Finding the best dog friendly cottages in the Peak District doesn’t have to be a hassle. In fact, we’re making it easy on you! The Peak District National Park is one of the best-loved haunts of dog walkers and hikers everywhere. Therefore, it stands to reason that there should be plenty of opportunities for you to check into dog friendly self catering accommodation across the local region.
We search the best pet friendly cottages in the Peak District
Nestled in the heart of one of the UK’s most stunning national parks, this idyllic stone cottage is perfect for couples to escape the hustle and bustle of day to day life. There is a double bedroom with beautiful views, a well-equipped country-style kitchen, cosy living room with log burner and family bathroom and village amenities are right on the doorstep.
Surrounded by breathtaking views, this pretty cottage with garden offers premium self-catering accommodation in a delightful setting. There are two stylish bedrooms, and downstairs you will find a family bathroom with walk-in shower, utility room with a washing machine, an airy kitchen diner and comfortable living room ideal for relaxing after a busy day!
Steeped in character, this former mill in pretty mature garden has been lovingly refurbished, retaining many original features. The dog friendly cottage has 3 bedrooms and provides variable sleeping arrangements for six people and there’s a contemporary shower room. The downstairs consists of a kitchen, lounge with Smart TV and wood burner plus a utility room.
Bag End is a cosy Derbyshire property in the heart of Peak District country. Close to villages such as Hognaston, you have access to 1 super king bedroom with space for 2 guests and 1 dog. There’s internet access throughout, and what’s more, you will also have access to a smart TV with BT packages included.
The Retreat is one of several amazing valley holiday homes to hire we are proud to list here. Part of that is thanks to the romantic location, with space that sleeps 2 in one bedroom, and the opportunity for you to bring up to 3 pets if you wish. You benefit from an open fire log burner in this cottage, and there is a shared utility space. You will also benefit from Wi-Fi throughout the cottage.
Great for a family, this stone-built house has three bedrooms, one family bathroom and an en suite shower room. There is a wood burner with logs provided and a rear garden to enjoy. Visit the spa town of Buxton and orLeek for a memorable day out.
Eden Tree Cottage is a ground floor cottage property that sleeps 2, with a sizeable bedroom and space for one dog. There is a shower cubicle and patio complete with furniture, and you will also have access to baby furniture. It makes for a great family getaway.
For when a simple log cabin just won’t do. This Peak District stone cottage sleeps six and is great for families. It provides a rural backdrop to a break for a family or even a group of friends. Its elevated position on a livestock farm will give you unsurpassed views of them across the valley. The properties outdoor area has alfresco dining furniture.
This luxury Peak District self-catering accommodation sleeps 2 and has all the trappings and is a great couples retreat. The quaint stone holiday cottage sleeps two in a sumptuous king-sized bed and the earthy granite en suite has a rainfall shower. Outside, in an enclosed and private courtyard, there is a outdoor hot tub for steamy nights under the stars.
A beautiful countryside cottage with one double bedroom and one bathroom. There is a cot and highchair available on request, a TV in the lounge and the local pub and shop are within a mile. Enjoy a picnic near the River Wye or head 14 miles to the spa town of Buxton.
This romantic cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom with a cosy lounge. There is a utility room with a washing machine, electric car charging available and a private patio area with seating. The market town of Bakewell is nearby, as is Chatsworth House just 15 miles.
A tranquil holiday cottage with two bedrooms, one bathroom and an open-plan diner. Facilities include a BBQ, hot tub and a wood burner in the lounge with logs provided. Visit the town of Chesterfield with its shops and farmers’ markets.
This stunning bolt hole is an excellent retreat for a couple. It boasts a well-equipped kitchen and a super king size bed. There is private parking for two vehicles, bike storage and the local shop is 1.5 miles. Walk along the River Derwent or head into Matlock Bath.
This idyllic property is based on the edge of the River Sett with three bedrooms and one bathroom. Facilities include off road parking, bike storage and a summerhouse in the garden. Blue John Cavern and the Pennine Way are a short drive.
A beautiful ground-floor barn conversion with one king-size bedroom and a shower room, making it ideal for a couple. There are shared gardens to be enjoyed, as well as an outdoor seating area and a gravel driveway. The Pennine Way is a short walk for outdoor enthusiasts.
If you’re not sure what you want from dog friendly cottages, take a look at our full list of our favourite pet friendly cottages in the Peak District. With so much to see and do, you’ll need a cosy and comfortable home to come back to after a hard day!
Dog friendly holidays in the Peak District are popping up more and more. The Peak District countryside really is picturesque, and for that reason, more people are taking their pets with them to explore it all. Why feel you have to leave your four-legged friend at home when there are so many stunning views and welcoming properties for you to enjoy and explore? We’ve narrowed down the search and have found some great spots.
