Dog friendly camping pod holidays

Whitehall Farm, North Norfolk

Located in the grounds of the Holkham Estate, this site features a choice of tent pitches and camping pods – dogs are welcome in both. The fully insulated pods are double glazed and come with two camp beds, though visitors need to bring their own bedding and towels. There are dog-friendly pubs nearby and picturesque cottages dogs will enjoy the glorious walking on the Norfolk Coast Path, and the vast beaches within two miles of the site - Camping pods for sale.

Owners can explore the Palladian Holkham Hall, set in sweeping grounds (dogs are welcome in the grounds on a lead). Pods cost £40 a night, including use of shower and washing facilities ( - Camping pods manufacturer.

Tyddyn Goronwy Camping Park, North Wales, is dog-friendly

The site’s fully insulated family camping pods/Chalet pods are located in the spectacular Welsh countryside, near Snowdonia National Park. With coastal, woodland and hill walks nearby, it’s an ideal spot for dogs. Accommodation in the pods is simple and visitors are requested to bring along their own camping equipment. However the price includes use of facilities at the sister site, Sunnysands Caravan Park, which include an indoor heated swimming pool. From £40 per night for a pod sleeping up to four people, plus an additional £5 per dog per night ( - Camping pods for sale.

Loch Tay Highland Lodges, Scotland

Families who want to try their hand at fishing will love Loch Tay Highland Lodges/Chalet pods, just north of Edinburgh, where visitors can fish for their supper on the loch. With archery, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, sailing and cycling all on hand too, as well as Wi-Fi, a play area and games room, children have plenty to occupy them. Accommodation is in dog-friendly camping pods sleeping up to five, set amid quiet woodland with electricity, television, fridge and wonderful loch views. From £40 per pod per night, plus a charge of £10 per stay for up to two dogs ( - Camping pods manufacturer.