Luxury Dog Friendly Caravan Holidays UK (Owned & Park Hire)

Pet Friendly Caravan Parks

Fancy a UK holiday park for your next mini break? Search below for some of the best dog friendly caravan holidays where Fido will be as welcome as you. Whether it’s close to the golden sands of a Devon or Cornwall beach or holiday homes nestled in woodland locations, there’s caravans for everyone.

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Search Dog Friendly UK Holiday Parks Near You

Dog friendly holiday parks are becoming more popular. With last minute pet friendly accommodation and year-round availability, we guarantee you will find a caravan holiday where you and your faithful friend will have the time of your life.

Wisemans Bridge, South Wales

Caravan holidays with a dog allowed don’t come much better than this 5-star holiday home surrounded by woodland walks and a short drive to the golden sands at Tenby. The whole family will love the open plan living space and the enclosed decked area is the perfect spot to enjoy a nightcap with your four-legged friend at your feet.

Snowdonia, North Wales

Nestled in a stunning location surrounded by scenic dog walking areas, this charming accommodation available to hire are ideal for those wanting holidays with luxury dog friendly accommodation. Take in the fresh air on leisurely strolls with your pup, let the kids loose in the play areas, cook delicious meals in the well-equipped kitchen or visit the on-site restaurant.

Cayton, North York Moors

Boasting excellent park facilities, these pet friendly caravan holidays are top-notch and ideal for relaxing. Whether you are booking your next holiday or break, you can’t go wrong with a static caravan. Close to the beach, an onsite restaurant, kids club and evening shows, Two little Ducks keep the whole family entertained.

Ayrshire & Dumfries, Scotland

Take in the beauty of Scotland when you rent this delightful lodge ideally situated to explore the cycling, fishing, water sports and scenic walks the local area has to offer. Suitable for groups, couples and even disabled guests, this immaculately presented accommodation for hire that welcomes pets really does have it all.

Crantock, Cornwall

There’s plenty to keep everyone entertained. At this popular pet friendly accommodation, the properties to hire offer stylish interiors with everything you need for a short break or week away. There are onsite lakes for fishing, a swimming pool, restaurant and bar and one of the best dog friendly beaches just a short walk away.

Kenwick Wood, Lincolnshire

This delightful woodland choice is a popular choice for pet friendly holidays. Why? The 80 acres of woodland will definitely have your furry friend wagging his tail. The Scandinavian interior has a homely feel and everything you could wish for. With some fantastic late deals, it won’t cost the earth to hire this lodge.

Scarborough, Yorkshire Coast

One of the outstanding holiday parks close to some of the most popular dog friendly beaches and offering a great range of amenities is hard to beat. The pet friendly caravans available to hire are finished to the highest standard; each has an enclosed deck for alfresco dining; add to that a swimming pool, crazy golf, play areas on-site and you have the perfect dog friendly getaway.

Berrynarbor, Devon

Discover one of the prettiest parts of the UK when you book dog friendly holidays on this resort. With its four-poster bed and top of the range fixtures and fittings, staying at these superb dog friendly holiday homes will not disappoint and amenities at this holiday park are not bad either, with a pool, restaurant and kiddies play area.

Berrow, Worcestershire

Romantic holidays in the UK don’t come better than this exclusive holiday park; the light, airy rentals have a lovely homely feel making them the ideal place to unwind at the end of the day. The Malvern Hills and Forest of Dean are nearby, ideal for dog walks and there is a dog friendly pub next door.

Shrewsbury, Shropshire

This 5-star lodge accommodation can be found at one of the best holiday parks in the UK; luxury interiors and a host of additional features, including an indoor pool, coffee shop, restaurant and steam room, will ensure your next break is a memorable one. You can relax in your own private hot tub and pets are welcome too.

Scottish Borders

This spacious holiday home accommodation is ideal for families ideally located on the Scottish borders. You can rent the adjacent properties to accommodate large groups looking to enjoy dog friendly holidays in this picturesque corner of the UK. The cabin offers a real home from home; you can enjoy trips to the beach or a pint in the local pub.

St Margaret's At Cliffe, Kent

The accommodation for hire at this excellent holiday park boast fantastic reviews and offer everything a family needs, including a well-equipped kitchen and cosy seating area. There is a huge field for dogs to run around, a swimming pool and a range of leisure facilities. If you want accommodation where pets are allowed, this is the dog friendly holiday park for you.

Charlton Horethorne, Somerset

With elegant interiors, lovely outdoor space and a shop and pub less than 5 minutes away, these stylish holiday homes are an ideal base for dog lovers to discover the breathtaking scenery of this picturesque corner of the UK. The secluded private patio is the perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee as you plan your day and dogs will love scenic walks right on the doorstep.

