To many, their furry friend is a definite part of the family, and when they travel, the pooch travels too. Why leave your dog at home when you are having a well earned break?
Across our destination there are lots of dog friendly locations; perfect, cosy, comfortable, luxurious accommodation to welcome you all.
If you like the thought of self-catering then why not have a look at these options?
Close by Gosford Forest is Tandragee Gate Lodge so an excellent opportunity to stay in a restored 19th century gatekeepers cottage. With space for well trained dogs – and their owners and the chance to stretch everyone’s legs with long walks at Gosford, what more could you need for a break with your treasured pooch?
A private fairy forest and a stream are the setting for Lakeview Cottage in Poyntzpass. Dogs welcome with space for 7 guests to rest and relax.
Set in quaint Tynan, Abbey View Cottage offers tranquil relaxation, dogs included. A quiet location, suitable for walks and cycles around country lanes, and golfing nearby.
Crannagael House is a listed Georgian House and has a claim to the origins of the Armagh Bramley Apple in the orchard county. Well behaved adults are allowed and well-behaved dogs too, subject to approval from the resident dogs – Toby, the Yorkie and Jack the Westie!!
After a busy day walking and exploring, every pooch and his owner deserves to be pampered. Blackwell House, Scarva offer a “Pups and Pyjamas” break. This overnight stay offers every bit of luxury for both human and canine guests. A doggie bag with special treats, homemade doggie biscuits and luxury pet bed. For the human companions, enjoy 1 night B&B, 5 course evening meal and best Irish breakfast.
We hope you and your four legged friend enjoy your stay. Please at all times, when with your dog ensure that it is kept on a lead and that you clean up any mess. These routes are used by multi-users and we want to make sure everyone has an enjoyable time being out in the fresh air.
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