Dog Friendly caravan holidays and homes in Herefordshire

Do you want to go on holiday but not have to leave your four legged friend behind?

At Pearl Lake Country Holiday Park we welcome dog owners and their well behaved pets.

Whether you own a holiday home at Pearl Lake, or are visiting us in your touring caravan or motorhome, or staying in our self-catering holiday cottages or statics, at Pearl Lake you can bring all of the family (including up to two dogs). 

With our enclosed dog exercise area on park, 20 acres of woodland and access to loads of fantastic walks away from the park, Pearl Lake Country Holiday Park is perfect for you and dog/s. Our Lakeside Bar and Bistro is also dog friendly. 

Scroll down for our dogs on holiday guidelines. 

Book a dog friendly holiday at Pearl Lake today!

Dog Wash and dry

Our dog wash means there's no need to worry about mucky paws messing up your holiday home or caravan or having to spend the evening with that unique wet dog smell!

A warm shower (temp controlled) over a raised shower base takes the back breaking work out of a washing your dog. The plug hole is large and easy to clean plus there's a hair dryer especially to get them dry and comfortable - and smelling of roses!


What pet owners think of the park

Your dog on park - guidelines

So that everyone (including your dog) has a great time at Discover Parks, please adhere to our guidelines when holidaying with your pooch:   

A maximum of 2 dogs in any dog friendly accommodation or holiday home.

Some breeds and those listed on the Dangerous Dog Act 1991 are not allowed on any of our parks - please check at time of booking. 

Please clean up after you dog - there are a number of waste bins around the parks.

Self-catering guests - please bring your own pet bedding to protect carpets and soft furnishings. Please do not allow dogs to sleep on beds.

Please don't leave your dog under the supervision of anyone under 18.

Don't leave your dog unsupervised in a caravan or anywhere on the park at any time.

Dogs must be kept on leads when walking around park - except in the designated dog exercise areas.

If you do not supervise and control your dog we will ask you to remove it from the park so as not to put the safety of others at risk. 

There's no ban on barking but we'd like to keep it from ruining the relaxed atmosphere in the park.

Assistance dogs are very welcome.