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Don't leave your beloved dog at home...


Everyone needs a holiday, so why wouldn't your dogs.  So many dogs are left in Kennels for a fortnight while their owners pack their suitcase and top up their sun tan on a holiday.  But what about your dogs, they spend all year waiting for you to come home from work and to spend time with them in the evenings/weekend.  They need a break.  Often people think that there isn't any options for taking their pooch for a break, but this isn't correct.  There are many choices for a UK break or even further afield with a dog.


I've taken my Springer Spaniels on many holidays around the UK - its great to be able to spend some time with them, seeing the faces light up when we get them out of the car and let them run around the beach.


So I'm going to show you how easy it is to take your dog on holiday, how dog friendly the UK really is.


Full details coming soon.

Dog Friendly Holiday Ideas

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ELVEY FARM - A medieval farmstead in a magical setting

I have stayed here several times when on holiday for a short break in KENT seeing family.  Set in the core of Kentish Darling Buds of May countryside, it is so peaceful, you can't not relax.  It is very rare to find a luxurious, beautiful guesthouse that takes dogs. The owners are very nice, plus they have a lovely Golden Retriever called Scubie who loves to meet guests and get a pat.  It has several awards including 4 star + silver award + breakfast award from and also Guest House of Year 2011 by Les Routiers.

I would recommend it to everyone.

Elvey Lane, Pluckley, KENT, TN27 0SU. Tel 01233 840442


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Bring your dog/s on holiday with you.  There are alot of cottages across the UK that take 1, 2 or 3+ dogs - Go on treat them