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Dog Friendly Hotels North West England

Low Wood Bay Dog Friendly Hotel North West England by Lake Windermere

The North West of England is an amazing place to take your dog away on holiday. For example, you can share some of the UK’s most spectacular scenery in the Lake District, immerse yourself in the music and history of the great cities of Liverpool and Manchester or just kick back and relax as you explore the hidden gems of the region’s beautiful countryside and coast.

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

Explore Dog Friendly Hotels in the North West

The North West offers an incredible range of inspirational holiday options for you and your dog. You can visit Cheshire, with its stately-homes and lovely market towns, Chester, with its famous zoo, and Lancashire, where you’ll find colourful sea-side towns such as Blackpool to enjoy. And then there’s all the beautiful countryside to explore. Why not set your dog a real challenge and tackle some of the high peaks of the Lake District, such as Scafell Pike and Helvellyn? Or you could just take a gentle stroll by one of the Lakes – Windermere is lovely, any time of year.

Your dog will love exploring the beautiful gardens at the dog friendly Wordsworth Hotel in the North West of England

The Wordsworth Hotel

A country house hotel that provides the perfect mix of comfort and luxury, the Wordsworth is a wonderful base from which you and your dog can explore the natural beauty of the Lake District. This is an indulgent treat of a hotel that offers a luxurious organic spa, a swimming pool and a beautiful restaurant that offers an award-winning menu. Surrounded by beautiful mountains this is the place for you and your pet to recharge your batteries and then head out for some real Lakeland adventures.

Your dog can join you for an alfresco lunch on the terrace at Willington Hall, a dog friendly hotel in North West England

Willington Hall

Cheshire is a county as famous for its cheese and it is for its beautiful countryside, towns and villages. Willington Hall makes the perfect base from which to explore all that this lovely corner of the country has to offer. The hotel offers friendly service and beautiful, individually decorated rooms. You’ll find accommodation of real character, that features carefully-chose antique furniture and offers lovely views.

The striking entrance to Overwaterhall Dog Friendly Hotel in the North West

Overwater Hall

Named as one of the ‘Top 10 Places to Stay with your Dog’ by the Telegraph newspaper, Overwater Hall is a great choice for anyone holidaying with a pet.

They love their dogs at Overwater Hall in the North East of England and this little black lab pup is very much enjoying the view from the grand pillared entrance stairs

As a mark of just how welcome dogs are, all four-legged guests receive a home-made dog biscuit as a welcome treat. The hotel itself is really palatial. An elegant 18th century country house, it is surrounded by 18 acres of gardens – perfect for walkies. Beyond the hotel’s gardens are all of the beautiful mountains and valleys of Cumbria – truly a dog-walker’s paradise.

Discover the best dog friendly hotels and deals on Trip Advisor 

The above selection is a just a small pick of the dog friendly hotels in the North West 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 West 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.



For dog friendly pubs and restaurants, shops and other attractions, Manchester and Liverpool can’t be beaten – especially if you and your pooch are pop and rock and roll fans. Both cities are also geared up for dog walkers. For example, in Liverpool you can parade your pooch in the beautifully regenerated Royal Albert docks area, or go for walkies in Sefton Park. In Manchester, why not take your dog for a run in Heaton Park (the largest municipal park in Europe) or dash through the woodland and meadows of Clifton Country Park?


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