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Dog Friendly Hotels South East England

The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne is a dog friendly hotel, South East England

Undoubtedly one of the sunniest and warmest regions in the UK, the South East of England offers a diverse range of landscapes, scenery and activities for you and your dog to explore.

If you are planning your next break in this region, why not take a moment to browse our handy round-up of luxury, dog friendly hotels in South East England on Trip Advisor. This will allow you to read reviews, compare prices and get the best deal for your next holiday with your dog.

Dog Friendly Hotels South East England

Dog friendly hotels in South East England stretch from Oxfordshire to Sussex and Kent to Hampshire. No two regions are the same with each area favoured for its unique qualities. Popular visitor destinations include the historic and royal city of Windsor, majestic Oxford and bustling Brighton with its colourful Lanes, beach and most recent addition of the British Airways i360, 162-metre observation tower on the town’s seafront.

Walk your dog in the beautiful river side setting of the dog friendly Oakley Court Hotel, Windsor.

Oakley Court, Windsor.

Dog friendly hotels include the Oakley Court in Windsor where dogs are allowed in all areas of the hotel except the dining room. On arrival, your pet will be welcomed with a toy and a treat and to ensure you can travel as lightly as possible, they will provide a bed, blanket and bowl.

Dog Friendly bedroom with beautiful sea views at the Grand Hotel, Eastbourne

Grand Hotel, Eastbourne.

The Grand Hotel in Eastbourne boasts a formidable reputation as England’s only five-star seaside hotel. It’s only right that your dog receives 5 star hospitality too. Dogs staying at The Grand stay on a dinner, bed and bowl package. Food is supplied from Arden Grange, a UK family business providing nutritious, non-GM and additive ingredients. If required, chef will be happy to prepare pre-ordered dinner using ingredients forming part of your dog’s regular diet and room service will ensure that your pet is delivered their meal at their usual feeding time. Their pet concierge will be delighted to recommend local dog-friendly pubs in the area.

Pet friendly suites with private terrace at Ashdown Park

Ashdown Park, Sussex.

The beautiful Ashdown Park in Sussex, welcomes dogs with open paws. Their dog friendly hotel rooms have French doors which open directly onto the parkland. Each room has its own private terrace with outdoor furniture. Your dog will receive its own dog basket, blanket and bowls and they too are served Arden Grange dog food for dinner. With a 186 acre estate to explore, your dog will have a great time exploring the grounds with you.

The majority of hotels charge a fee for dogs staying. These vary from venue to venue so be sure to check this out at time of booking.

The above is a mere, tiny suggestion of the dog friendly hotels to explore on Trip Advisor. Why not dive right in and find yourself the best deal using their price comparison tools and take a moment to read the reviews.

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You’ll never be short of places to walk with your dog. South East England provides excellent dog walking opportunities from parklands, woodlands, country parks and countless dog friendly beaches.

As you explore the area, there is no need to leave your dog in your hotel. There are plenty of dog friendly visitor attractions only too happy to welcome your four-legged friend. Here are a few suggestions:

Mottisfont Abbey Garden
Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest, Kent
Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard, East Sussex
Watercress Line heritage railway, Hampshire
Borde Hill, West Sussex – 200 acre of parkland
Chiltern Open Air Museum

And Granny Beesley’s sweetshop in Faringdon, Oxfordshire sells ice-cream for dogs!

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