15 Best Dog Friendly Glamping Pods Near You (UK)

Handpicked Glamping Pods

The popularity of glamping holidays in the UK is on the rise. These glamping pods, bell tents, huts, and safari tents differ from any other type of getaway. Below we list 20 of the best luxury dog friendly glamping pods so Fido can go too.

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Find Your Dog-Friendly Glamping Holiday

Below are some of the best dog friendly glamping sites from North Yorkshire to Cornwall, each offering a unique holiday experience for you and your four-legged friend.

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Ty Gwyn, Wye Valley

A beautiful shepherd’s hut with a lovingly modernised interior, this quaint little holiday space features a warming fire and a lovely little patio area with its own hammock. It’s perfect for guests looking to relax in the countryside, and escape from the noise of the city.

Launceston, Devon

A premium shepherd’s hut on the south coast with a king-size bed and roaring wood burner, this is a great countryside escape for couples and people in an adults-only lakeside setting. Located close to the Devon and Cornwall border, there are countless stretches of coast and the surrounding countryside to explore within walking distance.

Beesands, Devon

A picturesque, traditional-style hut in the heart of the scenic Devon countryside, this cosy little spot is the perfect romantic hideaway for couples looking to enjoy the peace and quiet of the country. An ideal base to discover the sandy beaches of South Hams.

Ludlow, Shropshire

Escape everyday life with plenty of options for walking and cycling starting right outside the door of this property, this is the ideal retreat for couples looking to unwind in the country air of Shropshire with stunning scenery. With a warming wood-burning stove, and scenic vistas all around, you’ll feel at one with the surrounded nature.

Teviothead, Scottish Borders

Glamping with dogs offers so much more than a regular campsite and these luxury, 5-star cabins in the Scottish borders are the ultimate in dog friendly glamping. The locations are stunning and cosy living area is the perfect place to curl up with a book or watch TV and the outside covered decking is ideal for lazy evenings you can even unwind in the indulgent outdoor tub.

Mevagissey, Cornwall

Canines and their owners receive a warm welcome at these beautiful safari tents nestled in the magnificent Cornish countryside close to the picturesque fishing village of Mevagissey on the south coast. The spacious interior boasts a comfortable double bed, sofa, and well-equipped kitchen area. The covered outside deck is the ideal place for a BBQ or soak in the Jacuzzi gazing at the stars on a clear night.

Thetford, Norfolk

This lakeside property is the perfect romantic dog friendly glamping experience. The inside offers a spacious living area and all mod cons, but it’s outside where this stunning cabin excels. The deck is perched on the lake with breathtaking views and at this glamping for pets location there is even an onsite boarding kennel for dogs so you can go out for a romantic meal. Completely unwind with your canine companion here.

Hereford, Herefordshire

You and your pups will be blown away by these charming cabins nestled in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Inside, you will find spacious living, with a modern shower room and kitchen area and outside a lovely patio, with an outdoor Jacuzzi where you can enjoy the fresh air and a tipple under the night skies. Your not far from pubs and shops for any essentials either.

Brampton, Cumbria

Searching for a magical dog-friendly holiday? These luxurious cabins offer superior dog friendly glamping. Take a dip in the soothing outdoor Jacuzzi, head into the scenic countryside surrounding Hadrian’s wall with your dog by your side and enjoy family fun or relax in the living area. Glamping sites don’t come much better than this with nearby attractions for everyone.

Prestatyn, North Wales

A majestic romantic retreat with a king-size bedroom and a shower room in this shepherd’s hut. There is a fire pit, an open grass garden and gravelled area with tables and chairs. Just 2 miles from the golden beaches, you can have a fantastic day out by the Sea.

Keswick, Lake District

This cosy stylish escape has a shower room with a WC and a double bed. There is a small patio outside with seating overlooking the wonderful countryside. Threlkeld village is just a short drive and has a range of activities and eateries to try.

Hereford, Herefordshire

A snug retreat with a double bed and fold-down table for dining, as well as a shower room. There is a wood burner with logs provided and bike storage available. Wye Valley Way is just a short walk and has tons of trails and paths you can follow.

Conwy, North Wales

This delightful ground-floor hut has a double bed and doors leading out to the decking area. You can make use of onsite facilities which include a pool table and table tennis. Take a walk around Bodnant Gardens or maybe try your hand at fishing at Conwy Water Gardens.

Hay-on-Wye Town, Brecon Beacons

A large glamping pod, ideal for families with two bedrooms and one bathroom. Fishing and canoe hire can be booked here with private access to the river. The town of Hay-on-Wye is close by with a range of walks, shops and restaurants available.

Moffat, Scotland

A double shepherd’s hut with two bedrooms, one being a double and the other a twin. Outside there is a patio, a large garden with a pond and off-road parking for two cars. Loch Skeen and Devil’s Beef Tub are all within 20 miles and are great for walking.

Why Go Glamping

Glamping is a great alternative to standard holiday accommodation and what’s better, you can bring fido along too. You can enjoy a hut in the woods, a yurt or perhaps hire a treehouse. Why not start a campfire and grill some marshmallows whilst telling stories, there’s so much you can choose from away from the normal hotel, which is why the different types of glamping properties have taken off.

Things To Do Near Glamping Sites

Usually, glamping is in the countryside maybe near the coast, so it gives you a chance to try different activities and enjoy days out. Take a picnic to the beach, enjoy hiking up the hills or maybe rent a canoe and take in the sunset whilst out on the water. From Dorset and Somerset to Northumberland and Scotland, there are glamping options and activities all over the country for you to experience.

FAQ's About Dog Friendly Glamping

What Is A Bell Tent?

A bell tent offers a bit more luxury than you would expect from most campsites but at a higher price and there’s usually less availability; still, under canvas, this is luxury camping with beds and a proper living area.

Are There Campsites With Bell Tents In The UK?

Yes, there are many campsites where you can stay in a bell tent, they’re a little bit different from these dog friendly glamping properties, which is why we haven’t mentioned them.

Is Camping In A Bell Tent Pet-Friendly?

Some do allow pets but always check first.

Are There Any With Hot Tubs?

Yes, some have, click the link for our list of the best dog friendly glamping with hot tub pods. 

Last Word

Glamping in the UK with dogs takes camping to a whole new level, a Safari tent, Bell tents, Yurts, camping, Shepherd’s huts, Wigwams or a quirky camping pod; all dog friendly glamping sites have one thing in common; stunning living accommodation. Plus en-suite bathrooms and outdoor spaces to die for. No matter where you go, could be the Isle of Wight or maybe the New Forest, new properties are popping up everywhere so why not take the plunge and make your next dog weekend away a glamping experience?

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