Hi - I’m Dex! I’m known around here as ‘the Days Inn Dog’, which is awesome, because it means I get to tell you all about our brilliant pet-friendly hotels.
Want to know a secret? Every Days Inn hotel welcomes furry (and, sometimes, not so furry) dudes like me, because the humans that run this business understand we’re just as big a part of the family as everyone else and should be given the opportunity to join in on any adventure.
I’ve personally sampled every Days Inn hotel, from Chester to Hamilton and everywhere in-between (it took me a while - Days Inn have seventeen hotels nationwide!) and can confirm that they’re perfectly suited to pooches and pets (although, you might want to call in and check before bringing your fully-tamed tiger…).
Bring your four-legged friend to a Days Inn hotel - they’re made to feel very welcome indeed!
Choose from 17 dog-friendly hotels nationwide
With drinking bowls and free biscuit jars placed conveniently at every Days Inn hotel reception, our dog guests are guaranteed the best possible welcome and start to their mini break.
We understand you don’t want to leave your pet when you head to a hotel as a family, which is why we’re more than happy for you to bring them along when you stay with Days Inn.
Our pet guests can expect a warm welcome, plenty of room to bed down for the night and - yes, why not - another biscuit or two on departure. It really is home from home!
Past pooch Days Inn guests
We love dogs at Days Inn, which is why Dex has fast become one of our most treasured members of staff. Think of Dex as a Chief Pet Liaison Officer. Dex would love to Welcome you and your Pet to one of our Pet Friendly Hotels.
Want to see your dog featured on this page? Simply send us your photo and pet’s name!
Book a dog-friendly hotel today
Dog stays are charged at just £10 per pooch, per stay (not per night) and we allow a maximum of three dogs per room.
If you’re heading off for a staycation or simply need somewhere to rest your weary feet - and paws - for the night, book a Days Inn hotel today, and bring along your dog.