DOG FRIENDLY HOLIDAYS
by Colin Corlett on behalf
With dogs holidays have to be chosen with care. Get it right and there is nothing better. An ideal holiday with the dogs has to be stress free.
Some dog friendly points to look out for when booking
The Valley itself is steeped in history, with a prehistoric stone circle, Neolithic hill forts and a WW2 Flying fortress buried in the peat. There is also plenty of wild life from feral goats to deer, the occasional otter and lots of bird life.
The dogs end up tired and happy but on returning to the Valley they can be put into the stream to clean down . After they have dried out the dogs can lie on the tiles in the kitchen whilst the log fire is set and dinner prepared.
As ideal as all this sounds it does not have to cost a fortune. Here in Northumberland, most people want to holiday by the coast which means that coastal properties can cost a fortune to rent, but the good news is that when you start to look into the interior towards the more remote and unknown valleys you can get great value with prices around Â£385 per week for wonderful dog friendly holiday homes.
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