The top 5 dog-friendly hostels in the UK2 min read

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It’s estimated that 41.7 million tourists visited the UK in 2018, which is unsurprising because there’s so much to love about the amazing nation. The UK is incredibly green, with stunning national parks and landmarks to explore.

Let’s not forget the welcoming people in every part of the UK, who will make your trip feel stress-free and welcoming. All of these reasons and more are why 68% of people chose a UK break over a holiday abroad in 2017, with more natives opting for a staycation instead of a trip overseas.

Holidaying in the UK is incredibly advantageous, especially if you have a dog you want to share your adventures with. Dog kennels can be expensive, potentially even more expensive than the holiday itself. So instead of a kennel, why don’t you find some dog-friendly accommodation to stay in? Here’s a rundown of the top five dog-friendly hostels in the UK that you can stay at with your four-legged friend.

1. Deepdale Groups Hostel, England

If you find yourself in the North of England with your doggy friend, then this group hostel is perfect for you. The rustic barn is located on the coast of North Norfolk, meaning that it’s the perfect location for a beach walk with your dog. The barn can comfortably sleep up to eighteen people, making it the ideal destination if you’re planning a big group holiday or family reunion.

2. Pentre Bach Bunkhouse, Wales,

Deep in the heart of Wales, this dog-friendly bunkhouse is in the middle of the countryside and has a stunning view of Mount Snowdon. Only eight minutes from a pub which was voted pub of the year, you can enjoy a drink and a bite to eat with your four-legged friend at your side.

3. The Marine Hotel, Northern Ireland

If you’re looking for a more luxurious hostel stay, nothing compares to this accommodation in Ballycastle. Located at the Causeway Coast, you and your dog will have endless fun exploring the nearby beach and getting a lot of exercise. Best of all, your canine friend will receive a welcome basket on arrival, filled with luxury treats and fun toys to play with.

4. Gilfach Wen Barn, Wales

Located in Brechfa Forest, this Welsh destination as been named one of the most dog-friendly tourism destinations in the country. The surrounding area has a variety of tracks and trails which both you and your dog will delight in exploring. The accommodation itself is a dream for dog owners and is specifically designed to make their stay comfortable.

5. Marthrown of Mabie Bunkhouse, Scotland

For a more secluded UK holiday, you have to visit this quirky and beautiful area. Surrounded by the tranquillity of Mabie Forest, it’s easy to forget about the stressors of the modern world and just spend some quality time with your family and animals. Best of all, this hostel has a sauna and a hot tub, which are a delight to relax in.

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