Top Places to Take Your Dog in the UK | Natural rubber Pet Toys

Top Places to Take Your Dog in the UK

Top Places to Take Your Dog in the UK

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When you want to get away, Booking a holiday with a dog was once a huge issue. The good news is that there are plenty of great locations in the UK and more dog-friendly hotels and accommodation to make it much easier than in the past.

If you like long walks, brilliant scenery, and plenty to do, here’s our list of the top places to take your dog.

The Lake District

It’s one of the best locations in the country for a holiday, and you’ll find many owners with dogs milling about by the lakes. There are thousands of different walks and plenty of hotels and guest houses that don’t mind taking in a dog or two. It’s excellent at any time of year, and you can even take your pup for a steamer ride if you want a more relaxing way to travel from A to B.

Snowdonia

Snowdonia has more than enough to keep the average dog and owner happy with its winding roads, magnificent mountains, and beautiful lakes. If you feel up to it, a hike up Wales’ highest peak is a great day out. For those who are a little less energetic, plenty of lakeside walks don’t make those feet too sore.

Oare Marshes

While you must keep your dog on a lead, Oare Marshes is one of the most beautiful walks in Kent and ideal if you also want to do a little birdwatching on the side. With stunning views of the flats, there’s plenty to see all year round. Besides the birds, you can catch sight of Konik horses and grazing cattle if you visit at the right time.

Brean Beach

Head over to Somerset, and one place where you won’t want to miss out on a walk is Brean Beach. It has designated areas for dogs, so you have to keep your eye open, but the large expanse of sand and mudflats make it a great place to run and play ball. There are also plenty of excellent pubs where you can sit outside and catch the sun.

Lizard Peninsula

Way down in Cornwall is the Lizard Peninsula, stunning at any time of year. There are plenty of sights of historical interest as well as a host of beaches and coves that will keep you busy for hours, if not days. The area can often feel like you’ve taken a step back in time, and if you are a wildlife buff, there’s certainly a lot to see and do.

Peddars Way

Peddars Way is a Norfolk footpath steeped in history and stretches for over 40 miles along the coast. There’s some fantastic scenery wherever you take your dog, including an old Roman road, Thetford Priory, and the slightly spooky Grime’s Grave. There are also places to eat along the way, and many welcome owners and their dogs.

Dean Castle Country Park

With over 200 acres to explore, Dean Castle and its surrounding parkland is the perfect day out for your dog. There are brilliant nature trails and some of the most impressive scenery in Scotland to take advantage of. It would be best if you kept your dog on a lead as there may be badgers, roe deer, foxes, and the odd otter wandering about here and there.

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