Browse the best dog friendly holiday homes that England has to offer!


Windsor houses one of the oldest, largest and most impressive occupied palaces in the World – Windsor Castle. Its towers and battlements rise majestically over the town, creating a spectacular skyline. It’s no wonder the Queen decided to make it her permanent residence.

Explore Cornwall

Renowned for its crystal blue waters, Cornwall’s glorious coastline, cliffs and countryside make for some fabulous dog walks. All year round dog-friendly beaches are also plentiful; add the locally produced food and you won’t be disappointed with this classic holiday destination.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds runs through five counties and home to an abundance of classical old English villages, easily recognised by their traditional honey tinted stone buildings. If you’re looking for a gentle, relaxed get away among rolling green hills and meadows, this is the area for you.


Surrounded by eight counties and known as the place of Spires and Squires, Northamptonshire is home to more stately houses than any other county. It’s also renowned for its beautiful historic churches and hugely popular food and drink festivals and fairs.


Devon, known as the English Riviera, forms part of the South West Peninsula of Britain. It’s also renowned for being a top dog-friendly location, which is how it earned its title ‘dog friendly Devon. There’s also its delicious Devonshire cream teas of course.

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