Adventures Across the Uk for you and your pup!

No need to leave your pooch behind on your adventures! From dog friendly days out, pubs, cafes, walks, parks and even accommodation providers!

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English Heritage and National Trust, across the UK

Both the English Heritage and the National Trust have hundreds of properties and historic sites for you to discover across the whole of the UK. Better still, many of them allow your canines (on a lead) to explore by your side. Not all National Trust properties welcome dogs throughout - many only allow dogs in the grounds only - so we've put together a list of the most dog-friendly National Trust sites across the country, with no dog restrictions.

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Windermere Lake Cruises, Lake District

The Lake District is a great place to explore with your dog and many attractions, pubs, shops and cafes will welcome you and your four-legged friend. Lake Windermere is the largest lake or mere in the Lake District and is a great base to start exploring this UNESCO World Heritage site. Windermere Lake Cruises allows well-behaved dogs on all of its cruises for free and they even get their own ticket for travel. Hop aboard for a scenic cruise from Bowness, Ambleside or Lakeside every day of the year (except Christmas Day) or their Walkers ticket, great for dogs, is a circular route combining three cruises with a four-mile walk along the quiet lakeshore.

Hickson's Point - Titanic Quarter - Belfast

This 1900s-style public house at Titanic Belfast holds on to the historic feel of the shipyard with traditional music, heritage décor and locally produced food. Now a dog-friendly venue, you can enjoy a pint, nibbles and music with your furry friend before taking going for walkies along the dockside.

The Spice Ship, Dorset

Located just outside the tourist haven of Weymouth, The Spice Ship is another award-winning dog-friendly pub, with treats and water bowls for your canine companion provided free of charge. Explore the beautiful coast and country of Dorset, returning to this dogtastic destination time and time again thanks to the pawfect hospitality.

The Bow Bar, Edinburgh

Not only does this Scottish bar accommodate dogs, The Bow Bar also proudly state on their website that other friendly pets are welcome, such as cats, and that they even once had a chicken pop in for a pint. There’s always a friendly four-legged hound curled up in a corner of the pub somewhere, so you and your canine are in great company.