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-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 garden for your dog to play and 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.
Nestled within the 10-acres of beautiful gardens and grounds, Homewood Hotel & Spa is a superb dog-friendly destination ideally located just outside of Bath, Somerset. Dating back to the 13th century, Homewood Park mixes contemporary design alongside historic elements such as wooden floors, inviting roaring log fires and antique paintings.
Your dog will feel very spoilt here with a specially prepared Woof Box filled with Lilys Kitchen food, treats, a ball, doggie beds and bowls and is free to roam the sitting rooms and bar where there’s even a doggie menu. And with luxurious bedrooms and suites to choose from, a relaxed restaurant and a luxury spa with a hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and heated outside swimming pool you and your dog will feel in the lap of luxury!
A stunning Elizabethan Castle set in the rolling valleys of Dartmoor’s National Park, this luxury hotel and spa extends a waggy tailed welcome to four-legged friends with a doggy letter, bed, bowl, toy and chew; and there’s even a pooch parlour for doggie pampering and sprucing up after long muddy walks.
Set in 275 of beautiful countryside for your dog to roam, we recommend in 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 with a furry companion. And after a day of walks, you can relax in the spa. Golf enthusiasts will love the 18 hole championship golf course too.
Located on the stunning Babbacombe Beach, the Cary Arms & Spa is undoubtedly one of the finest hotels in Devon. Exuding all the charm of a traditional ‘Inn on the Beach’, with the style and comfort of a luxury boutique hotel, this 5* dog-friendly destination makes for the perfect seaside escape with Fido.
Choose to stay in one of the luxury Seaview rooms or chic beach huts, both of which boast sun-drenched terraces where you can sit back, relax and enjoy the breathtaking ocean views. The pub itself serves an exquisite selection of food using quality, fresh, and locally sourced ingredients, with an emphasis on seafood and vegan dishes. Fine dining, with an even finer setting – and you can even dine with your pooch too, with doggy dinners and lots of treats on offer for furry friends.
When it’s time to explore, you and your curious canine can pick up the South West Coastal Path right from the front door, or take a stroll down to the beautiful dog-friendly Oddicombe Beach. Afterwards, you can unwind in the spa which includes a hydrotherapy pool, sauna and steam room.
Having just undergone a multi-million-pound refurbishment, the Lygon Arms is one of the most luxurious dog-friendly hotels in the country. Situated in the picturesque Cotswolds village of Broadway, this delightful coaching inn is steeped in history and character, with roaring log-burning open fireplaces, vaulted ceilings and original wood panelling dating back to the seventeenth century. Fit enough for royalty, King Charles 1 and Oliver Cromwell have even stayed here!
The grand dog-friendly bedrooms come with pet beds, bowls and treats, and all have easy access to the gardens with its three acres of grounds for your pooch to play in. You can dine with your dog in the Lygon Bar – a cosy, fido-friendly room adjacent to the main restaurant, the courtyard or the Lygon Lounges, where you’ll be provided with a special doggy menu.
After a busy day of sightseeing, walkies, and exploring the beautiful villages of Broadway or Snowshill with your best furry friend in tow, you can indulge in the hotel’s super-luxe spa – featuring a 13m indoor pool, steam room and beauty treatment room.
Set in 400 acres of countryside amongst the stunning Surrey Hills, Beaverbrook is a quintessentially English Country House estate that simply oozes luxury. Tucked away within a magical walled garden, the charming and super dog-friendly Garden House and Garden House Cottage boast comfort and elegance like no other.
Whilst your pooch chills out in the room with their favourite toy, you can relax and unwind in the award-winning spa, which features six treatment rooms. The Garden House restaurant offers an eclectic selection of rustic Anglo-Italian inspired dishes in the evening, and for a lovely spot of lunch, you and your four-legged friend can dine in the conservatory area of the restaurant.
When you fancy a wonder, take Fido for a gentle stroll through the gorgeous estate, or even take a hike up to Box Hill and marvel at the spectacular scenery – all set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Located just an hour’s drive from Central London, and bordering the magnificent South Downs Nation Park, The South Lodge Hotel in West Sussex is a deluxe five-star country house that “treats pets exactly like the guests.”
You can expect stunning, individually designed rooms, with gorgeous soft furnishings and quirky furniture against a backdrop of spectacular rural views. With flawless attention to detail, including a pillow menu, ensuring that every guest enjoys the most restful of stays, the lodge offers offers the ultimate luxury hotel experience.
The hotel boasts a state-of-the-art spa complete with indoor and outdoor pools, as well as a thermal suite – perfect for a little self-care and pampering. Set amongst 93 acres of stunning woodland, there’s also fabulous walking opportunities and plently for you and your best furry friend to explore.
This historic five-star hotel in Berkshire is one of the most glamorous dog-friendly destinations you’ll find. Once home to the Astors, this 300-year old home is absolutely steeped in history and character, and has even accomodated the likes of Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin.
The grand rooms are wonderfully decorated, with elegant and charming interior boasting a real sense of luxury that extends to the magnificent Great Hall and Andre Garret restuarant. Furry friends are greeted with a bed, bowl, feedback mat and a gourmet meal from the chef’s canine menu.
Offering spectacular views over the River Thames, almost 400 acres of beautiful National Trust grounds to explore, and world-class spa and pool facilities, Cliveden House is the ultimate haven for both pooches and their owners.