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Dog Friendly Hotels or B&B's

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by jonsav, Apr 6, 2011.


  1. jonsav

    jonsav PetForums Junior

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    This summer we are taking the two dogs to the Lake District, from London where we live.
    However they are not great travellers so I thought I might stop half way overnight somewhere off the A1 in roughly the Lincoln-Sheffield area.
    Does anyone know of any hotels/B&B's that are dog friendly somewhere in that region?
    Thank you, John
     
  2. Ditsy42

    Ditsy42 PetForums VIP

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    Hey John,

    Most travelodges and Hoilday Inn's allow dogs, Premier inn as well, they should tell u on the websites, basic but clean an dog friendly and not too expensive :D
     
  3. jonsav

    jonsav PetForums Junior

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    Thank you for the reply, I will look up the websites.

    What a great footnote you have on your replies. If everybody took note of that the world would be a much better place.
     
  4. 2Hounds

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    Check the charges before you book too, travelodge was £20 per dog per stay last time we used them a while back which is a bit steep, most places its about £5-£10 if they charge extra. Often you have to check with individual hotel if its a chain whether they accept dogs and sometimes "pet friendly" on website means just small dogs in reality. We've stopped at campanile & best western also and think Ibis also accept dogs.

    These sort of sites i.e laterooms often have a "Pets Allowed" option in facilities search. We often check out the satellite view of the hotel on a map to see if there are green areas or parks nearby for toilet trips.
     
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    metaldog PetForums VIP

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    If you buy this month's Your Dog Magazine (out today) there is a travel supplement which has many dog friendly hotels/B&Bs/cottages etc and there are 2 pages covering the Lake District :)
     
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    I currently have an AA book from the library (looking for a pet friendly hotel myself). It is 2008 so not sure how up to date the info is but the following may be helpful: -

    Castle Hotel Lincoln (centre) Home - Castle Hotel
    Hillcrest, Lincoln 01522 510182
    Newport, Lincoln (guest house) Untitled Document

    There are loads in and around Sheffield including one on the Woodall Motorway service area - M1 - called Days Inn Sheffield Days Inn: Online hotel reservations, special hotel discounts, vacation packages and Wyndham Rewards
     
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