Dog friendly accommodation in Bristol
- Marta Griffin | January 31, 2022
Going on a staycation to a city may have you wondering whether your pet pooch can come with you, after all dogs enjoy exploring new places too. Luckily there is lots of accommodation in Bristol that is dog friendly.
From cottages to hotels, Bristol has lots of dog friendly accommodation options so you are sure to find one that you and your dog can enjoy on your visit to the city.
Greyfield Farm Cottages
Located in High Littleton, Greyfield Cottages are situated in the heart of three and a half acres of private land that overlooks the Mendips making it the perfect place for walks and exploring the outdoors. There are five beautiful stone cottages on the land that come with their own garden/patio area and access to facilities such as hot tub, sauna and barbecue. Dogs are allowed in all but one cottage with prior arrangement, pet towels and pet hair attachments for the vacuum cleaners are also available on request.
For a more regal, dog friendly accommodation in Bristol, Thornbury Castle was built in the 16th Century and once belonged to Henry VIII. Based in 15 acres and surrounded by the Tudor Walled Garden there is plenty of space for dogs to exercise. Well behaved pets are welcome in the bedrooms, public lounge areas and also the gardens, there are also dog waste bins as well as access to water and food bowls if needed.
Hotel du Vin
Housed in a former sugar factory, Hotel du Vin is a unique and luxury accommodation in Bristol. The factory has been transformed into 40 bedrooms and a number of cosy loft suites that are all uniquely decorated. Named after wines and vineyards; the most luxurious room is the Verve Clicquot room which is equipped with a king sized bed, private lounge and twin baths. Treat your pet to luxury Bristol accommodation, dogs staying at the hotel receive a dog bed, bowls and dog chews to make them feel right at home.
The Avon George
On top of Avon George, this hotel by Hotel du Vin has one of the best locations in the city. Situated just next to Clifton, and the city centre only a few minutes walk away, it is in the perfect place to explore Bristol with your dog. All the rooms feature the classic and contemporary feel of other Hotel du Vin accomodation and dogs receive a dog bed and dog bowl so there is no need to bring your own.
Ibis Temple Meads Quay
If you are looking for a more budget friendly accommodation in Bristol to stay with your dog then the Ibis Temple Meads Quay is perfect. In between Temple Meads Railway station and Cabot Circus this accommodation is easily accessible by public transport and also close to iconic places. All rooms come with ensuites, wifi, freeview TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
If you would prefer to bring your dog on holiday with you, rather than put them in kennels then accommodation in Bristol offers you plenty of options to suit all tastes and budgets. Remember to check directly with the hotel their policies on dogs before you book.