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The kitchen serves up an epic breakfast and will pack lunches for walkers, including some must-try local bites.At the end of the day, cosy armchairs, log fires and warm baths await. BACK TO TOP DEVON Paschoe House, Bow, Nr Crediton Neil Gratton Photography This one really is superflashy-newsflash-worthy, since Paschoe House has only been open a few weeks (and Muddy has already been to check it out. If you want a stay in the country with the emphasis on luxury for most scenic walks on your doorstep, that it would be bonkers not to welcome dogs and, with their own gorgeous pooch, Truffle, in residence owner Tabitha fully embraces dog-friendly hospitality.There’s a vintage vibe about the place with antique mirrors and eclectic finds.Practically speaking there are exposed brick floors, so no panic about dirty paws and there’s plenty of space for the dog bed.
The walking on the Lizard is really special, with rugged coast paths taking in breathtaking Kynance Cove and Lizard Point, the most Southerly tip of England.BACK TO TOP BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Stoke Place, Stoke Green Stoke Place is a 26 acre hotel in leafy Stoke Poges, originally built in 1690 as the home to 17th century royal celebrity chef Patrick Lamb, with gardens later designed by Capability Brown (oooohhhh! A more affordable stay than its well-heeled neighbour Stoke Park, Stoke Place does a roaring trade for weddings, conferences, romantic weekends (I’ve ticked that box myself – the suites are lovely) and those looking for dog-friendly stays – 14 out of the 44 bedrooms can accommodate your four-legged friends, dogs are welcome in the bar area, and there’s plenty of room amongst the grounds for exercise, plus the beautiful Burnham Beeches and Black Park are nearby for a long tromp in the countryside.Rooms from £60 in low season, £180 during high season and a £20 charge for dogs.Hartwell House, Aylesbury In a stonkingly pretty setting of over 90-acres on the edge of the Chilterns, the National-Trust owned 17th century Hartwell House boasts some of the most replete Jacobean and Georgian interiors in the area.The hotel has 32 rooms in the Main House and another 16 bedrooms in the renovated 18th century riding stables where your dog can also stay by prior arrangement – two smallies or one larger pet – and you’re welcome to take them into the parks and woods for walkies.
The dog-friendly Gurnard’s Head is set among the wilds of Penwith, offering up some of the most spectacular walking country in Cornwall.