to wonderful Scarborough. You can enjoy free hot drinks in the retreat lounge with complimentary cake at teatime and after a bracing seaside walk with your best friend in tow you can visit their in house Film Club. You can dine with your dog in the restaurant which serves Mediterranean food in a relaxed atmosphere with the best sea views in Scarborough. Electric bikes are available and there are plenty of lovely walks along the beach, the coastal path or across the North Yorkshire Moors.
Set in the elegant countryside of the Scottish Borders, this historic dog-friendly estate formerly owned by the Duke of Roxburghe, features a twenty bedroom luxury hotel, a championship golf course, a range of outdoor activities and 300 acres of grounds for your four-legged friend to roam.Grand open fireplaces grace the historic rooms of the manor house and the cuisine is top quality and varied, with an emphasis on fresh, home-grown produce. With numerous cosy bars with roaring log fires you can cosy up with your furry friend by your side or afternoon tea. The super doggy welcome, oodles of space plus fabulous grounds makes it the perfect dog-friendly getaway destination and its little more than an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh and Newcastle.
Once a 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 doggy 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 at the hotel and beyond. Pretty fountains and waterfalls make Danesfield Gardens quintessentially English while the Italian Garden adds a touch of the Mediterranean.
Enjoying a picturesque view of Fowey and the sea, the dog-friendly Fowey Hall Hotel is a luxury hotel in Cornwall that is not only family-friendly, but welcomes four-legged companions too. This is a sanctuary for the whole family with opulent bedrooms, peaceful alcoves by roaring fires and a fabulous spa. There’s a swimming pool and treatments to relax and rejuvenate the humans and 630 miles of stunning coastal trails – the perfect playground for furry friends.
There are also many wonderful dog-friendly beaches nearby, including Polkerris Beach and Polridmouth Cove! Your dog will be offered a bowl, blanket, tennis ball and a treat on arrival and will be able to dine with you in the morning room where you can enjoy wonderful Cornish fare.
Located in Old Windsor, the De Vere Beaumont Estate Hotel is a wonderful 18th-century mansion, a chapel, and a Georgian white house set in gorgeous parkland grounds. The original house was built for Lord Weymouth but it was its time as a public school, from 1854 – 1967, that saw most of the estate’s architectural developments. After an extensive refurbishment it still boasts most of its original features with a 21st-century style.
Stay in a super luxurious dog-friendly room with access to the 42 acres of grounds, complete with natural ponds and specially commissioned sculptures. Its beautiful grounds are a paradise for your pooch to play in, and when you feel like exploring, you and Fido can enjoy magnificent riverside walks along the Thames or stroll through the wide tree lined avenues of the lovely Windsor Great Park.
Perfect for those looking for a charming and authentic dog-friendly stay in the center of Bath, Harington’s Hotel is a boutique-style hotel comprising three Georgian townhouses tucked away on a delightful cobbled lane in the heart of the city. All the rooms are individually designed – stylish, quirky, and super dog-friendly; with doggy blankets, towels, treats, and toys!
There is a cosy breakfast room and bar where your dog can join you and masses of dog-friendly cafes and restaurants close by. The Roman Baths, Thermae Spa, and Pump room are all nearby plus many Fido-friendly attractions including the fabulous Royal Victoria Park (next door to the Royal Crescent) and the stunning Bath Skyline walk. There’s also a hot tub to relax in after a busy day of sightseeing with your best furry friend.
Overlooking gorgeous gardens and fields, Hollin House Hotel is a historic hotel on the outskirts of the charming Bollington village in Cheshire. Originally built in 1870, in Tudor Gothic style the hotel is cosy and welcoming with fabulous grounds and countryside for you and your dog to explore. What’s more, you can dine with your dog in the luxurious drawing room and enjoy the fine selection of local artisan food, as well as local beers, gins and a superb choice of wines. Located in the heart of the Peak District, with stunning walking and pretty villages all around and with the bustling market town of Macclesfield right on the doorstep, it’s the perfect place for a dog-friendly getaway. Best of all their friendly staff l go that extra mile to make sure you and your pooch friend have a wonderful stay.