11 summer getaways for you and your dog (that you’ll want to book right now)

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It’s July already, how and when did that happen? We’re running out of summer months in which to plan a holiday for and if you’re still waiting to book yours, what are you waiting for? Life is busy, so we’ve done all the work for you and found 11 perfect summer getaways from our friends at PetsPyjamas, that we’re sure you’ll want to book right away.

 

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The Bridge House is a country-chic, luxury bed and breakfast destination beautifully located on the River Wye next to Wilton Bridge. A few minutes’ walk along the river with your dog in tow, takes you to the small market town of Ross-on-Wye.

 

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A Grade II listed Georgian inn, The Dundas Arms is a picturesque country pub with rooms situated in the stunning village of Kintbury, West Berkshire. With picture postcard countryside, it’s perfect for country walks or strolling with your dog along the towpath by the canal.

 

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Recently refurbished, this 300-year-old pub is now a gorgeous dog-friendly country inn. With comfy rooms, a picture-window restaurant and lots of country charm, it’s no surprise The Welldiggers is a firm favourite among the locals.

 

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St Valery is a boutique B&B on the high street in Alnmouth with the village’s beach just a short stroll away making this wonderful holiday destination for coastal-loving canines.

 

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Positioned on the edge of the historic Cranborne Chase, the most beautiful of English countryside, The Grosvenor Arms is a newly refurbished hotel with a history dating back to medieval times.

 

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The Fontmell is a wonderful dog-friendly pub with rooms in the pretty village of Fontmell Magna. Set on the edge of the Cranborne Chase, your furry friend will be spoilt for choice with gorgeous countryside to explore and sniff.

 

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Albion House Hotel in Ramsgate sits in pride of place on the top of the East Cliff looking out over Albion Gardens, and out to sea there are spectacular views of the Royal Harbour.

 

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The Baiting House is a stunning dog-friendly country inn set in the beautiful little village of Upper Sapey, close to Worcester. Serving delicious locally sourced fare and with a great selection of local ales, ciders and a great wine line its the perfect place for a cosy weekend break with your dog in tow.

 

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The Corran Resort is a boutique hotel hidden in the marshlands of Carmarthenshire countryside in Wales, perfect for a well-earned break of relaxation.

 

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The Fish Hotel is the ultimate back-to-nature bolthole for pets and their owners – but with a little touch of luxury! Set within the 400-acre Farncombe Estate, The Fish is a collection of quirky country houses that are affordable but super stylish.

 

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Surrounded by beautiful Normandy parkland and with a long and rather colourful history, Montgomery’s Gîte at Le Château de la Motte is a magical holiday home with everything you and your pet need to relax in style.
And don’t forget, you can win £250 off a PetsPyjamas break by posting a photo of your dog.

2 comments

  1. nice & tempting. We’re looking for places in the North West, surrounding Manchester… if you’ve seen any do let us know. Many thanks

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    1. I own a lodge on the Hafan y Mor haven site. It’s three bedroomed, sleeps 6 and we allow dogs. Beautiful place for families or for walking. Check out Facebook Hafan y Mor lodge – 18 pine lodge

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