Five Dog-Friendly Destinations You Need to Know About
Plan the perfect pooch-friendly break
No. 1 By Guesthouse, York
York’s bougiest boutique hotel with subterranean spa, bikes to borrow in reception and cosy bar is so dog friendly it has a dog walker on hand to take your dog out for an early morning stroll if you want to luxuriate in a much-needed lie-in.
The Rose & Crown, Romaldkirk
A welcoming 18th century coaching inn serving great food, with a welcoming bar where dogs are so welcome there’s even a dog ‘hall of fame’.
Rothay Manor, Ambleside
This white washed boutique country house retreat has 19 lavish bedrooms including several in the new Pavilion which are dog friendly and come equipped with a comfy dog bed, towel, bowl, treats and doggy bags. Dogs are welcomed in the hotel with the exception of the main restaurant (there is a cosy dogfriendly dining room) and there’s even a dedicated dog shower – perfect for a post walk wash down.
High Force Hotel, Middleton-in-Teesdale
There are 10 individually-designed bedrooms to choose from at this white-washed, 18th century hotel, all with luxury linen, ensuite shower or bath and plenty of doggie treats for any four-legged-friend you bring along for the stay. Dogs are also allowed in the woodpanelled dining room and the cosy bar.
The Lister Arms, Malham
This 17th century coaching inn is the perfect base from which to explore the surrounding Dales, before enjoying some delicious home-cooked food and awardwinning cask ales in the lively (dog-friendly) bar where treats are readily handed out to well behaved hounds.