The Unique Hideaways And Escapes In South West England

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Unique hideaways and escapes in South West England

From luxury hotels to remote farm stays, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors in South West England. Visit the famous Clifton Suspension Bridge and explore the beautiful architecture or stop by the Avon Gorge and enjoy the views from Suspended above the water. Whether you’re into history or exploring castles, the UK has it all. Stay at a manor house like Dungarth Hall in Gloucestershire, or explore the Roman history at Viroconium Park.

How to travel with your pet in South West England

The first thing you’ll want to do is contact your local council or local vet to find out whether dogs are allowed. If they are, you will need to make sure they are microchipped, vaccinated and registered before bringing them along with you. You’ll also need to make sure your dog has been spayed or neutered at some point.

One thing to remember is that most hotels in South West England have a no pets policy, so you will need to check with the establishment before booking a room for your furry friend. If pets are allowed, be sure that the hotel allows dogs in the room with you and not just outside of it. Also make sure the hotel has a pet-friendly policy and is not one of those that simply state o pets’ on their website!

South West England’s best paid-for attractions

When it comes to paying for attractions in South West England, there are plenty of ways to go about it. From hiring a boat cruise along the River Thames or hiring an activity such as abseiling or kayaking through the gorge at Avon Gorge (which is one of Britain’s oldest suspension bridges), there are plenty of ways to enjoy these beautiful attractions for a small price.

While you’re in South West England, you can also hire a boat at the beautiful Eden Project or go on a trip to the famous Stonehenge.