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From Eastbourne along the South Coast and stretching far inland, there are some delightful dog-friendly cottages in the South Downs National Park. Encompassing Brighton, Winchester and Chichester, the chalk hills of the South Downs provide a memorable holiday destination. The South Downs Way is a 100-mile footpath which runs through the area, taking in 15 national trails and offering stunning country views for you to enjoy with your canine companions. There’s a wide range of dog-friendly cottages offering self-catering accommodation in the South Downs including stunning lodges, attractive barn conversions, spacious family houses and some lovely traditional period cottages scattered across the region. South Downs dog-friendly accommodation is perfect for couples seeking a quiet getaway, families exploring this beautiful national park or groups of friends enjoying a get-together. Further afield, our dog-friendly cottages in Sussex and pet-friendly properties in Hampshire are sure to satisfy both dogs and their owners too.
South Downs dog-friendly accommodation is perfect for your four-legged friends as they take you through this wonderful part of the Sussex and Hampshire countryside. Popular spots include Beachy Head, Devil’s Dyke and the Seven Sisters, all offering stunning views. Ancient sites include the Bronze Age barrows at Old Winchester Hill, Chanctonbury Ring and the hill fort of Cissbury Ring. Dogs are welcome in the woodlands of Uppark House and Garden, Hinton Ampner and Petworth House and Park. You can also help your pets explore Drovers Estate, Selborne Common and Slindon Estate. Cuckmere Valley has some gorgeous views, or you can head to Black Down in the north of the area, the highest point of the Downs. To the south are popular coastal retreats including Newhaven and Seaford.