DUG Category: Campsites

UK Dog Friendly Accommodation & Holidays in Scotland, England, Wales & Northern Ireland. This category provides information on pet friendly camping, caravan & campervan sites which welcome dogs.

Anglesey: Kingsbridge

Camp Road, Beaumaris, Llanfaes, Isle of Anglesey LL58 8LR

This was a last minute stop off for us, we were wandering around Beaumaris and decided to stay. The campsite is in a small village Llanmaes, a few minutes drive from Beaumaris. It’s lovely and quiet with the most amazing shower block I have ever seen on a campsite, you could Glamp here…whatever that means! Anyway, here’s your plan, go to Beaumaris, walk along the sea wall and breath deeply and ooh and ahhh at all the pretty shops. Then go to the pub, they’re pretty much all dog friendly here,

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Braemar Caravan Park

Glenshee Road, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5YQ. Tel:  013397 41373

Braemar Caravan Park is in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, an area famous for its wildlife, walks, skiing, mountain biking, and heritage. Dogs are very welcome. The only area dogs are not permitted is in the toilet/shower blocks.

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  • Dogs Allowed
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  • Hook Ups
  • Wi-Fi

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Cornwall: Henry’s Campsite

The Lizard, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 7NX. Tel: 01326 290596

This is the first of many campsites that we’ve visited. A lot of campsites are dog friendly and it’s a great way to get away with your pup, Bailie’s rather fond of a grilled marshmallow….!

Henry’s way down at The Lizard is probably my favourite campsite. Not only does it have a cliff top setting where you can watch the sun set but it also has jugs of home made cider and scones, pigs and chickens roaming around the site and it has the best atmosphere a campsite could offer. Words
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Cornwall: Polzeath Camping

Tristram Cliff, Polzeath, Cornwall PL27 6TD. Tel: 01208 862215

This was a huge site, with really friendly and helpful staff, the really over jealous camper in the van next door blew our electricity cable up while trying to plug it in after too much wine. The staff came over in their golf buggy and just lent us another. The site is full of families from the South of England trying their hand at surfing, so are all kitted out in the gear (read:trying to be cool). So if like us you just like to chill out, you can sit back
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