Boringdon Hall Hotel
We welcome your beloved hounds at Boringdon Hall, where man's best friend is treated like royalty.
Located on the outskirts of Dartmoor, you'll find miles of beautiful walks on our doorstep, ideal for you and your four legged friend. You can find a map of local walking routes at our reception.
After a long walk in the countryside, both you and your dog can curl up in front of the fire in the Great Hall and relax.
At Boringdon we offer the following dog friendly amenities:
- A friendly welcome to you and your hound.
- Dog-friendly courtyard rooms.
- Blankets, dog beds, poo bags and treats.
Fee: £20 per night.
Contact our reservations team to find out more about dog friendly stays at Boringdon.
Please note - our restaurants are not dog friendly, we have limited availability in the Grenville for dining with you dog. Please speak to reservations upon booking to check availability if you'd like to reserve this dining option.
The Equality Act 2010 requires that disabled people have the same rights to services such as accommodation, restaurants, and bars. Also we recognise that reasonable adjustments will be made in order to avoid discrimination against disabled people.
These reasonable adjustments will include and range from creating wheelchair access routes to modifying a “no dogs policy” so that a disabled person may be accompanied by their service or assistance dog.
We also understand that not all service or assistance dogs will carry charity registration papers by Assistance Dogs Uk (ADUK) as they may be self-trained.
In order to protect our guests and staff from dogs that are not trained to the required standards under the law, we will expect that the assistance dog will, as stated by The Equality and Human Rights Commission:
- Be highly trained.
- Will not wander freely around the premises.
- Will sit or lie quietly on the floor next to its owner.
- Are trained to go to the toilet on command and so are unlikely to foul in a public place.
- Be recognisable by the harness or identifying dog jacket, although not in all cases.
We recognise that all disabilities are not visible. While we recognise the positive impact an emotional support animal (ESA) has on its owner, however we also have a duty of care to our guests and staff.
As ESAs are not always trained to the required safety standards of an assistance/ service dog, we are afraid we do not allow them into our restaurants and will be limited to our “Pet Friendly” accommodation.