In a world of four legged friends puppy love is not just reserved for high school sweethearts. For many of us, no one is a more loyal companion than our dogs, and taking them on your spa break makes the whole experience complete.
So, here are the spa hotels that welcome four legged friends and give them a mini break experience where they can feel loved and looked after as well.
The question is where can you go… together?
Surrounded by 1065 acres of land, this is as much a paradise for pets as it is for people. You potter off and have your spa treatment, and for a £35.00 supplement your pooch can chill out in the gardens and will also be given a bed and dinner.
Cuddling up by the fire is one of the highlights at Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa after a day of exploring the surrounding historic town of Midhurst and relaxing by the pool, and no doubt the dog will agree, particularly as for £15 a night he/she also gets dinner – no reason why you should have all the fun.
With a view of Sherwood Forest and just over the road from the National Trust’s Clumber Park estate, both you and your pet can get an outdoor workout in before winding down for the small supplement of £15 per dog per day.
On a cliff top surrounded by one of Scotland’s most famous golf courses and looking out across the sea, Fairmont St Andrews is a five star experience for everyone to enjoy, particularly as the Pets Perks Package comes at a mere £20.00 per night.
You will find few places more picturesque than this 11th century castle, and the £15 per dog price tag should ensure that they remain man/woman’s best friend for life.
A spectacularly beautiful and romantic escape in Yorkshire, Raithwaite Hall Country Retreat offers exceptional spa facilities, food and a beautiful location. Surrounded by elegant gardens and 80 acres of National Park beyond, it’s a haven for dogs and owners alike. Club rooms located at the Keep and Executive Duplex Courtyard rooms located near the Hall are dog friendly. There is a £15.00 pet fee that is chargeable per pet, per night. Dogs are also welcome in the Poachers Bar, and for warmer months there are beautiful terraces that they can join you on throughout the day.
Overlooking the Fowey Estuary, Fowey Hall is a seaside retreat that inspired The Wind in the Willows. These days it’s still as inspirational as it was to Kenneth Grahame and welcomes the whole family including the dog with lots to entertain the kids, including collecting eggs from the hotel chickens.
A historic red brick building that makes you feel like royalty, Tylney Hall is a glamorous destination surrounded by beautiful grounds. It’s perfect for walking around so bringing the dog seems like an obvious choice, which you can do for £25 per night to give him/her their own basket, blankets, bowl and chewy toy.
The contemporary spa inspired by nature is offset by the Elizabethan Manor, and together the whole experience is charming, and made better by the welcome presence of man/woman’s best friend.
The hotel and country club is part of the Elite Hotels collection and as such is a beautiful building in equally beautiful grounds with a decadent spa. Much like its sister hotels, Luton Hoo and Tylney Hall it welcomes furry friends for £30 per night for its own basket, blanket, bowls and goodie bag.
On the edge of the Cotswolds this Jacobean manor house is all about family life, relaxation and indulgence, which wouldn’t be complete if the family pet wasn’t along for the ride as well.
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