Dog-friendly self-catering accommodation near Bristol
Bristol is a wonderful city full of history and culture. There is so much to see on a dog-friendly holiday in Bristol. You will be amazed at the gorgeous parks in the city centre and close by – there are also lots of inner-city walks along the riverside and other waterways that snake their way around Bristol. Pay a visit to the best dog-friendly parks in the city centre like Brandon Hill and Castle Park. A short way out of the city you will find the 850-acre Ashton Court Estate – there is a deer park, nature trails and a miniature railway to discover. Underfall Yard is a great place to take a wander (dogs on leads) – it has played an integral part in the development of Bristol’s harbour since 1809.
For the best views are take a wander across Clifton Suspension Bridge, one of the city’s most enduring landmarks. Art lovers may enjoy a self-guided walking tour with their dog hunting down Banksy’s most famous Bristol works.
The city is one of the best in the South West for neighbourhood strolls – because of Bristol’s hills you are never far from an excellent view. Head to Clifton Down (with the Clifton Observatory) and Leigh Woods National Nature Reserve for views across the gorge down to the River Avon. For a large city, there’s a wide choice of large open spaces to visit with your dog. With the city of Bath close by and the Bristol Channel seaside resorts of Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon and Burnham-on-Sea, you will never run out of places to go during your dog-friendly holiday in Somerset. If you're after more inspiration, our dog-friendly guide to Somerset definitely delivers on ideas!
Stay at one of our dog-friendly cottages on your self-catering holiday in or near Bristol. Whether you are planning a break with your loved one, your family or a reunion with friends, we have the perfect dog-friendly self-catering accommodation in Bristol for you. View our collection above to look through our range of dog-friendly rentals and find your ideal dog-friendly holiday cottage in Bristol this season.