This luxury cottage in the village of Bigbury-on-Sea is ideal for dog-owners, with a sandy beach right outside where you can enjoy long walks along the shore.
There’s also private parking next to the cottage, so getting from your car to the front door with a dog or two couldn’t be easier.
Surrounded by shimmering lochs, snowy mountains and ancient forests, this secluded cottage is an excellent choice for guests who want to explore some of Scotland’s most dramatic scenery with their dog.
There’s direct access to a footpath along the banks of the nearest loch, and after a day outdoors, your pet will appreciate the wood-burner and underfloor heating as much as you will.
Berwyn is located in the pretty village of Crantock, on the North Cornwall coast.
Dogs and their owners will love the short stroll from the cottage to the sandy beach, and there’s a large, secure garden where you can leave your dog without worrying.
Imagine your dog running free here! The Point’s location is truly spectacular, a few metres from the sea, with secluded lawns and heather for your dog to explore.
Take your pet from the cottage down to the unique building known as The Lookout, which is so close to the Irish Sea that the windows are often lashed by spray from the waves. Amazing walks in Snowdonia and the Lyn Peninsula are nearby.
Huge living areas, underfloor heating and private, secure gardens make this stylish property an excellent choice for dog-owners.
Hillcrest is a short drive from the Suffolk Heritage Coast, Sutton Hoo Saxon burial grounds, Dunwich Heath and Rendlesham Forest – all great places to visit with your pet.
Surrounded by unspoiled countryside with a beautiful, secure garden, Old Post Office Cottage is a great choice for dog-owners.
Fire up the barbecue on the sunny terrace while your companion plays on the lawn, take a long walk on one of the many footpaths that meander through the fields and woods, or take a short drive southward to the Jurassic Coast.
This luxury accommodation is a stone’s throw from sandy beaches on the North Devon coast, including Woolacombe, Saunton and Croyde.
After taking your dog for a run across the sand, make the most of the estate’s superb facilities, which include an 18-hole golf course and a heated pool.
The Old Mill’s sunny, south-facing garden is enclosed by stone walls, so there’s no chance of your dog escaping. There are also a number of walks from the front door, including a lovely route up the hill and into the village. After a day exploring the Cotswolds, unwind in the luxurious living room, complete with a log-burner for your pet to curl up in front of.