Pet Friendly Holidays

Dog friendly Daisy Meadows offers glamping and doggy day care in Devon

Dog friendly Daisy Meadows offers glamping and doggy day care in Devon

Dog lovers are aware that dogs aren’t always welcome on family holidays, but Daisy Meadows Glamping in Devon is different, welcoming dogs as special guests with its Happy Hounds Doggy Day Crèche.

 

Tina Walters, who has run Daisy Meadows since 2013, is a dog lover who knows how difficult it can be for dog owners to get away on a break. That’s why she set up her doggy day crèche at Daisy Meadows, a safari tent glamping site near the Blackdown Hill’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Devon.

 

Dogs leave wagging their tails after a stay at Macdonald Swan Hotel

Macdonald Swan Hotel, Lake District National Park

Set in the heart of the Lake District National Park, the cosy and inviting Macdonald Swan Hotel offers an excellent break for furry friends and their humans alike. 

Pups and people looking for a place to rest their weary paws after a day’s exploring in the Lake District National Park need look no further. Mentioned in William Wordsworth’spoem "The Waggoner", Macdonald Swan Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the Lake District and has welcomed dogs and owners as far back as 1650.

The relaxing rural retreat is nestled in the Cumbrian countryside, with views across the Fells.


The Headland Hotel

Dog and Hotel reflection in the sea

The dog friendly Headland Hotel, in Newquay, Cornwall, is in the prime location for family holidays. For those with teenage adrenaline junkies, The Headland’s own surfing club, The Surf Sanctuary, offers coaching for activities such as Coasteering (ages 12+) and Kite Surfing (ages 15+). And, located just a stone’s throw away from Newquay’s famous Fistral Beach, you certainly won’t hear any calls of “I’m bored” from the kids. There are also paddle boarding and surfing activities suitable for younger guests.

Furry guests are as welcome as human ones

Sunset at the front of the Kings Head Inn, Llangennith on the Gower Peninsula

Lara Joslin grew up in her family’s pub, The Kings Head Inn, located in Llangennith on the Gower Peninsula. Now a Director of the business, she explains why furry guests are as welcome as human ones

Our dog, Lucy Loo, is one of the most important members of our family. She spends her days working hard greeting guests and their furry friends. We would hate to go on holiday without her, so we don’t think our guests should have to either.