Top Dog-Friendly UK Hotel Deals

Looking for a hotel stay but don’t want to leave the dog at home? From country homes in the heart of Wiltshire to spa weekends in Yorkshire, our dog-friendly hotels are bound to please both you and your pet. Skip the kennel fees and bring your four-legged friend along. Browse below and book these exclusive offers at our recommended dog-friendly hotels.

Widbrook Grange
Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire

Widbrook Grange

£195 per night based on a two-night stay

Situated on the outskirts of the historic market town of Bradford-on-Avon, this 18th century country house hotel is nestled within the idyllic Wiltshire countryside. Dogs are welcome to stay and able to roam all areas of the hotel apart from the restaurant, though it is possible to dine with your pup in the Conservatory. Upon arrival, they will receive a cosy doggy bed and tasty treats.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay in a Classic Double Room
  • Complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability)
  • Breakfast
  • £30 dinner allowance per person each evening
  • Gin afternoon tea for two on one day
  • Complimentary stay for one dog including dinner

Natalie Paris, Telegraph Travel writer, says: “Once a model farm, set up in 1834 to encourage modern agricultural methods, this is now a small and gorgeous boutique hideaway with an indoor pool. Mix a relaxed atmosphere with a frankly enormous gin list and you also have somewhere that, despite its size, takes evening entertainment seriously.”

Book by August 30 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0333 122 9655

The Chequers Inn
Thornham, Norfolk

The Chequers Inn


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£148 per person based on a two-night stay

This cosy 17th-century inn is the perfect seaside getaway for pet-owners. Inside The Chequers Inn guests will find a traditional pub, complete with oak beams, flagstone floors and open fires. You and your pet will love the surrounding beaches, marshes and countryside. There are plenty of dog-friendly rooms where you and your dog can relax after a day of walking.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay in a Small Good Room
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner each night (£30 allocation per person)
  • Norwich Gin & Tonic on arrival

Sophie Butler, the Telegraph’s Norfolk expert, says: “A 16th century pub-with-rooms in a coastal Norfolk village, where open fires and cosily beamed bar combine with contemporary dining room, good food and intimate bedrooms.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0333 060 7068

Moorland Garden Hotel
Yelverton, Devon

Moorland Garden Hotel

£99 per person based on a two-night stay

Looking for an ideal dog-walking space? Moorland Garden Hotel is situated in a generous nine acres of scenic, peaceful and lovingly-tended moorland gardens on the edge of the renonwed Dartmoor National Park. Top off your stay in style with an award-winning Devon Cream Tea, served daily at this prestigious property.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay in a garden room
  • Breakfast
  • Devon Cream Tea on arrival
  • Dinner on both nights (£25 per person allowance)

Anna Turns, Telegraph Travel writer says: “This smart hotel on the edge of Dartmoor is conveniently located between Plymouth and Tavistock; an ideal corporate stopover or base to explore the moors without roughing it. Rooms with balconies overlooking the nine acres of garden are great value and an asset on sunny days.”

Book by June 30 for stays until July 31, 2019
Call: 0333 122 9972

The Wheatsheaf Inn
Northleach, Cotswolds

Wheatsheaf Inn

£233 per person based on a two-night stay

The Wheatsheaf Inn is a beautiful property in good walking country with several circular hikes going straight from the doorstep. Dogs are provided with a dog bed and treats on arrival, and the hotel’s atmosphere is very much that of a friendly pub. Cosy, welcoming and charming.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • £35 per person allowance towards dinner on one night
  • Bottle of Prosecco in your room on arrival
  • Complimentary dog bed and doggy treats
  • Complimentary upgrade to a Very Good room
  • Late 1pm check-out

Harriet O’Brien, Telegraph Travel Cotswolds expert, says: ‘‘A creeper-clad coaching inn turned arty, boutique haven. The Wheatsheaf is in a particularly pretty and enterprising little Cotswold town. The restaurant draws a regular local crowd and the emphasis is on the very best quality, from the menu ingredients to the room amenities.’’

Book by July 31 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0333 060 5307

Eshott Hall
Eshott, Northumberland

Soar Mill Cove


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£139 per person based on a two-night stay

Pull on your complimentary welly boots and enjoy the woodland walks surrounding this Georgian country house. Dogs are allowed in several rooms and in the library bar, so guests can eat meals with them. Though a car is necessary, Eshott Hall is also perfectly placed for exploring mid-Northumberland, with places such as Alnwick, with its castle and gardens, and the National Trust’s Cragside nearby. 

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay
  • Dogs are welcome to stay for £10 per night
  • Breakfast each morning
  • Three-course dinner for two each eveningin the two AA Rosette restaurant 
  • Complimentary bottle of house wine with dinner one evening
  • Complimentary after dinner coffee and petit fours each evening
  • Free upgrade on arrival if available
  • Late check-out until 12:30

Helen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s Northumberland expert, says: ‘‘A small and elegant country house that feels deep in the countryside yet is close to the A1. With charming main rooms, antiques in bedrooms and fine-dining food, it makes for a comfortable retreat or a useful luxury stop-over on journeys to and from Scotland.

