4 Fun Dog Friendly Places to Visit in the UK
There are many types of travellers in this world: the foodies, the geeks, the thrill seekers, the sit-back-and-relax and us dog owners! What we all have in common, however, is the desire to get to know a new place and to have fun in different and interesting surroundings. Here are some quirky and fun spots that deserve your time and attention- and most of them are dog friendly too! Why not hop in the car and pay one a visit? No car? You can book a car on Enjoy Travel . On to the places to visit in the UK!
1. Camera Obscura & World of Illusions, Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh is a beautiful city. Wandering the streets is super dog friendly and Innerleith park is spacious and perfect for dogs. No dogs? Edinburgh Castle is a landmark that you cannot miss. Also pay a visit to the museum called Camera Obscura and World of Illusions which is in the vicinity. As its name suggests, its attractions include optical illusions, a one-of-a-kind tour of Edinburgh and cool interactive shows that will fascinate you for sure. Other great places to see in Scotland here.
2. Skrinkle Haven beach, Manorbier, Wales
Skrinkle Haven is a spectacular beach that will leave you stunned with the impressive and dramatic cliffs that surround it. What makes this beach so unusual and unique compared to all the other cool things you can do in Wales? It’s the fact that there is a promontory with a big opening in the middle of it that functions as a tunnel to reach a sandy beach called Church Doors beach. This tunnel is named Church Doors clove due to its resemblance to actual doors of a church. No dog restrictions are in place on this beach. More dog friendly places in Wales here.
3. Greenwich, London, England
Greenwich is always included in the list of places that everyone must see in London. Another lovely place to wander with your furry family. Take a walk in Royal Park– 183 acres of dog loving space! There are also plenty of dog friendly places to eat and drink. No dogs? One of the things that are definitely worth visiting is the Royal Observatory as it has played a crucial role in the breakthroughs and progress of the scientific fields of astronomy, physics and navigation. What makes it stand out from all the other museums is the fact that there is a line on the ground and depending on which side of the line you have positioned yourself, you are on different time zones. Dog friendly hotels in Greenwich here.
4. The Gnome Reserve and Wildflower Garden, West Putford, England
A stop that makes all children and grownups happy is the gnome reserve, as it offers a sight that you have never seen before. It is a huge garden full of gnome models which are hidden behind trees or enjoy their everyday life in plain sight. The reserve has also received a Guinness World Record reward as the largest collection of gnomes and pixies is displayed there. For the record, over 2,000 gnomes and pixies can be found there. The Gnome reserve is dog friendly so a great day out. Great dog friendly hotels in Devon here.
The UK has loads of other dog friendly places to visit. Where are your favourite place? Let us know in the comments below.