Dog Friendly Pubs with Rooms West Sussex
Planning a rural escape to the rolling hills of the South Downs? Or want a seaside getaway with your furry friend? West Sussex makes a fabulous location for a dog-friendly holiday and you won't be short of luxury hotels to choose from for a pawsome break.
- Nr. Horsham, England
Dog-friendly South Lodge is a five-star luxury country house in Horsham, West Sussex, making it just an hour from central London, bordering the beautiful South Downs National Park.£715Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Climping, England
Set in glorious parkland, this 1920s mock-medieval spa hotel has a captivating charm and is wonderfully positioned just a five-minute walk away from Climping Beach.£345Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Bognor Regis, England
Granting you direct access to the stunning seaside, the dog-friendly beach huts at The Beachcroft Hotel couldn’t be more perfectly placed for a coastal getaway in West Sussex.£353Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Bognor Regis, England
The dog-welcoming Beachcroft Hotel is right on a year round dog-friendly beach In the Beautiful South Downs of West Sussex.£181Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Walberton, England
The dog-friendly Avisford Park Hotel is a quintessential Georgian manor house set on 89 acres of beautiful Sussex parkland between historic Chichester and Arundel.£170Price per night from
- East-Grinstead, England
Dating back to the 17th century, dog-friendly Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa in West Sussex lies in the most picturesque, pooch-friendly setting you could imagine.£607Price per night from
- Chichester, England
These dog-friendly beachside chalets are set in a stunning location on the West Sussex coastline, close to The Witterings, the South Downs National Park and the delights of Chichester.£155Price per night from
- EnglandDating back to the 1600s, The Old Dairy justifies its name. However, it has been beautifully renovated to a high specification with modern and luxurious touches throughout, and is now a wonderful self-catering cottage for two in the heart of the West Sussex countryside.
The kitchen has been cleverly designed with a large hatch overlooking the sitting room area, the perfect way to both show off your culinary skills and enjoy the warmth of the log burner roaring away in the corner. The conservatory provides a lovely sunny room to dine or doze in on a warm summer’s day, with gorgeous views over the paddocks. After dinner you can curl up, open a book or simply enjoy each other’s company in this relaxed country retreat. If you would like use of a freestanding fridge/freezer please advise before you arrive so access to it can be organised.
Why not bring your horses? This cottage benefits from its own stabling on site and, what’s more, the conservatory looks out over the paddocks where your horses can graze. Equestrian facilities are on offer for up to 3 horses (by prior arrangement at an additional cost): DIY livery including stabling, grazing paddocks, a lockable tack room and large lorry / horsebox parking on site. Centrally located for all things equestrian: hunts, several competition centres such as Coombelands,Hickstead, Goodwoord, polo clubs (Cowdray, Knepp and Hurtwood), flat racing, point to points at Parham or just hacks (including on the beach). You can explore the countryside on horseback as well as walking and/or cycling in the area.
Why not head out in the morning and return for an invigorating shower in the stunning white-tiled wet room, or take a picnic and wander into the evening skies to watch the sunset with a cold bottle of bubbles. Either way, a wonderful holiday experience in this quiet part of rural Sussex.£105Price per night from
- Chichester, EnglandAt the foot of Older Hill, half a mile down an unamde lane, and set amongst the flora and fauna of Woolbeding Common, Swallows Bottom is an 18th-century rural cottage that’s been updated and modernised for adventurers of all ages.
Surrounded on three sides by a National Trust-owned common, within the South Downs National Park, there is a mix of heathland and woodland, streams and footpaths to explore on your doorstep. The cottage itself is a historic countryside farming house with rustic yet modernised interior including a spacious kitchen with an electric Aga and a cosy wood burner.
The living room includes a second wood burner. It’s the perfect sanctuary for relaxation after a busy day exploring in the woods or swimming in the pool. As well as the Smart TV, there’s a ceiling-mounted projector and popcorn maker for fun cinema nights in. Upstairs there are four bedrooms - one with bunk beds ideal for the younger ones, and a family bathroom.