Book by Aug 31 for stays until Oct 31, 2019
Call: 0330 037 1535

Swinton Park
Ripon, Yorkshire

Whatley Manor

£235 per person based on a one-night stay

Enjoy a relaxing stay with your pup in the charming North Yorkshire countryside at a luxury 17th century castle. Explore the stunning 200 acres of lake and the tree-filled grounds which are situated on the borders of The Yorkshire Dales National Park. Dogs are welcome from £25 per night.

What’s included:       

  • One, two or three-night stay
  • Dogs stay at £25 per night
  • Access to parkland
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner for two each evening in Samuel’s Restaurant or £45 per person per night allocation on the terrace
  • Use of spa for the duration of your stay with one free 25-minute treatment and 10% off additional treatments

HHelen Pickles, Telegraph Travel’s hotel expert says: “The manorial Swinton Park, in Masham, stands in 200 acres of lake-filled grounds, offering cosy rooms, superb cooking and a charming nine-hole golf course. The service is excellent: great dollops of Yorkshire warmth underpinned by professionalism.”

Book by September 29 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 162 5139

Albert Cottage Hotel
East Cowes, Isle of Wight

Albert Cottage

£259 per person based on a two-night stay

Albert Cottage Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the Island. The stylish ten-room boutique hotel preserves the Victorian theme with original tiled floors, ornate coving, wood panelling and huge fireplaces, and sits within picturesque private gardens.  

What’s included:       

  • Two- or three-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • Return Car Ferry travel via Red Funnel (Southampton) or Wightlink (Portsmouth or Lymington)
  • Three-course dinner on one evening
  • Two tickets to Osborne House

Antonia Windsor, Telegraph Travel Isle of Wight expert, says: “A romantic hotel in a  former royal residence just minutes from the Red Funnel ferry links to Southampton. Enjoy elegant period rooms, old-fashioned service, expansive gardens and a sunny patio terrace. Great for those wanting a country house hotel with a boutique feel.”

Book by July 31 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 029 4204

Passford House Hotel
Lymington, New Forest

Passford House


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£120 per person based on a two-night stay

Doggies have 10 acres of gardens to explore in this peaceful area of the New Forest. The building itself once served as a former coaching inn, home to Queen Victoria’s private secretary. After exploring the beautiful countryside and the flower-filled Monet garden, an impressive but unpretentious dining menu awaits you, with an innovative take on local ingredients.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • Cream tea for two on arrival
  • 10% off an a la carte dinner menu
  • Late check-out
  • Use of the outdoor swimming pool

Kathryn Liston, Telegraph Travel writer, says: ‘‘A curious mix of quirky ceramics, fabulous gardens, country-house charm and doggie essentials will make you and your pet feel instantly at home here – there’s even a welcome from the owner’s pooch Ruby.’’

Book by July 31 for stays until September 30, 2019
Call: 0330 060 3751

Charingworth Manor
Chipping Campden, Cotswolds

Charingworth Manor

£175 per person based on a two-night stay

Dogs may join you at this 700-year-old stone manor house. Charingworth Manor became a hotel in the late 1980s and the main building oozes country house appeal with flagstone floors, swathes of curtains and eclectic soft chairs and sofas. T S Eliot was a frequent visitor and it was here, in the 1930s, that he wrote Burnt Norton.

What’s included:       

  • Two- or three-night stay
  • Breakfast
  • Dinner on two nights
  • ‘Taste of Cotswolds’ gift basket in your room on arrival
  • Champagne afternoon tea (for three-night stays only)

Harriet O’Brien, Telegraph Travel Cotswolds expert, says: “Steeped in history and with a tremendous outlook over rolling Gloucestershire fields, Charingworth Manor has a picturesque garden, a first-class restaurant and an impressive range of facilities that includes an indoor pool and steam room.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0333 130 7139

The Bear of Rodborough
Gloucestershire, Cotswolds

Bear of Rodborough

£134 per person based on a two-night stay

The panoramas here are magical. The hotel is less than three miles from Stroud yet the grassy uplands of its surrounds feel very much a world apart – cows often wander by the side of the property to munch the flowers in the hanging baskets. With an excellent bar and restaurant, The Bear of Rodborough provides a perfect home away from home stay.

What’s included:       

  • Two-night stay in a Country House room
  • Breakfast
  • Three-course dinner on one evening
  • Box of Hotel Chocolat in your room on arrival
  • Cotswold Cream Tea
  • Complimentary late check-out until 12 noon

Harriet O’Brien, Telegraph Travel Cotswolds expert, says: “This old coaching inn is wonderfully set on a large swathe of common ground owned by the National Trust and grazed by arcadian-looking cattle. It’s stylishly comfy and charmingly rambling.”

Book by July 31 for stays until August 31, 2019
Call: 0330 162 5685

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