The Pheasant

The Pheasant Country Hotel & Inn sits in beautifully manicured country gardens in the quiet coastal village of Kelling. Perfectly placed to explore the Norfolk coast, the Pheasant has 32 elegant en-suite bedrooms including good options for families, golfers, couples, and guests requiring an accessible room. Sheringham and Cromer’s Blue Flag beaches and golf courses are within proximity.

The Manor

The Manor Coastal Hotel & Inn has 36 gorgeous en-suite bedrooms, some of which have views over the salt marshes, estuary, courtyard, or tranquil gardens. The coastal village of Blakeney sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the North Norfolk Coastal Path travelling along its quayside. For dog owners Blakeney is a pooch paradise. The Manor has several dog friendly bedrooms.

The Castle Hotel

The Castle Hotel is a historic coaching inn located on the site of a Cistercian abbey within the UNESCO World Heritage walled town of Conwy. Nestled in the heart of the town, there are 29 en-suite single, double, and twin bedrooms to choose from. Conwy Castle is a few hundred metres away, the marina is nearby, as is Llandudno Golf Club. For the ultimate luxury book the deluxe suites.

The Shipwrights Arms

The Shipwrights Arms sits on the banks of the Helford River within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The pub has four contemporary en-suite bedrooms, including rooms suitable for family, accessible, and dog friendly stays. Helford was named one of the “20 most beautiful villages in the UK and Ireland” by Condé Nast Traveler. Book a stay and enjoy idyllic views and Cornish hospitality.

The Ness

The Ness is a charming place to stay right by the water’s edge in the village of Shaldon, on the south bank of the estuary of the River Teign. A short drive from Teignmouth, this characterful 19th century pub has nine Standard, Superior, and Luxury coastal inspired bedrooms. Nautical memorabilia, tales of a smuggling past, and a restaurant serving delicious pub classics awaits guests.

The Duchess of Cornwall

The Duchess of Cornwall is a welcoming three-storey West Country inn, designed on a grand scale. Situated in Poundbury on the outskirts of Dorchester, the pub has 20 Georgian-inspired en-suite double bedrooms. Book a stay and enjoy Dorset’s breathtaking walking trails and historic attractions such as Cerne Abbas, Maiden Castle, or Max Gate, a Victorian house built for the author Thomas Hardy.

The Merrymoor Inn

The Merrymoor Inn near Newquay sits proudly in the coastal settlement of Mawgan Porth, renowned for its beautiful beach, dramatic coastline, and spectacular views. Four miles north of vibrant Newquay, the pub has seven inviting en-suite bedrooms, many of which have glorious views of the beach and cliffs beyond. Family-owned and dog friendly, this Cornish gem is the picture-perfect coastal escape.

Brown’s Hotel

Built in 1752, Brown’s Hotel in Laugharne was the favourite watering hole of the poet and writer Dylan Thomas. Beautifully refurbished, Brown’s has 14 single, double, and superior double en-suite bedrooms, luxurious suites, and a few dog friendly rooms. Featured in The Guardian, Telegraph, Times, Tatler, and New York Times, Dexters Steakhouse & Grill serves great food in a relaxed setting.

BrewDog Kennels Aberdeen

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.