Category : Dog Friendly Attractions

Great Doggie Days Out In The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds is incredibly dog friendly which is hardly surprising considering it is one of England’s most rural regions. A vast outdoor playground with miles of tracks, trails and footpaths across its rolling countryside, this beautiful region is a walkers paradise and an ideal holiday destination for dog owners. Peppered with honey-coloured villages and ancient […]

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Somerset: A Dog Friendly Holiday Destination

Old black Labrador standing in the heather on Exmoor with far reaching views behind

It’s hard not to fall in love with Somerset. The lush rolling pastures, traditional villages and towns and geographical marvels such as the Cheddar Gorge have been inspiring artists and poets for hundreds of years. The Mendip, Quantock, and Blackdown Hills – all of which are designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) – are […]

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Herefordshire’s Top Dog-friendly Attractions For Your Holiday

The wide open spaces, stunning scenery and mixture of woodlands, rivers and fields makes Herefordshire a perfect place to take your dog on holiday. Enjoy rambling down country lanes, strolling alongside the River Wye, or tackling the challenging Offa’s Dyke path. Historians will be spoilt for choice with prehistoric settlements, medieval market towns and a […]

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Best Dog Friendly Attractions in the Lake District

The Lake District is one of Britain’s finest treasures. The combination of the breath-taking mountains and beautiful lakes makes it the perfect spot to either unwind and relax in the stunning scenery or challenge yourself to an adventure. Climb to the summit of the highest peak in England. Take a leisurely stroll through ancient forests. […]

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Dog Friendly Attractions in Devon

Beagle dog running along the beach with children playing in the water in the background

Devon is renowned for giving a warm West Country welcome to all its visitors, whether on two legs or four. Many dog owners visit Devon just for the wonderful walks alone. Try fossil hunting on the Jurassic coastline, brace the elements on Dartmoor, hike through the heather on Exmoor or spot the wildlife in the tranquil valleys of […]

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Dog-Friendly Attractions in Cornwall

White terrier laying on a sunbed with river and sail boats in background

Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday destinations for dog owners, with thousands of holidaymakers and their beloved pets coming back year after year. There are so many reasons why this is the perfect holiday destination for dog owners; from the dozens of dog-friendly attractions to over 400 accessible beaches. Not to mention the […]

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Dog-friendly attractions in Exmoor

Spaniel dog running in flower meadow

If you are looking for a holiday that involves your four legged family members, then Exmoor is a great choice. You will find hundreds of miles of footpaths running through the National Park and along the coast making it easy to explore this vast and varying landscape. Immerse yourself in a bit of history, ride […]

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