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From seaside getaways to country escapes, your pup will love these holidays as much as you do
May 29, 2022
LOOKING for a perfect staycation where you can take your beloved pet while enjoying breath taking views and delicious food? Here we round up three stunning must-visit.
Bike & Boot, Scarborough
LIFE'S a beach in beautiful Yorkshire for Beauty Editor Tara Ledden, her mum Alison and pooch Teddy.
This laid-back, quirky hotel isn’t just dog-friendly, it’s pawsitively dog-crazy! The rooms are spotless – try to book one with sweeping views of South Bay – with special touches for guests with four legs, including blankets and toys.
Pets are welcome throughout the hotel, from brekkie right through to late-night cocktails. Snuggle up in The Retreat lounge area, which serves complimentary hot drinks and cakes every afternoon, with its Film Club showing free movies three times daily.
The Wadobi area, designed for muddy boots, umbrellas and the like, even includes a free pooch-grooming table for a post-beach clean-up.
Bike & Boot is a great place to stay, with or without a fur baby, and it’s proven so popular that they’re soon opening another hotel in the Peak District.
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There’s heaps to explore within walking distance of the hotel, including Scarborough Art Gallery, a pre-Raphaelite church, great independent shops and, of course, the beach. Get your kitsch on at one-of-a-kind Scarborough Fair Collection, a museum full of the finest elements of the town’s past – think vintage cars, steam engines and classic fairground rides.
Adult entry costs £9, kids, £6 (Scarboroughfaircollection.com). Then walk up to Scarborough Castle for panoramic views of the Yorkshire coast. Entry costs £9 for adults, £5.40 for kids (Englishheritage.org.uk/visit/places/scarborough-castle).
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