Explore everything you and your pet can do in Boston. With a range of accommodation options suitable for pets, and things to do with your dog, Boston is a fantastic place to visit with a four-legged friend. Enjoy a short break in this dog-friendly market town, or emBARK on a longer outdoor retreat with your furry friend in one of the many dog-friendly campsites and caravan parks in the surrounding countryside.
There are a variety of dog-friendly businesses across Boston, from cafes to campsites, so be sure to check out the list below for a comprehensive guide to where you can take your dogs!
Boston has a range of dog-friendly attractions and things to do, right in the centre of town and in the surrounding areas. The Stump (St. Botolph's Church) is renowned for being dog-friendly, the church's resident dog Chester, often greets guests when they arrive.
Boston is surrounded by glorious rural countryside in all directions meaning there are plenty of outdoor spaces to take your pets. The area is home to two impressive RSPB nature reserves, Frampton Marsh and Freiston Shore. Both of these sites are dog friendly but due to the sensitivity of the wildlife that inhabits these fascinating places, it is important that dogs are kept on a leash, under close control and stick to the reserve's designated footpaths.
Check out Boston's country parks and nature reserves for a full list of the outdoor spaces you can take your pet (please note that dogs are not allowed to Dion Nature Reserve, Boston's newest reserve).
If you are looking for inspiration for walking routes in and around Boston to take your dogs, check out Boston's Trails.
Boston is brimming with hotels, self-catering lodges, and caravan parks that are dog-friendly. With facilities going above and beyond to ensure you and your pet have the best experience, there are some truly great dog-friendly places to stay in the market town centre, and in the surrounding countryside.
Elms Farm Holiday Cottages offers a selection of dog-friendly barns, where you and your pets can enjoy Lincolnshire's rural countryside in peace. They have plenty of space on-site to keep your four-legged friends entertained, and they are also located close to The Wheatsheaf, a dog-friendly pub! If you're planning to have a day out, Elms Farm also offers dog-sitting options.
Discover the best dog-friendly places to stay in Boston.
Treat your pets to this dog-friendly café alongside the river Witham serving a range of snacks, treats, and hot drinks.
Porky Wrights holiday cottage is a quaint 2 bedroom self-catering holiday accommodation located 6 miles north of Boston
The Wheatsheaf Bar & Grill is a dog-friendly pub serving big grills and pub classics in Boston's rural countryside.
The Barn at White House Farm is a wonderfully rural, pet-friendly barn conversion with an enclosed private garden on the River Witham
A quaint and secluded detached self-catering bungalow in the village of Sutterton surrounded by glorious countryside.
St Botolph's coffee shop & bar, 'The Refectory', is a great place to refresh and relax as you take in the stunning stained-glass windows that create…
The Greenhouse Cafe is an independent dog friendly coffee shop in Boston's town centre serving a range of hot drinks and light meals
Taumberland Barns is a converted rural barn complex in Lincolnshire's peaceful countryside.