London is a dog-friendly city with many activities for you and your furry friend. Try doga, visit markets, eat at dog-friendly restaurants, and stay at The Rubens at the Palace.
Dog-friendly Isles of Scilly: beaches, accommodations, restaurants, Old Town Inn. Tresco Island: leash required.
North Cornwall: dog-friendly with Camel Trail, Eden Project, aviation museum, accommodations, and restaurants.
Explore dog-friendly Edinburgh with your furry friend. Stay at Roslin Chapel Cottage and enjoy bus tours, Camera Obscura, and World of Illusions.
The Cotswolds is a beautiful area with rolling hills, palaces, castles, and golden stone. Your dog can accompany you to most attractions, such as the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.
North Yorkshire is a dog-friendly destination with plenty of activities for families. Visit the North Yorkshire Waterpark, stay in a shepherd's hut at Field Barn Hut, and enjoy a meal at The Stiddy Pub.
The Peak District is a national park in England with plenty of activities for couples and groups. Visit Castleton Caverns to see the Blue John Stone and stay at a dog-friendly Peak Venues cottage.
Pembrokeshire in Wales is a great dog-friendly vacation destination with sandy beaches, wildlife, and historic sites. Stay at Slebech Park, visit dog-friendly beaches
The Chiltern Hills is a rural area with rivers, trees, and hills. Visit the Chiltern Open Air Museum, the Royal Standard of England pub, and stay at Mercure Thame Lambert Hotel with your dog.
Northern Ireland is a less popular tourist destination in the UK, but it has a homey feel with picturesque villages, beaches, and activities.