Barfad Farmlands Holiday Cottages, Tarbert, Loch Fyne, Argyll
Barfad Farmlands Holiday Cottages offers pet friendly self catering accommodation located in Tarbert near Loch Lyne in Argyll. The two holiday cottages were lovingly converted from an old stone barn and now make an ideal base for a quiet or busy holiday.
Sleeps 4 + Cot.
Large open plan living/dining room with kitchen area.
1 family room (1 double bed, 1 single bed).
1 single bedroom.
1 shower/WC room.
The Chicken Coop:
Compact open plan kitchen/dining area.
Both the self catering cottages include a TV, shared laundry room, with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and ironing board, parking for up to 2 cars per cottage, electric heating throughout, linen and towels. Two well behaved dogs per cottage are welcome.
The holiday cottages are set in 100 acres of farm and woodland with 1.75 miles of its own coastline on the s…
Sleeps: 1 to 2
Ballymacdoe Cottage, Cushendall, Co Antrim
Ballymacdoe Cottage is a hidden gem in the beautiful Glens of Antrim. It’s just an hour’s drive from Larne ferry port and is centrally located in a quiet residential area in the pretty village of Cushendall. The cottage is situated on elevated ground overlooking Cushendall beach and golf course with breathtaking sea views of Red Bay, Sea of Moyle and Scotland is clear in the distance.
It is an ideal location for: walking, fishing, sailing, touring or just having a relaxing time with friends and family.The cottage interior provides a cosy comfortable stay with stunning views creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere.
The cottage has a ground floor only, no stairs. The accommodation consists of: Lounge & diner, kitchen, bathroom with shower. Three bedrooms: largest room with king size bed, second bedroom has two singles and the final room has adult bunk beds consisting of a double …
Sleeps: 1 to 7
The Oriental, Brighton, East Sussex
The Oriental offers pet friendly bed and breakfast accommodation in Brighton, East Sussex. This 4*star Highly Commended Grade II Listed Regency guesthouse has a refreshing view on design and service.
All our rooms have flat screen TVs, DVD Players, heaters & fans, irons, hairdryers, tea & coffee facilities, complimentary snack basket and L'Occitane toiletries.
The Oriental boasts a delicious cocktail menu as well as carefully selected premium spirits, beers, wines and champagnes. Our funky lounge and helpful staff make it the place to start or finish your evening.
Originally the brainchild of one of Brighton’s more successful bar owners and entrepreneurs, this venue and attraction has been linked closely with Brighton’s underground music scene over the years and has now been revamped in May 2008. Once the home to the notorious ‘Brighton Belle’ nightclub we have attracted famou…
Bridge House Campsite, Lechlade, Gloucestershire
Lechlade is where the River Thames begins its working life, the Neptune-like statue of Old Father Thames casts a majestic eye over St. John's Lock, the highest navigable point of the great river. From here, the Cotswold stone quarried at nearby Taynton was shipped down river to London for the rebuilding of St Paul's Cathedral. The lock is still well used, but today's traffic is largely pleasure craft seeking the quieter reaches of the Thames. Small boats can be hired by the hour from Riverside Boatyard. The Campsite is just over the bridge and is set in 3.5 acres of level grassland with good access from the main road (A361). Ideal base for touring the Cotswolds and only 250 yards from the Thames Path and River Thames. We now have key fob controlled access to the park, showers and toilets. A Â£20 fully refundable cash deposit is required. Full details on request.
Onsite Facilities - 70…
Lletty'r Haul Guest House, Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire
LLetty'r Haul is a small family run bed and breakfast with a truly "homely feel".
There are two family rooms and a double room and they all have coffee and tea making facilities and on-suite bathrooms. There is a private seating area if you want to stay in, or a public house in the village if you prefer going out for the evening, and it is less than a five minute drive into town if you are looking for something a bit more lively.
Tucked away just outside the market town of Carmarthen lies Cwmffrwd. This lovely timeless little area is so pretty and peaceful and yet close to the bustling town of Carmarthen.
Llanelli, Swansea and Cardiff are within easy reach along the M4, and in the opposite direction along the A48 lies Pembrokeshire with its fabulous coasts and views.
The wonderful coastal villages of Ferryside and Llanstephan are just a short 15 -20 minute drive away making…
Mansefield House, Whithorn, Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway
Mansefield House offers bed and breakfast accommodation situated in the ancient royal burgh of Whithorn with pretty views of the Galloway hills, Mansefield House is a lovely place to spend a relaxing holiday.
Mansefield House offers a choice of accommodation with two double rooms and one family suite sleeping four.
Solway - A lovely bright double bedroom with en-suite luxury shower/steam cabinet.
Cree - The Galloway hills with famous 'Cairnsmore of Fleet' as well as the Cumbrian coast can all be seen from this pretty double bedroom with en suite luxury shower/steam cabinet.
Bladnoch - With comfort high on the agenda this family suite includes both a double room and a twin room with a massage chair to sooth weary limbs! The two rooms share a shower room with a multi-function shower.
All rooms have televisions with DVDs tea and coffee making facilities. Bath robes, hair dryers a…
Rowter Farm, Castleton, Derbyshire, Peak District National Park
Rowter Farm offers campsite accommodation located just outside of the beautiful village of Castleton in Derbyshire. We are perfectly situated within the beautiful Peak District National Park, which is a haven for walkers and climbers.
If you and your brood are active, outdoorsy types, and your kids enjoy nothing better than a good brisk walk scrambling up and down hills and rocks, then Rowter Farm deserves a visit.
We are a pet friendly campsite that truly is the perfect base for those wanting to explore the beauty of the National Park.
A short walk from the site takes you past Windy Knoll Cave, where prehistoric bones from wolves, bison, bears, hares and reindeer were discovered, to the summit of Mam Tor (or Mother Hill), once the home to ancient Celtic tribes. To give you some idea of the wonderful sense of space here, site owner Sarah Mark grew up on Rowter Farm and finds th…
The Amberley Inn, Stroud, Gloucestershire, The Cotswolds
As dog friendly hotels in the Cotswolds go, we regard ourselves as one of the best. If not just for our incredible location but for allowing them to sit and enjoy a drink and snack in front of our open fire.
We are proud to be the only dog friendly hotel in the wonderful village of Amberley, just three miles outside Stroud, twenty minutes to Cirencester and Cheltenham and just half an hour or so to beautiful Bath. Surrounded by fantastic walks and common land, we think it would be a real pity to leave your four-legged chum at home. Your dog is welcome to join you for breakfast, lunch and dinner in our lounge bar. All we ask is that you respect your neighbours and your dog can vouch for your good behaviour - we've never had a dog drink too much and lose their room key.
Reservations for our dog friendly hotel in the Cotswolds must be made in advance as some rooms are kept allergy fre…