In case you missed it, the YHA (Youth Hostels Association) England & Wales, now welcomes Dogs in all of its 60 Camping & Cabin sites (with the exception of New Forest and YHA Exford).
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The Inn on the Lake Hotel is one of seven hotels in the Lake District Hotel group, all of which are dog-friendly. Each of these Lake District hotels allow dogs in most bedrooms - the Inn on the Lake has 15 designated dog-friendly rooms. Dogs are also welcome in most public areas of the hotel.
We all know how important our pets are to us, so much so they have become part of our family. Properly looking after their health and caring for them when they get sick or injured is becoming increasingly costly. As with any insurance policy, you need to choose both company and policy with care.
As pet owners develop ever stronger bonds with their four-legged pals, it becomes increasingly difficult to leave them behind, especially going on vacation. A survey found 72% of pet owners who travel without their pets worry about them during the trip.
There are many proven benefits to having a #petfriendly workplace. Pets in the workplace can lower stress and absenteeism, increase morale and productivity, improve relationships with co-workers and help team-building.
Kevin K, one of our members from Dublin, very kindly offered to share his experiences of travelling with his dogs from Ireland to Spain / Portugal.
Kevin is also very happy to answer any questions you may have regarding this.
If you’re about to head off on holiday and toying with the idea of whether to take your furry companion along fro the trip or not, here are a few reasons that just might help convince you that you definitely should...
Nestled in Goldens Cove, on the famous Ring of Kerry and the Wild Atlantic Way is our Property of the Week, the Sneem Hotel. Winner of TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Award 2013, this quiet and unspoilt location will take your breath away. Their pet policy is simple, they welcome any dog, regardless of size, weight, or breed for zero fees or deposits.
With summer fast approaching and people busy planning their holidays, now is the best time to take advantage of the many different features of our website! But here’s a question – do you know what WoofAdvisor.com actually has to offer you? Chances are you don’t - yet!
Third generation and owner managed, the Dunmore House Hotel's setting in Clonakilty Bay not only boasts spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean but maximises that view with an adjoining 9 hole golf course, while horse riding and whale/ dolphin watching are just some of the ways to enjoy the spectacular location.
Nestled in the Gap of Dunloe, The Dunloe is possibly the most pet-friendly hotel in Ireland. This hotel will welcome you and your loveable four-legged friend with open arms.
What happens to your much loved pet in the event that a relationship breaks up? It's definitely something to consider, given the average relationship in the UK today is 2 years, 9 months, while the average dog lifespan is 10-13 years.
Downings in County Donegal is one of its most beautiful places to visit. It boasts extraordinary scenery, a stunning coastline, some brilliant pubs, surfing, sailing, horse riding and superb golf. It's also where you'll find this week's Property of the Week, Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort.
BrookLodge in Macreddin Village Co. Wicklow is hugely popular as a getaway destination, mostly because it offers a very quiet, secluded, cosy atmosphere. Set in an idyllic setting, BrookLodge sits as part of Macreddin Village, a haven for organic food, wine, beer and one of the most popular destinations for foodies.
The beautiful Wyatt Hotel in Westport offers Dog-Friendly Rooms in an isolated area of their lovely property. Their Dog-Friendly Rooms offer comfortable accommodation with either a Double Bed or a Double and a Single Bed to accommodate up to 3 people as well as your best mate!
The Sandhouse Hotel and Marine Spa is located in Rossnowlagh in Donegal, a stunning part of Ireland. This 4-star hotel overlooks the sandy Blue Flag Rossnowlagh Beach on Donegal Bay and is very popular with visitors travelling along Ireland's celebrated Wild Atlantic Way. and very popular in particular with people visiting Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way.