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Just two hours from London, this charming mock-medieval hotel has a beautiful setting in 30 acres of gorgeous grounds for your dog to play. But as well as its wonderful country setting, you can walk through the wooded area to arrive at Climping beach for a lovely Autumnal stroll on the year round dog-friendly beach with your best furry friend.
There are 39 dog-friendly bedrooms across the main house, thatched houses and cottages, a fabulous spa with a gorgeous indoor pool and wonderful walks from the doorstep. Oozing natural charm with its wood panelled rooms and mullioned windows, the hotel is super cosy and very dog-friendly.
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The Merry Harriers is a cosy traditional pub set in the South Downs National Park and Surrey Hills. For a unique glamping experience, you and your furry friend can stay in one of their delightfully quirky Shepherd’s huts which look out onto a tranquil pond and offer stunning views to the Surrey Hills and beyond.
With underfloor heating, wood burning stove and charming decor, it makes for a super-snug Autumn retreat. Llama walking is an option, and after a day of walks in the hills, you can enjoy a delicious three course dinner at the delightful 16th century inn with Fido in tow.
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An Elizabethan Castle set in the rolling valleys of Dartmoor’s National Park, this luxury hotel and spa extends a warm welcome to four legged friends. Set in 275 acres of beautiful countryside for your dog to roam, we recommend staying in one of the hotel’s 22 three story country lodges tucked away in the grounds – perfect for a private country estate stay with all the amenities of the hotel close by.
Each lodge has three bedrooms sleeping up to eight people – perfect for a family group. You can self cater or eat at the hotel. And golf enthusiasts will love the 18 hole championship golf course. The hotel supplies a doggie walk book and there’s even a doggie pooch parlour with shampoo and hair dryer to ensure they are clean and smelling lovely after a walk around the Estate.
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Situated in the heart of the beautiful village of Ticehurst, just an hour and a half from London, is one of our favourite dog-friendly destinations. This stylish yet quirky 16th century hotel features charming decor and offers amazing dog-friendly rooms in the hotel or luxury lodges, including the Love Nest, which comes with its own gardens and fire pit.
One of the finest hotels in Wales, Pale Hall is a luxury country house hotel with a grand entrance and a wealth of period features. It is also super dog-welcoming – a place where your dog will feel like Lord of the Manor! Set in a wonderfully remote location in the Dee Valley, with an idyllic woodland garden for your dog to play and the spectacular Snowdonia National Park close by, it’s the perfect place for an autumn adventure with Fido.
Foodies will love the award-winning restaurant with acclaimed chef Gareth Stevensen at the helm. Dog sitting is available, but if you’d like to dine with your dog, you can in the super cosy Huntsman Bar and Bistro!
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Ideal for a weekend away with friends and family, there are doggie walks from the door, a superb welcome hamper with everything you could possibly need, an enclosed garden and a lovely fido-friendly pub close by!
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A super stylish pub with rooms, dog-friendly Artist Residence in Oxfordshire is an idyllic retreat set in the heart of the Cotswolds. This 16th-century Inn has four pet-friendly lofts and suites, all gorgeously designed with luxurious linens, boho chic and fabulous antique furnishings.
Downstairs is Mr Hanbury’s Masons Arms, which was designed in collaboration with artists the Connor Brothers – a pet-friendly pub with cosy yet contemporary decor and a menu using seasonal produce from neighbouring farms. Here you can enjoy the famous Masons Arms burger or Sunday roast with your canine companion by your side.
The rural setting provides plenty of opportunities for Fido to explore! Walk around the village, down the bridal paths and across the green fields. The dog-friendly grounds of Blenheim Palace are just a short-drive away, too, and you can also discover the incredible scenery at Bourton on the Water or the Chilterns.
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It’s not too late to book your October getaway!
October is a great time to take a break just before the cold weather sets in, and if you hurry, you can still fetch some amazing packages! Have a snoop around our ‘October Picks’ collection and you’ll find a wonderful range of dog-welcoming hotels, cottages and b&bs, starting from as little as £65pp! You’d be barking mad to miss out.