The Angel Hotel
Right in the heart of Bury St Edmunds town centre, everything is just a step from the hotel. Overlooking the Abbey Gardens and St Edmundsbury Cathedral, The Angel is ideally placed for a weekend exploring the town with your pooch.
There are 10 dog-friendly rooms and your furry friend will be treated just as well as you, as the room comes furnished with dog bowls and toys. You can also dine with your furry friend in the comfortable lounge. You can also leave your dog snoozing in your room while you dine in The Eaterie. Alternatively, treat yourself and order room service. If your dog is lucky, they might even get a breakfast sausage, too.
Dog stays cost £15 for the first night, then £5 for each additional evening.
For more information visit https://www.theangel.co.uk/
Kettles Farm Glamping Pods
Want some time away with your canine friend with gorgeous views and long Suffolk walks? Then Kettles Farm Glamping Pods near Bury St Edmunds is the perfect spot!
Kettles Farm Glamping sit in a tranquil location surrounded by grass and farmland overlooking our fishing lake on the outskirts of the Suffolk village of Rattlesden.
It is a great base for walking, cycling, fishing and visiting the historic towns and villages within the surrounding area. The pods are fully equipped, insulated with heating, running water and electric. The 3 larger pods also have their own toilet and wash basin.
There is a spacious toilet and shower block. All you need to bring along is food, drinks, personal washing items, charcoal for the barbeques and fishing equipment if you wish to fish for carp, roach and rudd.
For more information visit https://www.kettlesfarmglampin...
Best Western Priory Hotel
A true oasis of calm, the hotel is ideal for travellers seeking peace and quiet in a historic location with modern facilities and an ideal location for a short break.
The Best Western Priory Hotel's restaurant was recently awarded a AA one Rosette, for its new menu which includes contemporary dishes with the addition of a specials board.
Just a 5-minute drive to the town centre and a short walk from the railway station, there is free car parking and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
Dogs are welcome to stay in the Priory Hotel's garden rooms. £10 per dog per night.
For more information visit https://www.bestwestern.co.uk/hotels/best-western-priory-hotel-83266
Stay in the stunning surroundings of The Ickworth hotel and dogs will love exploring the 1,800 acre estate. Wander through the gardens for a relaxing stroll or pick up a map from the reception and head out for an adventure with your loyal friend.
You needn't miss out on some of the experiences on offer too, as dogs are allowed to join you in the lounge where you can sit by the fire and enjoy afternoon tea. Whilst dogs aren't allowed in the hotel's restaurants, you're welcome to borrow a baby monitor to keep an eye on your four-legged companion whilst dining. Or, their Reception team are happy to look after them!
There are a range of rooms, suites and apartments available to suit all sizes of group, with a £15 per night supplement for dogs.
For more information visit https://www.ickworthhotel.co.uk/the-ickworth-hotel/dog-friendly-hotel
Ravenwood Hall Hotel
Set within 7 acres of secluded and tranquil Suffolk countryside just outside Bury St. Edmunds, Ravenwood Hall Hotel is perfect for a stay with man's best friend.
With its origins dating back to the reign of Henry VIII; Ravenwood Hall is crammed full of character and architectural features such as ornate carved oak structure, inglenook fireplaces and rare 15th century wall paintings.
The hotel very much welcomes well behaved four legged friends to Ravenwood Hall. Their dog-friendly rooms are located in the Mews at an extra charge of £15 per dog per room (max 2 dogs per room).
Dogs are welcome in the general areas of the hotel to relax by the fire in the lounge but for the comfort of other dining guests, dogs are not permitted in the restaurant.
For more information visit https://ravenwoodhall.co.uk/dog-policy
The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa
Dogs are welcome to join you in both the lounge at The Swan at Lavenham Hotel & Spa, where you can sit in front of a roaring fire or on warmer days, find a seat in the Airmen's Bar, where dogs can cool down on the original brick floor and refresh themselves with a bowl of water as you sip on something a little stronger, and in a glass!
If you would like to spend a few days in the idyllic Suffolk village, then you can book one of the dog-friendly bedrooms. During your stay, you can enjoy a meal in the Airmen's Bar, the garden or in the comfort of your own room.
Dogs are charged at £12 per dog per night (maximum two dogs per room).
For further information visit https://theswanatlavenham.co.uk/info/dog-friendly/
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