How to choose the best dog friendly hotels

Chocolate labrador dog standing near outdoor swimming pool

The time has come to take your dog to a hotel. And not one of those euphemistically titled “dog hotels” that you’ve dumped them at before before you shoot away on holiday. Not this time. This time, you and your dog are going together. They are going to love it. Even more importantly, there is […]

Dog-friendly holidays in Norfolk

norfolk broads windmill

If you’re a dog owner, you know how important it is to have your furry companion by your side, even when you’re on holiday. But finding the perfect destination that caters to both you and your furry friend’s needs can be a challenge. Well, we’ve got great news for you! Norfolk is the perfect dog-friendly […]

Dog Friendly Newcastle

A woman in a green winter coat walks a black dog along the pavement in Newcastle

Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a large city in the north east of England, sat near the mouth of the River Tyne. If you travel up England’s east coast, Newcastle is the last major urban area you will encounter before you reach the border with Scotland, about 70 miles to the north. Newcastle’s expansion came as a result […]

Dog Friendly Leeds

A spaniel puppy runs along a grassy bank next to the Leeds Liverpool Canal

Leeds is a city in West Yorkshire which comprises part of one of the UK’s most populated built-up areas. However, there is still plenty of unspoilt nature to explore, too: located on the River Aire, the centre of Leeds is just 10 miles to the southeast of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Originally coming to […]

Dog Friendly Aberdeen

A wide shot of Aberdeen Beach, showing people walking their dogs on the sand

Standing on the east coast of Scotland, where both the River Don and River Dee meet the North Sea, Aberdeen is the third largest city in Scotland. It is believed that the area has been inhabited by humans for over 8,000 years, with individual settlements near the mouths of both of the local rivers slowly […]

Dog Friendly Sheffield

A white dog lies on the grass in Endcliffe Park, Sheffield

Sheffield is a city in South Yorkshire, located 36 miles to the south of Leeds and 45 miles north of Nottingham and Derby. It also stands on the eastern edge of the magnificent Peak District National Park, making it a fantastic location for a dog-friendly holiday. Sheffield famously rose to international prominence due to its […]

Dog Friendly Oxford

A close-up of a white dog standing at the helm of a red boat on the Thames below Oxford, with a rowing team on the water in the background

Oxford is a city in the Thames valley area of southern England, 56 miles west of London, 64 miles south of Birmingham and 61 miles northwest of Bristol. It is internationally recognised for the excellence of its universities, the first of which was established in the 12th Century. In addition to its colleges – the […]

Dog Friendly Norwich

A woman in a t-shirt and shorts leans against a window holding a brown and white dog on a leash, with a sign advertising a Norwich tour bus behind them

Standing on the River Wensum, Norwich is the largest city in Norfolk, for which it also serves as the County Town. In fact, with Norfolk being mostly rural, the built-up area in and around the city of Norwich is home to almost a quarter of the county’s entire population. Historically, Norwich initially thrived as a […]

Dog Friendly Exeter

A man in a grey t-shirt walks two dogs along a tree-lined path in Exeter

The ancient city of Exeter stands on the River Exe in the southeast of Devon. There have been human settlements in the Exeter area since prehistoric times, with the city first coming to national prominence in the year 55 when it was fortified by the Romans. For much of its history, Exeter has been a […]

Dog Friendly Dundee

A bronze statue of Desperate Dan - a man walking a dog on a busy Dundee street

Located on the north bank of the Firth of Tay on Scotland’s east coast, 60 miles north of Edinburgh and 20 miles east of Perth, Dundee is the fourth-largest city in Scotland. The city’s initial growth came about thanks to its ports, but during the Industrial Revolution Dundee grew further due to the local expertise […]