7 Best Dog Friendly Hotels in Bath 2022

With plenty of open parkland and myriad pet-friendly attractions, eateries and shops, Bath is the perfect city to visit with your canine companion at your side. But, while you won’t be spoilt for things to do with your four-legged friend in this beautiful city, what about dog friendly accommodation in Bath? Finding a hotel that will welcome dogs with open arms isn’t usually an easy task, but thankfully for you, we’ve put together this handy guide to the very best dog friendly in Bath.

So, grab the lead, the snacks, the toys and set tails a wagging with a weekend away in Bath with pup in tow. Scroll through our top picks of Bath pet friendly hotels and choose the one that takes your fancy. From boutique stays and luxury spa hotels to huge townhouses and quaint cottages, we’ve got dog friendly hotels in Bath to suit every pooch and their parents.

Be sure to check out our guide to the best dog friendly hotels in Brighton, too.

Abbey Hotel

The perfect base for exploring the historic city’s best attractions with your pooch, Abbey Hotel is a pet friendly hotel in Bath that welcomes dogs of all shapes and sizes. Located just a stone’s throw from the Roman Baths and Bath Abbey, this dog friendly hotel in Bath has an enviable location as well as attractive décor within. Each bedroom is kitted out with bespoke cashmere beds, flat screen TVs, luxury bathroom products and stunning panoramic views across the city and the surrounding countryside. The hotel also features a stylish bar which makes the ideal setting for cocktails and coffee. Hungry? You’ll be spoilt when it comes to food at this Bath dog friendly hotel thanks to the award-wining restaurant Koffman & Mr Whites – the first Pierre Koffman and Marco Pierre White English/French brasserie in the UK. There’s even a large terrace area at the front of the hotel which is perfect for al fresco dining and drinking in the warmer months. So, if you want to stay in pet friendly accommodation in Bath without having to sacrifice the little luxuries, look no further than Abbey Hotel.

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No.15 by GuestHouse

Another one of the best dog friendly hotels in Bath, No.15 is set across three Grade-II-Listed Georgian townhouses on the city’s grandest street. This Bath dog friendly hotel offers something a little different with an eye-catching interior and top-notch facilities. Home to 37 uniquely designed bedrooms, each one is totally different from the next, but they all share some similarities. Inside each room, you’ll find luxury touches like Hypnos Landsdown cashmere mattresses with 200-thread count Egyptian cotton linen, Dyson hairdryers, record players, flat screen TVs with Chromecast, Nespresso machines and access to a pantry full of treats for you and your pooch. What more could you really want from dog friendly accommodation in Bath? The bar at this pet friendly hotel in Bath has a homely feel about it and is a great place to while away an afternoon with friends over coffee or cocktails. The restaurant is laidback with a menu of comfort food that uses seasonal, local and ethically sourced ingredients whenever possible. So, if you’re looking for a Bath dog friendly hotel that focuses on the little things, No.15 by GuestHouse certainly does just that.

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Homewood Hotel & Spa

Homewood is a gorgeous, slightly eccentric pet friendly hotel set within a grand Georgian country house and 20 acres of gardens complete with a spa and heated outdoor swimming pool. Situated just 15 minutes outside of the city of Bath, in the hills of the west country, this dog friendly accommodation in Bath boasts staggering views across the Avon Valley and impeccable service and décor within. With 21 bespoke main house bedrooms, each features unique artwork on the walls and lots of special touches, including Dyson hairdryers and Smeg coffee machines. This Bath dog friendly hotel has also recently launched 10 new bedrooms in the Mallingford Mews which come complete with hot tub suites and balconies. The hotel’s restaurant, Olio, serves up Mediterranean-inspired dishes created from local Somerset ingredients. So, if you and your pampered pooch are looking to feel like lord or lady of the manor for a few days, pay a visit to this dog friendly hotel near Bath.

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The Bird

The Bird is a quirky, boutique pet friendly hotel in Bath located a short walk from the city centre. It’s idyllic location means that it’s the perfect base from which to see the sites with doggo by your side. While many hotels these days steer towards a more minimalist, traditional design, The Bird is the antithesis to this. This dog friendly hotel in Bath goes all out with the décor; the first thing you see when you walk in is the blue mosaic bird-themed reception desk which sets the scene for the rest of the interior. As you wander throughout the hotel, you’ll be taken on a wild journey from modern to classical art and pieces sourced from all across the globe. And the 31 rooms don’t disappoint either; all individually designed with a bright colour palette and velvet touches. Each also comes fully equipped with all the necessities for a comfortable stay, including Nespresso coffee machines and large beds. There’s also a brilliant restaurant, PLATE, where you can try dishes, again, from all over the world (we wouldn’t expect anything less). So, if you and your furry friend are looking to stay in quirky but luxurious pet friendly accommodation in Bath, don’t hesitate to book this fine piece of hotel magic.

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The Royal Crescent

Set within the city’s imposing Royal Crescent across two Georgian townhouses, this dog friendly hotel in Bath is Grade I listed and has 250 years of history hidden behind its doors. With high ceilings edged with cornicing, paneled walls adorned with period portraits, and tall windows with stunning views of the city or of the perfectly pruned gardens behind, this pet friendly accommodation in Bath combines 18th-century architecture with modern-day luxury. Home to 45 rooms across the townhouses in the crescent and the buildings at the back of the garden, they range from spacious suites complete with fireplaces on the first floor to cosier rooms on the upper floors. Also featuring a spa, glorious grounds and gardens and a an indulgent restaurant that serves up highly elaborate and tasty dishes. The perfect luxury pet friendly hotel in Bath for pups that will only accept the very finest, treat your pooch to a stay at The Royal Crescent.

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The Roseate Villa

A smart and spacious dog friendly B&B in Bath, The Roseate Villa occupies a pair of Victorian houses in a quit spot overlooking Henrietta Park and just a short walk from the city centre. Inside, the property is elegant and stylish with faux-bookcase wallpaper in the hallways, bay windows looking out onto the park, and crystal chandeliers hung from the ceiling. With just 21 bedrooms, this is more like a boutique dog friendly hotel in Bath, with each one having its own unique décor. Common features throughout include shutters or blinds instead of curtains, a statement wall covered in brightly patterned wallpaper, and black-and-white tiled bathrooms. What really makes this pet friendly hotel in Bath one of the best is the breakfasts. From homemade bread and jams to freshly squeezed orange juice, fluffy pastries and a whole host of cooked options, both you and your dog will enjoy waking up to that.

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Bailbrook House Hotel

This dog friendly hotel in Bath is set within a Grade II listed property surrounded by 20 acres of private gardens with staggering views over the city and the countryside beyond. The hotel consists of two separate parts, though: an impressive Georgian mansion and Bailbrook Court, a less impressive 1970s building. Inside the Georgian mansion, you’ll find most of the public areas and the best bedrooms. It comes complete with a glamorous reception hall with oval skylight and gallery, several lounges featuring high ceilings and tall windows that look out onto the pruned gardens. We would advise splashing out on one of the 13 more expensive bedrooms and suites in the main house. This dog friendly accommodation in Bath is also home to Cloisters, a romantic, fine-dining restaurant that serves high-end dishes that taste as good as they look.

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