7 Best Pet Friendly Hotels in the UK

7 Best Pet Friendly Hotels in the UK
September 5, 2018 Felicity Anderson

A cat looking up at the camera with its chin on a photo of a holiday

As a nation of dog lovers, it’s hardly surprising that there’s plenty of pet friendly hotels in the UK.

Fancy treating yourself to a luxurious getaway but don’t want the expense or hassle of putting your pet in kennels? Worry not as there are plenty of beautiful hotels to choose from that welcome dogs, wherever you want to stay.

Continue reading for seven of the best pet friendly hotels in the UK

Pet friendly hotels in the UK

Proving that you don’t have to sacrifice your surroundings for the pleasure of taking your pet on holiday, here we look at some of the top-rated hotels across the country, that are happy to welcome your canine companion.

Offering everything from special doggy menus to welcome treats and dog beds, most hotels charge a small amount for canine guests, usually around £10.

#1 The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa

Located near Bolton Abbey, both humans and dogs are guaranteed to have a wonderful time at this hotel, built in the 17th century as a coaching inn.

There’s four-poster beds, incredible views and a wonderful spa for you, while your dog will be treated to their very own dog bed, water bowl and selection of treats upon arrival.

Rooms cost from £131 per night, with a £10 charge for dogs.

#2  George and Dragon

A super cosy gastropub with rooms, George and Dragon is known for its excellent home-grown grub.

Located on the edge of the Lake District, it’s also perfect for daytime walkies with your furry friend.  Upon arrival, dogs are met with a toy, treats, bowl, blanket and map of local walks.

Rooms from £90 per night, with a £10 charge for dogs.

#3 Trigony House Hotel & Garden Spa

Located in a beautiful Spot in Scotland’s Dumfries and Galloway countryside, this is a family run hotel perfect for people and their pets.

Named one of the best dog-friendly hotels in the UK, dog beds, bowls and towels are provided, and dogs receive a complimentary sausage at breakfast, alongside a welcome box of gourmet treats on arrival.

Rooms cost from £94 per night, with a charge of £9.50 for dogs.

#4 Kylesku Hotel: a Scotish Pet friendly hotels

Two dogs in hammok

Voted one of Scotland’s best hotels, Kylesku Hotel is a perfect spot for both humans and their pets alike.

Offering plush accommodation and fantastic views across Loch Glendhu, you can also expect delicious local seafood and warm Scottish hospitality.

With plenty of outdoor activities on offer too, this is the perfect place for a doggie staycation.

Rooms from £110 per night.

#5 Hare and Hounds Hotel

Located in the beautiful Cotswolds, the Hare and Hounds hotel is perfect for you and your hounds too.

A stylish hotel with plenty of space for excitable pups, there’s a special doggy menu at the bar and enormous grounds including terraces for eating outdoors and a huge lawn dotted with deck chairs when the weather is nice.

Rooms from £90 per night, with a £15 charge for dogs.

#6 The Feathers Hotel

One of the best value hotels in our roundup of pet friendly places, the Feather Hotel in Herefordshire boasts heaps of rustic charm.

With real fireplaces, perfect for drying off after walkies, pets here stay free and a welcome pack of food can be arranged for the first night.

Dogs are allowed in the bar, lounge and garden, and there are lots of lovely walks locally, in open countryside and woods.

Rooms from £59 per night.

#7 Soar Mill Cove

A Devon delight for doggies, Soar Mill Cove boasts its own beach plus it’s a short walk from the well-known South West Coast Path – all perfect for stretching human legs and dog ones too.

If bad weather strikes then there’s still plenty to do at the hotel, which has a spa, indoor pool and games room.

A small kitchenette is provided for making dog meals and dogs are welcome in most parts of the hotel, including one of the restaurants, and on the beach all year round.

Rooms from £166 per night, with a £10 charge for dogs.


Given that there are so many pet friendly hotels around for you to choose from, it may be time to start taking your furry friend on holiday with you more often. Why not? Even your pet needs a break every now and again.

A long image of a cat looking expectantly up at the camera while resting on a holiday photo.