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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.

  • Lilypad, HampshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ringwood, England
    Lilypad is a newly built home in a peaceful residential area within walking distance to the high street of Ringwood. Downstairs there is an open plan kitchen, living and dining room with a 43-inch smart tv. In the kitchen there is a fridge freezer, dishwasher, gas hob and electric oven with all the equipment you need to cook a meal to enjoy together. There is a convenient downstairs toilet and there is underfloor heating on the ground floor of this property. Upstairs is a king bedroom and a double bedroom both with 32-inch smart TVs. The family bathroom has a shower over the bath and there is a washer dryer in the cupboard. At the front of the property there is a small patio area with a small outdoor seating area and there is parking available for 1 car and a locked bike store.
    Ringwood high street is within walking distance, this historic town comprises of a rich mixture of architecture including buildings which are thatched, Georgian, modern, and historic buildings lining the streets. A stroll along west street will take you to the Jubilee Gardens with a millstream running through which once powered the corn mill. There is a variety of independent shops in Ringwood along with cafes and eateries. Ringwood Brewery is well worth a visit during your time here, and you can even book a tour to sample the local beers. Ringwood has a weekly market as well as several farm shops within driving distance for local produce. For walkers and cyclists, the Castleman trail is easily accessible from Bickerley Road, this follows the old train route between Dorchester and Southampton.
    For days out you must visit the New Forest with its free roaming horses, cattle and donkeys and an abundance of unique villages and pubs throughout. Moors Valley is fantastic for walking and cycling within the forest and you can even book an experience at Go Ape to climb among the treetops. There is the New Forest Water Park with a variety of water sports and a giant inflatable obstacle course on the water which is a fantastic day out. For fishing a day license can be purchased at the tackle shop for fishing on the River Avon with the chance to catch a variety of fish including Pike, Chub and Carp. The beaches of Southbourne and Avon Beach are within a half hour drive, with a mixture of sandy areas and pebbled area. Other nearby days out include Beaulieu Motor Museum, Liberty’s Owl and Reptile Centre, Dorset Heavy Horse Farm, Bolderwood Deer Sanctuary, and you can get a ferry to the Isle of Wight for a day trip! Lilypad provides the perfect home to base yourselves while exploring the nearby areas to make those memories on your holiday.
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  • Curly, HampshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    East Meon, England
    Rushmere Farm’s former pig shed’s have been tastefully converted into three beautiful properties, furnished simply and set in the South Downs National Park. Named after three of the most characterful occupants, Motley, Spot and Curly sleep three guests each with a sofa bed in the living area. A tranquil setting, beautiful views and plenty of outdoor space to explore perfect for couples or families. This truly rural escape offers spectacular views and a peaceful setting. See if you can spot the nearby deer that sometime can be seen foraging nearby or the woodpeckers swooping by.
    The property is located within the working organic family farm which is an Agrotourism retreat. Find out more about Rushmere Farm with a tour or you can even enquire about joining a woodworking workshop that takes place on the farm. There is also use of a pizza oven!
    Rushmere Farm is located in the village of Hambledon in the county of Hampshire in England, situated about 10 miles north of Portsmouth. Hambledon is best known as the ’Cradle of Cricket’. It is thought that Hambledon Club, one of the oldest cricket clubs known, was formed about 1750.
    There are many wonderful footpaths and bridle paths nearby, including some that radiate from the farm, and just 13 miles away are the sea and the coastlines of Hampshire and West Sussex – including picturesque Chichester Harbour. Easy touring to stately homes at Beaulieu and Broadlands, and gardens at Exbury. Wonderful days out to Marwell Zoo, Paultons Park The World of Peppa Pig and Stanton Country Park. Other attractions include Butser Ancient Farm and the National Trust properties and gardens of Up Park and Hinton Ampner. Golf courses can also be found within easy reach.
    Portsmouth (13 miles) boasts Nelson’s Victory, the Mary Rose, a wide range of amenities, a harbour and ferries to the Isle of Wight plus outlet shopping, waterside eateries and home to the Spinnaker Tower. London is about an hour by train from nearby Petersfield. Pub within a mile. Beach 14¼ miles.
    Spot (ref UK36963), Motley (ref UK36962) and Curley (ref UK36964) can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.
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  • Watersedge House, HampshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Hayling Island, England
    Watersedge House is luxury beach front property and is literally a stone’s throw from the kitchen window to the sea, offering direct access to the beach and breathtakingly beautiful views.

