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Three golden labrador retriever dogs enjoying a walk with their owners at Carnfunnock Country Park in Larne, County Antrim.

Dog friendly walks & places to stay

It’s time to get tails wagging! We’ve pulled together some of the best dog walks in Northern Ireland and some of the best places for you and your four-legged friend to stay. 

  • Three golden labrador retriever dogs enjoying a walk with their owners at Carnfunnock Country Park in Larne, County Antrim.
    Categories: Pet Friendly

    Dog friendly walks & places to stay

    It’s time to get tails wagging! We’ve pulled together some of the best dog walks in Northern Ireland and some of the best places for you and your four-legged friend to stay. 

  • A wooden chalet in the trees, with a balcony and deck overlooking Lower Lough Erne at Lusty Beg Island Resort and Spa in County Fermanagh.
    Categories: Pet Friendly

    Pet friendly accommodation

    Two legs or four you’ll always find a great welcome and adventure waiting for you here in Northern Ireland. There’s almost as much to see and do here for your pet, as there is for you, and what’s more, everywhere you go across our six beautiful counties, you’ll find accommodation, experiences and attractions where your pet can go too. First things first, however, you’ll need to find a bed or a kennel for the night and here’s just some of our favourite spots. 

  • Couple walking their 2 dogs on Murlough Beach at Dundrum, County Down. Mist is blowing in from the water. Slieve Donard and the Mourne Mountains are visible though the mist in the distance.
    Categories: Pet Friendly

    Dog walking breaks

    Is there anything more endearing than seeing the joy burst back and forth in a dog’s tail when the word “walkies” is uttered. Northern Ireland is all about the outdoors and if your pooch could pick a destination for that perfect getaway or dog walking weekend break, he’d probably pick here. With a ton of great walks, dog-friendly accommodation and places to chew more than just a bone, you and your four-legged friend are sure to have a great time on a dog walking weekend break in Northern Ireland.

  • A red haired dog lies in front of an open fire while its owner drinks a cup of tea at Pier 36 in Donaghadee, County Down.
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    Dog friendly pubs & restaurants

    We love our dogs here. Sure we even have one on display in the Ulster Museum, though you might not want to mention that to your pooch. Our four-legged friends are sometimes our best friends and it can be very hard to leave them behind when you go on holiday. So why not just bring them with you. There are plenty of places where they’ll be just as welcome as anyone else in your family. Here’s a list of pubs and restaurants who can take a bow (wow) when it comes to looking after our best furry friend.

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