Can I Bring My Dog?

By Mark Wright

Can I bring my dog? is a question we are often asked. For solo walkers, their dogs are their companion, and for couples, their dogs are quite simply part of the family and it wouldn’t feel right to leave them behind. After all, dogs, like people, contribute to making memories that will last a lifetime.

Whatever your situation, we have a wide selection of dog friendly holidays on popular routes such as Hadrian’s Wall, a coast to coast journey following the most extensive Roman remains in the world. The Herriot Way, visiting the Yorkshire countryside associated with the much loved vet and author James Herriot. The Cleveland Way, a combination of wild moorland and dramatic coastline, and here in the Lake District we have dog friendly itineraries on the iconic Cumbria Way as well as the Inn Way to the Lake District, a 90 mile circular walk passing no fewer than 40 traditional inns.

There’s much to consider when taking your dog on a walking holiday and we’ve tried to cover this on our page  Walking With Your Dog, please take a look. You can link through to the various holidays and make your booking online. As always, if you have any questions whatsoever, simply give us a call on 017687 72335 and together we’ll find the perfect holiday for both you and your dog.

Client Feedback

The staff are very friendly and efficient, the info packs with supporting info are great, the accommodation options are varied and excellent.

Lady Anne’s Way, August 2023
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We felt well-informed every step of the way. You provided the transfers as requested and the rooms we requested and satisfied our special requests. We felt like we got every penny of our money’s worth.

Fife Coastal Path, September 2023
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The whole trip was just fantastic, I have recommended it and you to so many people. All we had to think about was the walk each day and what we were going to see. The organisation of it all was faultless and left us to just enjoy it all.

West Highland Way, September 2023
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