Dog-friendly Hotels Hampshire
Choose from some of the finest dog-friendly hotels, spas and luxury country houses in Hampshire, scattered throughout popular areas such as Southampton, Droxford, Brockenhurst, Winchester and the stunning New Forest.
- Fareham, England
Solent Hotel & Spa offers dog-friendly luxurious accommodation and a perfect base to explore England’s stunning South Coast. Their Signature rooms are a welcoming retreat after a day out exploring the nearby beaches and countryside with your best furry friend in tow.£149Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Fareham, EnglandCoppice Hill House offers a comfortable and homely base for couples and families wishing to explore this popular part of Hampshire. It lies on the edge of the South Downs National Park making this ideal for keen walkers and cyclists. Southampton and the historic cathedral city of Winchester can be reached within 10 miles.
Parts of this characterful Grade II listed property dates back to the 15th century, with some later additions, mainly in the 17th and 18th centuries. It is steeped in history, and was formerly a pub, a school, a place for the manufacture of bespoke bricks and tiles, and also a doctors surgery. This traditional, detached family home enjoys some charming features such as beams, tiled floors, inglenook fireplaces, original oak floors, wood panelling in the dining room, a Rayburn, walled garden and a wood burner. The house is set just back from the main road which leads to the town, (there may be some road noise although the property is secondary glazed), and is conveniently located for local pubs and restaurants - the nearest only two minutes walk away, and a comprehensive range of independent shops, such as a butchers, bakery, greengrocers and more. Coppice Hill House benefits from a sitting out area within lovely lawned, walled gardens.
Bishop’s Waltham is a popular medieval market town, and has interesting places of interest such as the 12th century ruins of Bishop’s Waltham Palace, the museum and the Roman Church.
The glorious South Downs are within easy reach, as well as the Queen Elizabeth Country Park. The naval city of Portsmouth is 14 miles away, with its historic dockyard, home to Nelson’s Victory and The Mary Rose, along with waterside dining, extensive designer shops and ferry trips to the Isle of Wight. Winchester, Southampton with its shopping centre and the New Forest with extensive heathland walks, riding and cycling opportunities are approximately 40 minutes away. Historic Chichester with its cathedral and festival theatre, the city of Winchester, beaches at West Witterings or Hayling Island, the Watercress steam train, Jane Austens’ House, Gilbert White’s house and Birdworld, Marwell Zoo and Peppa Pig World are all easily reached. Pebbled beach 8 miles. Shop 250 yards, pub and restaurant 200 yards.£153From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fareham, EnglandThis lovely, light and airy, detached bungalow stands in an elevated position and enjoys super panoramic views over The Solent to the Isle of Wight and beyond. Directly opposite is a pebbled beach with cafés and skate park, it makes the ideal base for all to enjoy a beach holiday, to explore the area or simply relax. The open plan living space has an abundance of natural light due to the huge window which spans across the front of the bungalow, from here is the ideal place to relax and watch yachts, cruise liners and other nautical activity. This lovely property has three bedrooms, one king-size, one double and one twin, along with a family bathroom, plus an additional toilet. There is an enclosed private garden and private parking to the rear of the property and a large front garden, both perfect for entertaining and having barbecues. If it’s a pub lunch that you are looking for, there is the highly recommended one located only a 10-minute walk away. There is also another four local pubs within a 20-minute walk.
The pebbled beach opposite is great for swimming (if brave enough to take the plunge!) and fishing. As the tide goes out you’ll be able to spot adults and children in the rockpools crabbing. Lee-on-the-Solent is the home of the hovercraft, find out the history for yourself at the Hovercraft Museum, which is open to the public on Saturdays. Along with this there is the local St Faiths Church of England Parish and Lee-on-the-Solent High Street which, has an abundance of local businesses including a bakery, coffee shops, wine merchants, beauty salons, vintage shops and many more!
Gosport is the next town along which has a foot passenger ferry (every 15 minutes, or 7 minutes during peak times). It takes about 4 minutes on the ferry to get across to the historic Portsmouth harbour with its cosmopolitan feel and extensive shopping including designer outlets, as well as waterside dining, a comedy club, leisure complex, nightclubs, museums, galleries and city tours by foot or boat. Whilst over in Portsmouth visit the Spinnaker Tower for the views or enjoy a meal at the cloud or waterfront café’s, visit the Olde Towne, Gunwharf Quays, the dockyard where you can visit HMS Victory and HMS Warrior. You can also take a ferry across to the Isle of Wight for a great day out!
