Our Most Popular UK Destinations

Find everything to do with dogs in the UK by location. We’ve separated all of our best recommendations into cities and towns so you can plan. Choose the most exquisite accommodation that accepts pets, then start planning your days out and where to eat.


Enjoy a memorable break in the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors or Coast with your beloved pet.

All cottages have been handpicked so you can enjoy all the great activities and attractions this wonderful county has to offer.

Lake District

Home to vast mountains, lakes and rolling hills, you and your canine companion will have endless amounts of fun exploring.

The cottages here are typically rural and give you a great experience with nature and the countryside.


Home to vast mountains, lakes and rolling hills, you and your canine companion will have endless amounts of fun exploring.

The cottages here are typically rural and give you a great experience with nature and the countryside.


Famous for its great weather and golden beaches, Dorset is one of the most popular spots for a break with your dog.

Enjoy a variety of watersport activities here including surfing, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boarding.


Located in the South West of England, it’s renowned for its medieval towns, fossil cliffs and moorland National Parks.

Many of the restaurants, bars and cafes cater for pets in this part of the world which is what makes it so popular.


Dubbed the Cornish Riviera, it’s easy to see why with its picturesque harbour villages such as Falmouth & Fowey.

Dogs are well looked after down here due to the vast amount of walks available from beaches to rugged cliffs.


A county in East Anglia, Norfolk is world renowned for its Broads which are a network of navigable rivers & lakes.

The vast coastline makes it an ideal destination if you want a seaside holiday where you can unwind and relax.


Steeped in history, Wales is considered one of the best countries to visit with its mountains, rugged coastline & distinctive Welsh language.

Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons attract millions of visitors each year from all around the world.


A county in the North West of England, it’s most famous resort is Blackpool which is a seaside town like no other.

If you want to be close to major cities such as Manchester & Liverpool whilst still near the coast, this could be your place.


World famous for it’s Pleasure Beach & Blackpool Tower, this small seaside resort continues to attract people every year without fail.

Your pets will love Blackpool due to the number of beaches available in which your canines are allowed off their lead.


This North Yorkshire coastal town is a great place to visit if you want to escape the busy city and relax with the sea and sun.

It includes 2 bays with sandy beaches and is split by a headland with the presence of the 800 year old Scarborough Castle.


This small seaside resort has made quite a name for itself over the years due to it’s great food and hospitality.

Great attractions such as the Captain Cook Museum and the town is also split by the River Esk which makes for superb photos.


Known for its Industrial Revolution heritage, it is also home to Roman Walls and a Cathedral with over 1000 years of history.

It serves as a great base to explore neighbouring counties and major cities such as Manchester & Liverpool


Set in the heart of the Lake District, Windermere is one of the most famous holiday destinations in the UK.

It has a picturesque setting with waterfalls, cycling routes, fishing spots and walking trails for the whole family to enjoy.


An old fashioned village, Troutbeck offers you all the quirkiness and luxury that many places don’t.

Much of the area oozes charm and character and is a great place to spend a few nights if you want to explore the whole of the Lakes.


This thriving city does not need selling, it’s bars, restaurants and nightlife all make sure you have a memorable stay.

There are also plenty of activities in the city you can enjoy such as visiting St James Park or shopping on Northumberland Street.

Peak District

This stunning National Park has all you could imagine, but it’s most famous feature is it’s Caves with some being 400 meters deep.

There are miles of rolling hills, walking trails and cycling routes for you to enjoy along with country pubs if you need to stop for a drink.


A great county with major cities and a national park that both lay within its borders, these include Sheffield & The Peak District.

The county itself has many rural villages and towns that are great for a countryside break with your canine companion.


Compromising of the Cotswold Hills, The River Severn & The Forest of Dean, there is more than enough to do.

Due to the surrounding countryside, many of the properties here are surrounded by an abundance of wildlife.


A landlocked county in the East Midlands, it serves as a great base to explore both the North & South of England.

It’s also a great city in which there are plenty of shops, restaurants, bars and clubs for you to try whilst visiting.


Famous for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare, Warwickshire is a great place to visit for a rural getaway.

The historic town of Warwick has plenty to do from visiting the Medieval Castle to seeing St John’s House Museum.


The Cathedral city of Worcester is the largest in settlement town and city in this county and has a great deal for you to do.

The Cotswolds AONB is a fantastic destination to visit with your dogs as there are hills & villages to explore.


