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Travelling to Jersey by sea with dogs

Couple with dog in Jersey

It's a dog's life. A pedigree break by sea for you and your best friend.

At JerseyTravel.com we want to make it easy for you to bring your whole family on holiday with Condor Ferries. We can recommend the best island package for you and your four legged friend. Plus we can offer top tips for travelling together and making the most of your island break.

Jersey offers the perfect break for your canine counterpart, being very dog-friendly with open spaces, sea swims and cliff walks. Also, many pubs and cafes offer bowls of water and dog treats to keep everyone well fuelled for their holiday adventures. Aside from the outdoor activities there are some very welcoming accommodations for you to all stay together in comfort.

So pack that doggie bag and let us do the rest.

dog in car

Travelling with your car

Working with Condor Ferries, from the UK to Jersey, we ensure that you have a pawsome and hassle-free ferry crossing.

Firstly, when you bring your dog to Jersey there is no need for a dog passport, you just need your own valid photographic ID. Should your dog be travelling in your vehicle there is no additional charge for your four legged friend.

If you’re travelling by car with your dog, they must stay in your car during the sailing. You are asked to ensure you leave windows slightly open and leave some water for your dog. Visits can be made to the car deck during the sailing when safe and you will need to be accompanied by a crew member.

Travelling as a foot passenger

When you travel as a foot passenger with your dog, they must travel in an RSPCA approved carrier. Pets aren’t allowed in the passenger lounges however your family friend will be well looked after and will travel in a dedicated pet area on the car deck. In this instance there is a £10 charge each way for your pet.

Dogs travel free in your car

Dogs Travel Free
In Your Car

£20 return in a pet carrier

£20 Return In
A Pet Carrier

No dog passport required

No Dog
Passport Required

No Kennel Costs

No Kennel
Costs

Top Recommended Dog Friendly Jersey Accommodation

Pontac House Hotel
Pontac House Hotel

Pontac House Hotel

The Pontac House Hotel is a small and friendly family-run hotel on Jersey's south coast, featuring well-kept gardens, an excellent restaurant and a heated outdoor swimming pool.

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Les Ormes Holiday Resort
Les Ormes Holiday Resort

Les Ormes Holiday Resort

Within easy reach of Jersey's west coast and close to some of the island's best beaches and stunning countryside, Les Ormes is the ideal destination for fun-filled active holidays as well as relaxing breaks.

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More dog friendly accommodation in Jersey

Longueville Manor Hotel Chateau La Chaire Hotel Greenhills Country House Hotel
Moorings Hotel Mountview Hotel Ommaroo Hotel
Pontac House Hotel Biarritz Hotel Beausite Hotel
Maison Gorey Hotel Miramar Hotel The Inn
Mornington Hotel Panama Apartments Corbiere Phare Self Catering
Discovery Bay Apartments Les Ormes Resort Prince of Wales Guest House
Harbour View Guest House Ambassadeur Hotel  
 

Life's a Beach

With miles of golden sands for frolicking on and clear waters for splashing in, Jersey beaches are a dog’s dream. Our beaches are very dog friendly and to ensure everyone enjoys their time on the beach to the max there are certain rules to follow:

Take the lead

Between 1st October and 30th April, dogs can be exercised on the beach at any time and you do not need to use a lead. Between 1st May and 30th September, dogs must be kept on a lead between 10:30 and 18:00 on all beaches.

Wildlife

Dog owners should always prevent their dog from chasing or disturbing wildlife.

Taking care of beaches, parks and paths

If you are a dog owner, pick up after your dog! Please tie the top of the bag. Take the waste home, or put it in a public litter bin. Fines of up to £500 are in place.

Banned breeds

Please note the following dogs are banned in Jersey: the Dogo Argentino, the Fila Braziliera, the Japanese Tosa (or Tosa) and the Pit Bull Terrier.