What is it that makes Dorset such a great dog friendly getaway? It’s likely to be the beaches, the wonderful sea views, the walking routes – and it’s all the more reason to start looking for dog friendly lodges in Dorset.
This quirky modern lodge offers lovely views of the surrounding fields and woodland, with a luxurious private hot tub that’s perfect for unwinding as the evening sets in. Ideally located to explore the Jurassic Coast, this is an excellent base for families of up to 4 to enjoy rural Dorset.
This lovingly furnished couple’s retreat offers beautiful views of the rolling countryside from its lovely private patio. With easy access to the local beaches, and many woodland and forest walks nearby, you’ll enjoy days lost in nature and evenings curled up by the warmth of the fire.
With panoramic views of the surrounding bay and rolling countryside, this gorgeous studio-style lodge is perfect for couples looking to relax in scenic Dorset. Take a trip to the beaches of Ringstead Bay before retiring to the relaxing comfort of your private hot tub.
An incredibly stylish, eco-friendly retreat, ideal for a couple’s vacation, this welcoming property is ideally situated to enjoy the charming harbour and beach of Lyme Regis. Wander the cobbled streets and sample the wide array of shops and restaurants on offer.
Enjoy spectacular views from the private garden and hot tub, or take a short drive to the coastline of West Dorset. There’s plenty to do in the local area, or you can simply unwind in the comfort of this stylish contemporary home with its bright and welcoming furnishings.
This characterful property offers terrific views from its elevated position, with its private hot tub for relaxing days on the patio. Visit the nearby shingle beach for a breath of fresh coastal air, or take a trip to Durdle Door and admire the picturesque sights of this gorgeous location.
A peaceful log cabin with an open and inviting living space, enjoy tranquil afternoons on the covered veranda before warming yourself by the cosy fire. Take a stroll to the village of Child Okeford for its range of amenities, and stop by the local pubs that are full of traditional charm.
This Dorset lodge holiday spot offers a space that sleeps 2, and couples can also bring a dog with them to enjoy the break. This quiet location offers a double bedroom, but if you do want to bring an additional guest, there’s a fold out bed. The kitchen at the lodge has all modern facilities you’ll desire,
Beach Retreat is a pet friendly escape in the heart of Eype, on the Dorset coast. It sleeps 4 people and welcomes 2 dogs. There are two bedrooms here, with both offering super king size beds. There’s a shower room and a kitchen with modern facilities, as well as a lounge complete with TV and entertainment.
Beehive Cottage is a Dorset holiday lodge that sleeps 2 with one bedroom, and with space for one dog. It’s great for couples. This cosy nook has a smart TV, a kitchenette with oven and fridge, a washer and dryer, a small shower room and your own enclosed garden. You’ll even have access to your own Amazon Echo, too!
An open plan, eco-friendly log cabin set on a 700 acre farm, there are lambs in the adjacent field and the property has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Outside there’s a wrap around deck with a barbecue and furniture to relax in and parking for four cars. Further afield you can visit the lovely town of Dorchester, which is two and a half miles away, or heading to Bridport or West Bay both within 20 miles.
A beautiful romantic retreat with one double bedroom enjoying views over the vast woodland. In the lounge, there is a smart TV whilst outside there is a courtyard with a barbecue and brilliant countryside views. There’s an abundance of wildlife on your doorstep here, and you can also travel further afield and explore the famous resorts with Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove which are both less than nine miles away.
This beautiful property dates back to the 1900s and has a double and a single bed, as well as two en suite bathrooms. Inside the home there is a wood burner with logs provided, books and games available whilst outside there is a split-level garden with seating and a summer house. Visit Bridport Harbour, which is just three miles away with its range of shops and activities, or explore the glorious coastline, which is right on your doorstep.
This single-level holiday home is ideal for a couple with a king-size bedroom and a shower. Wifi is included throughout the property, and there’s also a cot and high chair available if you have small children. Outside there is an enclosed terrace with garden furniture and the local pub and shop are no more than a mile, you can also head into the brilliant seaside resort of Lyme Regis or spend hours exploring the glorious Jurassic coastline.
If you really want to show your pets the best of the Jurassic Coast, now is the time to start looking for Dorset dog friendly lodges, cabins and chalets. Come and explore the beautiful beaches and the amazing history for miles and miles around! Whether you’re looking for a ground floor chalet or just somewhere close to the sandy miles, take a look at our list of favourites.
Dorset is easily one of our favourite holiday locations when it comes to taking a four legged friend exploring. The sea air, the sandy stretches, the amazing South West coast path – and what’s more, the region is a wonderful family friendly resort, too, meaning there is lots of fun to be had nearby.
We’ve taken a look at the best dog friendly lodges Dorset has to offer. From poet friendly chalets out in West Dorset to as close as to the Jurassic Coastline as possible, these are accessible self catering experiences you’ll want to come back to again and again.
Dorset is not just one of the most stunning holiday locations in the south of England, it’s also amazingly pet friendly. With dog friendly pubs in Dorset around every corner, and an endless amount of dog friendly days out in Dorset. Calm, breezy and full of wonderful walks, it really does pay to find yourself a pet friendly lodge down here.
Take a look through our list of pet friendly domiciles down in Dorset, backing in Devon – and why not bring the families with you, too? From Lyme Regis to the New Forest, it’s high time you showed your pets around this spectacular side of the country.