BrewDog Kennels Aberdeen sits on Union Street, in the heart of the city. The hotel has 26 studio style air-conditioned bedrooms, each with epic BrewDog touches such as shower beer fridges, a guitar and record collections. The “hoppiest” place on earth, BrewDog Castlegate is below the Kennels and serves 28 beers on tap, and a mouth-watering menu. Dogs are welcome.
The Star Inn sits in the stone village of Harbottle, ten miles west of Rothbury near the Scottish border. Sensitively refurbished, this dog friendly coaching Inn has three comfortable en-suite bedrooms, and two family friendly two-bedroom cottages. The village stands near the site of the ruins of Harbottle Castle, in Coquetdale in the Northumberland National Park, close to the Cheviot Hills.
The Old Swan is a beautifully refurbished country pub situated in the pretty village of Gargrave, four miles north west of Skipton on the very edge of the Yorkshire Dales. They have five comfortable double bedrooms each named after local mountains and rivers. The local area is extremely popular with walkers and cyclists, with Malham, Grassington, and the Three Yorkshire Peaks nearby.
The Green Man is a real ale pub and restaurant situated in the village of Norton Disney, between Lincoln and Newark, two miles south east of the A46. They have three eco log cabins which are the perfect base for family and dog friendly stays and sleep up to six guests each. RSPB Langford Lowfields and Sherwood Forest are within easy reach, as are choices for golfing and fishing enthusiasts.
The Star at Lidgate is a charming country pub and restaurant situated in the village of Lidgate, on the B1063 road between Newmarket, the hometown of British horse racing and Bury St Edmunds. They have two eco log cabins which are the perfect base for family and dog friendly stays and sleep up to six guests each. There are also several great fishing lakes and golf courses close by.
The Crossings Inn sits in the village of Roweltown, surrounded by the Kielder Forest to the north and the North Pennines to the south, but only a 15-minute drive from Carlisle. A “Four in a Bed” winner on Channel 4, they have two eco log cabins which are the perfect base for family and dog friendly stays. One of their cabins sleeps up to four guests, whilst the other sleeps up to six.
The Blind Bull sits in the heart of the Peak District and inhabits the site of Britain’s fifth oldest public house. Recently restored to its former glory, this 12th century gastropub has a unique dining space, tap room, panoramic views and six gorgeous bedrooms. This award winning foodie pub is a casual and welcoming place to gather and taste Derbyshire’s delicious local produce.
The Howard Arms sits in the quaint market town of Brampton, and perfectly combines tradition with contemporary twists. This award-winning, dog friendly pub has eight bedrooms. The pub is located around ten miles from Carlisle, with walking routes along Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site, beginning just six miles away. Hadrian’s Cycleway and the Coast-to-Coast ride are on their doorstep.
The Ship Inn is a warm and welcoming gastro pub with six modern bedrooms in the attractive village of Wylam. This charming country inn is perfect for exploring Northumberland’s beautiful National park, enjoying its castles, dramatic coastlines and scenic walking and cycling trails.