Dog Holiday Cottages (UK)

Latest Multi Dog Holidays

Brechfa, West Wales

This cottage escape enjoys two bedrooms, one en suite bathroom and one en suite shower room. There’s a BBQ available, off-road parking in the grounds for 2 cars and the pub is just a few miles. For a day out, visit Cenarth or Newcastle Emlyn which are on the doorstep.

St Ives, Cornwall

One of the finest dog friendly cottages welcoming multiple dogs and it includes two bedrooms, a bathroom and a separate WC. Outside there is an enclosed garden with furniture, a BBQ and lots of off-road parking. The beach is less than 2 miles and there are plenty of local pubs, independent shops and restaurants along the coastline within walking distance of the cottage.

Isle Brewers, Somerset

This beautiful terrace cottage comes with a king-size bedroom, shower room and separate WC. Try alfresco dining outside with the gravel seating area and BBQ on offer. Enjoy a spot of fishing or swimming at the River Isle which is a short walk from the property.

Caer Llan, Wales

Delightful detached stone cottage with a double bedroom and shower room. Facilities include off-road parking, a woodburner, washing machine and BBQ. It’s an ideal base for exploring the Brecon Beacon National Park which you get to by car.

Audlem, Cheshire

A stunning ground-floor barn in the Cheshire countryside with a king size bedroom and underfloor heating. At the holiday home is a private hot tub, bike storage and the pub is nearby. Spend the day on Shropshire canal where you can hire a boat and enjoy the tranquility on offer.

Tregavethan, Cornwall

This romantic cottage has a reverse-level layout with a ground floor bedroom and en suite bathroom. Throughout the property is underfloor heating as well as a pizza oven for hire and local produce onsite. Truro is less than 3 miles away and is a great day for a family wanting to explore.

Holsworthy, Devon

A brilliant ground floor accommodation based on a working farm a double and single bedroom. The barn has private parking, an outside decked area and seating available for relaxing. Dartmoor and Bude are both nearby where you can enjoy the sandy beaches or national park.

Burwash, Sussex

This quaint cottage enjoys two bedrooms, a bathroom and a small lounge with an open fire. You’ll receive a welcome pack on arrival, there’s a smart TV and the shop and pub are just 2 miles. For a day out, just 8 miles away, head into the historic town of Battle with your canine.

Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds

A rural getaway, ideal for couples this cottage boasts two bedrooms, a shower room and a WC. Outside is a lovely garden, as well as parking, whilst the nearby shops and pubs are under 3 miles. Warwickshire and the Cotswolds are about a 25 minute drive but well worth the trip.

Warkworth, Northumberland

This converted granary is perfect for a family retreat with a master double bedroom and a twin room. There’s an open fire in the lounge and an enclosed patio outside with seating and a chiminea. Amble and Coquet Island are not far from this property and are fantastic days out.

Welton Le Marsh, Lincolnshire

Based on 12 acres, this detached home has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a cloakroom. Wifi is available throughout, there’s a conservatory and a woodburner with logs provided. The small villages of Belchford and Fulletby are withing walking distance and ideal for some lunch.

Hartington, Peak District

A wonderful terrace cottage with an open plan kitchen/diner and two bedrooms. There is a doggy welcome pack on arrival, stairgate and parking are all available. Experience the many trails on your doorstep as your ideally situated in the middle of the Peak District National Park.

Pontyates, West Wales

Situated on 7 acres of smallholding, this holiday cottage has a double and twin room. Sit outside in the enclosed garden with furniture or watch TV inside in the cosy lounge. Pembrey Country Park is just 8 miles whilst the Kidwelly Canal is perfect for bird watchers.

Bedale, North Yorkshire

This large converted barn is great for a large family or group with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. It’s set on the owner’s farm with rail fenced gardens, a BBQ and a large patio. Head into the vibrant market town of Masham and enjoy some food whilst doing some shopping.

Portinscale, Lake District

Superb cottage on a private lane with an open plan kitchen/diner and three bedrooms. There’s an enclosed lawned garden, three patios and parking for two cars. Head into the popular town of Keswick which is just 1.5 miles away or visit Derwent Marina and hire a kayak.

