Are you looking for the best 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, there is plenty for you and your pets to see and do.
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This property is a charming and picturesque holiday house, on the grounds of a Georgian farmhouse, there are breathtaking views from the doorstep. Guests can enjoy relaxing in peace on the private patio, or explore the ancient woodland and rivers that branch out into the local area.
A relaxing couples retreat in the Northumberland countryside, this bright and inviting holiday home is a peaceful oasis from the city’s noise. The popular market town of Hexham is just a short walk away, with plenty of shops and eateries for guests to explore if you wish to wander out.
This beautiful stone-walled barn conversion near Newcastle features its own indoor hot tub, with plenty of living space for a family of 4 to sprawl out and relax. The nearby market town of Bishop Auckland offers several attractions, with historic buildings and natural beauty spots to admire.
A bright and contemporary property with a huge enclosed garden for relaxing afternoons, this property is perfect for family getaways. It’s also just 1.5 miles from the National Trust’s Wallington Hall and Gardens, with its breathtaking walks and cycle trails.
One of 4 lovingly restored holiday cottages on the peaceful grounds of a historic estate near Newcastle, this beautiful property has its own private hot tub and features a shared indoor pool and spa. With Hadrian’s Wall not too far from the grounds, it’s a great base for exploring the countryside.
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.
Teddy’s self-catering cottage is a delightful domicile with 1 bedroom and which sleeps 2 people. You can also bring a pet with you. There’s a dog walking field close to this holiday cottage, 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.
This barn conversion property 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.
Immerse yourself in warm bubbles of the wood-fired tub 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.
A delightful rural getaway for a small family or couple wanting to relax. It has an open-plan living area and in the garden, there is a small patio and off-road parking for two vehicles. Newcastle, Sunderland and Durham are all easily accessible by car and great for restaurants, shops and days out.
Perfect for a family holiday, this barn conversion has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is underfloor heating in the bedrooms and a patio garden with furniture. Take a stroll to Devil’s Water with its woodland and meadows.
An idyllic seaside property with four bedrooms, three bathrooms and sea views. It has a summer house, BBQ and direct access to the sandy beach. Druridge Bay Country Park is just 7 miles or visit marina at Amble just 9.4 miles away.
Finding the Perfect Rental: Quality and Affordability
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Dog Friendly Newcastle Holiday Accommodation: Booking Guide
Newcastle is the ideal destination for a weekend away, a mini-break, or an extended holiday with your loved ones, and let’s not forget your four-legged companion. Our list of top dog friendly holidays in Newcastle has something for everyone. Whether you’re drawn to luxury barn conversions for special occasions or a hot tub retreat for some quality couple time, this dog-friendly city in Tyne and Wear has it all.
Essential Features for a Dog Friendly Cottage Break
When booking dog friendly properties, specific amenities and features can elevate your experience from good to exceptional. Keep an eye out for these inclusions below.
Private enclosed garden
A swimming pool
Private Hot Tub
Open plan living
Walking Distance to Local Pubs
When booking your Newcastle cottage break, having local pubs within walking distance is often a must for many holidaymakers.
Dog Walks and Urban Trails
All the fabulous accommodations are located near various walking routes. Don’t forget your poop scoop and poo bags to maintain the cleanliness of these public spaces.
Nearby Pet-Friendly Dining Options
No Mini-break is perfect without quality cuisine. Newcastle boasts a variety of excellent, pet-friendly restaurants that offer a superb dining experience and a welcoming water bowl for your furry companion.
Secure and Enclosed Garden Space
A non-negotiable for most when looking at dog friendly is an enclosed garden. This feature allows your dog to enjoy the outdoors without constant supervision.
Unique Settings with Scenic Views
Whether you’re booking a cottage with urban vistas or one that’s a stone’s throw from the River Tyne, a superb view can significantly enhance your stay.
Family Activities and Attractions
A simple online search will reveal many activities and attractions near your chosen property. Dogs must be kept on a lead at most public attractions in Newcastle and the broader Tyne and Wear area.
Discover Newcastle with Your Dog from Your Pet-Friendly Property
Newcastle offers lots of options when it comes to doggie pubs, cafes, and restaurants. While staying in one of these recommended cottages, you will be close to venues that warmly welcome you and your four-legged friend.
Brandling Villa: This pub stands out for its atmosphere, mainly due to its resident dogs, Frank and Bird. It’s a must-visit for any dog owner staying in Newcastle.
Ernest: Open every day from 10 am until late. This independent cafe bar is located in the Ouseburn area. Known for its honest food, drink, and artsy vibe, it’s an excellent spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Places to visit near Newcastle Upon Tyne
The city offers many dog welcoming venues and activities for those seeking to explore Newcastle with their four-legged friend. Here are the top four spots that are not only welcoming to your canine companion but also encapsulate the spirit and culture of Newcastle.
Regarded as one of Newcastle’s most beautiful public spaces, Saltwell Park offers a peaceful setting for dogs and their owners.
With well-maintained paths, a boating lake, and plenty of greenery, it’s a prime spot for a leisurely walk or even a small picnic.
Wylam Brewery presents the best of both worlds if you’re both a beer lover and a dog owner.
Located in the iconic Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park, this is a top spot to unwind after exploring, especially with your dog.
Visit Northumberland and Durham City
Both Northumberland and Durham city offer different experiences. Guests staying in cottages near Northumberland with dogs can travel up the the magnificent coastline and explore stunning rural country walks. At the same time, Durham is a pleasure for history lovers with its historic cathedral and fantastic shopping.
Take a Drive to the Scottish Borders
Around a 90-minute drive from the rentals in Newcastle, the Scottish Borders is a great day out for people with dogs. There are so many pretty market towns and charming villages to explore.