World famous as being the home of the legend that is Robin Hood, there is plenty to do and see in this vibrant city.

Some of these include the Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery which provide superb days out.


Bordering Wales, Shropshire is a great county if you want to visit many popular places within a short drive.

Head down into Cardiff or Swansea within a couple of hours or head north to Lancashire for a seaside day out.


A landlocked county in the West Midlands, Staffordshire has a variety of fantastic rural properties.

With great activities and attractions on your doorstep it’s easy to see why so many people flock here for a holiday.


This superb county allows you to visit the capital within a couple of hours by train as well as the coastline.

It’s ideal locations offer the best of both worlds with a city break and seaside stay both easily accessible.


Home to the vibrant towns of Colchester & Chelmsford, this county has plenty to do for families and friends.

You can spend the day at one of the many glorious beaches or catch the high speed train into London.


Lincolnshire is a coastal county which borders Norfolk & Cambridgeshire but has the fantastic resort of Skegness located within it.

Other days out that are well worth considering include Lincoln Castle, Stamford and Mablethorpe.


An east anglian county with the coast on its doorstep and easy access to busy towns and cities if you feel like shopping.

Great days out in this part of the country include Pleasurewood Hills, Go Ape & of course Africa Alive.


A small coastal town located in Dorset, this idyllic seaside resort often boasta sunny weather and sandy beaches.

Neighbouring towns which are well worth checking out if you have time include Poole & Chirstchurch.


Weymouth is a beautiful spot if you want to get out of the busy city and escape everyday normal life.

It’s glorious coastline offers peace and tranquility as well as picturesque views from the Victorian Nothe Fort or revolving viewing tower.


A county in South West England which borders Wiltshire to the east and Bristol to the north, it’s coastline faces south Wales.

For days out with the kids, Wookey Hole, Cheddar Gorge & Caves and Brean Leisure Park will definitely keep them entertained.


A wonderful seaside resort on the south coast, it’s famous for its beaches such as Babbacombe and cliffside Oddicombe.

Torre Abbey is also located here which is a monastery and features art galleries and extensive gardens.


This famous city is great in the day for its wonderful beaches and coastline where you can enjoy a variety of local food.

In the evening, it turns into a party with it’s range of pubs, bars, restaurants and nightclubs that are all on offer.


Home to rolling countryside, fast flowing rivers and an abundance of wildlife, this is a great retreat for peace and quiet.

Enjoy a break in the countryside where you can take leisurely strolls with your family, friends and pets.


An affluent county, Hampshire offers great access to major cities such as Southampton and Bournemouth.

You can also be within the capital in just 2 hours if you catch one of the high speed trains that are available.

Isle of Wight

An island off the South Coast, it’s known for its sandy beaches and seafront promenades where you can grab a bite to eat.

If you’re lucky, you might even be able to find some Dinosaur remains and fossils in places such as Compton Bay & Yaverland Beach.


Known as the Garden of England, Kent boasts some fantastic rural areas as well as having the added luxury of a majestic coastline.

This is emphasised through the White Cliffs of Dover and seaside towns such as Margate, Whitstable & Folkestone.


Surrey is a county that borders Kent and is extremely close to central London making it easy for a day out.

High speed trains mean you can be in the capital within the hour enjoying one of the many restaurants or pubs.


This coastal county has a lot going for it with it’s many popular seaside resorts including Hastings, Brighton & Eastbourne.

All of these have a variety of activities to enjoy whether you want to do a spot of shopping or some watersports.


This beautiful country has everything you could want on a holiday with your pet, from historic cities to vast mountains.

Explore the Highlands or Aviemore National Park, or head into Glasgow or Edinburgh for some culture and history.


Located in Eastern Scotland, Dundee has two nautical museums and a 19th century warship for you to explore.

The McManus is an art gallery in the city which also boasts a collection of art and archaeological finds.


An ancient cathedral city in the Scottish Highlands, where you can enjoy a vast range of food and drink.

There is an indoor Victorian market that sells food, clothing and crafts, whilst there is also an 18th century Old High Church.

Northern Highlands

The Northern Highlands are some of the most remote areas in the UK and provide the ultimate secluded trip.

Here you can explore the rugged coastline, try your hand at some fishing or just simply adore the sheer beauty of the landscape.


A small town in the famous Cairngorms National Park which is teaming with wildlife including birds and squirrels.

The town still enjoys a close proximity to the coast if you fancy a break from the countryside and a day on the beach.

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