Get those tails wagging with a visit to North East Lincolnshire!
Holidays and days out should include all members of the family, especially those four-legged ones and North East Lincolnshire is a great place to spend some quality time with your best friend.
Have a pawsome getaway!
Rest your weary paws at one of our many dog-friendly places to stay. From quality hotels who go the extra mile for you and your pooch to boutique bed and breakfast accommodation, coastal cottages, caravans and camp sites, you’ll be sure to find something to suit your budget and needs.
Whether it’s exploring our beautiful beaches in Cleethorpes, or walking in our parks and woodlands, you’re sure to find a route that pleases both you and your pooch. We’re right on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds too so have lots of choice for countryside walks. For route ideas go to our walk section.
Refresh and refuel
After all that walking, head to a nearby café, restaurant or cosy pub to enjoy some delicious local produce where your pooch is more than welcome. A few dog friendly places to mention include The Globe, The Pig & Whistle at Healing Manor, Brown’s Café, Café at Grimsby Minster, The Nottingham pub, and The Ship at Barnoldby-le-Beck
Cleethorpes dog friendly beaches
Dogs are welcome on our main beaches (North Prom and Central Prom) from October to April*, but there are restrictions in spring and summer due to children playing on the beach and the infamous Cleethorpes donkeys. Dogs are free to roam on the beach from Cleethorpes Leisure Centre towards Humberston Fitties all year round. If you are unsure of your dog’s recall abilities then please keep them on a lead, especially near bird nesting areas.
Please remember that your dog is your responsibility – pick up your dog mess and keep your dog under close control. Let’s all show some love to our amazing beaches and resort by keeping it clean for all.
If you need some inspiration of things to do, outdoor activities, take a look at some of the ideas and places below!
[*dogs are prohibited from Good Friday through to 30 September]