Being able to go for a swim on holiday is such a pleasure that sharing a swimming pool in a pet-friendly holiday park is not that critical if there are not any individual lodges with their own private pools available.
Sharing facilities with other dog owning guests reduces the cost of the cottage rental, plus there should be better amenities for your dog on site.
Find that pine lodge holiday with a pool that would suit you and the dog.
For all those people who enjoy that early evening swim before dinner, these pet-friendly one or two bedroom pine lodges sleep at least two people and have a swimming pool on the premises. Check that there is somewhere to leave the dog if it’s an indoor pool.
Expensive and sumptuous pine lodges that allow dogs and have that desirable swimming pool where you can swim and chill out on holiday.
An outdoor pool is superb in hot water and you can always tether the dog close by where you can watch him.
Scottish pet-friendly pine lodges with a swimming pool are a little rare unless it's in a pine lodge complex attached to a hotel with a leisure suite.
Good luck in finding log cabins with use of a pool in Scotland. One thing is for certain, it will be heated indoor swimming only.
The Welsh seem to have taken pine lodge breaks to their hearts and there is many a log cabin surrounded by stunning Welsh scenery that accepts pets. Any pine lodges in this category allow dogs and have a swimming pool for guests to appreciate.
Go for long walks in one of the Irish counties with you dog and return to your own wooden holiday lodge for a swim in the pool and a chat with other guests before you venture down to the pub to find dinner.
There are pine lodge holiday parks springing up in all corners of England, some with appealing names such as Dream Lodges or Forest Lodges.
One thing they all have in common is the provision of good quality comfortable holiday accommodation that is ready for you, your family and dogs to enjoy for a few days or more. Rent one that offers access to a swimming pool and you have the makings of a very satisying self-catering break in England.
An outdoor heated swimming pool can be a real joy in warm weather, having a view of the garden and countryside is so much nocer than the four walls of a pool house, however, the season is limited to May-September in the UK.
Being able to take your dog to your holiday cottage with its own swimming pool is such an asset, the dog can doze by the side of the pool and still be with his family whilst you enjoy the water.
The siting of pine lodges for holiday letting is most important because holidaymakers will book accommodation in beautiful areas that offer country walks, water sports or tuition in painting or cookery.
There is a growing trend for holidays with a purpose which means that you acquire certain skills during your break. Being permitted to take your dogs with you enables that free time to spend on the course and still have plenty of time to walk the dogs and enjoy the countryside.
The opportunity of going for a swim and using the on-site leisure facilities which could include a jacuzzi, sauna or solarium, also allows you to talk to other guests and make friends on holiday although dog owners tend to have little problem in getting to know one another as they walk their own dogs.
Share knowledge about your holiday area, find out the most interesting places to visit, pet-friendly pubs and visitor attractions.
A good variety of log cabin breaks that accept guests accompanied by their dogs on holiday.
Don't allow your pet to fret - take him on holiday with you.
Cumbria is a doggy area like no other; endless walks and swimming in the lakes.