10 Stylish Dog Friendly Hotels for Your Autumn Getaway
There’s no doubt about it, autumn is one of our favourite times of year. Whether it’s watching your pup play in the crunchy golden leaves, or a warming glass of red by the fire with your faithful friend at your feet (or on your lap if they fit!), it’s the perfect excuse to get cosy and indulge life’s simple pleasures.
Autumn is also the perfect time for a mini-break. With the summer crowds dispersing and so much beautiful countryside to explore, you are truly spoilt for choice. To get you feeling inspired for your next getaway, we are sharing 10 of our favourite dog friendly hotels in the UK where both you and your pup will be welcomed in style.
From an eclectic pub with rooms in Oxfordshire to a decadent Berkshire estate fit for royalty, there’s something for every hound and their human.
For all out luxury, you can not miss a stay at this elegant country estate. Canine guests can opt for their Doggy Divine Package, including a bespoke dog bed, doggy menu and ‘pawsecco’ to sip on. Yes, really! BOOK NOW.
Set in an 18th-century coaching Inn, this is a charming dog friendly hotel in the New Forest National Park is a must for all walkers. You and your faithful friend can embark on endless adventures through miles of ancient woodlands, before enjoying the great food and hospitality. BOOK NOW.
The Horn of Plenty has become one of Devon’s best-loved addresses for over 50 years. With beautiful accommodation, stunning views, a 2 AA rosette restaurant, plus miles of stunning countryside to explore with your dog, it’s a top pick for your autumn escape! BOOK NOW.
Meghan Markle chose to stay at this iconic luxury hotel the night before her wedding, and it’s easy to see why. Nestled within 376 acres of stunning National Trust parkland, the former home of royalty is dog friendly hotel full of majesty and style. BOOK NOW.
Recently named as the Good Hotel Guide’s best Hotel with Gardens, Lords of the Manor is set in 8 acres of lawns and grandiose gardens. Your luxurious dog friendly room comes with comfortable blankets, tasty treats and a range of toys to enjoy during your stay. BOOK NOW.
This boutique bolthole is a former 15th century mill, nestled on the River Teign in the stunning Dartmoor National Park. A dog owner’s delight, you can explore miles of stunning Devonshire countryside and superbly friendly service. BOOK NOW.
The Feathers is a chic dog friendly town house hotel in Woodstock, next-door to Blenheim Palace. Step off the street in this pretty Cotswold market town and into a welcoming pet friendly hotel with great food and stylish furnishings. BOOK NOW.
You and your dog will have have 90 acres of rustic countryside to call your own during your stay at this 5-star hotel. Borrow a pair of Dubarrys from the Boot Room and explore the Cotswold Way, or just sit back in one of the many lounges with a glass of their very own Ellenborough Park gin. BOOK NOW.
With its stunning countryside location, stylish rooms and delicious British cuisine, this luxury dog friendly hotel in Suffolk is the perfect place for an indulgent doggie getaway. Sat within 38-acres of pretty manicured lawns and woodlands, your hound will love to roam and explore. BOOK NOW.
Are you planning a doggy getaway with your pup this autumn? Tell us where you plan to go in the comments below!
Sara is the Founder & Editor of StyleTails. A writer, design-lover and long-time animal-hugger, Sara launched StyleTails in 2012 to inspire people live a more beautiful life with their four-legged friends. Along with her canine sidekick George, a rescue Yorkie with a big attitude, Sara regularly commentates on luxury pet product and lifestyle trends and has been featured in Elle Decoration, BBC Radio, and is also an expert contributor to WGSN, the leading design trend forecaster.
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