Crieff, Scotland

Stylish detached holiday house with three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a well-equipped kitchen. Enjoy the games barn here with badminton and tennis nets and a private hot tub. Explore the Perthshire countryside with plenty of walking routes and cycling trails on your doorstep.

Faversham, Kent

This weatherboarded cottage is ideal for a large family with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. There’s a fully enclosed garden with a patio and furniture, whilst indoors is an open fire. Head to the coastal town of Whitstable or historic city of Canterbury for a great day out.

Charmouth, Dorset

A stunning detached home with Sea views and five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Perfect for a group, there is an enclosed lawned garden, BBQ and parking for 3 cars. Your just 500m from the beach here or take a trip to Lyme Regis which is 3 miles.

Bicester, Oxfordshire

This terrific country house has five bedrooms, a conservatory and sliding doors to the patio. Facilities include a pool table, 6-person hot tub and a large enclosed garden. Silverstone circuit is just 14 miles away from this cottage or Oxford is 10 miles for fabulous activities.

Grangemuir, Scotland

A period house on a 400-acre working farm with five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an open plan kitchen/diner. Onsite is a games room with table tennis and pool, whilst also having a hot tub. St Andrews is only 10 miles away for golf enthusiasts or explore the Fife Coastal Path.

Find the Best Multiple Dog Friendly Cottages

Finding multi dog holiday cottages can be difficult, so we have made it easy for you with our selection of the UK’s best pack holidays below. If you’re looking to book a relaxing break, self-catering cottages that allow multiple dogs are perfect.

Alternative Accommodation

The excitement of booking a multi dog friendly cottage can have a downside if you have to leave your dogs behind. Kennel fees aren’t cheap, and besides, it’s heart-wrenching saying goodbye to the furry members of your family. This needn’t be the case as more and more properties, holiday destinations and self catering cottages now allow more dogs. So, pack your bags and pop your pups in the car and set out on a trip to one of these luxury self catering cottages.

Self Catering Cottages

A dog friendly cottage for two or more dogs is an excellent option for people who have pets. These cosy cottages provide a getaway from it all and where you can relax and enjoy the quiet. Cottages in the UK offer an excellent choice of and a cottage can accommodate 2, 3 or more dogs. These cottages in the UK offer plenty of space to roam around and each cottage has many different attractions and activities nearby to keep you and your dogs happy and entertained. If you haven’t chosen a cottage yet, see more holiday homes with pets, see our homepage.

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Luxury Lodges

Luxury lodges dotted across the UK’s best landscapes are ideal for pet owners with more than one dog. A range of pooch-friendly lodges is available, catering for all breeds. Warm, comfortable and wonderfully homely, each lodge is fully equipped with all your needs. Multiple dogs need space around a cottage or cabin to roam while on walks with you. It’s not just about being able to take your dogs along with you on holiday. It’s about how they can enjoy themselves too.

Holiday Homes

Holiday homes are not just your run-of-mill cottages and lodges. There are lots of quirky dog friendly accommodations that accept two dogs or more. These include houses, apartments and glamping pods that are pet friendly. Glamping is a growing trend in the UK even though it is, technically, camping. This form of going on holiday is ideal for multi-pet families as the glamping sites are usually set in the beautiful countryside. So look out for other accommodation, not just cottages.

Private Caravans

Owner’s caravans are advertised everywhere and are usually more relaxed than stricter holiday parks about how many dogs they will allow at once. Private dog friendly caravans tend to have suitable areas for off-lead walks. There is no fenced-off area or complex rules to follow. However, remember that if you take your dogs with you on holiday in a private caravan, you must ensure they are under your complete control.

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Popular Pack Holiday Locations

From Devon to the Lake District to the Brecon Beacons, the North York Moors, the Norfolk Broads, the South West and North Yorkshire, you can find idyllic dog friendly holiday cottages for 3 dogs. There is plenty for you and your dogs to do in and around these holiday homes. Separation anxiety for you and your best friend is a thing of the past, thanks to this comprehensive selection of dog friendly holidays.

Lake District National Park

This area offers an unforgettable experience of outstanding natural beauty; from tranquil waters to steep mountains, this national park is beautiful and breathes history and culture. It is rightly known as the “lungs of England” because it provides fresh air and relief from urban landscapes. You can view our top-pick Lake District cottages that accept dogs here.

