There are few breaks or holidays more luxurious or relaxing than a spa break. Whether you sweat it out in the sauna, lounge on a sunbed or enjoy a relaxing massage by the end of the trip you feel rejuvenated.
With the stress and turmoil of the last year we could all use a little rest and relaxation. Unfortunately, many spas are not welcoming of our four legged friends.
As we like to say at Dog Furiendly, “If I can’t take my dog I’m not going!”. That’s why all of the spas and hotels on this list are totally dog friendly. This means that while you’re being pampered your furry best friend will be right beside you where they belong.
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The Best Dog Friendly Hotels With Spas
This luxurious spa is in Bagshot, Surrey. The stunning high end features of the hotel include swimming pools, sauna, steam room, hot tubs, ice room, experience showers and heated loungers. If a day of intense relaxation leaves you with an appetite then the hotel’s Michelin star restaurant will be the perfect remedy. All rooms come equipped with dog bed, bowl, treats and doggie menu!
This tranquil haven is situated in beautiful North Yorkshire between York and Harrogate. Set within 120 acres of stunning countryside, this four star hotel is an escape from the stresses of modern life. The historic manor house features elegant bedrooms, a luxurious spa and 18 hole golf course. Dogs are welcome to stay for the additional charge of £20 per dog per night.
This elegant Georgian country house is set within 262 acres on the edge of the Peak District National Park. This exquisite hotel boasts 155 bedrooms of various sizes and styles as well as a unique health spa.
Enjoy being pampered in one of the treatment rooms or relax in the pool, steamroom or whirlpool, all of which are housed in a former Salesian chapel. Dogs are even welcome to dine in the hotel bar which serves laid back bistro cuisine.
The lovely Mar Hall resort is a grand mansion nestled within 240 acres of ancient woodland. Take in the beauty of the Scottish countryside a mere 10 minutes away from Glasgow airport. Dogs of any size are welcome for a fee of £30 per room per night.
The 4* Quay hotel is perhaps the nicest dog friendly spa in Wales. Located in Llandudno, North Wales this place absolutely oozes sophistication. Take in stunning views of Conwy Castle from the hotel’s position on the idyllic Conwy Estuary.
There are plenty of walks to be had with Snowdonia National Park within easy reach. However if its just rest and relaxation that you’re after why not try out the heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, aromatherapy steam room and hydrotherapy whirlpool?
This iconic London hotel has been delighting guests since 1865. In recent years they have expanded the deluxe suites rooms and introduced a new Chuan Body & Soul Spa. This hidden gem is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of city life with a philosophy inspired by traditional Chinese Medicine.
The spa features both male and female sauna and steam rooms as well as a fully equipped gym with state of the art equipment. Food and water bowls are provided for your dog who is welcome for a refundable deposit of £70 per night.
This dog friendly spa and hotel is in the heart of Grasmere village and the Lake District, the perfect base for adventures with your pooch. End your picturesque walk with a dip in the pool or soothe your tired muscles in the sauna and jacuzzi. Dogs are welcome in the small garden lounge as well as the bar side of the Bistro restaurant. 1-2 dogs are welcome to stay for £20 per dog per night.
Right in the heart of Gloucestershire, this award winning and stylish hotel has it all. Expect to enjoy tranquility, comfort, exceptional food and a luxurious spa during your stay. Dogs always receive a warm welcome, being provided with a comfy bed and treats. The contemporary style of Cotswold House has made it one of the most admired boutique hotels in the Cotswolds.
While your pooch is relaxing with your travel companion, you can relax in the heated pool, sit in the aromatic steam room or indulge in a rejuvenating treatment performed by their expert therapists.
In addition to a decadent and luxurious dog friendly spa you can expect a warm welcome for your furry friend. Dogs will be greeted with a dog bed, towel, water bowl and treats in the room. There are luxury dog friendly rooms in the hotel including Rose Cottage and the Courtyard Suite.
Guests and their pooches are welcome to dine in The Potting Shed or The Back Garden restaurants. The hotel also has lovely grounds that lead to local walking routes.
Quintessentially English, complete with elegant furnishings reminiscent of Jane Austen’s era and acres of beautiful lawns and gardens. Set within Hardy’s enchanting village of Evershot and surrounded by rolling hills. This five-star country house hotel is the perfect place to unwind with your canine companion.
While your pooch relaxes in the room or with a friend, you can enjoy the spa’s extensive range of treatments and facilities including an indoor heated pool, jacuzzi and sauna. Outside of the spa, your pooch gets the five star treatment complete with a comfy bed, bowls, ‘woof’ towels, delicious homemade biscuits and dog food menu, as well as a list of fabulous nearby parks, beaches and coastal walks.
This wonderful Hampshire hotel allows you to truly escape from everyday life. We especially love Chewton Glen’s dog-friendly tree houses, the ultimate sanctuaries for relaxation.
When you’re not unwinding in these beautiful bunks, you can hand the pooch over to your travel partner to sink into the hotel’s award-winning spa Enjoy a fantastic blend of country house with Roman baths. You can also take a dip in Europe’s largest hydrotherapy pool and try out one of Chewton Glen’s innovative treatments.
This beautiful place is one of the Yorkshire Dale’s hidden gems. It boasts a range of fantastic spa facilities to enjoy including a pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, relaxation lounge and therapy rooms.
Although not allowed in the spa, your furry pal will continue to get top dog treatment! Doggy guests are provided with blankets, bedding, throws, bowls and leads. There’s plenty of walks nearby to enjoy too!
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