3 Dog Friendly Surrey Cottages & Lodges (With Private Hot Tubs)

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Hand Picked Cottages & Cabins

Surrey is just on the outskirts of London, so it’s an ideal place for a holiday if you want to include a visit to the capital. Surrey is a wealthy part of the UK, so when it comes to eating out and shopping, you’ll find top-class restaurants and luxury retails stores in every town. 

Our dog friendly cottages in Surrey allow you to explore the Downs, there are canal towpaths, woodland, riversides and heathland to roam – and your dog will enjoy every minute by your side. With cottages, lodges and holiday homes to choose between, all welcoming dogs to stay, it’s easy to find the perfect place to stay in Surrey.

Reeds Farmhouse

Reeds Farmhouse

A fabulous detached barn conversion, Reeds Farmhouse in Farnham has an enviable location with historic houses, the beach and country parks nearby. It is spacious, bright and modern, perfect for families or groups of friends and welcomes dogs. The perfect choice for visits to Alice Holt Forest, the South Downs National Park and Chawton, where Jane Austen lived, or for simply relaxing in the lawned garden with a refreshing drink and good food.

Cottages

Bedroom
3
Sleeps
5
Pets
2
Little Birketts Cottage

Little Birketts Cottage

A renovated, unique wooden framed Georgian farmworkers’ cottage with a large garden, views of Leith Hill, a cosy living room and farmhouse kitchen. Little Birketts Cottage near Holmbury St Mary is the ideal place to stay for country walks, to explore Dorking, Guildford and the North Downs. From local wine tasting at Denbie’s vineyard to traditional local pubs and inns all within easy reach of the characterful cottage.

Cottages

Bedroom
2
Sleeps
4
Pets
2
Tanhurst Cottage

Tanhurst Cottage

The fairy tale surroundings of Tanhurst Cottage in Leith Hill are the perfect setting for a romantic couple’s getaway or for families looking to explore the Dorking area with their pooch by their side. Surrounded by extensive gardens, the interior is homely and cosy with a Jøtul gas stove for extra comfort on cold nights when cosying up by the exposed brick fireplace when a glass of your favourite wine and TV show is on the cards. The cottage itself is a luxurious experience with a large well maintained garden and charming character that runs throughout the property.

Cottages

Bedroom
2
Sleeps
4
Pets
2

Accommodation with hot tubs

Surrey cottage breaks have a selection of properties that come with a hot tub included. It’s a little touch of luxury that will make your break away extra special. Chill on the patio relaxing in the bubbles – it’s the perfect way to unwind on holiday.

Cottages Near the city

Surrey is an affluent area in the South of England with great access to the capital if you fancy a day out. You are also only an hour’s drive from Worthing and Brighton if you want to spend time by the sea. But with the county's historical towns and pretty villages to visit, we bet you won’t miss the beach at all.

Cheap Weekend Breaks

Recharge your batteries with a cheap weekend break away in Surrey. With holiday homes to suit all budgets, you can enjoy a short holiday without breaking the bank.

1-2 Night Self Catering

If you have a night or two free, why not spend it in Surrey exploring this beautiful area. Choose a cottage with self-catering facilities so you can cook up your favourite evening meal.

Romantic Stays

Treat the one you love to a romantic few days in Surrey. Idyllic villages and riverside towns will provide the setting you want for a special break away to remember.

About Surrey Holidays With Dogs

Spend a holiday in Surrey for long walks in the countryside with your dog. There’s the Surrey Downs, Box Hill and Virginia Water – each place is beautiful and offers something unique for visitors. 

The list of interesting places to visit include Farnham, Epsom and Chertsey, plus the university town of Guildford is packed with fun things to do. 

For a day sightseeing in London, hop on the train and you’ll be in the centre in under an hour. When it comes to choosing a place to stay with man’s best friend, you can have your pick of accommodation. 

From park lodges to thatched country cottages, there is everything you need and more.

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Surrey, in the south of England, is sandwiched between London and the Sussex coast, so you have plenty to do whichever way you head. 

In the county itself, you can tour country estates, ancient castles and formal gardens. Or head to Box Hill, home of the 2012 road cycling race – the views from the top are out of this world. 

Epsom Downs surrounds the well-known racecourse, and you could get a peek at the horses as they train if you go for a walk early in the morning. 

Or wander along the canals at Farnham to see water birds and wildlife beside the towpaths. There are several things to do with your dog in Surrey – here are just a few of them:

Activities & Things to Do

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Visit Waverley Abbey

Nestled on the edge of the River Wey, Waverley Abbey was the first Cistercian monastery founded in the UK. The ruins that are left of this 12th-century abbey are picturesque with many Gothic arches and the original dining hall remaining. A couple of information boards tell visitors about the history of the site – it’s fascinating stuff. The grounds stretch along the river and are lovely to stroll around. Dogs are allowed to walk here with you as long as they stay on a lead.

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See The Art At The Sculpture Park In Churt

A 10-acre woodland is home to hundreds of outdoor sculptures created by 300 contemporary artists. Explore the 2-mile trail as a family, including the dog, and pick out your favourite sculpture from fountains, deer, dragons, abstract shapes and heads. The exhibits are always changing and many of them are for sale if you want your own artwork for the garden. The park is open all year round.

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Hike Around the Epsom Downs

The Epsom Downs surrounds the famous racecourse and goes on for miles and miles. You can walk with man’s best friend for a short while, or spend most of the day there enjoying the peace and quiet. Some areas of the Downs are used to exercise the racehorses and doggies must be kept on a lead in these spots, but there is lots of space to let them run off-leash too, just keep an eye out for the signs.

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Climb The Tower Of Guildford Castle

In the heart of Guildford, there’s a handsome castle with a tower that’s been painstakingly restored. For a small fee, visitors can climb up to the top and take in the far-reaching views. Doggies can scale the fortification too – it’s easier on 4 legs. And when you have seen everything inside, a walk in the gardens is a must, they are beautifully planted and full of colour no matter what season it is.

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Learn About Wine At Denbies Vineyard

As one of the largest producers of wine in England, Denbies are the experts when it comes to a bottle of vino. Visitors are welcome to tour the estate – there’s even a land train to catch for a tour if you book. Denbies offer different tours, events and tastings throughout the year so check the what’s on page to see what is happening when you’re in the area. Dogs can tour the outside areas – which go on for acres – but aren’t permitted indoors.

6

Take A Cruise Along The Thames

At Chertsey Meads, you can hire a boat for 2 to 12 people – and doggies are welcome onboard as well. Self-drive your way along the water spotting birds and mammals as you go. Hire your chosen vessel for an hour or all day – and the boats come with shade or cover so you can venture out whatever the weather.

7

Walk On Witley Common

Witley Common is spawling heathland in an area of Scientific Interest. Crossed with footpaths, it’s the place to go for some time away from the hustle and bustle. A short nature trail is ideal for a family ramble, with a longer marked route of 3 miles if you want something a little more challenging. Take a picnic and enjoy time outside for a while.

The Last Word

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If you like to spend time outdoors roaming across heathland or walking the dog beside a canal, then our dog friendly cottages in Surrey are for you. 

Book your ideal holiday home – there are plenty to choose from that welcome pooches to stay – and pack your suitcase, we know you’re going to have a great holiday. 

Visit market towns such as Dorking or Godalming, or Guildford for the theatre, museums and shopping. With a selection of things to do in every part of the country, Surrey is an ideal place for a break away from home.

More Places To Stay

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