It’s also one of the few places in Britain where you can walk through beautiful landscapes with your dog from a cottage. It should be noted that there are certain restrictions on dogs, especially concerning areas of particular scientific interest (ASSIs).

North Yorkshire

Yorkshire is the perfect holiday destination for a cottage, a land of beauty and diversity, ideal for exploring, especially if you have a multiple-dog household. With some of the best beaches in England, stunning views and plenty of things to do such as discover woodland, this part of the world will ensure that your dogs of all shapes and sizes are kept occupied! 

Quite rightly considered the place where the beautiful Yorkshire Dales meet the stunning coastline, there is something for everyone. You’ll find an abundance of Yorkshire dog friendly holiday homes available for rent. So many self catering holiday cottages, you’ll be spoilt for choice. 

Norfolk Broads

The Broads is the perfect destination for pet owners looking for an idyllic retreat, with multiple dogs allowed in most cottages. A beautiful area of rich farmland and huge skies, located on the East Coast of England. 

It’s made up of the National Park and includes rivers, lakes, reed beds, meadows and dykes.

The area is lovely for walking the dog(s) and cycling routes. It’s rich with North Norfolk cottages perfect for dog friendly holidays. Check out our favourites on this page.

The South East

The dog friendly accommodation in the South East of England is an excellent location for dog holidays.

There are many dog friendly beaches and vast open countryside to explore, and it’s pretty easy to find cottages to rent with a generous-sized garden for them to play in, as well as countryside views and sea views.

This destination is extremely popular with pet owners looking for UK staycations.

What Cottages for 3 Dogs or More Should Have

It’s time to think about what type of holiday rental would be perfect for your pets. Many countryside cottages are pet friendly and allow dogs; however, owners prefer certain features when bringing their furry friends along. A few examples of the most important features for a multi-dog holiday rental in the UK, include enclosed gardens, plenty of rolling countryside for walks, maybe in a national park and of course, most people want a dog friendly pub just a short walk away from there dog friendly holiday home.

Another thing to avoid when renting a cottage that allows dogs is allowing the dog(s) to roam around inside. This can cause damage to furniture, ruin flooring and carpets, not to mention the risks of injury and fighting between multiple dogs.

If you are thinking about bringing more than one dog along with you on your holiday, make sure that the cottage has a large enclosed garden or yard for your doggies to run around in if they need some extra exercise. If there isn’t a larger area for playing indoors, try to find out if there are any other properties on the same site that allow pets. This could mean separating the dogs for feeding time or sleeping, but it would still be better than nothing.

If your favourite dog has a bed, make sure to take their bed with you when you go away for a holiday. Not only will they like having their bed, but it will also help them to sleep comfortably if they are away from home. Their scent will be on their bed, which means that any other dogs in the house won’t try and take advantage of their absence.

If you have a dog that gets nervous or anxious when left on its own, then perhaps a multi-dog holiday rental isn’t the best choice for you. Many cottages insist on the owners being around during their stay. This is because it can be challenging at times. For example, if your dog becomes distressed or disorientated, it could bark all night, which will annoy your neighbours.

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The Last Word

Those who manage self-catering holiday accommodation have realised that putting a restriction on the number of dogs you can bring with you on your break doesn’t suit everyone. If you are a doggie family, this will certainly present the dilemma of which one to take and which one to leave behind. Now, you won’t have to choose as these cottages have realised that a holiday is not quite that for many of us without our four-legged members. We have found a delightful selection of destinations that mean the whole group can leave home without having to leave them behind.

Whether it is a dog friendly getaway with an open fire or holiday properties close to beaches, our guide offers something for all canine lovers.

From the magical coastlines of the North to the lapping shores of Devon and Cornwall, we have compiled a collection of multi-dog friendly cottages and pet lodges to choose from. For some of us, a holiday without our canine companions would be incomplete. So, rather than cooping them up in a kennels or farming them out to friends you can now give them the chance to enjoy quality time with you. The holiday homes have all been decorated to a high standard and most of these are pet friendly enclosed garden cottages for extra security. Many have welcome packs that will include treats for your pup too.

Before booking your relaxing break, do some research on doggy friendly activities the different areas have to offer and then choose one that is right not only for you but for your dogs too. This way, you can tailor-make your holiday to the tee for you and your best friends.

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