Dog-friendly stays Hampshire

Welcoming your
four-legged friends!

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Enjoy your countryside stay with the whole family!

We understand that for many it's not a family holiday without your beloved pooches, which is why we are delighted to welcome your dogs to Oakley Hall Hotel!

Each dog will be welcomed to one of our designated dog-friendly Courtyard rooms with a bed, blanket, water & food bowls, a bag of treats and waste bags. With private parking & quick access to our hotel grounds the Courtyard is just a short walk from the main hotel. There will be an additional charge of £35 per dog per stay. 

Dogs are welcome on our outdoor Garden Terrace area of the Glasshouse Restaurant, provided they are well-behaved and do not disturb our other guests. It is mandatory that all dogs are kept on the lead in public areas of the property.

During your stay, we ask you to be considerate of all of our guests - including those without dogs. To view the full terms & conditions for dog stays, please click here.

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Pup Rules

Frequently asked questions

  • How many dogs are allowed in each room?

    There is a maximum of 2 dogs per room charged at £35 per dog per stay. Please specify the number of dogs at the time of booking. Guide dogs will not be charged.

  • Will there be a bed for my dog in my room?

    Yes! There will be a bed, blanket, food bowl, water bowl, bag of treats and waste bags in your room on arrival. We do suggest that you bring a bed or blanket from home, so your dog has something familiar to snuggle into.

  • Can I leave my dog in my room unattended?

    Dogs are not permitted to be in your room unattended, except during breakfast hours and lunch & dinner. Dogs are welcome to join you for dinner on the Garden Terrace, provided they are well behaved and kept on the lead at all times.

  • Can I take my dog for a walk on the grounds?

    Absolutely! We encourage you to explore our beautiful grounds & woodlands with your canine-companions. In respect of our other guests and to protect our local wildlife, we ask that dogs remain on a short lead whilst outside of their rooms enjoying the estate.