    Spread across three floors, this large coastal house caters for 12 guests within the 5 bedrooms. Beautifully designed with a social able open plan kitchen, dining room and living area that looks directly across the beach along with a private driveway offers parking for up to 4 cars.

    Externally Watersedge House is equally as spectacular with a large sun terrace, a second-floor large balcony with outdoor seating perfect for sunbathing, that is accessed through a bedroom brilliantly designed as a TV snug - allowing you to be sat near the children whilst enjoying a sip of coffee, relaxing and watching the sea and clouds go by.

    Positioned on the top floor, is a further balcony off the master bedroom. Wake up to the sound of the waves and unspoilt views of the beautiful sea and coastline. This large master bedroom not only boasts stunning views that will having you sitting and enjoying for hours but also a king-size bed, large en-suite with shower and vanity area plus a sofa to snuggle on, that can be used as an additional bed.

    After a day on the beach and swimming in the sea, wash away the sand in the downstairs shower. The ground floor features a double bedroom and a further cloakroom toilet.

    Hayling Island, is one of Hampshire’s best loved places for a family escape there really is something for everyone. The Hayling Billy Coastal Path used by walkers, cyclists and horse riders is along the bed of an old railway line between Havant and Hayling Island. Further along the coast is Funland Amusement Park, the Seaside Railway plus beach front restaurants.

    Windsurfing was invented on Hayling Island, and it is also renowned for its great sailing and nautical activity including kayaking, power boating, jet ski-ing, kitesurfing and water boarding. Windsurfing and paddle board lessons are available in the town. There is also the sailing club, golf course, tea rooms, bakery and typical seaside shops.

