Handpicked Cottages to Rent
The best dog friendly cottages in Bridlington coastal town are made up of prime properties tailor-made for those of us who would rather not leave our pups behind.
A stylish and contemporary barn conversion situated in the natural landscape of a working farm, this beautiful property is just 1 mile away from the scenic seaside town of Hornsea. With a delightful patio area for unwinding in the evenings, this is a great spot to relax in the country.
With a spacious living area and two warm and welcoming bedrooms, this charming Bridlington cottage is perfect for small families looking to explore the Yorkshire Wolds and coastline. Enjoy wandering along the scenic countryside trails that lie all around this gorgeous property.
A characterful and cosy, grade-II listed cottage, this delightful property is just a short walk from the centre of the scenic village of Hunmansby. With space for a family of 4, this is the ideal base for exploring the beautiful beaches and nature trails of North Yorkshire.
This gorgeous stone cottage features a lovely patio area, great for relaxing in the fresh country air. With the Yorkshire coastline, and the Bempton Cliffs both just a short distance away, there’s lots to explore in the local area and many scenic beauty spots to take in.
With glorious views of the rolling Yorkshire countryside stretching far beyond the windows of this property, it’s an excellent spot for a small family and 2 dogs to relax and unwind in the country air. Enjoy trips to the Yorkshire Wolds and Heritage Coast, both just a short drive away.
Featuring a lovely spacious garden and a bright and sunny living space, this contemporary Bridlington bungalow is ideally situated for walks and day trips along the nearby Yorkshire coastline. Enjoy wandering around the local area with its idyllic lighthouse and local eateries.
With a stunning multi-level garden and far-reaching coastal views, this delightfully welcoming property is excellent for small families and up to 2 dogs to bask in the natural beauty of the North Yorkshire coast. Enjoy the fresh sea breeze as you explore the quaint local villages.
A stylish and contemporary home, with a gorgeous garden area for al fresco dining, this beautiful property is situated between Bridlington and Flamborough, so ideally located for groups of up to 6 exploring the stunning coastal walks of the North Yorkshire area.
With endless views of the rolling field of Yorkshire from the glorious garden area, this spacious cottage is ideal for larger groups of up to 6 to escape to the country and unwind. With historic manor houses and breathtaking beaches, both just a short drive away, there’s plenty to see.
Dog friendly accommodation in Bridlington fit hand in paw with activities that are geared towards all family members in this extremely scenic holiday destination with a stunning cottage, a privately owned caravan park, or one of many ground floor private properties available to you.
Beautiful sandy beaches nearby, The seaside resort of Bridlington is the jewels in the Yorkshire coastline crown and top dog friendly holidays in Bridlington are easy to find. It is one of the select few fun-filled coastal towns on the edge of the magnificent North Yorkshire moors.
Be it a quaint pebble cottage or a grand Victorian seaside villa, you and your fur babies are going to be in for a treat. Your holiday cottage could be a barnyard conversion on a working farm, a smart bungalow in a residential area or a spacious three-floor period home in the heart of Bridlington.
The Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve is a far cry from the bustling promenade; then there is the stately Georgian manor, Sewerby Hall, with its impressive gardens where dogs are more than welcome. Take the clifftop ramble to the hall from Bridlington or park up at Danes Dyke Beach close by.
Two-legged visitors to the East Riding coast are often known to do a pub crawl with their canine companions, but this time the boot is on the other paw because a three-mile beach comb to the Fraisthorpe will be rewarded with visits to two seaside eateries.
At the start of the walk, stop off at Richie’s Café on the Queen Mary promenade in Bridlington, famous for its doggie sausages. After the walk along the shoreline is The Cow Shed, with views as far as Bridlington Bay. Besides its home-cooked lunch menu, there are ice lollies for your pooch.
It’s “ahoy there” for your four-legged beach baby as you take to the seas on The Yorkshire Belle and take the hour-long Lighthouse Cruise. It sets sail from the North Pier in Bridlington’s historic harbour.
The cruise takes in the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast, where you will see two lighthouses, one old, the other more recently built. From this vantage point, looking back across Bridlington Bay, you will see the dramatic cliffs with the north Yorkshire moors stretching out behind them.
If your hound is partial to heights, take him hiking on the Bempton Cliffs, a nature reserve high above the shoreline. You will see at least half a million seabirds gathering to nest between March and October in the towering chalk cliffs of this RSPB haven.
This is where coast and country combine with seabirds such as gannets and puffins between mid-April and mid-July. In the fields behind the cliffs, you might catch sight of a barn owl and there are plenty of tree sparrows too.
Bridlington started life out as two towns, the Quay, and a mile inland, the Old Town. It is full of Edwardian and Victorian houses that make ideal holiday cottages. If you are looking for pet friendly cottages in Bridlington, there is also the option to choose a rural retreat in one of the surrounding villages.
The beauty of Bridlington is that it gives its holiday makers looking for dog welcoming accommodation in Yorkshire a wide range of choices, all never too far from its two award-winning beaches.