Isle of Wight – An Isle for Dogs!

Wightlink ferries started our trip in the nicest of ways by welcoming us on and we were able to wander the decks on the short trip to the island. Incredible holiday rental accommodation right on the water at Steephill Cove, made for a wonderful relaxing holiday. Off season on the Isle of Wight allows you to pretty much go everywhere with your pooch so I was able to explore off lead beaches, gardens, attractions, castles and parks with my family.

We visited a donkey sanctuary, a castle, a national historic site, pubs, beaches even a botanic garden. All of which can be found in the Bauwow app and as a seasoned traveller I highly recommend them all.

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We visited a donkey sanctuary, a castle, a national historic site, pubs, beaches even a botanic garden. All of which can be found in the Bauwow app and as a seasoned traveller I highly recommend them all.

Pubs, cafes and even restaurants in the south east of the island are very open to us well behaved dogs enjoying a coffee, beer or food with our owners.  Over on the west of the island us pooches can explore the National Trust Needles Historic site and afterwards take your owner to the fantastic restaurant/café called Off the Rails in Yarmouth for some great food and loads of well-mannered mutts enjoying lunch with their hoomans.

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All in all, the Isle of Wight is a great dog friendly location that is highly recommended by the Bauwow team and especially by me. Check out my next few blog posts in the coming days to give more detail about beaches, attractions and places to stay.

To Be Continued…

Tobia the Beagle

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