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Dog friendly Spa Breaks To Book With The Pooch

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After a whirlwind of a year, we could all do with some much-needed time out indulging in a luxury spa. Even better when you can have your furry best friend in tow!

Prepare to relax and unwind at one of our favourite dog friendly spa breaks, all dedicated to pampering you and your pooch from the moment you walk through the door!

Please check with Government Guidance before booking.

Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa

Peak District

Ringwood Hall Hotel is a 19th Century Manor House located on the gateway to the Peak District. It’s set amongst 6 acres of award-winning gardens, perfect for your pooch to frolic and play. This dog friendly spa break makes the top of the list due to their dedication to pampering you and your pooch.

While you’re enjoying a spa treatment, you can sign your pooch up to their very own tail-wagging ‘Pampered Pooch Experience’ in partnership with Georgina’s Pet Sitting. Georgina’s team will provide your pooch with an exercise walk on the beautiful grounds, a lavish shampoo massage bubble bath to help soothe and relax muscles a pedicure and paw soak, with a deep paw moisturising balm and an ear cleanse with a fragrance cologne finish.

So now, you can enjoy luxury treatment and time to unwind without having to worry about your pooch missing out.

Rosewood London

London

The Rosewood Hotel is a favourite amongst many dog owners. Not only does it provide five-star luxury for humans, but five-star luxury with a pet concierge service for dogs that goes above and beyond. This hotel also offers a perfect dog friendly spa break for you and your pooch to enjoy.

You and your pampered pooch can enjoy a luxurious stay, and relax at Sense, A Rosewood Spa. Here you can have a treatment of your choice whilst your pet is pampered by the professional dog groomer, Jamie Griffen.

Once you’re all pampered, you’ll feel ready to take on the city streets of London – bursting with it’s dog friendly food and drink scene.

The Lygon Arms 

Cotswolds

The Lygon Arms is located in the dreamy Cotswolds. Not only is this place a paradise for adventures with the pooch, but this delightful coaching inn is steeped with history dating back to the 1300’s.

You can even stay in the suite that King Charles I stayed the night before the Battles of Worcester!

The spa offers a ‘Nails and Tails’ package, while your four-legged bestie is collected from the hotel by Broadway Dog Groomer to enjoy the ultimate grooming experience. You can enjoy your very own facial followed by a file and polish. Bliss.

The Lawrence Hotel

Burnley

The Lawrence Hotel is a beautiful Grade II listed building in the heart of Burnley. Not only does this place offer the perfect retreat for humans, but they go above and beyond for our canine companions too.

From pup-icures to pawsecco, the hotel will take your pooch from ruff to ravishing in just one night!

From the comfort of their hotel suite, human guests can indulge in massages, facials and pedicures. Canine guests get the five-star treatment whisked away for pampering all of their own. The hotel takes care of it all perfect after a long muddy walk together in the countryside.

The pampering doesn’t end there – as owners slip into their fluffy gown and slippers, pups get the opportunity to wind down with mini dressing gown and their own personal dog towel.

Summer Lodge Country House Hotel

Dorset

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.

Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa

Hampshire

This wonderful place allows you to truly escape from everyday life. We especially love Chewton Glen’s dog-friendly treehouses, 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.

Cotswold House Hotel & Spa

Gloucestershire

This beautiful place may be small but it packs a big luxurious punch. This converted coach house provides the ultimate tranquillity for you and your pooch. 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.

All dog friendly rooms are located in the gardens of the hotel, and the Cotswolds is just a hop skip and tail-wag away.

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa

Cheshire

This wonderful place is squirrelled in the heart of Cheshire, complete with award-winning and indulgent spa. Hand your pooch over to your travel partner, to enjoy treatment suites, relaxation rooms, a traditional Hammam, a Roman-style swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and Asian sensory garden.

This place has it’s own beautifully landscaped gardens just a stone’s throw from the border of Wales. After a day of exploring you can curl up by the fireplace tucking into some delicious gastro-style food in the hotel’s bar.

The Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey

North Yorkshire

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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  1. Mooma says a dog friendly spa weekend sounds like exactly what she’s needing! I wonder if i could get a face mask and massage too after a nice wander in the countryside. x

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