Dogs Go Free With Away Resorts This Autumn

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Away Resorts are waiving their standard fees for dogs this autumn at their holiday parks. They usually charge from £30 per dog per break, allowing up to two dogs. The charge for Sandy Balls is £35 per break (we’re sure what the difference is there!). So two dogs, one holiday is usually £60+, so it’s nice that they are offering a good saving for dog lovers this autumn.

All Away Resorts are dog friendly apart from Mill Rythe (Grr..). That leaves five holiday parks where your pooch is more than welcome (most breeds* see below). So, where are these holiday parks? Lets have a look at two of them: (You can see the full list here.)

Away Resorts Dog Friendly Holiday Parks

Whitecliff Bay holiday park
Isle of Wight. Whitecliff Bay offers a range of accommodation including camping, and has ferry inclusive deals. It’s also home to the Tribeca, which is basically a large static which has been converted with open plan and New York loft style decor, as well as a great play room for the kids. They also have chalets, and a canvas village, which is a sort of glamping. Plenty of options in a stunning part of the world. More info.

Barmouth Bay again offers a range of accommodation including caravans, lodges and hot tub holidays. It’s located from one of the UK’s most beautiful and stark National Parks, Snowdonia. But, that’s only if you can be bothered tearing yourself away from the sandy beach which is right on the doorstep. it’s a fantastic break for people who really want to get away from it all and experience some of the best of what Wales has to offer holidaymakers. More info.

As noted, these are just two of Away Resorts holiday park, you can see the full list here.

* In order to maintain the safety and well being of all their guests, unfortunately certain types of dog are not allowed on their holiday parks. Any dogs that are also legally required to be muzzled are not allowed at their destinations. Breeds listed as precluded from stays include, but are not restricted to, Pitbull Terrier, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasiliero and Japanese Tosa and any other dogs as described on the Dangerous Dogs Act.

Please note that dog poo bags are provided free of charge at their parks

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