DOG FRIENDLY BREAKS IN BRITAIN ALASTAIR SAWDAY S GUIDE TO THE BEST DOG FRIENDLY PUBS HOTELS BBS AND SELF CATERING PLACES IN BRITAIN ALASTAIR SAWDAY S SPECIAL PLACES TO STAY
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Author : Alastair Sawday
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Well-researched and brilliantly presented guide offering authentic and delightful places to stay with your dog. Including places to suit all pockets, this guide to dog-friendly pubs, hotels, b&b's and self-catering accommodation will help you plan your holiday and also makes an ideal gift.Sift through the pages to find unexpected generosity and dashes of eccentricity in places where a dog can share your room. B&Bs, hotels, weekend boltholes and inns: remote and simple or wrapped in luxury, each one is special in its own way. Find tasty breakfasts to wake to, log fires to come home to and a guaranteed welcome for dogs -runarounds in the garden, towels for muddy paws, treats behind the bar. Above all: owners who know all the dog-friendly walks, woods, beaches, picnic spots and pubs on their patch. Pick an area from our map, select a coloured number (red for B&B/hotel, blue for self-catered) and find the relevant page. User-friendly maps and lively write-ups make each guide a pleasure to read - and a great gift for a friend.• A wonderful collection of over 150 hotels, B&Bs, weekend boltholes and inns where guests can share a bedroom with their dog• At each there's a special treat for your dog - maybe a tasty sausage at breakfast, a river to splash through, or a fleecy blanket by the fire• Honest write ups, clear symbols and excellent maps take the hard work out of finding the perfect place – be it a friendly townhouse, a chic eco barn or a hotel by the sea• With a brilliant selection of dog-friendly pubs-for-a-pint to visit• We look for what we like, celebrate the unusual and the beautiful, and inspect each and every place. We've visited all these special places and like them - we know you will too!
What happens when you want to take a holiday, or even just pop out for a drink, and your dog looks up at you with those expectant eyes? Do you know which pubs welcome muddy paws with a bowl of water and a dog biscuit? Or where you and your dog can both enjoy a comfortable overnight stay? From the editors of the UK's No 1 travel guide, the much loved Good Pub Guide, comes the latest edition of the Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs. Featuring fully updated information, the guide provides you with hundreds of wonderful places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. With this book to hand, there's no need to leave your dog at home. Faithful friends deserve a break too!
There are hundreds of good reasons to visit Wales: the castles, cathedrals, and choirs, the walking and cycling, the festivals, fishing and food. From the stunning sweep of the Brecon Beacons to ruggedly windswept South Stack. From the beaches of the Gower to the gardens of Bodnant and Aberglasney – this handy little guide is invaluable for making any trip special. Choose from over 100 places to stay: B&Bs, self-catering cottages, hotels, inns and pubs with rooms. All have been inspected and all are good value. Wake up in your B&B to circling red kites and the breathtaking backdrop of the Black Mountains. Stay in a simple inn lost in the hills where king-sized breakfasts set you up for a day in Snowdonia. Dine on Tenby sea bass and fresh garden produce after stretching your legs on the Pembrokeshire coastal path, then settle into the warm contemporary luxury of a converted abbey. We choose places and people who do their own thing with passion and flair.
Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher Lonely Planet's Travel with Dogs is packed full of advice and tips on travelling the world with your dog. The nine chapters cover the essentials of taking your dog on vacation or holiday by car, train, boat or plane, and how to find somewhere suitable to stay. The handy pocket-sized book starts with giving the reasons why readers will enjoy taking their dog on their travels and how to decide what your dog is capable of. The golden rules of dog travel are listed. Next Lonely Planet provides explanations of what type of vaccinations, health certificates and documents are needed for travel around the Americas, Europe and Australia with a dog. Then different modes of transport are discussed: How to transport your dog safely and comfortably in your car - what to pack, how frequently to take breaks, whether to use a harness or a crate How to go camping or RVing on a road trip with your dog (including advice for hiking with your dog) How to take your dog on a plane - what airlines are the most pet-friendly, whether your dog can travel in the cabin as carry-on luggage or in the hold, using a crate, clearing security And finally, there is information on finding dog-friendly places to stay: hotels, motels, B&Bs. Additionally, a listings section features international travel resources for dog-owners plus other sources of information. This book will help dog owners plan and prepare for travel with their furry best friends, and inspire trips further afield. About Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet's mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places they find themselves in. TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category 'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.' - New York Times 'Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.' - Fairfax Media (Australia)
What happens when you want to take a holiday or even just pop out for a drink and your dog looks up at you with expectant eyes? Do you know which pubs welcome muddy paws with a bowl of water and a dog biscuit? Or where you and your dog can both enjoy a comfortable overnight stay? From the editors of the UK's No 1 travel guide, the much loved Good Pub Guide, comes the latest edition of the Good Guide to Dog Friendly Pubs, Hotels and B&Bs. Featuring fully updated information, the guide provides you with hundreds of wonderful places in the UK to drink, eat and stay with your pet. With this book to hand there's no need to leave your dog at home. Faithful friends deserve a break too!
Author : Sarah Guy
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London for Dogs features over 120 ideas for things to do with your dog in the city. Organised around each borough from North to South, East to West, there’s something to discover whether you want to be surprised by a gem just round the corner or fancy exploring somewhere further afield. Including pubs, cafes and restaurants that welcome dogs with enthusiasm; find the best places to enjoy a quiet hour or meet up with friends, and maybe even discover your new local. As well as London’s more obvious green spaces, this guide will also highlight unsung parks, such as the lovely Hilly Fields in South East London. There’ll also be suggestions of weekend activities such as the Lee Valley dog agility course, which includes jumps, hoops and a high walk. For less energetic things to do on the weekends, the guide will also cover behaviourists, groomers and quirky dog boutiques where you can treat your pooch to everything from handmade treats to tweed dog collars. Looking to escape city life for a day? The guide also includes inspiration for short trips away, as well as top ten lists for those pushed for time. Whether you’re a resident Londoner looking for new dog-friendly inspiration, or a visitor hoping to navigate the city with your four-legged friend, London for Dogs will transform your experience of London. Featuring contributions from journalist and broadcaster Kate Spicer, food writer Debora Robertson and founder of Lily's Kitchen Pet Food, Henrietta Morrison.
Forty-eight of the loveliest places to stay throughout England are celebrated in this lushly photographed guide to “slow” food, places, and lodgings which have been chosen with environment in mind. In this guide, these ecological concerns translate into some of the most inspired settings and delicious food in England. There are cottages and castles surrounded by wild and rambling gardens or a bluebell wood, guestrooms tucked under the eaves, fitted with down comforters and luxurious bathrooms. You’ll dine on home-baked bread and ice cream churned by hand; local meat, fish and produce; eggs laid by the chickens wandering across the lawn; fruit from the orchard across the way and libations from local breweries or vineyards. For each area of England there are dozens of recommendations for “slow” things to see and places to dine on artisanal, organic, homemade local food. There are supplementary listings of additional pubs and inns. Also with: maps of the seven areas of England, useful websites, how to travel to the special places, and information about “How to be Slow.”