Dog Friendly Hotels
Dogs are a man’s best friend right? Well when you go away on your holiday and have to leave him behind in a solitary kennel, you would want your best friend with you wouldn’t you? With some of our hotels allowing dogs free roam in their acres of grounds, hotel and bedrooms you can now take your best friend with you to enjoy some of the amazing sights and walks around the local areas that you will love and they are sure to love too.
So where are these dog friendly hotels?
The Derwentwater Hotel in Keswick, The Lake District
This hotel is set in 18 aces of picturesque grounds offering superb views of the fells and Lake Derwent. Talking of the Lake if you walk out of the hotel within 2 minutes you can be at the lakeside. Whilst at the hotel your dog or dogs are permitted in any of our rooms types and there is a small fee for bringing your dog.
So where can you take your dog for a walk? Well luckily around The Lake District and Keswick there are plenty of places, a good website to look at is: www.where2walk.co.uk, the website shows a vast variety of walks for all abilities.
The George Hotel in Chollerford, Northumberland
This hotel is set in a picture postcard position, right on the Banks of the North Tyne River. When staying with us on dinner, bed and breakfast or bed and breakfast board basis you can enjoy river views from our restaurant, bar and view rooms. Dogs are allowed in our standard rooms and there is a small fee.
Around the hotel there are plenty of places to take your dog including walking the banks of the river, if you are looking for some ideas as to where to walk to a good website is: www.walkinginnorthumberland.co.uk. Most of our guests staying at the hotel come to walk Hadrian’s Wall where dogs are allowed to walk with you.
If you want to book one of these dog friendly hotels the best thing to do is book online and when you have your booking confirmation, ring up the hotel and let them know you want to bring a dog.
Have you ever been on holiday with your dog before if so what was the most rewarding and challenging aspect of taking your dog with you?