Described as a land of big adventures, Northumberland has lots to discover. From ancient castles to rolling countryside, secluded beaches and bustling cities. This historic county is the perfect location for a holiday with friends, family, your better half or even a solo expedition. Whether you prefer the coast or country, you’ll get to enjoy the best of both worlds.
Spend a day in Bamburgh and take a walk along its dramatic coast - on clear days you can see out over to the nearby Farne Islands and Holy Island to the north. Head inland, and you’ll discover the most gorgeous woodlands in the Kielder Water & Forest Park. History buffs have plenty to enjoy too - including the iconic Alnwick Castle, Hadrian Wall and Bamburgh Castle which date back over 300 years.
Who better to explore this stunning landscape with than your four-legged friend? We’ve got a fabulous selection of dog-friendly hotels in Northumberland - from pet-friendly bed and breakfasts to classy boutique hotels worthy of five-star ratings. This includes the Inn Collection Group, the Macdonald Linden Hall Golf Hotel, the Warkworth House Hotel, Victoria Hotel Bamburgh, Beaumont Hotel, Slaley Hall Hotel, George Hotel and the Cottage Inn Hotel.
In need of some R&R? We’ve got fabulous hotels with swimming pools and spas for you to unwind in. Or perhaps, you’d like a hotel with a restaurant just a few minutes walk from a bustling market town like Morpeth town centre. From luxury suites, boutique retreats and budget-friendly Northumberland hotels, to relaxing breaks in the area’s finest country clubs and guest rooms in dog-friendly pubs like the Hog’s Head Inn, nothing is too much trouble.
Your pups will be right at home with dog beds, dog treats, food bowls and water - even in public areas. You won’t be left out either with a range of amenities such as breakfast in bed, tea and coffee making facilities, balconies and private bathrooms. Many of our city centre hotels even come with free parking and we have award-winning county hotels amidst Northumberland National Park too. So, what are you waiting for?
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Can’t decide where to stay? Here are some of our most popular destinations for dog-friendly breaks in Northumberland. From Bamburgh to Beadnell, there are plenty of lovely locations in the county:
Unfortunately Alnwick Castle is not dog-friendly. However, there are plenty of dog-friendly activities and places in Northumberland. This includes Dunstanburgh Castle, Belsay Hall, Housesteads Roman Fort and Barters Books.
This will depend on the hotel you’re looking at, what dates you want to travel and how long you stay for. If you have a budget in mind, however, our team can recommend accommodation.
Again, this depends on the hotel you choose. Dog-friendly rooms usually come with dog beds, treats, toys and bowls. For pet parents, there’s a comfy bed, en-suite, TV, and tea and coffee making facilities to name a few.
Experience the unspoiled beauty of Alnmouth Beach, a hidden gem along the Northumberland coastline. With its pristine sandy shores, stunning dunes, and panoramic views, it's a paradise for beach lovers and nature enthusiasts. Enjoy leisurely walks, beachcombing, and water activities while immersing yourself in the tranquility of this coastal retreat.
Address: Alnmouth Beach, Alnmouth, Northumberland, NE66 2RA
Embark on an unforgettable wildlife adventure at Northumberland Zoo. Encounter a fascinating array of exotic animals up close, from majestic big cats to playful primates. With interactive experiences, educational talks, and beautiful surroundings, it's an ideal destination for families and animal enthusiasts.
Address: Northumberland Zoo, Felton, Morpeth, Northumberland, NE65 9QH