Dog Friendly Log Cabins in Hampshire: 15 Lodges to Rent

Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats

Hampshire is an idyllic location for all kinds of couples’ holidays and family breaks away. But did you know that it’s quickly picking up as a popular spot for pet owners? In this guide, we’ll take you through our list of favourite dog friendly log cabins in Hampshire.


We find the best dog friendly lodges in Hampshire, so you don't have to!

Shorefield Country Park, Hampshire

This airy Shorefield cabin serves a space that sleeps 6 people, with a king size bedroom and ensuite facilities included. There is also off road parking, all towels and linen included in the price, a TV, kitchen suite and an open plan living room. Baby facilities are available on request.

Linwood near Ringwood, New Forest

This ground floor cabin nook sleeps 2 people and has space for two dogs. There is a garden to the rear with its own BBQ set and patio, and there is off road parking. You will also benefit from an open plan living area, a Freeview TV and ensuite facilities.

Shorefield Country Park, Hampshire

This ground floor holiday destination has a space for 6 adults and 2 kids. It also sleeps 2 dogs max, with an open plan living space, a kitchen suite, a private decking area and BBQ set, WiFi throughout, and access to facilities and shops on site via its holiday park.

New Forest, Hampshire

This New Forest abode is quiet and cosy, offering a space that sleeps 2 people, and you can bring one small dog with you. There is a double bed, WiFi throughout, heating and power supplied, and a kitchen replete with mod cons. There is also parking for one vehicle available here, too.

Alton, Hampshire

The ideal romantic escape with one double bed and an en suite shower room with a WC. There is private decking, a wood-fired hot tub and a seating area to relax. Based on an 80-acre vineyard, explore the Lakes and Alton is also 2.6 miles away for a day out.

Winchester, Hampshire

Another splendid lodge for couples with an en suite shower room and a king-sized bedroom.  The oak barn is set within 15 acres of private woodland with a patio and seating area to enjoy the wildlife. The South Down National Park is right outside your property with walking and cycling trails.

Godshill, Hampshire

A beautiful bolthole with 1 double bed, a shower and WC. There’s also an electric oven and hob. There’s a small decking area with a cover for the hot tub and furniture. Explore the New Forest National Park which is within walking distance and see ponies, donkeys and cattle.

Beaulieu, Hampshire

A beautiful stilt house with a double bedroom and a shower over the bath. Inside there is a woodburner, TV in the lounge and outside you have a small decking area which is enclosed. Set within the New Forest, you can stroll down to Beaulieu river surrounded by wildlife.

Burridge, Hampshire

This stunning 2 bedroom barn conversion has 2 bathrooms, one being an en suite. There is a patio and lawned garden with the added luxury of a private wood fired hot tub. If you want to take the car and explore, Southampton & Portsmouth are a must for the day.

Brockenhurst, Hampshire

A stylish 2 bedroom holiday home with a shower room and electric combination oven. There is an electric car charging point on site, Smart TV and parking available. If you need a short stroll, Brockenhurst village centre offers bars restaurants and shops.

Christchurch, Hampshire

A quirky-styled lodge that has 2 bedrooms, one bathroom and a shower room with WC. It also boasts a sunken hot tub within the decking, a BBQ and a lawned area to sit. Your close to the coast at this cabin, so you can visit Bournemouth and Avon beach by car.

Warsash, Hampshire

A single-storey caravan with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom with a walk-in shower. Facilities around the park include a swimming pool, tennis court and children’s play area. Spend a day at Brownwich Beach which is on the doorstep or take the car into Portsmouth.

Why Choose Log Cabins in Hampshire

If you’re looking for pet friendly cottages in Hampshire but fancy trying something a little bit different, you really cannot go wrong with a lodge or a log cabin. Chalets and cabins have that amazing rustic feel to them – and whether you’re close to the Hampshire coast or country, they can really seal the deal.

Not sure what you’re looking for in the perfect Hampshire breakaway with your pet? Don’t worry. We’ve lined up some amazing favourites from the region, bringing you closer to the southernmost coast with amazing views of the English Channel. With dog walks as far as the eye can see, you’re laughing!

Cheap Weekend Breaks

Looking for a lodge or cabin in Hampshire for less? It might be worth looking at some great weekend deals. It’s cheaper to stay on the south coast and close to the Hampshire countryside than you might think! Check out some of our lodge and cabin favourites and save cash, too!

Hot Tub Lodges

For many people – us included – a great dog friendly holiday home really is topped off by a fantastic hot tub. A private hot tub and patio offer you plenty of opportunities to kick back, relax, and massage off some steam. A great way to prepare for more adventures the next day!

Lodges By The Coast & Beach

Dog friendly accommodation in Hampshire can be as close to the coast as you like. With brilliant walks across the shores of the English Channel, this is a county full of wonderful pet friendly surprises. Bring your dog for a pet friendly holiday in the heart of the south coast.

1-2 Night Self Catering

Self catering in the south of England really is a great way to kick start a holiday. Take your dog, your family and/or your loved one down to Hampshire for a fantastic night or two away from the hustle and bustle. Hampshire is a popular staycation location for many reasons!

About Holidays In Hampshire With Dogs

Hampshire is a quintessential English county in that it really does give you a little bit of everything in one amazing package. Looking to book a dog friendly lodges in the New Forest National Park? Maybe you just want to explore the gorgeous South Downs at your own pace. Above all, you should really check out Hampshire and all its various charms if you want the full package on a dog friendly holiday.

Hampshire’s quaint stately homes, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and even its city scenes (such as in Southampton) all make it a mixed bag – in the best possible way. A holiday jaunt down here can be heady and lively, or you can take your dog with you to make it a brilliant, peaceful hiking trip around the parks.

Ultimately, there’s likely to be a lot more to Hampshire than you might expect. Come and see for yourself!

Last Word

Whether you are exploring Hampshire for the heritage, the countryside walks or for the amazing fresh air, your dog is going to love every minute of this break with you. So why not bring them along? Find a pet friendly log cabin and you’re well away.

Your four legged friend is going to adore a holiday down in the heart of Hampshire. You will too, of course! The Hampshire experience will take you out into some of the most gorgeous forests and across green walks far beyond your eyeline. Your perfect lodge will be close enough to cities such as Southampton and Portsmouth for amazing convenience, but just far enough away for genuine peace and quiet.

Finding that perfect dog friendly lodge or cabin in Hampshire doesn’t have to be hard. Just think carefully about what you’re likely to want the most from a comfortable break! Are you looking for an open plan living room, dining room and kitchen space? What about a 2 bedroom lodge with en suite facilities? A king size bedroom, a sofa bed and a shower room on the ground floor? Anything is possible.

Hampshire’s holidaying potential is absolutely massive, and there are no reasons why you should have to leave your dogs behind to experience it all. With amazing views of the Channel and easy links out towards the Isle of Wight, you might even find Hampshire to be the perfect launching site for all kinds of adventures.

Take a look at our list of favourites and find yourself that nook or cabin break that really speaks to you – and your pet, of course! Whether it’s an open fire woodburner that’s going to seal the deal, or properties close to villages and pubs within a short walking range, get ready to look for some lovely lodge hideaways. Find other great Southern lodges for pets here.

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