Accommodation

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If you are visiting Brighton ‘where can I stay with my dog?’ will surely be your first question. Luckily there are many very welcoming pet friendly B&Bs and hotels offering you a variety of options.

Before moving to Brighton I stayed at a few of these places with my dog and I have never felt unwelcome. Of course you will need to check the particulars; for example, can you bring more than one dog, can you leave the dogs in the room, can they be with you in the dining room? I don’t yet know the answers to all of the questions, but I will try and update this page as often as I can with everything you need to know. Head over to the map to view them.

Please note I have not stayed in all of these places and cannot vouch for their quality. Nobody has paid to be on this list. If you are listed here and would like to pay to get a more prominent listing please feel free to get in touch. Businesses who actively want to encourage people and their dogs to their establishment should be encouraged!

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I sent a short questionnaire to all those listed on this page and the first listings here are those that answered. All the other listings are below.

Avalon Guest House

website: Avalon Guest House

e-mail: info@avalonbrighton.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 692 344

Mob: 44 (0) 7719 521 523

Address: 7 Upper Rock Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1QE

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Yes

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
Three is the most we have had. Some rooms are too small for this though.

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
No but they must be sociable and well behaved.

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
Any size.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
Yes – on a lead.

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
n/a.

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
Yes – as long as they are happy to be left.

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No.

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
We have put together a map of brighton dog-friendly places to eat, drink, and walk. We also recommend walks and are happy to lend a local ordnance survey map. Leftover sausages often find their way to our doggy guests.

New Steine Hotel

website: New Steine Hotel

email: reservation@newsteinehotel.com

Tel: +44 (0)1273 681546

Address: 10 – 11 New Steine, Brighton, BN2 1PB UK

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Maximum of one dog per room, and only permitted in our terraced rooms (pre-bookable only)

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
n/a

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
Must be small to medium sized only, and must be under-control of the owners at all times – if dogs constantly bark and disturb other guests they would have to leave.

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
Must be small to medium sized only

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
No.

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
We can provide Room Service for these bookings, with no extra charge.

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
No.

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No.

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
No.

Paskins Town House

website: Paskins Town House

e-mail: welcome@paskins.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 601203

Address: 18/19 Charlotte Street, Brighton, BN2 1AG

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Yes

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
No

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
Children eating dogs.

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
Any size.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
No.

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
No, but we are happy for guests to take their breakfast to their rooms.

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
No.

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No.

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
Not answered.

The Granville

website: The Granville

e-mail: info@granvillehotel.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0)1273 326302

Address: 124 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FY

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Yes

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
Two

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
No

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
All sizes.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
No

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
They are welcome in the bar

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
Yes but if ill behaved owners will be notified

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No 

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
One of the the very few seafront hotels in Brighton to accept pets! 

The Neo

website: The Neo

e-mail: info@neohotel.com

Tel: +44(0) 1273 711104

Address: 19 Oriental Place, Brighton BN1 2LL

• Do you allow more than one dog? 
Yes. Although, we prefer small dogs as our rooms are not huge.

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring? 
More than 2 per room would be uncomfortable for both pets and owners so although not a “rule” as such, we do strongly advise against more than 2 dogs.

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay? 
No
.

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes? 
We accept all dogs at owner’s own discretion – not all of our rooms are spacious enough to accommodate large dogs. Rooms 6, 8 and 9 small dogs only. We advise guests bringing pets to call the hotel directly to discuss the best options.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room? 
No
.

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together? 
No
.

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
We do not approve of dogs being left in the room for long periods however guests have in the past left dogs for a couple of hours in the day or for a few hours in the evening whilst on a night out.

• Do you have a dog-sitting service? 
No
.

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
Not answered.

Holiday Inn - Brighton Seafront

website: Holiday Inn – Brighton Seafront

e-mail: reservationsmgr@hibrighton.com

Tel: +44 (0)1273 828280

Address: 137 Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2JF

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Yes, the hotel charges £15 per dog per night

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
No

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
No

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
Any size.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
No

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
Only in the guest room.

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
Yes.

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No.

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
Not answered.

The Oriental

website: The Oriental

e-mail: info@orientalbrighton.co.uk

Tel: +44 (0) 1273 205050

Address: 9 Oriental Place, Brighton, BN1 2LJ

• Do you allow more than one dog?
Yes

• If yes, do you have a limit to the number of dogs a visitor can bring?
No – no limit, but obviously everything within reason. We always like to speak to all our guests before they arrive to ascertain their exact needs and requirements.

• Are there any types of dog you won’t allow to stay?
No

• Do you allow just small dogs or dogs of all sizes?
All sizes.

• Are dogs allowed in the dining room?
Normally, dogs are not allowed in the breakfast room, although arrangements can be made for guests to dine earlier or later if necessary.

• If no, is there a separate place owners and their dogs can eat together?
No

• Do you allow dogs to be left alone in the room?
Ideally no

• Do you have a dog-sitting service?
No – but would be happy to hear from anyone who would be prepared to offer this service to our guests

• Anything else you would like to say to encourage people and their dogs to stay with you?
Please note that owners are responsible for their pets and any damage caused so only well behaved, quiet pets should stay.  Pets (and their owners) causing a nuisance to other guests may be asked to leave.

One Response to Accommodation

  1. Paul Wilder October 12, 2015 at 10:58 am #

    Thanks very much for your accommodation list – was very useful to find a room for my NHS conference next month accompanied by my small rescue dog!

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