Blessingbourne Estate, County Tyrone

A perfect holiday or short break is one that all the family can enjoy, including your four-legged friend.

Northern Ireland has everything you need to take your pet with you. With dog-friendly hotels, B&Bs, and cottages near beautiful walks, your holiday experience will be one to remember.


The Inn on the Coast, Portrush

Situated on the Causeway Coastal Route between the harbour towns of Portrush and Portstewart in County Antrim is The Inn on the Coast.

This hotel offers spacious accommodation with excellent walking routes nearby.

There are dedicated pet-friendly rooms on the ground floor for up to two dogs. Your pet is welcome at the seating area of the foyer and in the reception, where you can relax and enjoy a drink or meal.

The Inn even awards a Good Behaviour Certificate and a treat for your furry friend on check out.

 

Marine Hotel, Ballycastle

The Marine Hotel in Ballycastle, in the heart of the Causeway Coast, has dedicated rooms and areas set aside for families staying with their pets.

Your furry friend will be given the special guest treatment on arrival, with a bag of treats and toy.

You can also enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in the library away from other guests.

 

Blessingbourne Estate, County Tyrone

The Blessingbourne country estate, nestled on 550 acres of countryside with woodland and private lakes, has five luxury self-catering apartments which are all dog-friendly.

You can even bring your horse or pony with you, where they too can have a holiday in the on-site stables in the heart of Blessingbourne’s working farm.

The estate offers an idyllic setting for outdoor activity and adventure and is the perfect place to discover the thrill of exploring Northern Ireland's beautiful countryside on horseback.

 

Brown Trout Golf and Country Inn, County Londonderry

 

All rooms are dog-friendly at the Brown Trout Golf and Country Inn in Aghadowey, especially the spacious 4* courtyard cottages.

Guests can enjoy walks on the pathway alongside the golf course, then relax afterwards in the bar and lobby.

The inn has worked hard to make things laid back, with a south-facing patio for long summer days and four open fires for dark winter nights.

 

Click here for a full list of dog-friendly accommodation in Northern Ireland.

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