London has with some of the best eateries in the world. But 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!).
MyPawsOn.com has been researching some of London’s best places to eat with your dog and wanted to share our favourites with you.
And so to the second of our articles on the best budget-friendly, dog-friendly accommodation in the UK (find part one here). This time, MyPawsOn focuses on the South East of the country. 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. (more…)
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! (more…)
Leeds is a vibrant city in West Yorkshire with fantastic shopping areas, loads of museums, interesting architecture and boasting cosmopolitan culture and style.
However, most of that won’t appeal to your dog. So if you are visiting Leeds with your four legged friend let mypawson.com tell you about dog friendly pubs and places to walk.
Take a doggy holiday to remember in Cardiff, where you and your pup can explore the lively city canvas to your hearts content before taking in the glorious natural wonders of the surrounding area.
MyPawsOn.com explores YORK
Whilst most people think about visiting York to see the Minster, the ancient walls and the many fantastic museums, mypawson.com is taking a look at York from a DOGS perspective.
Scotland makes a great holiday destination, and if you only visit one place, then you should make it to Edinburgh. And, of course, you just must take your best friend along with you. Edinburgh is a very dog friendly city, so let’s have a look at some of the highlights you can both enjoy when you take a trip to the city that’s known as the ‘Athens of the North’!
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 his or her 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, historic sites, and meadows filled with wildflowers. Not forgetting of course rabbits and squirrels !!!
Brighton has been named one of the most dog friendly places in all of Britain, so if you are planning a holiday and you want to bring your precious pooch along, this is definitely a destination where you will be able to enjoy the much-needed getaway together. This thriving city offers plenty for humans to do, but there are also ample opportunities for dogs to have a little bit of fun, too. From dog friendly venues to various open spaces where they can run and play while getting some sunshine and fresh air, Brighton has a lot to offer dog owners and their pets.
Continue reading to learn about some of the best places in Brighton where you can enjoy yourself with your beloved furry companion.
Initially I was not that excited about a holiday in Wales, however, my dog was delighted. The wonderful beaches were nearly all dog friendly, plentiful, spacious, and much less crowded so he could run for miles with no fear of him introducing himself to families having a picnic and shaking himself. I am embarrassed to say he did this the first time I took him to a beach. He was just so excited and ran about totally oblivious to my shouts. Fortunately everyone was good natured about this, but it definitely explains why dogs are banned from some beaches in peak holiday season. As they say there is nothing friendlier than a wet dog !