Dog friendly holidays in The Midlands

The Midlands

Including Derbyshire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands County & Worcestershire

Pets are welcome at Point Cottage in Herefordshire

Point Cottage

Preston-on-Wye, HEREFORD, Herefordshire, HR2

Self Catering, sleeps 4
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Point Cottage is a traditional dog friendly holiday cottage on the edge of a village close to Hereford. Ideal place to stay for Hay-on-Wye too

Dog friendly campsites and touring caravan sites

Cool Camping

UK & Europe Wide

Campsites

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Cool Camping offer a wide range of dog friendly campsites and glamping across the UK and Europe

dog friendly Best Western Hotels

Best Western Hotels & Resorts

UK Wide

Hotel

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Best Western Hotels & Resorts are ideal for trips away with your four-legged friend, from the beaches of Pembrokeshire to the epic trails of the Peak District.

Rural Roosts - dog friendly lodges in Lincolnshire

Rural Roosts

Stainfield , MARKET RASEN, Lincolnshire, LN8 5JJ

Self Catering
Dog Type & Number: 2 large
Dogs Free: £15 pd

Rural Roosts are luxury self catering dog friendly lodges in Lincolnshire on the banks of a fishing lake.Ideal for a romantic short break or family holiday.

BreakFree Holidays

BreakFree Holidays

UK & Europe Wide

Holiday Parks, , Boating, Camping & Touring and Hotels

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

BreakFree Holidays have fantastic dog friendly holidays around the UK and Europe from your favourite big holiday brands

14 Washbrook Way on a holiday park in The Peak District is dog friendly

Washbrook Way

Fenny Bentley, ASHBOURNE, Derbyshire, DE6 1LE

Self catering, sleeps 6

Dog Type & Number: 4
Dogs Free: Yes

A luxury dog friendly caravan situated on a holiday park in the Peak District with fantastic walks from the door – an ideal place to stay and explore the area

Away Resorts Holiday Parks

Away Resorts

UK Wide

Holiday Parks & Touring Pitches
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Away Resorts have some great dog friendly holiday parks with some parks having the option for camping and touring throughout England and Wales

Haven - dog friendly holiday parks in the UK

Haven Holidays

UK Wide

Holiday Parks & Touring Pitches
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: No

Haven Holidays have some great dog friendly holiday parks with some parks having the option for camping and touring throughout the UK

Dog friendly Owl Cottage in Warwickshire

Owl Cottage

Napton-on-the-Hill, Southam, Warwickshire, CV47

Self Catering, sleeps 2
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Surrounded by Warwickshire countryside, this dog friendly holiday cottage near Southam is ideal for a romantic short break with your dogs.

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Want to go on dog friendly holidays in The Midlands, so that all of your family members can go? 

We are sure to have something for you as pets are welcome at all of the properties here. There are great self catering cottages, holiday parks and campsites to stay at. If you prefer to take things a little easier, try one of the many dog friendly B&B’s or hotels? Wherever you go, one thing is sure – your pets are welcome!

Dog Friendly Derbyshire

Whatever the weather, whatever the season, Derbyshire with the beautiful Peak District is a lovely place to visit. It doesn’t matter, whether it be for a long holiday or just a short break. There is plenty to visit, such as the Derbyshire Dales National Nature Reserve or Matlock for the Peak Railway. As for walking, the Peak District National Park will give you plenty of opportunity for that.

Dog Friendly Lincolnshire

If you fancy visiting Lincolnshire with your dog, you’re in for a treat. England’s second largest county is an outstanding area of ever-changing landscapes and exciting scenery. Try the towers of Lincoln Cathedral or the beautiful stone town of Stamford. What about the rolling Lincolnshire Wolds or the breathtaking Skegness coastline? Lincolnshire is a must visit UK holiday destination with lots of dog friendly activities.

Dog Friendly Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire has strong links with nobility and has a wide range of stately homes and gardens for you to visit. Some may welcome dogs to parts of the grounds so it is always worth checking before you visit. However Northamptonshire isn’t all about Stately Homes and bustling cities. A short drive can take you to one of its beautiful Country Parks, including Barnwell Country Park, Brampton Valley Way and Brixworth Country Park. Here you can enjoy a few hours strolling through some of the wonderful countryside that Northamptonshire has to offer. For those who prefer more of an adrenaline fuelled or lively holiday? Don’t forget that within the county are Alton Towers, Silverstone Circuit, Whipsnade Wild Animal Park, Santa Pod Raceway and Gullivers Land to name but a few.

Dog Friendly Shropshire

Shropshire – did you know that Charles Darwin developed his inquisitive mind here in his home town of Shrewsbury? The Industrial Revolution started in Ironbridge (one of Shropshire’s World Heritage Sites)? The modern Olympics drew their very creation, not from Athens but, from the little market town of Much Wenlock?  This hopefully will whet your appetite to just a little of what the county of Shropshire has to offer.  

As you can gather, there are numerous museums and castles to visit. Much of the charm also lies in the unspoilt nature of the area and walks in beautiful countryside for you and your dog are many and varied.   For a good day out walking, why not take the dog onto part of Offa’s Dyke? The good news is there’s bound to be a well placed country pub not far from the walk offering welcoming hospitality, a hearty meal and proper ale.

Dog Friendly Staffordshire

Whenever I think of Staffordshire, I think of pottery. However, Staffordshire is so much more than that! There’s the Peak District with it’s stunning scenery and great outdoor activities and adventures. A great destination for walkers, cyclists and the like. Cannock Chase is the UK’s smallest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Great for taking it easy and enjoying the beautiful landscape, history and wildlife. If you prefer something a little more active, there is plenty of walking, cycling or pony trekking to do in the area.

Fancy some history? There is plenty to choose from, such as Lichfield with its stunning cathedral, museums and heritage attractions; Newcastle-under-Lyme has the New Vic Theatre, museum and market 6 days a week, which dates back to 1173; Stafford has an historic castle, Shugborough Estate, museums, galleries and plenty of family attractions too; Tamworth was the home of Mercian Kings, so a visit to the 900 year old castle is worth a visit. Or try a ghost hunting expedition. Finally, a trip to the World Capital of Ceramics – Stoke-on-Trent. Here there are plenty of ceramic museums, pottery factory shops and tours too.

There are idyllic villages and market towns to be discovered in Staffordshire too. Many with delightful tearooms and dog friendly pubs. Speaking of pubs, there is always a visit to Burton-on-Trent to taste beer if that takes your fancy. Are antiques your thing? Then antique hunting in Leek is a must!

Dog Friendly Worcestershire

Take your dog to Worcestershire and be spoilt by the huge choice of days out in the Worcestershire countryside. Whether you fancy a day out on the Malvern Hills, a walk through one of the Country Parks such as Kingsford Forest Park or a gentle amble on one of the numerous nature trails.

A trip on the Severn Valley Railway is a great day out for young and old alike. Of course enjoying a pint and lunch in one of Worcestershire’s dog friendly country pubs is a must!  West Midland Safari Park is an enjoyable day out for the family and one of the best known tourist hot spots in the county. There are however plenty of smaller wildlife centres for those looking to see less exotic animals.

We hope that you have some great dog friendly holidays in The Midlands. 

To find a list of dog friendly pubs and cafes, please click here.

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