At the top of the garden is the pool area which includes a large studio that sleeps an extra two. The studio includes its own kitchenette and bathroom. The studio is adjacent to the heated pool (available May 23rd to Sept 12th). Next to the pool and studio is a raised decked area and rattan furniture that’s perfect for summer entertaining - a real sun trap late into the evening that feels more like the south of France on a hot summer’s day. The pool is set up for fun and games, with a slide and a Fastlane current system that jets water to mimic the flow of a river – great for kids and fantastic exercise for adults.
What truly makes Swallows Bottom unique is its tucked-away position with miles of footpaths in every direction. There are woodland and heathland to explore on its doorstep, and sparkling streams and ponds all around.
Waiting to be discovered in the woods is the original spring, where Swallows Bottom used to source its water, a woodland campsite with a parachute cover. Further afield, you will discover the cows that graze the heathland. For wildlife lovers, there are bats and badgers, owls and foxes, deer and buzzards – and swallows of course.
Swallows Bottom is an amazing location for creating your own adventures and treasured memories.£296Price per night from
- Chichester, EnglandA sumptuous four bedroom country house offering spectacular views, set high in the hills of the South Downs near Chichester. Offering first class facilities, including a swimming pool, tennis court and hot tub, this is a luxury holiday home for extended families and responsible discerning groups. Telegraph House is one in a line of Admiralty semaphore stations built in the early 1800’s to serve as a communication link between London and Portsmouth. Standing as one of the few remaining sites and following a premium renovation, it has opened its doors as a totally unique rural retreat.
Through the grand entrance hall and into the heart of the house, the elegant drawing room is spacious and bright with high ceilings and a refined co-ordinated colour palette. Two open side rooms provide additional spaces for convivial catch-ups over matters of great importance and perhaps a glass of something special. Doors from both the drawing room and hall lead into the vast kitchen/dining room which is well equipped with a full set of appliances. The ground floor presents three of the four kingsize double bedrooms and a family. Upstairs there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, and a window seat revealing wonderful long-range views over Sussex Hampshire, the coastline and all the way to the Isle of Wight on a clear day. Outside there are extensive beautiful gardens with mature trees, secluded corners and romantic spots to admire the panoramic views. The fantastic range of outdoor recreation includes a relaxing 3-seater hot tub, an outdoor swimming pool area and lawn tennis court beyond.
Telegraph House is situated in the heart of the South Downs National Park, with bridleways and footpaths on the doorstep, and surrounded by charming hamlets and villages. Compton is a traditional Sussex village centred around a small square with a lovely pub shop and tea rooms. The wonderful National Trust property Uppark House and Gardens can be seen from the house and is a 5-minute drive from Compton. The picturesque town of Petersfield is just 9 miles away; this ancient market town was originally built as a Norman ’new town’ at the end of the 11th century. The main square provides an attractive focal point providing the perfect venue for the traditional market every Saturday and Wednesday.
Chichester, Chichester Harbour and Goodwood are all around 10 miles away. The city centre is neatly enclosed within the ancient but fantastically preserved Roman city walls with broad streets that are packed with listed buildings. It is a cosmopolitan, vibrant and friendly city proudly combining 2000 years of heritage, with a lively lifestyle headed by the towering presence of the cathedral. For some classically British pastimes, the famous Goodwood Estate offers a range of activities including a championship golf course, the motor circuit, racecourse and aerodrome.
For days out for a beach trip, look no further than West Wittering’s famous sands (it gets very busy in summer!). A little further afield, and Portsmouth is famous as the home of HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and also the Mary Rose. The historic dockyard sits right next to Gunwharf Quays and the Spinnaker Tower, which offer spectacular views over Portsmouth and the Solent. Beach 13½ miles.£566Price per night from