The Bath Arms at Longleat

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

The Bath Arms is a sweet country pub, located on the Longleat Estate.
Being dog friendly perked our ears up straight away, with the location close to so many walks and countryside escapes.
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Living in the Wiltshire countryside is really perfect, we have wonderful walks and places to visit so close to home. However, I am the first to admit I get swept away with other wonderful places, wanting to visit everywhere, and forgetting what is right up the road.

The Longleat Estate not only offers the well known safari park, but many different pubs, hotels and gorgeous walks too. Meaning there is something for everyone, including your four legged pal.
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Many people visit The Bath Arms not only when on a day trip to Longleat, or whilst staying at near by Center Parcs but to enjoy the wonderful menu, stunning beer garden and near by walks- perfect for a a countryside petaway for you and the pooch.
The Bath Arms at Longleat

The Bedrooms
The Bedroom at The Bath Arms was simple and fresh, with a lovely large bed. The carpets were dark, which I always appreciate with the dogs [if they aren't wooden] and the size was great for two humans and two dogs.

No doubt the best dog friendly room, due to being right on the gorgeous garden. Making it perfect to pop with the dogs late in the evening and early in the morning.
The room was overlooked by pretty flowers and the buzzing of bees whilst having a large grassed area for Sev and Lily to mooch around on, with plenty of sniffs and smells.


The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat

 The Food
Our meals at The Bath Arms were lovely!
Dinner menu was wonderful, with something for everyone. Sam enjoyed the pork, whilst I went for the burger.
Desserts, obviously, followed which filled us up perfectly, while finishing our bottle of wine and enjoying the last of the evening sun in the beer garden.
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Breakfast in the morning was a buffet of pastries, juices, toast and cereals. As well as being able to order off a wonderful breakfast menu, too. This time I went for eggs Benedict and Sam enjoyed a sausage and bacon roll.

Sadly no treats for the dogs, or a cheeky left over sausage at breakfast, but we did bring their chews along to settle them under the table, whilst we ate.
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Dog Friendly Pub in Wilshire 
The Bath Arms is very much after our own heart, seeing dogs as part of the family, rather than just a pet. Welcoming them in to the pub, the stunning beer garden and to stay in the rooms.

Sadly we weren't made aware, but you can request dog beds, bowls and treats to be left in the room, for your pooch, to make the stay the best possible for you all.

Although the dogs weren't giving treats, or ever made a fuss of, we never felt awkward having them with us. A long with a few other Spaniels, Labs and Dachshunds that were visiting too.

Dogs are charged at £20 per dog, per night
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Where to Walk
Wiltshire is full of gorgeous walks, and this part of the county is no different.
Firstly, we highly suggest visiting Shearwater Lake. A stunning fishing lake, with woodland walks. Although dogs are to be kept on the their leads around busy parts of the lake (especially where the fisherman are) there was plenty of space for Sev and Lily to run free and really enjoy them self.
We even managed to get a good spot by the lake, for the dogs to embrace being a little soggy and swimming in the fresh water.
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat

Heavens Gate is also a lovely walk, and very close to The Bath Arms. Up high, it over looks the gorgeous Longleat Estate, with woodland, open fields and stunning views, it's really a great walk for human and hound.
The Bath Arms at Longleat
The Bath Arms at Longleat






Steph and The Spaniels were sent to review The Bath Arms at Longleat- all opinions are our own

5 comments:

  1. Steph, these photos are incredible! I haven't been to Longleat in years but TBA looks great. It's so cute that you can take your beautiful doggies with you. :)

    T x

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  2. Wow, such a great location for a dog friendly pub with such beautiful walks nearby and fabulous photographs of Sev & Lily too. xxx

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  3. It looks like a beautiful location! Lovely photos. I do love seeing a soggy spaniel haha.

    ChloƩ, Archie and Winnie xx

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  4. I have a terrible habit of wanting to adventure far and wide, forgetting what's just up the road too! This looks gorgeous and well worth a visit! I love places that accept dogs with open arms! love & pug hugs xo

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  5. Brilliant read as always, sending love xx

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