Hastings, Sussex

If you are looking for pet-friendly parks with a beach nearby for visiting and fantastic accommodation facilities, look no further. The holiday homes at Beauport Holiday Park are contemporary and offer a high standard of self-catering. There is a pretty garden where you and your four-legged friend can relax and an indoor heated pool and leisure facilities for guests to enjoy. (For ownership enquiries visit the website)

Are All the Holiday Parks Dog Friendly? (Dangerous Dogs Act)

Assistance dogs are welcome at all parks and a lot of accommodation will allow small dogs, but if you own a dog such as a pit bull listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act, parks may not be as welcoming. You can read more about the Dangerous Dogs act here.

It’s always better to check, especially for larger breeds. Customers should always keep your dog on a lead in the park and pets should never be left unattended.

Popular Destinations

Below are some of the most sought after areas for accommodation around the UK that welcome families and accept dogs. 

Lake District – For your next holiday, check availability in the Lakes as its home to rivers, walking routes, cycling trails and a number of dog friendly attractions. 

Isle of Wight – Ideal for short breaks, enjoy the wide range of dog friendly options to stay at, and the many sandy beaches on your doorstep the whole family will enjoy.

Cornwall -Visit the Jurassic Coast with your canine friend and stop in one of the many shops, pubs and cafe’s along the coast that welcome your pup with open arms. Then retreat to one of the many caravan holiday parks on the coastline.

Wales – Whether your staying for a weekend, 3 nights or maybe even 7 nights, this country has a plethora of activities from Snowdonia Park to the Brecon Beacons.

Dorset – With countless pubs, shops, cafe’s and attractions, there is something for everyone on the south-west coast. Try horse riding for some fun, or spend the day exploring the countryside and stop for a picnic or BBQ.

More Pet Holidays

If a dog friendly holiday parks are not for you, we also have a selection of dog friendly holidays and short UK breaks with dogs from Cornwall to the Scottish Highlands.

All with year-round availability where pets are welcome.

Activities at Pet Friendly Caravans

  • Boating and Sailing – Lake and riverside accommodation and lodges often have access to fishing, boating and sailing onsite. This means you and your salty sea dog can skip a walk and ride the waves during your stay instead.
  • Surfing and Bodyboarding – Whilst they may not be the next internet sensation, many dogs enjoy surfing and bodyboarding with their owners. If not, they’ll certainly enjoy playing in the sun whilst waiting for you on the beach.
  • Windsurfing – There are many waterside or coastal parks with 1 to 4 bedrooms that not only give your pup a warm welcome but are close to some of the best windsurfing beaches in the country; some parks even offer training.
  • Hiking – One of the best things about the British countryside is the abundance of dog-friendly trails. Whether camping with friends, staying in luxury accommodation, you are guaranteed the opportunity to hike with your canine companion.
  • Biking and Cycling – Packing a bike for everyone means you can cycle to a nearby town or village. Explore one of the hundreds of miles of cycle trails close to dog friendly caravan parks and some offer lockable storage for equipment.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you leave a dog in a caravan?

You might wonder if it’s Ok to leave a dog in your accommodation; in most cases, the answer is no! Every park will have its own specific rules, but generally, it is not advised to leave a dog in a caravan. Dogs can become very stressed when left alone in a strange place; not only is this not nice for them, it can cause them to be destructive or start barking. 

The second issue is your dog’s safety. Accommodation can become extremely hot in the summer and, like cars, potentially fatal for our four-legged friends. If the park allows it, and they have their own crate, it may be possible for short periods.

Can you take a dog to Butlins?

So, can you take your dog to Butlins? Dogs are not permitted at Butlins resorts; they can be kept in the dog friendly accommodation at Minehead and Skegness, but there are restrictions and they are not allowed into the main park. They also reserve the right to ask any owner whose dog misbehaves to leave.

Can you take dogs on Haven Caravan Park?

Yes, you can take dogs on Haven Holidays. In fact, 33 of Haven’s pet friendly holiday parks accept up to two dogs in designated accommodation at the time of writing. Lots are close to beautiful dog friendly beaches and some even have doggy play areas. They aren’t allowed in the restaurants, entertainment or pool areas. A Cornwall holiday is there most popular option as the south west is a great base for dogs.

Can you take dogs to Center Parcs?

You can take dogs to Centre Parcs; by nature, they are a doggy paradise with woodland walking opportunities galore. Some parks even have designated areas for your canine companion to run and play. There are a couple of things to keep in mind. Fido must be kept on his leash at all times, obviously, you need to take a poop scoop and some areas, like the pool and spa, are off-limits.

Can you take dogs to Parkdean resorts?

Parkdean is dog-friendly, so you can take your dog to Parkdean Resorts with a reasonable weekly charge of £40 per pooch, excluding guide dogs. With caravan parks from the Cornish coast to Northumberland, just be sure to keep your furry pal off the furniture and beds. 

Can you take a Motorhome on Caravan parks?

No, you can’t just take a motorhome on the parks; some may have a touring section (it will be separate), but in general pet welcoming caravan parks are for static options.

Last Word

Dog friendly holidays come down to personal choice, be it on one of the many pet friendly holiday parks, secluded woodland accommodation in Scotland or holiday parks in Cornwall close the the sea. Whichever you choose, we know that spending quality time with your pets on holiday is the best way to unwind.

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