Beach House, Smugglers Cove, Portreath, Cornwall
Set in a glorious beach front position in the hamlet of Smugglers Cove, Portreath, Beach House is a luxurious self catering holiday home with uninterrupted sea and harbour views. The modern interior of this unique property boasts : A Hot Tub Cinema Den with games consoles Direct Beachfront Ac read more
Mel House Cottages - Pickering, North Yorkshire
The four comfortable and fully equipped properties, which comprise Mel House Cottages, are the result of the sympathetic conversion of a former run of stables and a barn. The cottages retain a number of original features, including 150 year old beams, and your holiday at Mel House Cottages will be thoroughly relaxing, and read more
Pen-y-Dyffryn Country Hotel on the Shropshire / Welsh Border
Pen-y-Dyffryn's hillside setting, facing the Welsh mountains to the west, promise some of the finest sunsets in the land. There are few places better than the hotel´s terrace, or the fabulous summerhouse, to tuck into tea and cake. Inside, a distinctly laid-back style, with log fires at every tur read more
LandCruise Motorhome Hire - Go on holiday with ALL the family!
LandCruise owns the largest range of motorhome rental vehicles in the South of England. A selection of our fleet is specially reserved as Pet Friendly, with 10 different layouts to choose from. Among which are our Flash 636 and Escape 695 “Roverhomes” where we have converted the rear bottom bunk into a sizeable dog read more
Westonbirt, The National Arboretum, is a fantastic place to walk your dog!
Dogs are welcome in Silk Wood: Representing two thirds of the arboretum, there’s plenty of space to explore with your pooch! Please keep dogs on a lead around the car parks, and also in the area outside of the Westonbirt Restaurant, the Great Oak Hall, the shop and plant centre and the toilets. Facilities for you and your dog: read more
Helsbury Park is luxurious, totally dog friendly accommodation based in Cornwall
Helsbury Park is luxurious, totally dog friendly accommodation based in Cornwall, with around 100 acres of 'back garden' including river, woods and pasture for your dog to run free! North Cornwall is a fabulous place for you and your dogs; the wide open expanse of Bodmin Moor, the dog friendly beaches, the unique Camel Trail and the spec read more
For many years holidays have been enjoyed at Cutkive Wood Holiday Lodges, many people returning year after year to experience this unique rural location surrounded by Cornwall’s beautiful countryside. You are invited to discover and share this idyllic setting. Nestling in the heart of a peaceful and lovely family owned read more
Keep dogs fit and support British business
Ceri Rundle, owner of CSJ says, “We have noticed increased traffic on our website www.csjk9.com as people delve into the background and provenance of who exactly they can buy from to get great products and also support the British economy. We are so lucky to have our base in the lovely Wales countryside and to have had the suppor read more
Michelle's Cottages: Dover & Sandwich, East Kent Coast
Michelle's Cottages comprises of two, charming, self-catering holiday cottages on the East Kent coast. The Gate House offers a fairy-tale opportunity to stay in a mini-Gothic castle. With turret, beams and a canopied bed, this historic cottage sleeps two, plus two. Beams and other period touches feature alongside such pr read more
The Castle Hotel, Bishops Castle
Built in 1719 The Castle Hotel has offered great value accommodation, food and beer in the small beautiful market town of Bishops Castle for over 300 years. Visit www.thecastlehotelbishopscastle.co.uk Call 01588 638403 Email firstname.lastname@example.org Situated on top of the hill where the read more
Walking holidays with your dog
A good walk is of course the highlight of a doggy day. Lots to sniff, dogs to meet, and a sense of traveling along with the humans on a shared mission. If you love a good walk yourself, then read on! These pleasures of a single walk can be magnified greatly on a walking holiday. From a weekend to a fortnight or more, each day brings new exper read more
How to keep dogs cool in the summer heat
Timely advice from Blue Cross, on how to keep your dog safe and also have fun in the summer sun. Including : Heatstroke in Dogs Dogs in hot cars: Never leave a dog in a car, even for a moment. "Not long" is too long. also advice on "Can I smash a window to free a dog from a hot care?" read more
Dogs Welcome to the Lost Gardens of Heligan All Year Round!
The Lost Gardens of Heligan has taken the ground-breaking step of revoking its seasonal ban on dogs during key tourist months (*dogs were originally only allowed during the winter months). Whilst some councils are ignoring public opinion and looking to introduce 24-hour dog bans, Heligan has followed the liberal attitude of Cities read more
Coping with the death of a pet : Blue Cross Pet Bereavement and Pet Loss
Grieving for the loss of a pet, whether through death, parting or enforced separation, can be a sad and difficult experience. When the love and friendship of a pet are gone, life may suddenly seem very empty. If you have lost, or are facing saying goodbye to, a much loved pet and need somebody to talk to, the Blue Cross Pet Bereavem read more
Burton Agnes Hall - Driffield, East Yorkshire
Built in 1598 by Sir Henry Griffith, Burton Agnes Hall is a magnificent example of Elizabethan architecture, and is still inhabited by descendents of the same family. Today, Simon Cunliffe-Lister and his wife Olivia, with their young children Islay and Joss, welcome visitors into their home, which is filled with treasures collected read more
Clumber Park, Worksop
Clumber Park, Worksop - National Trust Clumber Park is a beautiful expanse of parkland, heath and woods covering more than 3,800 acres. Today Clumber offers freedom to discover a ducal park - explore picturesque parkland and gardens, peaceful woodlands and a magnificent lake. Not only is Clumber's mosaic of habitats home to an a read more
Dog walking : Canal & River Trust
Dog walking : Canal & River Trust When it comes to stretching all four legs, the canal is a canine’s best friend. Paula Boyden, deputy veterinary director at the Dogs Trust says: “Many dog owners enjoy taking their dogs for walks along the canals and rivers because it is generally quite quiet. Many city-dwellers find read more
Recycled Beer Barrels used as Dog Watering Stations, at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
Dogs on leads are welcome at Fairhaven Garden. There is a dog entry charge (30p) to cover the cost of poop scoops, which are given to every dog owner. Annual dog memberships are also available. Dog bins are sited in the gardens. Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden is at South Walsham, nine miles east of Norwich read more
Find a Vet : kindly provided by The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Dealing with an unexpected illness, during a holiday can be difficult. If it's your dog that is taken ill there can be that extra worry of having to find a vet. Find A Vet is designed to help you locate a veterinary practice in your area. You can search by practice name, town or postcode region. The Find a Vet s read more
CSJ helps lawns with Eezy Peezy!
During the Covid-19 situation whilst people are staying at home more their gardens have become the apple of their eye. BUT … lawns are under siege from dry weather and burn marks caused by pet urine! What to do? Fortunately CSJ has a herbal product on hand. Their 'Eezy Peezy!’ is specifically formulated to help opti read more