By now you must already know how much we love our pets here at Priory Rentals. With this in mind we have put together a few destinations you can take your furry family members and make the most out of your time away.  We have a range of pet friendly motorhomes available for hire.


Beach Locations

No pet owner can deny they love taking his or her dog to the beach, so it seems only right for this to take first place and for us to share with you Durdle door beach in Dorset. Its location makes it one of the warmest locations in the UK and makes it a truly worthwhile drive if you want to be able to take your dog on a spectacular beach holiday.

The beach features a mixture of sand, gravel and shingle. Durdle Door is famous for (and named after) an impressive arch at the eastern end. Good for fishing, swimming, snorkelling and diving, the water is protected from swells by a partially submerged offshore reef.

Lake Retreats

When it comes to taking the dog on a little motorhome holiday, there is always fun to be had around lakes and rivers. Most dogs love a good swim and to get wet to having the dogs explore Loch Morlich in Glenmore should be a barrel of laughs. The calm waters make it completely safe for the four legged family members and in turn make it even more fun knowing that your dog’s completely safe to have a paddle. There is also the added benefit of it not getting too deep until you get very far into the lake, so you can always lose the shoes and socks and simply go for a stroll in the shallower waters.

The amply named Glenmore campsite is home to an array of motorhome friendly pitches and welcomes dogs to its grounds. It’s a short drive from Aviemore meaning you can nip to stock up on supplies during longer stays and it’s also right on the beach of the lake making it perfect for accessing the lake with ease. Furthermore, it is surrounded by forestland making it an all round amazing place no matter what your dog loves.

Stunning Views

Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England, at an elevation of 978 metres (3,209 ft) above sea level. It is located in the Lake District National Park, in Cumbria, and is part of the Southern Fells.

The view from the top, has inspired dog walkers around to try and take on the mountain because on a clear day, you can see Scotland, Wales, Ireland, and the Isle of Man.

Not only is the Scafell Pike walk modestly challenging, it has invariably been described as exhilarating, beautiful and breathtaking. When you visit, it won’t take long for you to discover the beauty and romanticism of the great mountain.

Forest Walks

North York Moore’s have a forested location nested within called Dalby forest; this is a perfect location for you to let your pets run wild in an endless abyss of trees and wildlife. It offers an easy to reach location and it is within a short drive from the coast in your pet friendly motorhome  meaning that coastal daytrips are simple and easy.

Pexton Moor Farm is located right on the edge of the forest and gives you an amazing foothold to be able to explore the forest in full with your furry dog before returning back in the evenings to relax. The site even has an 11pm silence rule meaning that you can relax properly in the evenings and get some much needed rest after exploring the forest to its fullest during the day.