It is no secret that Brits love their dogs. So it's only natural that doggy parents would want to make sure that when they book a staycation for them and their furry friend that they are staying somewhere that offers only the best,
ensuring a pawsome getaway. At Away Resorts, we cater for our furry friends just like we do for our human guests, so we're delighted to find that the South East of England is the most dog-friendly region in the whole of the UK.
Based on the number of dog friendly pubs, walks and vets here are the top three regions in the UK that are the friendliest towards our four-legged friends.
The South East
The South West
East of England
With incredible locations such as the The New Forest, Isle of Wight and miles of beautiful coastline, it is no surprise that this region warmly invites dogs to explore the many walks this region has to offer. Whether in Brighton city centre, out in the Cotswolds, or walking some of the 140 miles of dog friendly trails in the New Forest, there are many establishments that will make your pooch feel like another guest in your party.
"Great dog friendly pub, good food too"
"Looking for a pub that welcomes dogs as we had 3 of them with us"
"Great food, very friendly"
The Solent Way, as a whole, is a 60 mile footpath linking Milford on Sea with Emsworth Harbour, much of the path follows the Hampshire coastline and passes through the New Forest. Through most of its length you'll also enjoy views of the beautiful Isle of Wight, just a few miles off the coast of Hampshire. This walk is perfect for energetic dogs that love to have a run, and even a swim.
Windsor Great Park’s 5000 acres of lakeside walks, wild forests and open fields offer an unrivalled variety of short and longer walks along good quality trails and tracks – keeping your shoes mostly mud-free and your canine companion feeling happy and well exercised.
Famous dogs have walked these woods it featured in the 1996 Disney feature film 101 Dalmatians, but it is a fantastic woodland walk for less famous pups as well. Owners can also enjoy the historical element of the woods, with the complex of World War One troop training trenches, used as a practice area for troops based at Bovingdon before being sent to the Western Front.