Other places of interest within easy reach include Solent Airport (Daedalus) for Boultbee flight academy, where you can enjoy a flight in what is the epitome of British heritage, The Spitfire, Titchfield Haven Nature Reserve, Portchester Castle, Port Solent, Chichester with its ornate castle, Fontwell and Goodwood races, Hayling Island, Hill Head and West Wittering beaches, Winchester Cathedral, Marwell Zoo, Paultons Park with Peppa Pig World, The New Forest with Beaulieu Museum, Jane Austen’s House Museum, Gilbert White Museum, The Watercress Steam Railway, maritime nautical activity at Southampton and many National Trust homes and gardens including Uppark, Vyne, Mottisfont and Hinton Ampner. Beach 100 yards. Shop 500 yards, pub and restaurant ½ mile.£86From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fareham, EnglandA well-presented first floor apartment with Juliette balcony to the master bedroom with en-suite, and comfortably accommodates up to four guests. Internally there are two double bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen and a large open plan living room with a window spot to watch village life go by.
The apartment is moments from the beautiful views that this village offers across the River Hamble, and wonderful walking routes; you can even hop on the small pink passenger ferry to Warsash. There are several pubs, restaurants, tea rooms and shops nearby. A Little further up the road, Hamble has good rail links to London, Southampton and Portsmouth. Hamble-Le-Rice is a picturesque village, with cobbled streets, and weekly market, close to Southampton in Hampshire. This is an ideal base for those wishing to explore the area.
Popular destinations include maritime Southampton and Portsmouth, with historic ships, designer shopping, leisure facilities and ferries to the Isle of Wight. Visit Winchester with its cathedral, the prehistoric monument at Stonehenge, excellent walking in the New Forest and South Downs National Parks, a day trip to Beaulieu Motor Museum or the seaside resort of Hayling Island, Poole and Bournemouth. Other good excursions are to Netley Royal Victoria Park and Manor Farm Country Park. Golf and fishing are available locally.£105From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Fareham, EnglandLittle Yew Tree Lodge is positioned in a small village called Worlds End in the beautiful Hampshire countryside. Furnished to a high standard with a fantastic, sociable, open plan living/dining and kitchen with everything you could need for a very comfortable stay. Sleeping for up to four guests, there are two bedrooms, one with a kingsize bed and the other with a double, both boasting their own modern en-suite bathrooms with walk in showers.
French doors lead to a lovely patio area off the rear bedroom, the perfect spot for that morning coffee. The large rear garden is the perfect spot to enjoy both day and night. Why not escape the sun and shelter with a book under the sheltered pergola. Or enjoy a relaxing time in the wood-fired, oxygen-cleaned hot tub with led lights. A perfect way to spend a summer’s evening.
Little Yew Tree Lodge is ideal for couples, friends or a small family looking to embrace Hampshire’s beautiful countryside, with lots of beautiful walks and cycling trails, yet easily accessible to an array of activities and sites. A great location to enjoy the hugely popular events at Goodwood and Fontwell Park Racecourse. Close by Hambledon Vineyard, nestled on the edge of the South Downs, is England’s oldest commercial vineyard. Sparkling wine is produced on-site in the gravity-fed state of the art winery – the only one in the UK.
Easy reach are beaches at Hayling Island, Southsea, and West Wittering’s and just a 25-minute drive from the nautical city of Portsmouth with the amazing views from the top of Spinnaker Tower, designer outlet shopping and waterside dining at Gunwharf Quays. Day trips to the Isle of Wight and HMS Victory and the Mary Rose Exhibition, The D-Day Museum, Southsea castle and Blue Reef Aquarium. The historic cathedral city of Winchester, 30 minutes away, boasting many historic attractions such as Winchester Cathedral, King Arthur’s Round Table and Jane Austen’s House. The city is host to a variety of events throughout the year including street theatre, jazz festivals and outdoor cinema and film events. Also known for its Christmas market with outdoor ice rink.£191From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Alresford, England
Located in the heart of the smallest hamlet in England, Grade I listed flint and brick country pub The Woolpack Inn is a charming dog-friendly destination nestled in Totford in the picturesque Candover Valley, Hampshire.