NOW we’re free to do more things as lockdown restrictions have eased, you’ve probably itching to get out and enjoy the amazing attractions Berkshire has to offer.
Planning a visit to the cafe or pub can be trickier when you have a dog though, as sadly, not everywhere is dog-friendly.
Fortunately, dog-friendly holiday provider Canine Cottages has crunched the TripAdvisor data to find the most dog-friendly places to go in Berkshire.
Based on the percentage of reviews on TripAdvisor, they found the most dog-friendly places to visit, pubs and cafes across the county, which can also be found in this handy interactive map.
Shannon Keary, Digital PR Manager at Canine Cottages, said: “With so many more people looking to explore what’s on their own doorstep with their dogs this summer, it’s fantastic to see the sheer number and diversity of places that welcome dogs across the country; hopefully this can only continue to grow.
“We hope that our Dog-Friendly Index tool helps to highlight the top spots for dog owners to visit near them, as well as highlight some hidden gems they may not have been aware of.”
The top ten dog-friendly attractions in Berkshire are:
- The Boatman, Windsor
- The George Inn, Windsor
- The Fox and Castle, Windsor
- Langley Country Park, Slough
- Black Park, Slough
- The Fox and Hounds, Theale
- Snelsmore Common Country Park, Newbury, West Berkshire
- The Spotted Dog, Newbury, West Berkshire
- The Downgate, Hungerford, West Berkshire
- Burnham Beeches, Farnham Common
The Boatman, Windsor 4 stars
One reviewer said: “Service was nice with friendly staff, providing water for the dog” and another: “We were looking for a dog-friendly place to have a break, and found a real treasure.”
Offering a real mix of attractions, it’s clear to see reviewers agree there are great places to go in Berkshire with your dog, whatever your interests are.
Feeling peckish? Well, then why not visit one of the top ten dog-friendly eateries.