The UK’s Best Pet Friendly Hotels On a Budget
Before taking the plunge, and diversifying your land, take a look at the best pet friendly hotels in the UK to get some inspiration for your budding business venture!
A no-deal Brexit, which is becoming an increasing reality, will affect every aspect of the leisure and hospitality industry. One major effect will be the ability for the main hospitality clientele, that being the millennials, to bring their pets abroad with them.
At the Farm Business Innovation Show, we want to open your eyes to the possibilities your land offers in terms of diversification. With a 4-month wait now becoming necessary for pets to be taken abroad, many holiday-goers will choose to remain within the UK, taking their pets with them on their staycation.
As a landowner, profiting from your land is key, and a no-deal Brexit could also affect your ability to trade agricultural goods. So, hounding on this pet trend could become an amazing method to utilise your plot of land in a useful way, that meets demand!
So what’s the best way to get started with this new business venture? Inspiration, of course! Take a look at some of the best pet friendly hotels in the UK, to see what they’re doing right.
Best Pet Friendly Hotels On a Budget
Hotels encompass a huge array of residencies, including B&Bs, lodges, converted barns, caravans… the list goes on! These days, millennials are on the hunt for a personalised experience, that doesn’t break the bank. Here are some of the top pet hotels within the UK, to take your furry friends for your next staycation.
Each one is listed by its nightly price. Just don’t forget about your dog, who will normally cost between £10 and £15 per night! Now let’s take a look...
Spanhoe Lodge, Harringworth, £80
Spanhoe Lodge is a 5-star, luxury guest house, situated in Northamptonshire, England. Suitable for numerous party numbers, but particularly loved by couples, this gorgeous, renovated hotel is ideal.
Delicious, award-winning breakfasts set this hotel apart from the rest. Couple that with free WiFi and parking, power showers, and a spacious room and grounds for your furry friend, it’ll make for an idyllic getaway.
Cholmondeley Arms, Cheshire, £85
The Cholmondeley Arms is a former Victorian schoolhouse, which has been turned into a B&B. As you enter the pub, your eye will be drawn to the oak-carved bar in the main hall.
Take a seat, grab a pint of bitter, or a gin cocktail, and relax, as your pup enjoys the roaring fire, and a bowl of dog beer. With upholstered furniture all around, you’ll be transported to a world of history.
Seashells, Sutton-on-Sea, £75
Seashells is a little bit simpler than our previous options - no rustic wooden anything, just plain and simple, with gorgeous seaside views. In some cases, and for longer stays, you could even benefit from a kitchenette, so you don’t have to spend a fortune on eating out whilst away.
Despite the simplicity of design, they don’t skimp out on service. Their beautiful garden, free WiFi, flat-screen TV in each room, restaurant, and bar create delightful surroundings.
The Grosvenor Arms, Dorset, £75
This refurbished Georgian home creates an ideal getaway for any couple. With a courtyard garden for glorious summer dining, and a central setting to explore the historical surroundings, it has it all.
With newly modern interiors, experience history with all the mod-cons. Enjoy the views with the array of room options, and revel in some time away with your faithful pal.
Hope Street Hotel, Liverpool, £78
This elegant loft, with a lively bar, and trendy vibes, is ideal for a young couple looking for an exciting time away. However, despite the modern vibes, the medieval touches, like the exposed wooden beams and wooden bathtubs, make it extremely homely.
Tuck yourself in bed with your dog, and enjoy the TV and DVD player, or hit the town, and enjoy the vibrant nightlife. Theatres, restaurants, and bars are amongst the numerous entertainments available here, so enjoy!
Timbrell's Yard, Wiltshire, £86
Trimbell’s Yard is a gorgeous limestone hotel, situated alongside a flowing river, for ultimate relaxation. With scandi-inspired decor, you can enjoy a medieval setting, with a more modern, simplistic vibe.
The Cow, Dalbury, £90
The Cow may sound amusing, but it’s actually a beautiful pub, set in the greenery of Derbyshire. With tasty food, a fantastic gin selection, and friendly service, this is the ideal place for a weekend away.
Bag yourself a room in the eaves of the building, or alternatively choose a more private, tucked away room. Either way, there’s a choice for all.
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These beautiful hotels and B&Bs are joined by hundreds of Travelodges and Airbnbs, which range from as little as £30 a night! Many of these options welcome your dog, so if you’re looking for a quick-fix, that’s cheap and familiar, the UK is littered with options.
Have you Become Inspired by the Best Pet Friendly Hotels in the UK?
Pet-friendly hotels really are the next big thing, and could be a fantastic land diversification plan. It doesn’t have to be complex; take it from the Airbnbs which are succeeding with just a shed in their back garden!
Want to learn more? Head on over to the Farm Business Innovation Show, where you could link up with one of our amazing exhibitors, Bruce’s Doggy Day Care. Although they’re not necessarily a hotel, they know A LOT about dogs, and could help you branch out into this fantastic new venture.
Head on over to our website, and get your FREE tickets for the show, on 6th & 7th November, at the NEC Birmingham. We can’t wait to see you there!