Pet Friendly Hotels

Hotel 41
41 Buckingham Palace Road
Greater London
Hotel 41 is located right in the heart of London, directly opposite the Royal Mews and just behind Buckingham Palace.

There is no charge for cats or dogs to stay here, though a deposit of £1000 per pet in case of any damages is required, and there is a limit of 2 pets per room.
Pets can be left unattended in the room if left in their cage or crate
The hotel offers a dog sitting at £15.00 per hour, for a minimum of two hours, and special prices are available for the whole day sitting service. Bowls and toys are available at no extra cost.

The Borrowdale Hotel
CA12 5UY

This dog friendly hotel in the lake district charges £5 per dog per night, to a maximum of two dogs per double room (dogs are not allowed in single rooms). This is a great dog walking region. The hotel provides beds and bowls, has a safe outdoor area, and only restricts dogs from areas where food is served.

Trigony House Hotel
Pet Policy

The Trigony charges £5.50 per dog per night, but welcomes them in the bedrooms, lounge & Bar. The only room they are not allowed in is the dining room, however if you would like to eat either breakfast or dinner with your dog they can serve both in the bar from exactly the same menus. Every dog gets a welcome pack at The Trigony which includes a map of the local walks and a wee treat.

The Three Tees
21 Carminow Way
Dogs and small pets are made welcome at The Three Tees. Pets stay in bedrooms with owners, and but you have to bring your own bedding. During the summer, they usually limit the number of dogs you can bring to one per person.  They have a fully-enclosed and safe garden for dogs, with a large cliff-top walking area a couple of minutes from the hotel. Beaches are within easy walking distance.

Bute Court Hotel
Belgrave Road
TQ2 5|HQ
Pet Policy
Dogs are welcome at the Bute Court Hotel for just £5 per dog per night. Their garden rooms are for guests with their pets, which has a side door to the car park. Dogs are only allowed in the guest bedroom and not in the common areas of the Hotel.

The William Cecil at Stamford
St Martins
The William Cecil is a magnificent newly refurbished hotel on the edge of Stamford in Lincolnshire.
It has three dog-friendly rooms and there is a charge of £20 per dog per night. Dog beds and biscuits are provided. The local area offers dog walkers a fantastic opportunity to explore the stunning town of Old Stamford as well as the impressive surrounding scenery.

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