Travelling with your Dog
Posted on: November 08 2016
Most people’s pets are considered part of the family, so having to leave them at home during a holiday can be heart-breaking. Luckily, there are plenty of fantastic glamping sites across the UK that welcome your pooch with open...
Posted on: June 10 2015
There's nothing a dog loves more than splashing around in the shallow waters on the beach or running the vast open expanses of golden sand that we're spoilt with here in Devon. Being the only county in England with two separate coastlines it ensures that you're never more than an hour away from hearing the sounds of the sea rolling towards the beach. To inspire you, the team at Stay In Devon have picked out some of the best dog friendly beaches in Devon so you can plan your next dog friendly holiday or day out with your four legged friend in the county.
Woolacombe, North Devon
Woolacombe is often found towards the top of the pile when it comes to the best beaches in the UK, in fact it...
Posted on: April 17 2014
It's been a while since we have taken Oscar away with us to a hotel, so I thought this would be the ideal opportunity to give you a basic run-down of everything you need to take with you for a short break away with your four-legged friend!
We were asked to stay at the Marriott Meon Valley, just outside Southampton for the night and I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to try out a dog-friendly hotel. Whilst the hotel do not advertise being able to take dogs, they said that they would be happy for Oscar to come and stay also so long as he wasn't too big!
So my very simple shopping list for a short hotel break with your dog would be:-
- Rememeber to take your dog's bed - this...
Posted on: April 03 2014
Devon is a beautiful county, blessed with a coastline to the north and south, and with a rolling green countryside sandwiched in the middle. Whether your dog likes to splash in the waves and dig in the sand, or roll in the in grass and hop in and out of woodland streams, there are plenty of beautiful walks and routes to take that you and your dog will love.
First, we'll head to North Devon to some of my favourite routes to walk my dog. The Tarka Trail is a traffic free 26 mile long former railway line, running from Mid Devon all the way to the North Devon Coast providing a scenic walking and cycling track loved by locals and holidaymakers alike. Paved and mostly flat, it's a great place...
Posted on: March 31 2014
Missing your dog? I never do, because she always comes with me, and now it has become so much easier to take your best friend on holiday with you. Most dog owners in the UK will have taken their dog with them on a self-catering, or even hotel break, in the UK, but why not take them with you when you travel further afield? Everything is getting easier all the time.
So what are the advantages?
- Save on kennel fees.
- No more worrying about your dog.
- More exercise and fun on holiday!
So how easy is it to take your dog with you? Most people who take their dog on holiday will choose to drive. If you take your dog to our closest EU countries of France, Belgium, Germany, Holland,...
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