The North East of England takes first place as the most pet-friendly region in the UK. Half of the holiday homes here can accommodate both owners and their fluffy friends. Besides, many of the National Trust Beaches where you could have amazing walks welcome dogs all year long. Wales is also a great place to go on holiday with your dog as 48.8% of these accommodations take pets in. The third place goes to Yorkshire and Humber, where 42% of the holiday homes and apartments allow dogs.
The north part of England is an excellent place to head for some R&R as a pet owner, as the different regions all offer a solid number of accommodations suitable to bring your pets. On the other hand, you will find it harder to find a holiday home matching this criterion in the south of England. While in Cornwall you would still find 37.5% of holiday lettings allowing your pet to stay with you, it will be much harder in the South East, where 87.5% of the rentals don't allow pets. However, London is even worse for pet owners. Greater London is indeed a challenging region to find pet-friendly lodgings, with only 5.3% of houses welcoming pets - far from the national English average of 30%.
But let’s be more specific - how pet-friendly are different cities in the UK?