Dog friendly holidays
Dog friendly holidays in the UK
At Haven, we're passionate about the whole family making memories that will last a lifetime. And your dog is no exception! With our impressive range of parks spanning the length and breadth of country, you will find something to whet your furry friend’s appetite. There is mile upon mile of countryside and coastline for you to explore just a stone’s throw from our 33 dog friendly parks. We’ve also compiled a list of historic attractions that will welcome your dog with open arms while you soak up the sites.
Dog friendly experiences made easy by us
By choosing Haven, you’ll know that your dog will be treated the same as the rest of the family. We have tailored our range of accommodation with this close to our hearts. Our Standard, Deluxe and Prestige caravans are all accessible for your four-legged friends, so you don’t have to compromise on quality.
Two dogs per accommodation
Deep cleaning included
33 parks that accept dogs
Two dogs per tourer
No charge for assistance dogs
Dog friendly attractions nearby
Bark Yards at Haven parks
When it comes to a dog friendly holiday with Haven, two parks stand out in our minds. At Golden Sands and Hafan y Mor your dog doesn’t even need to leave the park to be entertained. Both sites have bespoke Bark Yard obstacle courses to occupy your pooch. They’re also surrounded by pooch-perfect places to visit, meaning your companion can always come along for the ride.
Explore by region
Staying safe at Haven
In Scotland and Wales, face coverings must be worn until seated at your table in our restaurants and when inside any of our venues on park, unless exempt under Government guidelines. In England, we recommend you wear face coverings as above. In all countries, face coverings are required on off-ground activities.
You'll see lots more hand sanitising stations around the parks for you to use frequently during your stay.
We will have in place social distancing measures on the parks as well as in the Supermarkets and pools and you'll see signage around the parks to help with social distancing. From 19 July, our parks in England will see these measures being relaxed.