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The Old Ship Hotel
This is the oldest hotel in Brighton with a fantastic central seafront location. The Old Ship Hotel offers 154 bedrooms. There are extensive public areas including the Mess Deck Bar & Outside Terrace and The Wardroom Restaurant. Situated on Brighton seafront, the hotel commands panoramic sea views from many of its bedrooms and public areas. The beach is also easily accessible which is directly opposite the hotel!
Dogs are greeted just like their human companions with complimentary doggie treats on reception (humans get rock!) to welcome them. Our dog package includes a dog bed, bowl, biscuits and welcome letter. We welcome 2 dogs per room and they are welcome all around the hotel with the only exception being the restaurant.
In 2018 the hotel won the Best Customer Service Award at the Brighton & Hove Business Awards and our dog friendly nature set us apart in our submission.
Wine & Dine
In the heart of the Old Ship Hotel lies The Wardroom restaurant offering a fine dining experience. The Mess Deck Bar and Terrace offer a more casual dining experience and are both dog friendly.
Most bedrooms are dog friendly and include the following:
- En suite
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Iron/ironing board
Explore the local area
The hotel is on Brighton seafront with the beach just a short walk across the road. This really is the perfect hotel if you are looking for a beach holiday in the UK.
Dog Friendly walks
- Seafront Health Walk– Covers 4 miles of seafront between Hove Lagoon and Brighton Marina. There is a downloadable map on this website. https://www.brighton-hove.gov.
uk/content/leisure-and- libraries/sports-and-activity/ signed-seafront-healthwalk- route
- South Downs National Park Covering an area of more than 995 square miles, the park – which blankets the South Coast from Winchester to Eastbourne – has plenty to keep visitors occupied.
- Devil’s Dyke a deep, V-shaped valley that’s almost a mile long. According to legend, the devil himself dug the chasm, which attracted a lot of gawking tourists in the 19th Century. Today though, the beauty spot is managed by the National Trust. You can explore the area by following one of their recommended walking trails.
Dog Friendly Pubs/Cafes
- Lucky Beach – Located in a prime location on Brighton Seafront, Lucky Beach is the kind of cafe that locals have always longed for. A funky menu, friendly staff and most importantly – a damn good drinks menu! Because most of the seating is on their patio or beach area they are extremely welcoming to dogs and will be happy to provide water bowls and plenty of pats if needed.
- The Black Lion – One of Brighton’s well known pubs, The Black Lion, is situated in the heart of The Lanes just near the seafront on Black Lion Street. Not only does The Black Lion have a good reputation for a music filled night out, its amazing food is also an attraction. Dogs are welcomed at The Black Lion and there’s a great heated beer garden you can enjoy in the warm and cold seasons!
Dog Friendly Beaches
Dogs are allowed on any beach in Brighton and Hove from 1st October to 1st April, while there are some dog bans in place from April to September. There is a promenade along the beach where you can walk with dogs All year round which is full of cafes, bars & restaurants with outdoor seating areas.
- Wheelchair access
- Car parking
- Disabled Access
- Cot available
- Maximum number of dogs per room is 2
- Charge per dog is £12.50 per dog per night
- A welcome letter, treats, dog bed and bowl are all included
- Dogs can be left in bedrooms unattended as long as the hotel have contact details if required for noise complaints
- Dogs must be on a lead in public areas
- Dogs are not allowed in the restaurant
- The bar and lounge areas are dog friendly and serve food
- Dogs are not allowed on furniture
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