Bath is jam-packed with history and plenty of dog friendly places to make the tail wag. One of Britain's most appealing cities, complete with Roman architecture and hipster hang-outs. The whole city has earned Unesco World Heritage Site status. This means there's something exquisite to see from corner to corner
As well as architecture, Bath also has roots in the literacy scene. The author of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen lived in Bath during the early 1800s. She used Bath as the location for two of her novels.
This wonderful city has a whole host of woof-worthy things to do. Some of Bath's beautiful countryside is located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. You and your pooch can take advantage of the spectacular views over the Limpley Stoke Valley and River Avon. Fancy something a little different? The Little Theatre Cinema hosts dog friendly cinema screenings in Bath every two-to-three months. Complete with blankets, water and treats.
For the foodies, Bath's pubs and restaurants have real appeal from refined tearooms to retro cafes and a crop of quality gastropubs. And, because of Bath's compact size, so many places are within easy walking distance.
Start your tail-wagging adventure in dog friendly Bath