MyPawsOn.com has been researching some of London’s best dog friendly places to eat and we wanted to share our favourites with you.
London has with some of the best eateries in the world. However, you need to know where can you go with your pooch that is dog friendly to be sure of a warm welcome and fabulous food?
As a dog owner it is really encouraging to find more and more places are happy to accept dogs and many now readily provide water and treats (often before I get my drink!).
And so to our article on the best dog friendly budget hotels in the South East. Last time we looked at accommodation in Yorkshire and the Humber. We’ve hand-selected a few of the region’s best value, best-reviewed hotels, B&Bs and inns just for you. When you and your dog fancy a jaunt away from home, now you know where to go!
We’ve searched high and low for the accommodation that makes both you and your pup welcome. These are dog-lovers holidays, for those who love to walk in the countryside, swim in the sea and explore the beautiful villages and towns of the UK.
We have been taking a look at the best dog friendly budget hotels in Yorkshire and the Humber.
When dog-lovers go on holiday, it’s always a treat if we can take our favourite furry friend along for the ride! What’s more, this is becoming more acceptable across the UK, as hotels wise-up to the wishes of dog lovers.
So MyPawsOn thought it was time to turn our expertise into useful articles to help you plan your hols. Hence we’ve created a list of our best dog friendly budget hotels in Yorkshire and the Humber!
You really should visit the Yorkshire Dales with your dog.
I’m sure they say that Yorkshire is know as “DOGS” own county and it is certainly a destination your dog will love.
One of England’s most picturesque areas with plenty of open space and gorgeous landscapes, the Yorkshire Dales has a lot to offer the dog owner who enjoys the great outdoors with their furry companion. Clean rivers, tranquil valleys, woodland walks and quaint villages can all be found here. Along with the area’s well-known limestone hills, spectacular waterfalls, historic sites, and meadows filled with wildflowers. Not forgetting of course rabbits and squirrels !!!