Are you on the lookout for brilliant dog friendly cottages in Newcastle upon Tyne? Whether you are keen to make a break for the city, or want to see the coastal and country walks hidden away up here, there is plenty for you and your pets to see and do. In fact, so much so, we’ve made an effort to hunt down the best properties friendly to pets across Newcastle and the wider area!
Bowes Barn is a brilliant dog friendly holiday home that sleeps 3 guests with 2 bedrooms, and there’s space for 2 dogs as well. There is an open plan living area, central heating (oil) throughout, and there’s also a patio area to the front of the property with seats. There’s also discounts for you to visit the Beamish Museum, too!
This contemporary barn conversion that incorporates its original stone walls into the interior is all about light and its three bedrooms, some with skylights, sleep six. There are two stylish bathrooms, one with a freestanding roll top bath, and the outdoor area equipped for alfresco dining has a covered hot tub.
This holiday cottage sleeps 4 people, has 2 bedrooms and welcomes one dog if they are well behaved. This great holiday bolthole for pets offers a ground floor and first floor rooms and facilities, as well as a garden and patio, a utility area, kitchen space and a lounge cum dining area with a woodburning stove.
This contemporary retreat with hi-spec Scandinavian finishes and fixtures, including an outdoor hot tub, sleeps six. There’s a welcome hamper guests on arrival in a well-equipped kitchen that is incorporated into the dining and living area which has a log burning stove. Beside the hot tub outside there is a BBQ and alfresco dining patio.
Bankwell Cottage is a bright and pleasant Northumberland holiday spot that sleeps 6 people and has 3 bedrooms. It is all on the ground floor and welcomes 2 pets. You have access to a woodburning stove in the living room, as well as full bathroom and kitchen suites and an enclosed garden towards the rear of the property.
This period cottage sleeps eight and retains much of its original features such as the flagstone floor and exposed stone walls, brick. The four bedrooms are especially spacious, some with sofas and soft seating and one with a log burning stove. A patio from the living room has a BBQ, dining furniture and a hot tub.
The Folly is a charming cottage that sleeps 4 people, sleeps 2 pets and has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathroom spaces. This secluded getaway is well positioned near village scenery in Northumberland and offers a fitted kitchen, a woodburning stove, a ground floor WC and open fire. There’s also Wi-Fi throughout at this property near Newcastle Upon Tyne.
This barn conversion that sleeps two is an elegant romantic retreat with a four-poster bed, free standing bath and a living area that leads out to a country garden with meadow views that you can enjoy from the depths of the wood burning hot tub.
This Newcastle Upon Tyne bolthole sleeps 9 people across 5 bedrooms, with access to 2 bathroom spaces. You can even bring 2 pets along with you for the fun, too. It is part of a series of cottages in a row, and offers an enclosed garden, an open fire and full access to Wi-Fi throughout.
Immerse yourself in warm bubbles of the wood-fired hot under the best night skies in the country and breath in clear air at this stone cottage that sleeps seven in three tastefully decorated bedrooms. There is plenty of space with a country kitchen table as well as a formal dining area.
Harthaven is a traditional property close to Newcastle Upon Tyne offering 3 bedrooms which sleep 5 people. You can bring a dog with you to this well equipped cottage situated in a central location. You’ll benefit from a Freeview TV, a DVD player and internet access, as well as a full kitchen suite. There’s a bathroom, too – don’t worry
Teddy’s Cottage is a delightful domicile with 1 bedroom and which sleeps 2 people. You can also bring a pet with you to enjoy the modern decor. There’s a dog walking field close to this cottage location, and you’ll also benefit from mod cons inside and out. There is a smart TV as well as a walk in shower and cosy living space.
Ford Cottage is a wonderful stone cottage that sleeps 4 guests in 2 bedrooms and has space for one dog. It is deep in the heart of Northumberland and offers a private patio, TV lounge, kitchen essentials and en suite shower cubicle facilities. Beyond the shower cubicle, however, make a point of enjoying the wood burner and the central heating to cosy up.
This historic city of Newcastle Upon Tyne is known for its nightlife due to having some of the best bars, restaurants and nightclubs in the country. There are plenty of coastal cottages dotted along the beaches of Tynemouth and Seaton Delaval. Some are a few miles inland but within easy driving distance of the coast.
A weekend away doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. Newcastle offers affordable family cottages across a huge area, and there’s absolutely no chance of missing out on the region’s unforgettable experiences. Dogs are welcome at most places in the region, so your four legged friend will find as much of a friendly welcome as you will yourself.
A holiday doesn’t have to mean weeks away from home. You might just need a couple of days and nights to feel your old self again. Newcastle is the perfect place to do just that. Do what you want, at your own pace. Enjoy the dog and people friendly eateries and watering holes while you’re out.
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Finding the best properties for your pets doesn’t have to be hard. Newcastle is rife with wonderful secluded spots! There’s a reason why the region is growing in popularity when it comes to holiday cottages and more besides.
Whether you are looking for somewhere for you and your pets to stay that sleeps 2, sleeps 4 or sleeps 6, we’ve made an effort to hunt down some great open plan, stone built and wonderfully presented cottages across the region. Even if you’re not really sure what you want from a holiday home or property type, allow us to help.
Newcastle is such a thriving city with a vast range of fantastic restaurants, bars, shops and markets.
Your doggie will feel at home as many of the establishments welcome pets.
Choose somewhere along the stunning coastline or in the heart of the countryside.
Newcastle is an adventurous part of the world, steeped in history and surrounded by some truly magnificent countryside.
With cottages close to working farms across the region still employing working dogs, you and your furry friend will find many a welcome in the hillsides, not to mention the cities, towns and villages in the area. Why not bring pets with you on your journeys out here?
Whether you are looking for homes that offer 2 bedrooms, 3 bedrooms, spaces for 2 pets, 3 pets or even more, there’s a lot to choose from. Plus, this is a fantastic corner of England that really demands your attention!
Plan a day out in the far north east, or step outside your door for a walk with pooch through the natural delights on your doorstep. You’re never more than 5 miles away from a brand new adventure for you and your pets.
With our list of the best luxury dog friendly cottages in Newcastle with hot tubs and Northumberland, you can unwind at night.
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