Tail Wagging dog friendly accommodation across South East England

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Explore More in 2024 

South East England is a destination with discovery at its heart. With an array of places to visit, countryside that will take your breath away, family-friendly attractions, and miles of stunning coastline, South East England will not disappoint. Whether it's discovering the stunning coastline of Kent, wine-tasting in Sussex, trying tantalising local produce on the Isle of Wight, creating literary stories in Hampshire, or experiencing breathtaking views in Surrey, come and discover a destination full of diversity. Embrace the royal heritage of Berkshire, explore the great outdoors of Buckinghamshire, discover the charming towns and villages of Oxfordshire, or take to the waves in Dorset, with over 1900 hours of sunshine a year, the South East is one of the warmest regions in the UK. 

With 50+ castles, 140+ vineyards, 26 Blue-flag award-winning beaches, 19 piers, 5 cities, and a host of towns and villages each with their own character and feel, you'll never be short of things to do. Mix up your adventures with some free things to do along with pay-for visits, picnics in the rolling countryside, and lunches or dinners out to make the most of your South East visit. South East England wraps around London and with its great travel and transport links, it is easy to combine your stay with a day trip, short break, or holiday to the capital. 

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With a choice of styles and budgets to suit, choose from five-star luxury escapes to the countryside, exciting family holiday parks by the sea, or budget-friendly city centre hotels ideal for exploring with friends, you are sure to find the right accommodation for your next holiday in South East England. Special offers mean it doesn't have to cost the earth to visit, and with a host of dog-friendly places to stay everyone can enjoy a getaway. Start looking now, and book the place that's right for you....your next South East adventure awaits.

Glamorous Glamping across South East England

More Events

The 2024 South East event calendar is bursting at the seams, from internationally renowned events welcoming thousands of visitors, to art, music, and cultural festivals bringing colour and excitement to the region. Schools will be out for the summer holidays in July/August and the South East is full of family fun events and activities to keep you entertained. Look out for the free (F) events and added-value activities and crafts to help the budget go a little further. Don't miss the chance to taste your way around the region with a visit to one of the many food festivals filling up the event calendar or enjoy some music at one of the many music festivals celebrating every type of music genre. Make the most of the last bank holiday weekend of the year and enjoy the extra time off with family and friends.

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Discover some of the must-dos and must-see places to visit from around South East England. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, or X for news and events for your next visit or holiday. We love sharing your photos and stories too, so don't forget to tag us and use the hashtag #lovesoutheastengland or #exploremorein2024. Our YouTube channel is a great way to see what adventures await with destination videos from across the destination that you can take a look at before you travel. Our blog and e-newsletters are another great source of ideas, with regular updates around half-term holidays, themes, and special events. Visit our be inspired pages to link up with many of the tourism websites located in the South East of England.

More Experiences

Whether it's gliding down a zip wire, abseiling down a tower, trying indoor skydiving, or one of the many other thrilling experiences on offer, there are plenty of ways to get your pulse racing in South East England. If you prefer a more relaxed pace, enjoy a Bridgeton-style afternoon tea, soak in the warm waters of a tranquil spa, or take a leisurely walk through miles of picturesque countryside. The South East offers a wealth of experiences to suit every mood and preference.  For food enthusiasts, the region boasts a vibrant culinary scene with cafes, restaurants, and country inns serving dishes from around the world. Don’t miss the chance to try local specialties like oysters in Whitstable, scallops in Rye, garlic in Sandown, watercress in Alresford, locally brewed beer in Oxfordshire, internationally renowned Bombay Sapphire gin in Winchester, and sparkling English wine across the region.

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More Coastline

With 400 miles of stunning coastline, there are plenty of coastal towns and cities providing a great backdrop to an escape by the sea. Walk along the stunning white cliffs, skim stones along the shore, enjoy the breathtaking panorama, and mesmerising sunsets as flocks of starlings dance in the sky - murmurations, (November - March), the South Coast is sure to delight. You may not know but southern England is full of sandy beaches, from the beautiful East coastline of the Isle of Wight to the sweeping bays on the Isle of Thanet, the dunes of Camber Sands and West Witterings, to the glorious beaches of Dorset, the gateway between the South East and the South West.    

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