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5 Best Dog-Friendly Spa Breaks Weekend Destinations

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It is widespread that we British love our pets very much and want to involve them in almost everything – yes, including our holidays.

Dogs keep us smiling all day, yet they don’t get enough credit. Nothing can be better than giving back happiness to our pets. A holiday can be the best option to do that.

The United Kingdom is currently a dog-mad country, and London is no exception. So, just plan for a spa break weekend trip in London with your four-legged companion. 

There is a wide range of spa hotels scattered in London that treat dogs like very important pets. 

Here, I will put together 5 best dog-friendly spa breaks, all the spots dedicated to pampering you and your pet from the moment you step inside the door.

So, just check out my list and enjoy your day with a massage, or facial or simply relax in your robe with gorgeous views!

5 Best Dog-Friendly Spa

1. Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, Hampshire

If you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, you can consider Chewton Glen’s dog-friendly tree houses. These can be your ultimate holiday destination with your pet.

This Spa hotel is nestled by the charming New Forest, the space is the ideal spot to relax and unwind. You can enjoy your day in the idyllic setting.

Once, you have enjoyed your very own private hot tub, the spa of the hotel awaits you. It’s time to pamper yourself and enjoy Chewton Glen’s unique treatments like massaging, a range of beauty treatments, bespoke facials, etc.

Although your furry friend can not join you in the spa, it can join you on a relaxing romp around the Hampshire area. If your dog desires a warm swim, the sea is there just within walking distance.

Address: Christchurch Rd, New Milton BH25 6QS, UK

Ratings: 4.5 Stars

2. Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa, Wiltshire

Are you looking for dog-friendly spa breaks in London? Do not look further than Whatley Manor Hotel & Spa.

This hotel was originally built in the 19th century, and presently, this beautiful hotel & spa restored into a five-start dog-friendly retreat.

Whether it is a weekend getaway or a one-night retreat, Whatley Manor’s exclusive spa package you and your furry friend would not want to miss anyway.

You will have a bottle of Gousbourne English Sparkling Wine at the moment you arrive at your hotel room. You can dine with your dog on their terrace and you will have full access to their Aquarius Spa.

So, just book now and enjoy your holiday with your four-legged companion.

Address: Easton Grey, Malmesbury SN16 0RB, UK

Ratings: 4.8 Stars

3. Rosewood London

Rosewood London is one of the best 5-star luxurious spa hotels that immerses its guests in a luxurious yet welcoming setting in the heart of the city.

It is located just minutes away from Covent Garden and some other cultural attractions. Rosewood London just makes your weekend trip amazing with their expert services diverse culinary experience, and vibrant and cozy atmosphere. You will just love the decor of each room. 

Rosewood London’s spa is one of the top spas in London. It offers elevated amenities to keep both your body and soul in good health.

The healing remedies of the British blend of locally sourced ingredients are used for massaging, bespoke facials, and other facial treatments with a personal touch. 

It welcomes dogs free of charge and they are welcome to any of their food and beverage outlets. So, it will be a great journey with your pet in such a luxurious hotel. just book now!

Address: 252 High Holborn, London WC1V 7EN, UK

Ratings: 4.5 Stars

4. Pan Pacific London

Pan Pacific London is a great weekend destination as it incorporates luxury, innovation, and well-being into the British capital. Located at the heart of the city, so it is very much accessible by world-renowned locations.

Pan Pacific London reflects a sense of warmth and tranquility, it offers you a personal oasis of luxury and well-being. 

They have everything to elevate your wellness experience, and their experienced team will offer you bespoke treatments, and exercise.

Otherwise, you can simply enjoy their spa treatments, sauna, and steam rooms. Although your dog is not allowed in the Spa room you can have enough opportunities to spend some quality time with it. 

You can enjoy a casual stroll with your dog around the hotel area, or you can enjoy swimming in the pool and enjoying the afternoon tea at the lounge of the hotel.

Moreover, as a dog-friendly spa break destination, they have thought of everything your furry friend will need for a luxurious city break. 

Address: 80 Houndsditch, London EC3A 7AB, UK

Ratings: 5 Stars

5. Summer Lodge Country House Hotel, Dorset

Are you looking for dog-friendly spa breaks London, Summer Lodge Country House Hotel can be your ultimate holiday destination.

It is set within the gorgeous Dorset countryside, with beautiful lawns, gardens, and elegant furnishings, Summer Lodge is the epitome of five-star canine luxury. 

At the moment your furry friend relaxes in the room, you can enjoy the spa’s extensive range of treatments including massage, facial treatments, bespoke facials, and more. Also, you can enjoy their indoor heated pool, Jacuzzi, and sauna.

Address: 9 Fore St, Evershot, Dorchester DT2 0JR, UK

Ratings: 5 Stars

Conclusion

Thankfully, London is surrounded by plenty of dog-friendly Spa hotels that cater to pampered pooches, and make them feel fantastic with their services and amenities.

Here, I have compiled a list of the 5 best dog-friendly Spa breaks, all these venues offer plenty of treats including special dog menus, dog bowls, dog beds, and more.

Some of the spots even offer concierge services that will arrange dog walks around the scenic beauty, dog sittings, and other activities.

So, you just pick one destination from my list and offer your dog great happiness as well as pamper yourself.  Treats are waiting for your arrival!

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