With Easter just around the corner it's time to think about taking a break away from it all and if you can take your dog with you all the better. There are some lovely pet-friendly places to stay at around the country and a lot of them are found in brilliant locations. Below are four establishments that welcome dogs and other pets with open arms and they happen to be situated in stunning regions of the country that are known to be places of outstanding natural beauty.
Low Nest Farm is a wonderful pet-friendly place to stay that's situated in the Lake District. It's a great base for people who want to explore this beautiful region of the country with their canine companion by their side. It's a family run business that's ideally situated close to Keswick and boasts some of the best dog-friendly walks in the region with the best part being many of them are right on the doorstep. In short, there's no need to get in a car to find a brilliant walk. One of the walks takes you across fields to a beautiful place called Walla Crag which offers splendid views over the western fells and the gorgeous Derwentwater Borrowdale.
Low Nest Farm is a great base for a short Easter break away with your canine companion and there's always a warm welcome in many of the pubs and other establishments found close by which are also pet-friendly establishments.
Cornwall is a lovely part of the country at any time of the year but especially so in the spring and then in the summer. The Hen House offers Bed & Breakfast and dogs are more than welcome although there is a small extra charge for them to stay. The great thing is that if you have one or more canine companions you'd like to take away on a break, The Hen House lets you bring more than one dog and there’s plenty of room both in the doors and outdoors too.
The area is simply spectacular with chocolate box villages dotted around the coastline and inland too. The walks are out of this world which both dogs and their owners would thoroughly enjoy. The Hen House provides a safe fenced off area for dogs to run around and after a nice walk, owners can hose their pets down with the added bonus of there being a laundry room to wash and dry wet towels. The rooms are large offering lots of space for dog beds. There's even a dog-friendly walk guide provided showing the best places to take your dog for a walk in the area.
Hillcrest Guest House and B&B is situated in the lovely region of Denbighshire in North Wales just a short distance from the peaceful market town of Llangollen and they welcome dogs with open arms. Mid Wales is an area of outstanding natural beauty offering some of the best dog walks in Wales. The guest house is ideally located close to many of them which means you don't have to get in the car to find a wonderful trail to explore with a canine companion at your side.
It's a great place to use as a base for a short Easter break away with your canine companion because there's lots to do and see with the best part being that many of the pubs in the area also welcome dogs in their establishments which makes organising a day out that much more enjoyable.
Northern Scotland has a lot to offer which includes some of the best fresh seafood in the country. Peedieranch is situated close to the beautiful northern coast and Dunnet Bay which boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in the region. The B&B welcomes dogs with open arms and offer dog towels and blankets for their four-legged friends to use during their stay. There are lots of wonderful dog walks to be explored whether along the coastline, over the splendid dunes or more inland around the many gorgeous lochs that are situated in the region.
Peedie is a great place to stay because it's a semi-working croft that's ideally situated just five miles outside of Thurso and it's fantastic surfing beach at Thurso East and again, the dog walks along the coastline from this particular area are simply out of this world.