    Further afield Visit Portsmouth with waterside dining, ferry trips to the Isle of Wight, designer outlets, Natural History Museum, Spinnaker Tower, and the HMS Victor. For Family days out try Stanton Country Park, Paulton Park The Home of Peppa Pig and South Downs Planetarium and Science Centre.
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  • The Old Moat Lane Station, HampshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    In the picturesque Welsh Village of Caersws, The Old Moat Lane Station is a lovingly renovated former agricultural building, now available to rent as a self-catering property for up to ten guests. Boasting high ceilings, a spacious courtyard and garden, and ultra-modern amenities throughout, The Old Moat Lane Station is the perfect holiday cottage for families, pairs of couples, and any other group looking to take in the rugged beauty of this part of Mid Wales. The Old Moat Lane Station is a handsome contemporary property which enjoys rural views throughout.
    The main living space is an open plan living room with high ceilings, soft furniture, and a pleasing contemporary décor, where guests often tend to congregate in front of the Netflix-enabled Smart TV or peer out of folding doors onto the outdoor patio space. Like the kitchen, this space benefits from underfloor heating throughout. On the same level, the kitchen is kitted out with everything you need to prepare meals for the loved ones who you are sharing the house with, as well as a smart television and your own coffee machine, plus a dishwasher. The dining area is also integrated in this large open space, to enjoy meals, or a great spot to share a few beers and relax at the end of the day. On the same floor the cottage benefits from a double bedroom, with a double bed. There is also a wet room next door with underfloor heating. The remaining four bedrooms are located on the first floor, a double room with two single beds and smart tv with the family bathroom next door and an ultra-lush slipper bathtub. The second bedroom being the master with king size bed, and ensuite featuring a walk-in rain shower. The remaining two bedrooms are doubles both with double beds, one with an ensuite shower room. All four bedrooms, benefit from tons of natural light giving an airy feel with fantastic views of the countryside. Outside a spacious lawn is great for romping around, plus a patio with garden furniture for enjoying a glass of wine, and a BBQ or simply watching the sun set over the distant hills.
    With uninterrupted rolling greenery stretching into the distance, this is a dreamy spot to spend downtime alone or with friends and family. Popular with families and friends, older parties and younger pairs of couples, this is a versatile house which is well equipped to cater for keen ramblers hoping to explore the Welsh hills, families hoping to enjoy some relaxation and downtime and explore the surrounding areas. You are just down the road from the owner’s farm Porth Farm. Porth Farm is a picturesque Farm with a Sunflower area, Maize Maze, a farm walk, and a PYO Pumpkin field which is open in October. This is a great way to occupy the children and see how a real farm operates. The owners have big plans to expand and create a farm shop and café for guests to visit coming soon…
    Situated on the banks of the Severn between Llanidloes and Newtown, Caersws is the perfect location to stay and explore mid Wales from Powysland Museum in Welshpool to Treasure trails, scenic rail tours, castles, and many cycle routes there is so much to see and do. There is a village pub, supermarket, local shops and takeaway restaurants all within proximity. Choose to stay at The old Moat Lane Station and enjoy all that this part of mid Wales has to offer.
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  • Forest Acorn, HampshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Brockenhurst, England
    Forest Acorn is brand new contemporary interior designed luxury first floor apartment with a definite ’forestry feel’ exterior, accessed by a lift and stairs, right in the heart of the bustling village of Brockenhurst were you will find ponies, donkeys and cows roam free in an old world setting full of charm.
    This pet friendly, two-bedroom apartment features open plan living space with an extremely modern brand-new kitchen which is well equipped with Neff appliances for all your dining needs, comfortable seating, and Smart 50" TV. The dining table is made from solid oak from the New Forest. The property features a kingsize room with Hypnos bed and twin bedroom room again with Hypnos single beds, perfect for a family of four, both with quality, Morris and Co bed linen. Outside are two allocated parking spaces and cycle racks, and the apartment also benefits from a balcony with seating for two. Forest Acorn is within walking distance of many local amenities and is within a 10-minute walk of the local railway station with frequent services to Bournemouth, Southampton and London Waterloo. During the last week of July there is an annual spectacle and celebration of forest life, the New Forest County Show. The local area is home to ponies, donkeys, and cattle – all of which are known to roam the main street in Brockenhurst. There is a pretty picnic and shallow water swimming spot on the river at Balmer Lawn.
    For those keen on walking and cycling (there is a cycle hire shop locally which has a large range of bikes, electric bikes, tandems, and children’s seats), Forest Acorn is ideally situated, being surrounded by ancient woods and heathland. There are cafés, tea houses, friendly pubs and restaurants serving great food as well as Italian, Thai and Chinese restaurants within easy walking distance, and a good fish and chip shop nearby too. Locally there is a hotel with luxury spa, horse riding and golf just a short drive away. You can even explore the New Forest on a double decker bus for a bird’s-eye view of this national park.
    Discover some of the quaint villages, towns, attractions, and gardens nearby such as Lyndhurst, the sailing town of Lymington which is just a 20-minute drive and offers ferry trips to the Isle of Wight, Beaulieu Motor Museum, Exbury Gardens and the riverside village of Bucklers Hard. The county of Hampshire itself was enjoyed by Jane Austen, with her house and museum in Chawton and her resting place in Winchester Cathedral. Further afield, but well worth a visit, is Monkey World and the Tank Museum near Wool, Marwell Zoo, Peppa Pig World, Stonehenge, The Owl and Otter Park and nautical maritime museum at Southampton.
    The coastline with its beaches at Milford on Sea and Barton on Sea are close by, with Bournemouth and Poole within a short drive to enjoy popular activities such as windsurfing, boating and swimming. Explore the unspoilt countryside of Dorset or the famous World Heritage Jurassic Coast, from West Bay, Bridport and on to Weymouth, with its superb scenery and coastal walking. Beach 8 miles.
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