Dog Friendly Bed and Breakfast Accomodation in Nottinghamshire
Unlike many traditional accommodations, many Farm Stay properties can also host your four-legged, canine friends in our bed and breakfast accommodation. So whether you’re a couple, family or on your own with your furred companion, you’re sure to feel at home with us. A dog can often feel like part of the family, and kennel fees can be a hidden extra on top of a holiday, so why not take advantage of a Farm Stay accommodation and bring your dog along. You’d be barking mad to miss out.
If there is one thing Nottinghamshire Farm Stay can guarantee it’s a delicious Nottinghamshire breakfast. What better way to start the day’s adventure than with a good breakfast inside, ready for a long walk with your dog or whatever other exciting activity that Nottingham has in store. Farm Stay breakfast usually consist of a continental style breakfast consisting of cereals and breads, or for the proper farmhouse style breakfast then the other option of a “full English” is a must. The full English consist of sausage, eggs, mushrooms, bacon and beans (with some local variations). Whatever you decide, you and your family will be in for a treat.
Nottinghamshire has some fantastic and stunning vista for you to enjoy. Of course, taking your dog on holiday also means that you will want easy access to some great walks – whether you prefer leisurely strolls or something a bit more active. Often you will be able to walk your dog on the farm where you are staying and further afield, Nottinghamshire boasts some of the finest countryside in the UK. Nottinghamshire is a very welcoming community for both dogs and children, so why not make this holiday truly special and bring the kids along.
Nottinghamshire offers a varied environment for your Farm Stay break. From the historical centres of Nottingham itself and Newark, to the calm and tranquillity of Sherwood Forrest, you are in for a real treat when it comes to finding new areas for you and your dog to explore. Nottinghamshire is famous for its good local produce and you are bound to find something tasty to eat during your Farm Stay break. The local ales and ciders are also a famous speciality of the region.
If going off the grid with Self-Catering accommodation is more your style, have a look at self-catering dog friendly accommodation.