Driving for prolonged periods of time in a motorhome can tire anybody out, so it is important to be able to take little breaks along the route and take in the different attractions and scenery. Therefore, Priory Rentals have found you five amazing dogfriendly locations in various places around the UK you are likely to pass on a motorhome retreat. Take a look!
Wyevale Garden Centre
Stockton-on-Tees is home to a Wyevale Garden Centre and in turn makes the perfect dog friendly location to be able to stop off on any east coast routes. This centre allows you to be able to explore its gardens, stop for food or even simply give the children somewhere to run around and stretch their legs on the journey. In turn making its self much better than your standard service station. The garden is also home to a number of small stores that can help you buy presents for home, buy garden furniture for home or even buy some organic ingredients for foods you can cook in one of our motorhomes.
Waltham Abbey Gatehouse and Bridge
This is a 7th century church set in the rolling countryside of Essex that allows tours of its grounds and access to the old gatehouse and bridge for all those who wish to visit. It is dog friendly and has a wide array of attractions in the gardens from old statues to new and even rare plants. Entrance to both the gates and the castle is completely free and in turn attracts an array of visitors. If you find yourself on junction 25/26 on the M25 then you might as well stop by, especially if it’s coming up to rush hour as this road is one of the most congested in the country.
The Pembrokeshire coast is part of the great British national park coalition, which comprises of 15 parks and was founded in 1951 to be able to supply some national space to people like ramblers, hikers, dog walkers and just the normal everyday person who wants to be able to enjoy the outdoors. The great thing about this national park, however, is simply that it comprises of beaches and rocky outcrops, in turn allowing people to make the most of the coastline with their dogs. The park its self is located just off the A40 and in turn makes for the perfect location for anybody who is simply passing through the south of walks or is heading to somewhere nearby and wants to make the most of the park and its surroundings.
Cotswold lavender is located in the county of Worcestershire and in turn is central in the UK being just outside of the midlands. This is a perfect stop off point for anybody heading up the M5 or the M40 as its right centre between the two. The attraction its self is a farm which is dog friendly and grows lavender, in which they can show you how to grow your own and sell you lavender products after allowing you to be able to explore the fields and the entirety of the farm yourself first. At the Cotswold Lavender Farm, you can learn everything from the best lighting, angle and soil to grow the lavender, all the way to simply exploring the fields and head on to the tearoom giving a little something for everybody.
Belwade Farm is a farm located in Aberdeenshire and boasts an amazing array of rescue horses and other animals. There are usually around 65 horses on the farm at any time and usually a lot, more which is amazing for the children to be able to enjoy if they are an animal lover. Belwade also has a huge range of other attractions such as a small museum and a stone circle surrounded by a huge range of woodland. This in turn makes Belwade Farm a truly amazing place to be able to take your dogs if you are looking for a place to take a break on your long drive on the A93 from Perth to Aberdeen.
If you are thinking of heading to any of these locations with your dog, why not take a look at a priory rentals motorhome to be able to make the most from your motorhome getaway.