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Kizzys Mum
29th March 2010, 09:50 PM
Would it be possible to have a "sticky" for holiday cottage/site recommendations from people? It'd be useful to know where some good places are and the maximum number of dogs. Also, just how "dog friendly" places are and any dog friendly attractions nearby...

Brian M
29th March 2010, 10:29 PM
Hi Kizzys Mum


These are my two

week mid July here

http://www.cumbrian-cottages.co.uk/property-details.aspx?productid=41326

and week mid Aug here

http://comebyanaway.webs.com/amenities.htm

And both have allowed 4 Cavs and us 3 humans:)

Sabby
30th March 2010, 10:59 AM
Would it be possible to have a "sticky" for holiday cottage/site recommendations from people? It'd be useful to know where some good places are and the maximum number of dogs. Also, just how "dog friendly" places are and any dog friendly attractions nearby...

That sounds like a great idea.:thmbsup:

Charlifarley
30th March 2010, 01:48 PM
Thats a great idea. I can recommend this holiday home in Co Wexford:
www.thesalteedogs.com
( the Saltee dogs is the name of local islands, that you can see from the house- nothing to do with our four legged friends :D)

Kate H
30th March 2010, 01:54 PM
I seem to remember Karlin mentioning a few weeks ago that she was working on a holiday accommodation list that we could add to, so I expect it will appear when she's got time.

Kate, Oliver and Aled (who are looking forward to our tent on the Norfolk coast in May!)

Nicki
30th March 2010, 02:49 PM
This is our favourite place to visit

http://www.isleofskye.net/9torrin/


We have taken 6 dogs on two separate occasions :D

Lovey couple who run it, they can't do enough for you and are so friendly. Much of their business now is repeat bookings.

There are two static caravans and two bunkhouses {which would be better described as luxury bungalows :)}. Better equipped than my kitchen at home!!


The island is gorgeous, there is a fantastic beach at Glenbrittle, lovely drive to get there. The sand is black - the island was volcanic, so the geology is very interesting.


There are lots of lovely places to visit.

Rj Mac
30th March 2010, 08:07 PM
This is our favourite place to visit

http://www.isleofskye.net/9torrin/


We have taken 6 dogs on two separate occasions :D

Lovey couple who run it, they can't do enough for you and are so friendly. Much of their business now is repeat bookings.

There are two static caravans and two bunkhouses {which would be better described as luxury bungalows :)}. Better equipped than my kitchen at home!!


The island is gorgeous, there is a fantastic beach at Glenbrittle, lovely drive to get there. The sand is black - the island was volcanic, so the geology is very interesting.


There are lots of lovely places to visit.

Nicki, this place looks fantastic, thanks for sharing it, i love Skye, i'v done a few trips over there when i was a coach tour driver, but i'v never took Lisa and Kieran over, maybe it's about time:D