6 Beautiful Dog Friendly Hotels in Dorset
Home to the famous Jurassic Coast, Dorset has many beautiful landmarks to visit with your dog. You will be sure to love exploring the coastline, fossil hunting on the stunning beaches and visiting the pretty villages but there is also plenty of indoor entertainment to keep everyone busy too. It is a super dog friendly destination and there are many dog friendly hotels in Dorset ready to welcome you.
9 Fore St, Evershot, Dorchester DT2 0JR
The beautiful Summer Lodge Country House is super dog friendly and will warmly welcome your dog. Facilities for owners include; dog beds (available in three sizes), food and water bowls, complete with a floor mat, dog-wash station, ‘Woof’ towels, Quality ‘Lily’s Kitchen’ dog food menu, ‘dog in room’ door hanger for security and privacy, dog treats, and use of maps of Melbury Estate doggy walks.
Prices start at £365 for a pet friendly Superior King room, including breakfast. More information, prices and availability here.
Long St, Sherborne DT9 3BY
The Eastbury Hotel and Spa has 9 beautiful dog friendly rooms in which to welcome you and your furry family. Dogs are allowed in the restaurant, and the hotel chef will even cook a doggy dinner if you need one. Rooms include; dog bed, bowls, treats, a squeaky dog toy and even a welcome letter from the owner’s chihuahua “Monty” for your dog. The humans can enjoy the complimentary homemade biscuits and sloe gin. The local area is also very dog friendly. Take advantage of the 2 night ‘Doggy Getaway’ offer. On site spa also for human pampering!
Doggy getaway- Price for 2 nights £650, including breakfast, 3 course dinner each night for the humans, doggy welcome pack and doggy dinner each night. More information, prices and availability here.
115 East Street, Bridport, DT6 3LB
Family run independent The Bridge House is a grade 2 listed Georgian town house in the historic market town of Bridport. New owners took over in 2017 and have worked hard to establish their friendly and high quality reputation. Some of the hotel’s rooms are dog friendly, and include a dog pack containing bowls, treats, and a towel. Contact the hotel directly for the best rooms and rates.
Rooms are priced from £130, plus a £10 per night charge (to a maximum of £30 for longer stays). More information, prices and availability here.
Main Rd, West Lulworth, Wareham BH20 5RL
Close to Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove is the beautiful country house Limestone Hotel. Dogs are allowed in two of the hotels bedrooms which are downstairs and have access to the hotel garden. Contact the hotel directly to book, ensuring the best rates and most suitable room for you all.
Prices are from £155 per night for room and breakfast. More information, prices and availability here.
Tarrant Monkton, Blandford Forum DT11 8RX
There are six en-suite rooms available at The Langton Arms, available from Wednesday to Sunday evenings. The hotel has dog friendly rooms which are situated around the peaceful rear courtyard of the hotel, so good for nipping out with your dog! The hotel strongly believe in supporting local, and use and promote local produce, using food of a high ethical standard. Main ingredients are sourced from less than 30 miles from its origin.
Prices are from £135 per night. More information, prices and availability here.
Wick Ferry, Wick Ln, Christchurch BH23 1HU
The Captains Club are huge dog lovers and have Willow their resident dog present to welcome you .Willow has road tested the best walks, beds and Dog Dinner menus cooked in the hotel for your furry family. Dogs are welcome in the luxury suites which overlook the river, and will receive a bed, bowl and Dog Dinners menu. The suites are beautiful and some even have their own cinema room! Dogs are able to be with you on the terrace and in the bar. Book directly with the hotel to get the best rates and suitable rooms.
Luxury suite prices start at £360 with a £20 per dog, per night charge. More information, prices and availability here.
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