They’re described as a companion for life, man’s best friend, but dogs really do become part of the family. No break away is quite the same when they’re left behind, so why not make the lives of dog-owners easier with an opportunity to take their beloved animal with them?
With this getaway package, all locations included are dog-friendly, so this is the perfect gift for dog-owners who want to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life with their four-legged friend for a relaxing break.
Depending on the location you select, you’ll enjoy a one night stay, with breakfast included, or a two night room only stay, but breakfast will be available to purchase at these locations if you wish.
There’s accommodation types to suit all, whether it’s a hotel, charming inn or traditional cosy pub, you and your pup will feel at home wherever you choose. With locations situated in tranquil countryside spots, cosy market towns, along the sea front, or minutes away from the city, there’s plenty of exploring opportunities for you and your furry friend.
Please note, that only one dog will be able to stay for free.
This break is available on selected days or months, throughout the year. Restrictions may apply to certain properties.
This break is either a one night stay with breakfast included, or a two night stay room only.
This stay is for two people to enjoy along with their dog.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
Jug and Glass Inn, Buxton, Derbyshire
Jacki from Contracting, September 2022
What did you get up to?
We visited the Jug and Glass Inn, in Buxton for an overnight stay with our dog, Cookie. The Inn was easy to find located along the A515. Vicky and the team were great, very attentive and welcoming to us and everyone who came in, and clearly animal lovers themselves. Our room was cosy, well maintained and clean with good bedding and towels. Having Cookie with us they had kindly allocated us a room close to a back door should we need access outside in during the night.
After a short dog walk along the Pennine Bridleway (an old railway line) we returned to the cosy bar for a hearty roast beef dinner and crumble pudding and an evening relaxing with the locals, other guests and Cookie who loved all the attention!
Following a comfortable night’s sleep and full English breakfast we set off to explore a number of local attractions on Vicky’s recommendation.
What did you enjoy the most?
Our favourite part of the experience was exploring the beautiful country walks, it is a bit ‘fresh’ in September but made returning to a cosy friendly pub for the evening even more welcoming.
1. Take playing cards – sit in the bar with a drink and enjoy the friendly county pub atmosphere
2. Wear Layers – The weather may change quickly
3. Visit the Old Cheese Shop just down the road in Hartington – amazing selection!