The following dog friendly hotels are within 20 miles.
Charming inn owned by Ruth Watson, the former presenter of the Hotel Inspector on Channel 5. Bedrooms are decorated in a contemporary style and are located in the main hotel and a garden annexe. The garden rooms are larger and have a terrace with a great view of the Norman castle keep. Public areas are decorated in a clean, modern style. There is a comfortable bar and an award-winning restaurant.
We welcome a maximum of two dogs per room in six specified garden rooms and one terrace room, provided they don’t run amok, bite or bark. We ask owners to make sure the hose and doggie towels are used where needed, as well as the poop bags and bin and the blanket that protects the bed linen. We also provide a welcoming bag of hand-baked organic biscuits. Dogs are charged at £6 per night, per dog. There are numerous joyful walks to be had in the locality, and the castle grounds are close enough for a late night ‘comfort break’. We also have a special doggie table (30) where owners can bring their dog while they eat. It is sited between the bar and the main restaurant and is very popular, so reserving this table when booking a room is recommended.
Family-run hotel overlooking the beach and sea. Bedrooms are decorated to a high standard and many have sea views. Seven particularly spacious and well-appointed rooms are located in Darfield House opposite the main hotel. Public rooms include 2 lounges, a cocktail bar and an award-winning restaurant. The Wentworth has 2 sea facing gardens, where morning coffee, light lunches and cream teas are served.
Dogs that are no larger than a Labrador are allowed in ground floor bedrooms. There is a small additional charge per dog per night. Dogs are welcome in public areas and the hotel grounds. A suitable exercise area for dogs is 300 metres from the hotel.
Traditional coaching inn with log fires and real ales, set in a peaceful village location. Contemporary bedrooms are located in the main building and in converted stables and cottages. Public rooms include an elegant dining room, cosy parlour and a stylish conservatory. The quality of the food is excellent.
Dogs are welcome in bedrooms at a charge of £7.50 per dog per night. Dogs are allowed in public areas, except the main dining room. There is a suitable exercise area for dogs outside the hotel.
15th century timber framed public house set in the peaceful village of Bildeston in the beautiful Suffolk countryside. Bedrooms are individually decorated in a range of styles. Each room has a large flat widescreen television with Sky and a high-tech music system with an extensive library of music and high quality speakers. The lounge, bar and restaurant are decorated and furnished in a contemporary style and feature old beams, exposed brickwork and oak floors. The Crown has won many awards for its food.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms and can be left unattended. There is a charge of £10 per dog per stay. Dogs are allowed in public areas, except the restaurant.