Pet Friendly Holidays
UK Pet Friendly Holidays, including Hotels, Glamping, Cottages, Camping, Caravaning, Yurts, enabling you to take your pet with you on holiday
With summer in full swing, many Brits will be looking at how they can get away and enjoy the sunshine. With 12 million Brits estimated to be owning pets, many of these will be wondering how they can take their furry friends on holiday with them.
Travelling with man's best friend is on the rise. In 2017, it was found that 287,000 dogs travelled abroad with their owners, a figure which has doubled since 2012. However, travelling with pets is no simple task. Another study found that 76% of dogs returning to the UK were carrying ticks.
Award-winning Cofton Holidays launches new range of pet-friendly cottages in South Devon
South Devon’s multi-award winning holiday park, Cofton Holidays, has unveiled a range of new pet-friendly cottages for 2019.
Located near the pretty coastline at Dawlish Warren, the two bedroom Horseshoe cottage and the three bedroom Coaching House, Primrose and Honeysuckle cottages sit next to 50 acres of woodland on the holiday park’s Eastdon Estate. Each caters for up to two dogs, meaning guests can enjoy a memorable holiday, free from the stress and fees of kennels.
Sean Whiting is a Director at Houghton Country. Here, he shares his top tips for taking your dog on its very first camping trip.
If you’re looking to plan a fun and affordable trip that you can also take your dog on, a camping trip could be the perfect solution. But, if your furry friend has never slept in a tent or spent much time in the great outdoors, you’ll want to properly prepare so you can ensure it’s an enjoyable experience for everyone involved.
With UK residents set to head off on a combined 70 million trips abroad this year, the 13.3 million dog owners throughout the UK may be surprised to find out just how much money they could be saving if they simply took their dog away with them. With the UK spending upwards of 1.5 billion pounds on alternative dog accommodation each year, it’s no wonder that the kennel business is heavily booming.