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Dog Friendly Holidays image

Dog Friendly Holidays

at Away Resorts

Bring them along with you!

We love to make our guests happy – and one thing we now know that makes you very happy is being able to bring your four-legged friends with you when you holiday* – because they’re family too, right? That’s why all accommodation grades are all fully dog friendly, so if you want to stay in our Exclusive holiday homes with your lovable pooch you now can!

By offering dog friendly accommodation to guests wishing to bring their pets we charge from £35 per short break (under 6 nights) and £55 per long break (7 nights or more), per dog.

You are also welcome to bring your dog touring & camping from £2 per dog, per night at Whitecliff Bay.

*Excluding Boston West and St Ives Bay.

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Fun for everyone!

When holidaying with Away Resorts both you and your four-legged friend will have the best time! Many of our parks and resorts have dedicated spaces where your furry friend can stretch their legs.

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Golden rules

Our doggos are part of the family at Away Resorts, so a holiday just wouldn’t be the same without them! However, there are a few golden rules we ask you to follow which can be found below.

When bringing your dog(s) onto our parks:

  1. Keep your dog(s) tethered at all times – We know it’s hard to believe, but not everybody likes dogs so we must respect that.
  2. If your dog poops then pick it up – Poop bags are available at all our parks, so no need to worry if you run out!
  3. Dogs are not to be left in accommodation unattended for any reason.

Please note that there are some restrictions on doggy access to certain facilities due to hygiene. However these restrictions are not applicable to guide dogs.

Explore your dog friendly break

Unfortunately certain types of dog are not allowed on Park, in order to maintain the safety and well being of all our guests. These include, but are not restricted to, Pitbull Terrier, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasiliero and Japanese Tosa and other dogs as described on the Dangerous Dogs Act. Dogs that are also legally required to be muzzled are not allowed due to safety and comfort of our guests.

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