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In addition to a ‘Dog Hall of Fame’ on the website, where you can send in a photo of your satisfied mutt lounging in the bar, this village inn makes a fuss of guest pooches with beds and Welly-bix treats. There is also a drying area and there are no extra charges.
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Snoopy not only has a comfy bed and treats here but can also enjoy a doggy afternoon tea, with a tennis ball to take home, wet food, organic dog biscuits and puppichino. Or splash out with a bottle of Pawsecco, a healthy drink for pets.
Six dog-friendly rooms, with French doors leading on to the garden or a terrace, plus towels, blanket, treats and a doggy dining menu, means pets should enjoy their stay here just as much as you do. There is a charge of £20 per night.
A dog welcome box (mat, bowl, towel, lead, treats, poo bags), cooked sausage at breakfast, great local walks on the doorstep and no supplementary charge make this
a perennial favourite with Guide hounds.
Dogs are allowed in all the public rooms except the restaurant at this grand, family- owned Georgian house. Book a ‘Dog Lovers’ package, which includes a treat box and your pet’s photo on the hotel’s Facebook page. Fame for Fido at last.
A £10 fee entitles four-legged guests to the BowWOW service – personalised pampering that includes bedding, towels, washing facilities (with warm water, mind), mats and cushions. They are allowed in one part of the restaurant, where a ‘three-bark’ rule applies.
This gregarious pub has always welcomed dogs in all areas except the dining room. Now two refurbished garden-access rooms, with a special welcome pack for mutts, have been designed to appeal particularly to pet owners and families.
There are no fees for pets at this Cornish pub-with-rooms that welcomes dogs as much as their owners. It has restaurant tables where Fido can sit with you, and rooms with doggy biscuits, blanket, bowls and towels.
A Cornish beach on the doorstep, a blanket, bowl, feeding mat and doggy treat, sausage breakfast and chicken dinner – what more could your beloved best friend wish for? They can also join you for a meal in the conservatory.
As if staying on Lord Montagu’s Beaulieu Estate were not enough of a treat for Bonzo, he also has his own bed, bowls, treats and a delicious Doggy Room Service menu. And he can join you for dinner in the Yachtsman’s Bar.
Widbrook Grange - 'Escape to the Cotswolds' Special Offer
Dog-friendly rooms have garden access at this farmhouse turned hotel (dog bed provided). Fido can join you as you chow down in the conservatory. Doggy afternooon tea brings wet food, organic biscuits and puppichino. They’ll even throw in a tennis ball.
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Harvey the spaniel welcomes canine company at this cosy, beamed village pub. Winnie the Pooh’s Ashdown Forest offers great walking, and when it’s time for a little something there are dog-friendly tables in the bar.
The Castle Hotel is a truly dog-friendly establishment, with walks in The Shropshire Hills AONB suitable for all dogs (and humans) starting from the front door of this 18th-century hotel. A “Dog Welcome” pack is provided for every dog including feeding trays, bowls, leads and towels all at no charge, plus refrigerator space if needed. You can eat with your canine companion in any of the bar areas at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The Dog at Wingham - Dinner, Bed and Breakfast Special Offer
It would be a funny kind of Dog that sniffed at canine guests, and your four- legged friend is positively welcomed in all areas of this pub/restaurant-with-rooms, where biscuits and water bowls await in the bar; £25 per stay.
A wee sausage at breakfast and a cosy fireside cushion await canine guests at this remote hotel in a vast moorland landscape. A hose pipe and towels are provided for muddy paws, and no area is off limits, but dogs must be on a lead around wildlife.
Pooches and their people can dine together from separate menus at this Italianate villa. A blanket, water bowl and treats are provided on arrival, and Freya the husky can advise on great doggy days out. £10 per
dog a night.
You don’t have to be a sausage dog to qualify for a breakfast banger and chicken dinner at this cliff-top hotel. You’re welcome (accompanied) on the beach, in the brasserie or on the terrace; you can borrow a blanket, shower under a tap; £12.50 a day.
You can dine with your dog in the bistro at this 18th-century manor on Dartmoor (up to two stay free; £15 for each extra dog). Bowls, fridge and treats are provided, with outside tap, bucket, sponge and towels for mucky pups; grooming by arrangement.
Canine guests are welcomed with their own bed and ‘plenty of fuss’ at this historic hotel. Most bedrooms and the bar are dog friendly. The beach is nearby. Ask advice on the best walks. A ‘small additional fee’ applies.
There are six dog-friendly rooms at this fabulous hotel in 43 acres of wooded grounds. A bed, bowls, water, food and treats are supplied to pups prepared to mind their Ps and Qs. Maximum two at £25 per dog per night (assistance dogs stay free).
Lords of the Manor - One Night Complimentary Special Offer
Home-baked biscuits, blankets, treats, toys and acres of grounds await lucky mutts at this smart hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds. Pampered pooches are allowed in public rooms (not the dining room) and in specially prepared bedrooms for £30 a night.
The Traddock - Winter Fireside Warmer Special Offer
Dog-owners can choose any room or suite for £5 a dog-night (maximum two), and eat in the bar, at this hotel in the Yorkshire Dales. In prime walking country, it has washing facilities for when you return after mud larks.
A mat, bowl, towel, lead and treats are all provided at this town hotel amid great walking country. You can eat in the dog- friendly bar and use the large garden free of charge (but no dips in the pond, please).
Trigony House - 2 & 3 night dinner bed and breakfast breaks Special Offer
Walkies start at the door of this former sporting lodge, where dogs enjoy gourmet treats and have access to house and grounds. A free bed, towels, bowls and breakfast sausage are offered. Extras include a dog-sitter and spa therapies.
It costs just £2 a night for a dog to stay at this friendly seafront hotel. The restaurant and (in summer) the main beach are out of bounds, but bounding is allowed on nearby beaches. You can eat together in the bar, the conservatory or alfresco.
It was puppy love for a furry guest this year at this Welsh dining pub, where dogs are greeted with treats and allowed in the bar or under one restaurant table. Resident dogs Max and Lottie enjoy a game; maps are available for walks.
Dogs (maximum two) stay free in any bedroom and have the run of this remote hotel surrounded by romantic wilderness. There is a hose pipe for mucky pups, towels for soggy dogs, cushions by the fire, a sausage for breakfast.
Most rooms are dog-friendly at this fun hotel between beach and countryside. You can dine with your canine companion in the brasserie or on the terrace. A £12.50 nightly charge includes a banger for breakfast and a chicken dinner.
With Dartmoor on the doorstep, treats, bowls, towels, outside tap and more, dogs enjoy a princely welcome at this manor- house hotel. Dogs are allowed in the bistro, and up to two stay free (£15 for a three-dog night
Your four-legged friend is allowed even in the dining room at this relaxed, happy place on the North Wessex Downs. Water bowls, luxury dog food and chews are provided. Just don’t let dogs worry the resident Jacob’s sheep.
People get hooked on Adam Fox-Edwards’s country sports hotel close to Dartmoor, with its tackle shop in an original cock-fighting pit, ghillies for hire, and 20 miles of fishing on the Tamar and tributaries.
The Pear Tree at Purton closed down on January 2nd, 2018. It has had an entry in the Guide for many years. Anne Young, the owner, who has retired after more than 30 years helping customers, says: ‘making happy memories for guests has been a pleasure.’
As you approach this glorious Italianate Thames-side summer palace designed by Charles Barry and set in 376 acres of National Trust grounds, it ‘feels as if you are on the film set of Pride and Prejudice’, says a Guide insider (see also Chewton Glen, New Milton).
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