Just outside of the North York Moors and the heart of the North Yorkshire coast, Robin Hood’s Bay proves to be a lovely yet dramatic North Sea escape. It is a wonderfully quaint fishing village with links to Whitby, and dogs are welcome cross-region. Take a look at our list of the best dog friendly cottages in Robin Hood’s Bay below.
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This stunning 17th century property is ideal for a romantic escape. It has one double bedroom and one shower room. There’s an open fire in the lounge, as well as two TVs throughout the property. Head to the popular seaside town of Whitby, which is six miles or further south to Scarborough, which is 17 miles.
This terrific coastal bolt hole is a warm and cosy escape with one bedroom and one bathroom. Wifi is included throughout the property and there’s a living flame coal effect gas fire, as well as a selection of books and DVDs to enjoy. The Cleveland Way and Fylingdales are both under two and a half miles and are great for walking routes.
This brilliant sandstone cottage has two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a traditional wood burner in the lounge, and outdoor seating area in the garden and the property is decorated at Christmas. Explore the idyllic coastline or head into Whitby for the Captain Cook Memorial Museum.
This stunning stone built holiday cottage has three bedrooms and one bathroom and an open plan kitchen. There is a garden with a patio area and furniture whilst the beach is less than 0.2 miles away, head to Falling Foss waterfall.
This charming stone cottage is perfect for a family with two bedrooms and one bathroom. There is a welcome pack on arrival and facilities include a washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer and a wood burner. There is a shared garden with table and chairs and the local shop pub and beach are less than 400 meters away.
This stunning grade two listed fisherman’s cottage is full of charm and character. It has two single bedrooms and a double as well as one bathroom. In the lounge, there is an open fire whilst to the front, there’s a bench that overlooks the garden area with a barbecue shared with neighbours. Head to the National Trust Visitor Center on the Quayside.
This beautifully renovated cottage has an open plan lounge with two bedrooms and a twin, as well as two bathrooms. There’s a woodburner where logs are provided and a selection of books, DVDs, and board games to keep everyone entertained. Walk along the narrow cobbled streets and explore some of the most picturesque villages on the coastline.
This terrific property has three bedrooms and one bathroom with a wood burner in the lounge, and there’s also a stairgate available for small children. Outside there’s an enclosed patio with table and chairs and parking for one vehicle at the nearby car park. Go fossil hunting or enjoy a long stroll along the beaches from this traditional property.
This brilliantly converted schoolhouse is ideal for a group wanting to escape to the countryside and coast has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a smart TV in the lounge. Outside, there’s a small courtyard with bike storage and seating. Head down into the old fishing village and explore a range of activities.
A stunning terrace cottage dating back to the 17th century with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. If you have small children, there’s a cot and highchair available and request whilst there’s a rear patio with seating for four and a barbecue. Enjoy Robin Hood’s Bay Museum, which shows or explore the cobble streets with cafes, pubs and shops.
This charming seaside property has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a live-in flame fire, LCD tv, and the stairs are steep in this property. Outside there is a seating area, whilst the pub and shop are less than half a mile. Explore the glorious Yorkshire coast with a variety of water sports activities.
An attractive terrace house with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an open-plan diner. Wifi is available throughout the property, and there’s also a stairgate, cot and highchair available if you have young children. Head to the seaside for brilliant attractions, including a water park and a sea life centre at Scarborough.
The Best Pet Friendly Holiday Cottages in Robin Hoods Bay
This location is an absolutely delightful dog holiday getaway, with an attractive cottage scene close to village pubs and coastal walks alike. What’s also fantastic about booking pet friendly cottages in Robin Hood’s Bay is the fact you’re only short walks and drives from some of the best-loved seaside scenes in the whole of the county.
About Holidays In Robin Hoods Bay With Dogs
There are many delightful holiday cottages in Robin Hood’s Bay for dogs, as well as those which dip into the lovely heritage beyond. The Bay itself is a small yet well-loved coastal resort that brings you right up to the breezy coastline whilst sitting close to links heading into Whitby, Scarborough and Filey. As a fishing village, you are sure to find it a break away from normality for a little while. Many people look for dog friendly accommodation in Robin Hood’s Bay while visiting nearby tourist spots.
Dog lovers absolutely adore this corner of North Yorkshire. It’s absolutely brimming with things you and your pets can see and do for fun, and even if you just stick to the beaches, rock pools and clifftop views, you’re still sure to have a wonderful time away. There are lots of opportunities out here to just walk for miles on end. It is a charming, former smuggling gateway that’s a lovely bolt hole to come back to if you want to explore the busier seafront escapes elsewhere.
It is well-known for its dog pubs as well as its ease of access to the North York Moors. You’ll also find that there are plenty of options for a cosy cottage or two- whether that’s a charming terrace property resting in the heart of the village, or a rustic former schoolhouse up near the coast.
The Bay is a fossil country, as explored above, meaning if you keep a close eye on the sands, you might just take away a piece of history or two with you. Of course, there are lots of chances for you to learn more about the local heritage thanks to museums and preserved buildings in the village and town beyond!
Go Fossil Hunting
Robin Hood’s Bay – and Whitby, North Yorkshire and beyond – provide for some amazing historic adventures. Beyond the bustling town and rolling countryside scenes are thousands of years of history buried in the sand. Why not head to a sandy beach or two to see what you can find?
From the beautiful sandy beaches, you could then take your dog to the Yorkshire Coast Dinosaur and Fossil Museum – to learn more about what else is lurking in the North Yorkshire sands.
Visit The Bay Hotel
After spending hours fossil hunting and hiking along the cliffs at Robin Hood’s Bay, it’s definitely best to take a rest, and for that, you have a selection of dog friendly pubs, including The Bay Hotel – with views across the Bay itself.
You can sit in or outside with your dog, and your four-legged friend will likely make some of their own friends there, too. The Bay Hotel is a very dog friendly pub that serves excellent ale and grub.
Explore Rugged North Yorkshire (and The North York Moors)
You really can’t go home before exploring the best of dramatic North Yorkshire with your dogs. That includes taking a closer look at the rolling plains of the North York Moors, and taking a trip along the 8-mile coastal trails stretching to Whitby, North Yorkshire.
You can enjoy beautiful, sandy beaches, breezy country strolls and rustic, cobbled streets. There are plenty of other local beaches in Whitby, North Yorkshire and beyond – be sure to take it all in on foot.
The Bay makes for a brilliant family bolt hole as well as for couples and solo travellers. Best of all, its variety of pubs and taverns are very welcoming to four legged patrons – you really can take your pick.
Whether you are looking for a lower ground floor property or something bigger with an enclosed garden, we think Robin Hood’s Bay dog friendly cottages have plenty to surprise you with. It’s a gentle, peaceful holiday spot that’s also well enough linked to bigger adventures when you’re ready to take them on. If you didn’t find any dog friendly places to stay in Robin Hood’s Bay that suit you, find more Yorkshire properties on our other page.