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Knoll House Hotel
We know that pets are part of the family here at Knoll House and that’s why we welcome them with open arms! With acres of unspoilt heathland to explore, beautiful gardens and a stone's throw from Studland Bay, Knoll House is the ideal retreat for a dog-friendly holiday. We offer blankets, drink bowls, an outside hose to clean muddy paws, as well as non-stop doggie treats but our specific dog-friendly dining area is a particular highlight so that your canine companion can accompany you whilst you enjoy your breakfast and dinner.Read More
We know that pets are part of the family here at Knoll House, that’s why we welcome them with open arms. With acres of unspoilt countryside to explore and a stone's throw from Studland Bay, Knoll House is the ideal retreat for a dog-friendly holiday. We offer blankets and drink bowls, as well as many doggie treats and our specific dog-friendly area is a particular highlight so that your canine companion can accompany you whilst you enjoy your breakfast and dinner.
We charge £15 per dog per night, and ask that you bring your own pet bedding. With the exception of the restaurant, children’s areas and spa, you can freely walk your dog around the hotel grounds and communal lounges. We have recently entered the Dorset Tourism Awards for Best Dog-Friendly Hotel so we would be delighted if you could support us in any way. We don't just tolerate dogs, we actively encourage our guests to bring them!
Antonia Tabor, October 2020
Lovely place with very kind, friendly and attentive staff
Listing Updated: 25/09/2020
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