Most Pet-Friendly Holidays – Friday 8th April 2022

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Most Pet-Friendly Holidays

We have been sent some information on the most pet-friendly holidays in the UK by the lovely people at Stelrad. We’ve had a look and we like the way they’ve compiled their list. They have looked at which locations have received the highest level of average rating from multiple reviews on Google. We have had a look at all of them and I have to say they look totally pawsome. What we’ve done is gone through the list of ten that they’ve sent us and included links to each of them so you can find them easily. So here they are Stelrad’s top ten UK Most Pet-Friendly Holiday stays.

Scoring an amazing 5 out of 5

Rosehill Lodges, Cornwall

This manages to score a full 5 out of five which is very good whichever way you look at it. The lodges look amazing and I have to say the Cornish beaches look perfect. I’ve asked Mum if we can go and whether this time I can have my own bucket – I don’t need a spade for digging, I’m quite good at that.

Located in Cornwall and situated in the woodlands Rosehill Lodges are minutes walk to the local village and the South West Coast Path. The hotel has rated 5* Google review ratings and is a luxury pet-friendly lodge. For an ultimate holiday experience, Rosehill offers luxury self-catering lodges in Cornwall, with hot tubs, log burners, grass roofs and Wi-Fi. 

Scoring 4.9 out of 5

Haven Hall Hotel, Isle of Wight

This is on the Isle of Wight. It’s a hotel rather than self-catering, so you won’t have to rely on your human’s cooking skills. Again the beaches look good. Mum hasn’t been to the Isle of Wight so I’m trying to convince her to go here too.

Haven Hall Hotel in the Isle of Wight is set on 2 acres along the English Channel and is a 1908 Edwardian country house. The elegant, antiques-filled rooms offer smart TVs and Wi-Fi, as well as minifridges, tea and coffee making facilities, and channel views. Not to mention a free breakfast and pets are allowed!

Beautiful Lake

Brompton Lakes, North Yorkshire

These are lodges again, but you wouldn’t know that to look at the insides. They are pretty special. If you fancy a lovely time walking they are perfectly placed for the North Yorkshire Dales. As the name suggests these are centred around a large lake.

Black Hall Lodges

These are lodges too. They are in Shropshire. These are only pet friendly this year, so if you want to stay there you will need to get in quickly. It’s very sad that they are stopping accepting four-legged companions and you may decide on that basis you’d rather not give them your custom.

This family-run business is located just a mile from Offas’s Dyke. The pet-friendly resort offers informal wood cabins with kitchens & hot tubs, plus an indoor pool.

Ancient Hotel

Stone House Hotel, North Yorkshire

This is a hotel. It is in the middle of the Yorkshire Dales so very well placed for beautiful countryside and lots and lots of walking. Your humans can even have a four-poster bed. Sadly I don’t think you can.

The Cotford Hotel, Malvern

Your human can have a four-poster bed here too. Mum says she hasn’t been to the Malvern hills since she was about 20, which is a very long time ago. I think that is a good reason we should go there to have a walk soon. It’s not that far from where we live though, so we wouldn’t have to stay.

A City Break

Staybridge Suites, Dundee

This is one for the more townie dogs among you. Of course, there’s lovely countryside around, but the hotel itself is in the city, which I know will put some of you off. If you’re looking for a city break with a touch of luxury then this might be the one for you.

Shepherd’s Huts

Old Oaks Touring Caravan Park and Campsite, Glastonbury

Oh I like the look of this. There are lodges, shepherds huts, glamping and camping. If you want somewhere nice and relaxed in a great location this could be the one for you.

Old Oaks Touring caravan park & campsite located in Glastonbury is a proud winner of the AA platinum reward best adult site 2020. The campsite is adult only but you can still bring along your pets to enjoy the 5-star facilities in an outstanding environment. Set in the Somerset countryside with spacious landscaped pitches, stunning views and spotless facilities it is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

The Shoulder of Mutton Inn, Staffordshire

This is in a place with the wonderful name of Hamstall Ridware. It looks very special and people who have reviewed it say some wonderful things about the food too. It’s well placed for Cannock amongst other places and I can tell you that’s great for dogs from personal experience.

The Shoulder of Mutton Inn was built in 1826 and is a traditional country pub that offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a garden. The inn allows pets as well as family rooms with complimentary full English when staying!

South of England

Concierge Camping, Chichester

These are lodges and camping in the south of England. The countryside where it’s set looks amazing and from a dog’s point of view, what more can you ask for. Mum says the accommodation looks pretty good too.

Thank you Stelrad for putting that together for us. And to all our doggy friends, please if you stay in any of them then let us know and send us your pictures and what you think of them all.



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