Whether you want a cosy cottage with an open fire or a pet friendly spot that’s close to a Peak District village or two, we’ve done our best to find some great picks.
National Park Holidays
The Peak District boasts some of England’s most dramatic views, thanks to the many rivers which define the area. You will find some amazing dog friendly holiday cottages in the Peak District and newer lodges with spectacular views of rivers, waterfalls and landscapes sculpted by water. If you like fishing, there are plenty of eager mouths waiting to be hooked. The river banks host some superb woodlands which your canine companion will love exploring. You can also use the dog friendly cottages on offer as a great base to visit quaint villages such as Edale and Ashford in the Water which have a range of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Cheap Weekend Breaks
Taking a weekend break in these cottages in the Peak District doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. The Peak District has plenty of affordable accommodation, where you’re in no danger of missing out on any of the stunning scenery and activities this fabulous area has to offer. It’s open to all, including your favourite pooch, and usually at no extra cost.
Luxury Self Catering
A holiday away needn’t last weeks to do the trick. In the right setting, a day or two will be enough. The Peak District is just the place to do it. You’ll easily find something to offer great daytime and evening activities. The pet friendly atmosphere of the dog friendly holiday cottages in the Peak District makes pooches and people feel welcome.
Enclosed Garden Lets
If you are looking for cottages in the Peak District National Park, one with an enclosed garden is an excellent option.
Providing that little extra security and privacy, you can relax knowing there’ll be no escape, no chance of getting lost or having an altercation with another dog.
No wonder they are a welcome addition to dog friendly retreats in the Peak District. They’re brilliant after all those fabulous walks and add a smidge of self-indulgence to your stay.
Multi Pet Rentals
Over the years, the Peak District has become a haven for dog owners, but what if you are one of the many Brits who own more than one pet?
Pet parents will be pleased to learn the Peak District hills offer a selection of multi pet rentals and dog friendly cottages that will, for a charge, allow you to bring two, sometimes three or more well behaved pooches along.
There’s something about the wonderful Peak District scenery that makes it ideal for couples wanting a dog friendly romantic break.
The choice of one bedroom cottages in the Peak District is endless. Whether you want a stunning converted farm building with all mod cons or cosy dog friendly cottages in a pretty village packed with original features, it’s up to you!
Whether you choose one in a park with all the conveniences needed for a relaxing break, such as restaurants, play areas and leisure facilities, or a quiet location with superb walks direct from the front door.
Ideas For A Dog Holiday In The Peak District
The Peak District is a haven for any dog owners with miles of untouched countryside, you can immerse yourself in this majestic setting.
You’ll have no trouble finding a dog friendly host anywhere in the Peaks, whether it’s in the fields or the picturesque hills.
The Peak District is an adventurous region which is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes in Europe.
It is a dog owner’s paradise which is why so many book dog friendly holidays in the Peak District, as your favourite friend will be overwhelmed with the opportunities to explore all around.
For human visitors, the conservation work carried out by the National Park means this is one of the most unspoiled areas left in the UK, bar none.
Visit The Peak District - Things Your Dog Will Enjoy
Bursting with dog-friendly attractions, like Crich Tramway Village and Chatsworth House, the Peak District National Park is the ideal spot for a break with your canine companion.
Peak District Hills
Boasting excellent hill walks, including Kinder Scout (the highest peak) and Chrome Hill, the rolling moorlands have endless cycling and walking routes.
The house itself is off-limits, but your four-legged pal can sniff around 105 acres of glorious parkland, including the maze and rose garden
You’ll find fewer tourists, some fantastic walks and plenty of dog friendly places to stop and rest weary feet and paws in this more rugged, unspoilt northern edge of the Peaks.
The dog friendly town of Chapel-en-le-Frith nestles within the contrasting landscapes of the Peak District with its renowned restaurants, traditional pubs, shops and fascinating history
One of the prettiest beauty spots in the country with magnificent views. You and Fido can fish, explore nearby Monsal Dale and marvel at the impressive viaduct.
Starting in the North and flowing through the Peak District, the river Manifold is the perfect place for a stroll with your faithful companion and is popular with cyclists, walkers and horse riders.
If you love nature, you’ll love the Peak District, and there are tons of lovely villages and towns dotted across the region which will make anyone with dogs feel at home.
With outdoor activities such as walking, cycling and fishing, your sure to have a memorable holiday here.
Whatever you do through the day and evening, you can look forward to the luxury of one of our picks for pet friendly Peak District cottages.