A Guide to Pet-friendly London – Where to Stay and Eat
Being a pet-loving city, London has no shortage of pet friendly hotels, restaurants, and sites that happily cater to your wishes. No matter where you stay in the capital, you will find most Londoners happy to see you and your four-legged friend, and most public transportation options welcome your dog too. Here is a guide for those who cannot afford to leave their furry friends even on vacations:
Whether you are looking for a budget stay with your four-legged friend or a luxurious one to pamper him, these pet-friendly hotels will make the experience as pleasant as possible. From dog baskets to dog sitting, to grooming, these four-legged guests will be happily served in London. 41, Milestone, and Bermondsey Square Hotel are luxurious pet-friendly hotels, whereas Best Western Bromley Court is a budget option. All these hotels can arrange your dog’s or cat’s favourite food and treats, but on request. They go all out to ensure that your pet enjoys a fresh mineral water and a turndown treat.
Restaurants and Cafes
Once you have booked a pet-friendly accommodation, you can visit some places to fulfil your culinary wishes. However, you cannot afford to leave your four-legged buddy at hotel. So, why not go out for a bite to eat with your pet, as London has some of the best pet-friendly restaurants. From the famous Bluebird Restaurant to Liberty of London, to Hush Brassiere, the city has everything you need for a mouth-watering meal out with your pet. These restaurants are perfect places where your dog can savours bones and bowls of water while you relish a fine British cuisine.
You do not have to march the streets with a dog dragging on the end of a leash in London. The capital is chock full of green parks and spaces where your pet can run freely and you can experience a diversity of landscape, trees, and beautiful flowers. The Regent’s Park & Primrose Hill, St. James Park, and Hyde Park are some of the best green areas to visit with pets. These green parks have lush grassy areas with paths, so you can simply enjoy walking with some exercising.
Hope this travel guide will help you make a wise choice especially if you are visiting London with pets.
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