Countless beaches to dig and play on, bustling harbour towns to explore nearby, the stunning countryside to discover and many dog friendly pubs. What more could you ask for from dog friendly holiday homes in Seahouses, Northumberland?
1 Weatherly Street
A warm and welcoming, detached cottage, just a short walk from the picturesque harbourside, this is a great base to explore the Northumberland coast. With a games room in the garage and enough space for 2 dogs, this cottage is perfect for small families looking to unwind.
Right beside the beautiful coastal path linking Seahouses and Beadnell, this spacious cottage features a warming fire and spiral staircase that’s full of traditional charm. Just a short walk from the scenic village of Seahouses, there are plenty of shops and eateries to explore.
1 Coquet Lodge
This picturesque converted granary has been lovingly modernised whilst retaining its original character through beautiful exposed timber beams and welcoming open fire. With space for 3 dogs and lots of country walks to explore, this is a great spot for animal lovers and walkers.
Duck Down Cottage
A delightful cottage with a large garden and patio area, this welcoming property is perfectly situated for visits to the local beach and golf course. Just a short walk from the coastal village of Embleton, there are many cosy pubs and restaurants to sample during your stay.
Herrings Master Cottage
This period cottage has bags of traditional charm, with contemporary comforts to provide a lovely living space for up to 6 guests. A short walk from the village of Seahouses, with its harbour and beaches, you can also grab a ferry to the nearby Farne Islands for a day trip.
This spacious refurbished cottage features a large and inviting living space with a roaring fire to warm up around after long walks along the local beaches and nature trails. The village of Seahouses is just a short walk away, packed with independent shops and eateries to explore.
When venturing out of your self-catering accommodation there are an abundance of things to do and plenty of sights to see. From fantastic walking routes to a variety of local attractions. Many, like Bamburgh Castle welcome dogs, but not all so be sure to check. Find a selection below and click the link for a full guide.
The Farne Islands is home to lots of different species of wildlife and booking one of seahouses pet friendly properties gives you the opportunity to take a boat trip where you and your dog can see the huge colony of grey seals who give birth each year.
Nestled in the Northumberland coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Dunstanburgh Castle is well worth a visit. Like many castles here your dog is allowed in the grounds, so no need to leave them back at the property
The Northumberland Coast is a beautiful 40-mile stretch of land and water from Berwick-Upon-Tweed to the River Coquet. Discover majestic castles, take a day trip to Lindasfarne, or head inland to Kielder forest park to enjoy a plethora of activities
Northumberland Coast Path
The Northumberland Coast Path is a brilliant way to enjoy the thrill and beauty of this coastline. You can’t stay in lodges or holiday cottages in the villages here without taking your dog on a walk on this beautiful coastal trail
The ancient and mysterious Holy Island, otherwise known as Lindasfarne, lies off Northumbria’s coast. There’s lots to do in the area but this is one of the places we highly recommend you visit
Northumberland National Park
Northumberland National Park is a haven for nature lovers. Youe dog will love exploring the sights and smells of places like Breamish Valley and Sycamore Gap one of the most photographed spots in the UK
The golden sand beaches of Beadnell Bay are the perfect spot for an afternoon picnic or family day out. There is a lovely coastal walking trail for those staying in properties in Seahouses, this 3 mile trek is the perfect way to spend quality time with your pooch.
Bamburgh Castle, the ancient capital of Northumbria for centuries is dog friendly as are many of the pubs in the town perfect for guests staying at holiday properties nearby
The Hadrian’s Wall that stretches 73 miles from coast to coast. No holiday to Northumbria would be complete without some walks on the Hadrian’s Wall National Trail where you can immerse yourself in history
Northumberland’s market towns are full of life and color, with delicious produce for your every need. From Seahouses to Hexham and Haltwhistle they are all bursting with character
Birds of Prey Centre
The Birds of Prey Centre is found in Leaplish Waterside Park’s picturesque surroundings, near Kielder Water. Obviously your four legged friend is not allowed inside but there is an area where you can leave them tethered.
The Alnwick Garden
The Alnwick Garden is a stunning award-winning visitor attraction. With its lovely green spaces, labyrinth of bamboo and poison garden, it’s a fascinating day out and one of the places not to be missed
Alnwick Castle is the iconic location of many Harry Potter inspired events. It’s one of the largest inhabited castles in the UK and with lots of events and festivals throughout the year it’s a fantatsic day out.
Dog friendly holiday cottages in the North of England are hard to beat and the wonderful fishing village of Seahouses in this quiet spot has some of the best self catering accommodation.
Seahouses is a centuries-old fishing village in the far north of England. What was once just an ordinary place to live, work and play has now become most people’s favourite destination for relaxation with its stunning coastal scenery as well as fisherman history
Seahouses village is a convenient location to visit places like Beadnell, Northumberland National Park and Hadrian’s wall and is extremely canine-friendly, with most pubs, restaurants and cafes happy to extend a warm welcome your four legged friends, which is great to know when you return after a days adventure and boy can you have lots of adventures in Northumberland!
So whether you are staying at a spacious house or cosy retreat for two, Seahouses has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday and is an ideal base to discover the local area and hidden gems of the North East
Dog friendly cottages in Seahouses are an ideal base to spend a long weekend or holiday with your family and your waggy tails; there is so much to do and see, we guarantee one trip won’t be enough.
Didn’t find suitable rentals in Seahouses? For more accommodation choices in this region, view Northumberland cottages near the beach that are dog friendly.