Looking for low-cost pet-friendly lodging? Planning a last-minute trip or a weekend break that's perfect for you and your furry friend? Whatever the reason, these pet friendly destinations are sure to please you and Fido alike.
Last-minute pet friendly accommodation
If you're looking to get away with your 4-legged friend without committing months in advance, we've got you covered. Check out these ideas for last-minute pet friendly lodging and get ready to get packing.
Eleventh-hour accommodation in Bournemouth
A great option for last-minute escapes for humans and non-humans alike, Bournemouth boasts striking 19th-century architecture and plenty of beachfront along the English Channel. Book a holiday rental in one of the city's famous Victorian buildings, then leash up your pup and head to the dog-friendly beaches by Poole Harbour. After a day on the shore, you can drop your doggo back at your holiday home and head out into the city's buzzing nightlife scene for dinner, drinks, dancing and more.
Dog friendly digs in the Lake District
Easily accessible from throughout much of the UK, the Lake District is another great option for pet-friendly lodging on short notice. Here, you'll find cottages and cabins with fenced-in yards for your pooch, and many offer outdoor areas to rinse off muddy paws after a day exploring the walking and hiking paths in Lake District National Park. Book Lake District holiday lettings check out waterfront areas like Windermere and Coniston Water, where you'll find plenty of space where your furry friend can let loose off-leash.
Weekend breaks for you and your dog
Only have a weekend free for your pet friendly escape? Then you're in luck – 2 nights is just enough time to explore these great weekend destinations from a pet friendly holiday home.
Pooch-approved weekend breaks in western Wales
If it's a waterfront getaway you're after, leash up your pup and head to the charming fishing villages in western Wales's Pembrokeshire county. You'll find loads of pet-friendly accommodation in the area, from holiday cottages to cosy villa rentals. From your holiday home, you'll have easy access to Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, a sprawling reserve with miles of dog-friendly walking paths, as well as rolling moorland and rugged cliffs overlooking the Irish Sea.
Peak experiences in Sheffield and the Peak District
Another popular choice for visitors travelling with their pets, bustling Sheffield lies just east of the moorland and valleys of the Peak District. Dog friendly accommodation abounds in town, and you can find a number of spacious holiday lettings in residential areas with amenities like fenced-in yards and kitchens. Explore the city's arts and culture scene, including destinations like the Millennium Gallery and the Kelham Island Museum. Just a quick trip from your Sheffield holiday rental, Peak District National Park offers plenty of hiking trails that you can enjoy with your furry friend.
Low-cost pet friendly getaways
If you're on the hunt for a pet-friendly holiday that won't break the bank, these destinations are right up your alley. From northern Scotland to the North York Moors, you'll find lots of options for great budget-friendly escapes custom tailored for you and your pooch.
Dog friendly accommodation in wonderful, waterfront Whitby
A charming village on the North Sea, Whitby boasts loads of outdoor activities, worthwhile sights and plenty of pet-centric holiday lettings. Book a low-cost holiday rental in town for easy access to the Gothic ruins of Whitby Abbey, which inspired Bram Stoker's "Dracula," as well as plenty of sandy shoreline along West Cliff Beach. A short trip away, North York Moors National Park offers several walking trails that are well suited to dogs, including coastside, forest and moorland paths.
Doggone good lodging near Cairngorms National Park
Boasting 1,748 square miles of mountains and foothills, Cairngorms National Park in northern Scotland is a popular destination for dog owners thanks to its miles of dog-friendly footpaths. Holiday lodging in the area includes plenty of pet-friendly options, and you'll find a number of shops, eateries and pubs nearby that welcome 4-legged visitors, too. Many of the park's trails allow well-behaved dogs to stroll off leash, so you and Fido can both get all the exercise you want as you wander throughout the park.