Dog Friendly Bath
Looking to book a break away with your four-legged friend? Here are some of the best places to stretch their legs, enjoy a meal together and then rest your heads at the end of a busy day!
The Great Outdoors
Wherever you are in Bath you are never far from a beautiful green space to walk your canine companion.
If you are staying in the city centre, Royal Victoria Park is only a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Milsom Street and has plenty of space for a game of fetch.
For those wishing to venture a little further, why not try The National Trust’s Bath Skyline Walk? With stunning views right across the beautiful city of Bath it is guaranteed to impress.
Access the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal via Sydney gardens. The canal weaves it way through the valley to Bradford on Avon and beyond, or as far as your legs can take you!
For something a little different the Two Tunnels offers a walking and cycle track through two disused railway tunnels, one over a mile long! Look out for the light and sound installations.
Where to Eat and Drink
There are plenty of pubs and restaurants in Bath that go out of their way to accommodate visitors and their pets:
- The King William
- The Chequers
- The Marlborough Tavern
- The Hare & Hounds
- Café Lucca
- Chapel Arts Café
- The Huntsman
- Bath Brew House
- Hall & Woodhouse
- The Bell Inn
- The Hop Pole
- The Locksbrook Inn
- The Boater
- The Star Inn
Where to Stay
Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa offers a specialist canine room service menu and ‘Maps for Mutts’, which show you all the best walks. There is also an area where you can wash and dry your dog after their outdoor excursions.
The Abbey Hotel in the centre of Bath features pet-friendly rooms, which come with food, water bowls and treats. Dogs are welcome in the lounge area, but not in the restaurant.
Ston Easton Park Hotel has a fluffy, four-legged master of the house… Oscar the Cocker Spaniel! Alongside a warm welcome from Oscar, the hotel pet packages which include accommodation, a three-course dinner (for you!), a doggie dinner and breakfast too.
Woolley Grange Hotel has something for all the family including your four-legged friends. There are 14 acres of stunning grounds for you and your dog to enjoy, and the hotel will even provide a dog bed and bowl in your room for a small fee.
There are many hotels and bed and breakfasts in the city that will accept well behaved dogs at their discretion, so it is always worth asking before you book!