Walk the pooch in and around South Kensington and Chelsea. This area of London might be one of the best and most dog-friendly neighbourhoods of London. This is our list of top 5 things to do with your dog in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
1. HYDE PARK
London's most iconic park is just minutes away. Opening as early as 5am, the 350 acres (140 ha) is a dog utopia, with large grass areas, winding paths, and water-side walks.
2. BLAKES RESTAURANT
Too few restaurants are welcoming dogs, but Blakes is one of them. So when you wonder where to dine, the best answer is this timeless restaurant. Take your dog with you, anytime of the day, and enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch, tea or dinner in your best friend's company. Blakes is pet-friendly both indoors and outdoors, so regardless of the weather, your pooch will always be accepted. Blakes Restaurant treats all dogs with complimentary water and treats.
3. THE PET SPA
Treat your pet to the ultimate pampering and grooming experience at The Pet Spa's cosy salon on Fulham Road in Chelsea. Their team of expertly trained pet-grooming specialists will meet your individual needs and requirements. They do not only look after dogs, but also cats, rabbits, hamsters and even tortoises!
| 305 Fulham Road, Chelsea, London SW10 9HQ
4. BLAKES DOGGY PACKAGE
Where to stay with a dog? With a long history of being pet-friendly, no hotel looks after your dog like Blakes does. With a 24-hour "Doggy Concierge", to direct you to the closest Pet Salons, local walking routes, nearest parks and dog shops. All reservations come wiht an in-room water bowl, treats and toy, as well as a magnificient dog bed for each dog.
| 33 Roland Gardens, Chelsea, London SW7 3PF
5. DOGGY FASHION
Pop-in "Love My Human", Kings Road's address that your dog will fall in love with. From merino wool jumpers to keep warm in winter, to fashionable raincoats via all-weather boots, they have everything to satisfy the most fashionable dogs.
| 308 King's Road, Chelsea, London SW3 5UH