This is a restored 17th century barn set across three floors with an elevated positon above Robin Hood’s Bay.
A delightful detached cottage situated in the Yorkshire Dales with an open fire, private jacuzzi and log burning BBQ.
A large detached property with a games room and stables for horses. There is a lawned garden out front and parking for three cars.
This stone self catering cottage has all the amenities for a fantastic retreat with the family and a large enclosed garden for your pet.
A cosy retreat situated in County Durham with free access to Beamish with this property. A truly fabulous stay for families.
A wonderful bungalow in the small village of Causey with a shop and pub less than 2 miles away for all your necessities.
A ground floor bungalow set in the heart of Scalby with off road parking, and the North York Moors on your doorstep.
Enjoy local permit fishing in Derwent River from this Bungalow and take your dogs on a stroll through Allensford Country Park.
Set on the edge of the owners farm, this terrific cottage close to Whitby allows you to explore the coast and countryside with dogs.
Just 7 miles from the bustling Skipton, enjoy a rural retreat at this stone built cottage with an abundance of wildlife on your doorstep.
North of England dog friendly accommodation is well known for its splendid hospitality. It is made up of the counties Lancashire and Yorkshire. It boasts long stretches of sandy beaches and amazing woodlands.
There is an abundance of scenic walks, bridleways and trails for cyclists of all levels. Walk in the footsteps of Romans on the Hadrian’s Wall trail. Visit Lindisfarne, surrounded by breathtaking scenery. There is something for everyone with our dog friendly cottages in the North of England. It doesn’t matter if you are a historian, shopaholic or an adrenaline junkie.
This beautiful area boasts stunning beaches, 2 areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore. Picture perfect villages, historic buildings and plenty of local and traditional food to enjoy.
It’s great when you book holiday cottages and the most difficult part of your stay is deciding where to go and what to do first.
Explore and unwind, that’s the most important part. Let your furry friend join in on all the adventure. This region has excellent days out for fun and adventure all year round. Do some beach-combing, hiking, quad-biking and surfing in the summer.
Find a pet-friendly pub in winter and cosy up in front of a crackling fire while mixing with the friendly locals and sipping on something to warm you up.
Because there is so much to see and do we have made it a bit easier for you to decide whether this is the place for your future family holidays and weekend breaks.
Helmsley Walled Garden is nestled at the foot of the North York Moors and cottage holidays in this neck of the woods are very popular. This peaceful 5-acre garden lies in the shadow of historic Helmsley Castle. This spectacular location is picture-perfect. Good news is that your four-legged friend can join you on your exploration. He or she must be on a lead in the garden areas. When you are done exploring have something to eat or drink at The Vine House Cafe. Your canine companion is welcome inside a section of the cafe or you can enjoy the sun in the outside seating area
Brimham Rocks, Summerbridge, near Harrogate. Brimham Rocks feature a collection of bizarre and extraordinary rock formations which includes the Dancing Bear and the Gorilla. Paths weave over heather moorland or through stunning woodland, with panoramic views over Nidderdale. Your canine companion is welcome to join you. They must be kept on a lead between April and June to protect ground-nesting birds. Your four-legged friend is allowed in the shop and exhibition room. Water bowls are provided at the refreshment kiosk and outside the visitor centre.
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Haworth. Why not travel through Brontë country on a steam train with your pooch. Owners must keep their dogs under control and on the floor of the train when travelling. You won’t have to pay for your canine companion to join your trip. You must visit Haworth’s quaint shops and walk across Penistone Hill to the beautiful Brontë waterfall.
Yorkshire has splendid national parks: the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the North York Moors National Park which is well known for its dry-stone walls. The Yorkshire Dales is a walker or hikers dream destination. Take a gentle riverside walk, or for a longer hike on wild and empty moorland.
Book one of our pet friendly cottages in the North of England today, for an unforgettable holiday whatever the time of year.
It is home to an endless variety of outdoor activities including train trips, abseiling and golf, horse-riding and kite-boarding and a list of dog-friendly family attractions and activities. Boasting stunning castles, ancient ruins and deserted medieval cities.
Whether you want a romantic weekend away, family break or reuniting with old friends then there will be dog friendly cottages in the North of England perfect for you.