Dog friendly holidays in South East England

South East

Including Kent, Sussex, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire & Isle of Wight

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

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

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.

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 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

Black Prince Holidays logo

Black Prince

UK Wide

Self catering narrowboats, sleeps 2 – 10

Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Black Prince offer dog friendly narrowboat holidays with locations across the UK. Enjoy strolling along the canal paths with your dogs, or sit on board and watch the world go by.

Sykes Cottages welcome dogs in the their properties throughout the UK

Sykes Cottages

UK Wide

Self Catering Agency
Dog Type & Number: Varies by property.
Dogs Free: Yes

Sykes Cottages offer dog friendly holidays throughout The UK, whether you are looking for coastal or countryside properties.

Nutley Edge Cottages in Sussex are dog friendly

Nutley Edge Cottages

Horney Common, UCKFIELD, East Sussex, TN22 3EE

Self Catering, sleeps 3 – 8
Dog Type & Number: 2 large
Dogs Free: No

Nutley Edge is a rural dog friendly property overlooking Ashdown Forest. Two large dogs are welcome and the cottages sleep 3 – 8. Set on 11 acres near the village of Nutley, with Uckfield just 4 miles away. Perfect for couples, families or groups.

Woodmancote Lodge in Sussex welcomes dogs

Woodmancote Lodge

Linchmere, HASLEMERE, West Sussex, GU27

Self Catering, sleeps 3
Dog Type & Number: 2
Dogs Free: Yes

Ideally positioned for exploring the South Downs National Park, Woodmancote Lodge is a lovely dog friendly lodge for a romantic break with its own sauna.

Want to go on dog friendly holidays in South East England, 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 Sussex

Where to begin with Sussex. Just mentioning BrightonEastbourneHastingsLewes and Worthing will bring up pictures of the Great British seaside holiday on the South Coast.  As most are aware, the beaches, entertainment and dog friendly accommodation associated with these areas are fantastic. However, there is so much more to Sussex than just beaches.

WWT Arundel, Brighton Sealife Centre, The Royal Pavilion and numerous museums are all great for a day out. This is just an extremely small taster of what Sussex has to offer. It probably explains why so many people visit the area year after year.

Dog Friendly Oxfordshire

Famous for the Dreaming Spires of Oxford to the stunning countryside that surrounds, there is something to do in the Cotswold county of Oxfordshire whatever the British weather throws at you.  If you fancy a historic day out, Blenheim Palace has to be on your list of places to visit.  A drive out into the countryside brings you to numerous picturesque little villages. With cricket greens and pubs galore you could be forgiven for thinking you’d seen some of these villages on TV detective programmes. In fact you probably have!  For fans of Midsomer Murders, there’s even a tour you can go on.  The more energetic may fancy spending their holiday taking their dog on a long section of the Oxfordshire Way. Whilst for an easier option there are canals and footpaths abound for dog walks in the stunning Oxfordshire countryside.

Dog Friendly Hampshire

Hampshire is just waiting to be discovered by you and your dogs. There is a whole host of activities to do and things to see. Walking round the New Forest is sure to be something that delights your pet. Numerous attractions welcome dogs as do beaches, although so only do so at certain times of the year.

Dog Friendly Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is considered to be one of the most dog friendly place to stay in the UK. There is, of course, plenty of walking for you and your dog to do around the island. Over 500 miles of footpaths, but also beaches for you to relax on and your dog to race along. There are also plenty of attractions that you can take your dog to.

Dog Friendly Home Counties

The Home Counties surround London and provide a fantastic base for trips into the Capital. They can be a stand alone holiday destination for you and your dog. Spectacular countryside abounds with Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty for walking and cycling. The Surrey Hills and the Chilterns spread across Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire. Leisure and outdoor activities are widely available in the country parks and green spaces of Garden Cities and New Towns.

We hope that you have some great dog friendly holidays in South East England.

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