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Dog Friendly Hotels North East England

Doxford Hall and Spa is a Dog Friendly Hotel in Alnwick in the beautiful North East of England

The North East of England is the perfect place to head for a holiday with your dog. It is a region of beautiful rolling countryside, stunning coastal scenery and a wealth of historic buildings for you both to discover. It is dog-walking heaven and will provide you with wonderful memories, whether you’re heading off for a short break or a long family holiday.

To help you plan your trip, we’ve curated a selection of luxurious dog friendly hotels in the North East for you to explore on Trip Advisor. Read the reviews, compare prices and get the best deals.

Dog Friendly Hotels North East England

The North East has an incredible variety of places for you and your dog to explore. You can head out, lead in hand, and walk in the footsteps of the Romans along Hadrian’s Wall, or strike out along the Pennine Way and take in the beauty of the spectacular High Force Waterfall in Teesdale. Or why not head to the Northumberland coast which offers stunning beaches run along and ancient castles to investigate. You could also follow the pilgrim’s trail to the peaceful island of Lindisfarne – a great day out for both you and your four-legged friend.

Slaley Hall, dog friendly hotels North East England

Slaley Hall, Northumberland

This dog-friendly hotel is really something special. A luxuriously appointed Edwardian mansion, it is nestled in amongst some of the most beautiful countryside in the North East. Close to the historic Hadrian’s Wall and the bustling city of Newcastle, it offers the perfect base from which to explore this amazing corner of the country. You and your dog will discover the most beautiful country walks in the hotel’s vast estate, while you and your family will be able to enjoy its luxurious spa and health club and sample the delicious food on offer in its three restaurants.

Eshott Hall is one of the most luxurious dog friendly hotels in North East England

Eshott Hall

Eshott Hall is the perfect dog friendly hotel to choose if you want to explore the beautiful countryside and coastline of Northumberland. The hotel itself offers lots of wonderful indulgences, including an award-winning restaurant, beautiful gardens, for you to stroll in, and luxurious rooms in which you’ll be able to really relax.

MacDonald Linden Hall Dog Friendly Hotel North East England

MacDonald Linden Hall Golf & Country Club

This beautiful 18th Century Manor House Hotel is surrounded by 450 acres of beautiful private grounds and offers the most wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. If you’re a golf-lover, so much the better – the hotel has an 18-hole course for you to enjoy. There’s also an indoor pool, luxury spa and health club and a great restaurant.

TripAdvisor has more dog friendly choices

The above selection is a just a small pick of the dog friendly hotels in the North East that you can explore on Trip Advisor. Why not dive right in and find yourself the best deal using their price comparison tools?

Please note that the majority of hotels in the North East charge a fee for dogs staying. These vary from venue to venue so be sure to check this out at time of booking.

We hope you find the perfect retreat for you and your dog.

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Alongside its stunning countryside, the North East is an amazing destination for anyone who loves cities – for example, you can explore the bustling streets of Newcastle, which offers amazing arts and heritage in multiple venues along the banks of the Tyne. Or visit the historic cathedral city of Durham, where you can climb the 325 steps up the cathedral’s tower to enjoy amazing views to the city’s castle and beyond.

These are just two of the dog-friendly places you can visit. Here are a few more suggestions:

Beamish Open Air Museum
Kielder Forest
Alnwick Castle
Bamburgh Beach and Castle
The Northumberland Coastal Path

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