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Get tails wagging on a dog-friendly holiday at Bowland Escapes.
Dog-Friendly Breaks
Get tails wagging on a dog-friendly holiday at Bowland Escapes

Holidays aren’t the same without your canine companion, so visit us at Bowland Escapes for a countryside break where your dog can join in the fun.

Dogs Go Free in 2024 book before 31st May.

Pet-friendly accommodation
Choose from our paw-some range of accommodations options
Luxury self-catered lodges

Our luxury lodges are light and spacious with all your modern home comforts including a fully fitted kitchen, log burner, family bathroom, Wi-Fi, and TV.

Sleeps up to 6 guests | Choice of 2 or 3 bedrooms | One dog-friendly lodge

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Camping pods

A great way to experience the outdoors with a little more shelter than a tent. Make sure to bring towels, airbeds, bedding, and any other camping supplies.

Sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children, or max. 3 adults | Dogs welcome

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Safari tents

Enjoy the excitement of camping with the addition of beds, a cooking stove, and fridge to ensure you have a comfortable stay.

Sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children | One dog-friendly safari tent

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Iron Age roundhouse

Why not step back in time and spend a night like no other in our roundhouse? In true Iron Age fashion you’ll be sleeping on the floor, so don’t forget your bedding and pillows!

Sleeps up to 2 adults and 3 children | Dogs welcome

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Bring your own tent and camping equipment and pitch up for a night under the stars.

Up to 6 family members per tent (no more than 4 adults) | Dogs welcome

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Things To Do

Bowland Escapes is set in the heart of the unspoiled Lancashire countryside. We have close links to some of the most beautiful sights and activities in the North West, including plenty of great places for walkies!

  • Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail


    Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail

    Take a walk through Lancashire’s first sculpture trail of its kind and admire more than 20 permanent works of art along the way.

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  • The Tolkien Trail


    The Tolkien Trail

    JRR Tolkien wrote much of the epic Lord of the Rings in the Ribble Valley, and on this trail you can explore the wooded landscapes said to have inspired Middle-earth.

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  • Bowland Visitor Centre, Beacon Fell


    Beacon Fell Country Park

    Explore 271 acres of woodland, moorland, and farmland with spectacular views of the Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay at the summit.

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  • Gisburn Forest


    Gisburn Forest and Stocks

    Get closer to nature with fresh air and stunning scenery at Gisburn Forest and Stocks. With multiple walking routes and cycling trails, there is lots to explore with your four-legged friend.

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