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Treat the whole family, including your four-legged friends, to a dog-friendly cottage by the sea. With so much open space and many pet-friendly things to do, dog-friendly holiday homes by the sea are the perfect way to treat your loyal companions.
Choosing a Dog-Friendly Cottage by the Sea
Let's face it; dogs love to be beside the seaside. Whether it's frolicking in the surf, having a game of fetch or just going for long coastal walks, there's nothing better for them. So why don't you look through the dog-friendly cottages by the sea below and start planning the perfect getaway.
The dog-friendly cottages by the beach are the perfect treat for dogs and humans alike. Spend the day exploring the beautiful green countryside surrounding your holiday home, followed by an evening in the local pet-friendly pub. No matter what you are looking for, a dog-friendly cottage by the sea is one of the best ways of treating your loyal companion.
Where to Stay in Dog-Friendly Cottages by the Beach
Staying in a dog-friendly cottage by the beach is a great choice for the whole family. But where is the best place to enjoy one of these amazing cottages?
It depends on what you are looking for on your holiday. To explore one of Ireland's favourite cities, a stay in Galway might be the right choice for you. Or you can explore a dog-friendly cottage by the sea in the northern County Donegal.
The Irish coast is full of beautiful landscapes and charming little villages to explore. One of the best ways to do this is by staying in a dog-friendly cottage by the sea.
Why not explore some of these dog-friendly holiday cottages in Northern Ireland.
Types of Dog-Friendly Holiday Homes by the Sea
Treating your family pets to a short break to Ireland is a great way of bonding with your loyal companions. You can find many different types of holidays on Hogans. Perfect for planning the ideal getaway to the coast of Ireland.
Book your dog-friendly cottage by the sea today and take your whole family on an exciting getaway to the Irish coast.