With so many travel and accommodation options nowadays for your dog, there is no longer an excuse to leave your furry friend behind the next time you go away. In fact, there are some great spots across the UK that both and your pooch can enjoy.
Cornwall has a plethora of open spaces for your dog to run wild, meaning you can thoroughly enjoy a trip with your dog. Perranporth Beach is doggy heaven, with miles of open space for your pet pooch to really stretch their legs. Sand dunes and plenty of bathing areas mean your dog will have a great time. There are a wide range of things for you to enjoy as well; relax and soak up the sun or hire a surfboard and brave the chilly Cornish waters. A wide range of dog friendly accommodation means you won’t struggle to find a place to stay either.
Another great county offering plenty of things to do and places to stay for your four-legged friend, Wiltshire is a dog paradise. Enjoy long walks Wiltshire’s 8,200+ footpaths and stroll alongside the Kennet and Avon canal which crosses through the county. Take your companion to some of the prettiest villages including Lacock and Castle Combe. After a long day’s adventure, you can relax in the large offering of accommodation for dogs throughout the county. From farmhouse cottages to luxury five-star hotels, you can find somewhere both you and your dog will enjoy.
Take your pooch to the beautiful county of Northumberland and you won’t be disappointed. Miles of stunning beaches will leave both you and your best friends tired at the end of the day. Luckily, there is a great range of dog friendly accommodation for you and your dog to relax before the next day of exploring. One of the best beaches is overlooked by Bamburgh Castle, which has stood tall over the beach for 1,500 years. A long day can be rounded off with a hearty meal in a local pub, most of which accept dogs with open arms. This is another great county to visit with your pet.
While dinosaurs may have been found along the Jurassic Coast millions of years ago, it’ll be your dog enjoying it the most in this day and age. Great walks and fantastic open spaces make this a wonderful holiday spot for you and your four-legged friend. Head to Durdle Door Beach to experience the best the coast has to offer. This dog-friendly spot is great all year round. Quaint towns throughout the county provide dog friendly accommodation and plenty of dog-friendly pubs and eateries, meaning both you and your pooch can enjoy the best this county has to offer.
Throughout the UK there are many more places where you can take dog on holiday. With so much to choose from, what are you waiting for? Start exploring today!
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