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PetsPyjamas: The Dog-Friendly Travel Experts

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PetsPyjamas is proud to be the UK’s no 1 dog-friendly travel expert, creating amazing experiences for all furry friends and family at thousands of truly dog-friendly hotels, houses, and cottages with exclusive packages you just won’t find anywhere else. And with PetsPyjamas, dogs travel free, saving you up to £25 a night, with a 24/7 Vet Line and access to our Priority Paws VIP club for fabulous treats, offers, and upgrades.

They are the fastest-growing, unique travel and lifestyle brand, putting people and their pets at the heart of everything we do and offering dog travel inspiration. 

But don’t just take our word for it – they’ve won awards for their service, innovation, and content with a loyal customer base of dog owners and their best pup friends. By way of example, here’s their 2024 guide to the dog-friendly UK hot spots: 

Yorkshire Dales

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The Dales are known for their stunning landscapes, historic towns, and rich cultural heritage – the place for an escape unlike anywhere else.

Spend the day exploring Bolton Abbey and the banks of the River Wharfe before enjoying their ‘12 Days of Christmas’ festive trail and popping by the twinkling Christmas village in Strid Wood for wreath making. 

Don’t miss sampling “Yorkshire Tapas” at Harrogate local eatery, or head to the plant-to-plate experience at dog-friendly Paradise Food. Try the Devonshire Arms Hotel Taste of the Dales feasting experience with homegrown fruit and vegetables from their kitchen garden it is well as being the ideal place to stay.

New Forest

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Escape to the New Forest this winter to discover all the magic it has to offer. Grab your unique festive gifts at the Lymington Craft and Gift Market, showcasing the creations of local makers before enjoying warming mulled wine at the Ship Inn on the cobbled harbor. 

Paddle to meet Santa with Christmas Canoeing in Beaulieu on a wonderful guided tour before hot drinks and mince pies back on the shore.

From the doorstep of The Montagu Arms Hotel, the perfect place to stay, explore miles of beautiful forest trails before settling in for a cosy evening at The Terrace. The menu draws inspiration from the incredible surroundings of the New Forest.

Lake District

This beautiful North West gem has an abundance of magnificent views, glacial lakes, and history, including stone circles and world-famous literary figures.

For fit dogs and humans, scale the Old Man of Coniston trail for fabulous mountain scenery and views, or stargaze under the night sky at the Cumbria Dark Skies festival at a series of events in November, including a full moon swim for the brave.

Add to the itinerary a trip on the iconic ‘La’al Ratty’. The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway is dog-friendly and one of the oldest heritage steam trains in England. 

Explore the delights of the Lake District from The Coniston Inn. Try their delicious seasonal menu, a former resting stop for Charles Darwin!

Falmouth 

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Serene sunsets and quiet beaches await this winter in Falmouth. Flanked by St Michael’s subtropical gardens, Gyllyngvase Beach is a jewel for sunrise walks and cold water swims before Cornish-grown breakfast at Brasserie on the Bay. 

Stretch your legs along the stunning coastal path from Falmouth to Maenporth. Look out for the shipwreck in the sand at Maenporth. 

Visit the magical Trebah Gardens for the Creatures of the Night Trail and Fish and Chip Fridays on various dates over November and December. 

Throughout December, join the celebrations at the Falmouth Christmas Tree Festival. Local community groups each decorate a tree with the theme of “peace and joy,” with the grand switch-on party on the 3rd. PetsPyjamas recommend a stay at St Michaels Resort & Spa.

Stroud 

Nestled in the heart of the Cotswolds, Stroud is the perfect place to explore the enchanting patchwork of quaint villages and rolling hills.  

Selsley Common is home to the Bronze Age burial mound ‘the Toots’, but it’s the view over the River Severn and Malvern Hills into Wales that will take your breath away. 

The Batsford Arboretum is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and rare trees, and from December 1st, the Elves are on the run, so be sure to take part in their big Elf Hunt! 

Every Saturday, peruse the award-winning Stroud Farmers Market and make sure to check out the lineup at the Sub Rooms for everything from Flamenco Classes to Kim Wilde’s winter tour. 

End the day with a hot chocolate and a homemade cake in front of the log fire at The Bear of Rodborough, where you should also rest your weary head. 


The PetsPyjamas Promise

A truly, dog-welcoming experience. Expect your dog to receive as warm a welcome as you!

VIP benefits including FREE NIGHTS!*

Because you and your dog deserve a treat 

Donation to an animal welfare charity from every booking 

All dogs deserve a happy and healthy life

Dogs stay free 

Saving you up to £25 a night

Exclusive PetsPyjamas Packages

From doggie afternoon tea to dog-friendly spa breaks

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