Our Dog-Friendly Hotel

Would you love to get away for a weekend city break in Newcastle, but have no one to take care of your furry friend?
Do not frett – bring them with you!!!

The Rosebery is a dog-friendly hotel in Jesmond and we pride ourselves in looking after your four-legged friends with as much care as we do with you, our fabulous guests.

Bring your furry friend
for just £10 pn

Have more than one pooch?

Bring up to 3 dogs per room!

At the Rosebery, we are a completely dog-friendly hotel and we encourage our guests to bring their pets to stay along with them. There is a small charge of £10.00 per night per dog, which is pretty great value for our beautiful boutique hotel AND  we’re only five minutes away from the city centre.

As we are such a dog-friendly bed and breakfast, we can accept up to 3 dogs per room (AND any size of dog per room).
The Rosebery is able to provide high-quality dog beds and blankets, food and water bowls, as well as a few special treats to make your dog’s stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. All of which is set up in the room prior to your arrival.

Our hotel is located just 1 minute from Jesmond Dene Park, a breath-taking area of woodland; an ideal spot to walk your dog that you would never guess could be found so close to the city centre. Take a scenic stroll along the stream and past the children’s playground and petting zoo, or delve deeper into the Dene fo explore the walking trails further to use up all your dog’s energy. At the far end of the Dene, there is an open field, where dogs and their owners, congregate to let their dogs socialise.

Nearest Poo Bin

There is a bin on Rosebery Green, directly opposite the Rosebery Hotel. This is a great place to take your pooch for a quick toilet break.

Nearest Groomers

Well, this could not be easier, Posh Pups Dog Grooming is 1 minute, from the hotel. How easy is that? They can be reached for appointments on 0191 281 7856.

Doggy Discount

If you are staying with us for a prolonged period of time we are able to offer discounts on the price of bringing your dog to stay. Just pop us an email or a call if you want to discuss your stay further.

Dog Sitting

We also offer a Dog Sitting Service, from £10-£15 (for up to 2 dogs) per hour, where one of our dedicated competent staff members (who has their own dogs), will sit your beloved pooches in the evenings if you have a restaurant booking, or during the day for weddings etc.

Whatever the event or occasion, we would be delighted to help.

To inquire about Dog Sitting – please call 0191 580 1226 or email info@roseberyhotel.com

Pooch Mascots

As dog lovers we will welcome your precious pet with open arms; the unofficial mascots of the Rosebery hotel are the owners’ two Tibetan terriers and Poochon, who occasionally make appearances in the hotel photography. These two playful pooches can be seen in pictures on our website test driving the canine provisions in the hotel, to make sure everything is of a high standard for your dog.




Every type of dog is welcome at the Rosebery

As an animal loving establishment, we accept the majority of pets to stay, simply inquire when booking.

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Places to Visit

Where should you visit with your fabulous four-legged friend?

As well as Jesmond Dene to explore with your dog, you can visit a number of places with a short distance from the Rosebery.

Newcastle Quayside – Accessible via Car/Bus/Metro and by foot and is 10 minutes away. This does have a tarmac pavement though and can be very busy, especially at weekends and at night.

The Stunning Sandy Beaches in North Tyneside – Accessible via Car / Metro 10 minutes away and a number of buses

Tynemouth/Whitley Bay/ CullercoatsBus Number 306, takes you directly to Tynemouth Village and runs every few minutes and takes up to 30 minutes to the drop-off, opposite Tynemouth Priory. The 308 and 309 bus, runs directly outside the hotel on the A1058.

Want to know more about the dog-friendly places in Newcastle and the surrounding area?

Cullercoats Bay

Cullercoats Bay is a lovely area of coastline, sheltered out of the wind, but dogs are only allowed in certain times of the year – sadly, from the 1st May to the 30th September, dogs are not permitted on the beach. But the rest of the year is fine, so Fido can have a good run around and even take a paddle in the sea. However, it is still worth a walk along the promenade at the very least during the summer months.

Great little cafe opposite the beach – Beaches and Cream

Also, the superb Cullercoats Coffee, sadly not dog-friendly inside, but has fab takeaways of scrummy food, coffees and teas.


Tynemouth Longsands –  Is one of the best beaches in the region, a huge sheltered beach, just a mere 8 miles, from the Rosebery. It has ample parking, which is paid for parking. Please do get a ticket, as it’s only a couple of quid and the traffic wardens, do police the area regularly.

Best to go when the tide is out, then you can have the run of this magnificent, sandy and very clean beach. If you are not sure about the Tides in the region, best to head to Magic Seaweed –  As you are looking out to sea, dogs are allowed to the left of the beach, up to halfway along.

2 dog-friendly cafes at each end – The View 

Has a great View of course of Longsands Beach and is dog-friendly outside on their veranda. Great choice of hot and cold food. Can be very busy at weekends, best to go, when the masses aren’t there.

Crusoes Cafe at the other end of Longsands

At the opposite end to The View cafe, is the sister cafe, Crusoes, another dog-friendly cafe. Dogs are allowed on the veranda, but actually not in the cafe. That doesn’t matter one bit, as look at the splendour you have to soak in, a superb beach. Great food and the cafe is also licenced, so you can have a wee tipple on a Winter’s day. Go you on, you deserve it!

Tynemouth King Edwards Bay

Riley’s Fish Shack – Amazing eatery on the beach, which is at the bottom of Kings Edwards Bay. Tricky to get to, as you have to navigate, some very steep steps. But worth the climb up and down! Dogs are allowed on the beach, so grab yourself a deck chair and settle in for the day.