Dog Friendly Cottages in Broughton in Furness: 15 Holidays

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If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing holiday with unspoilt scenery, great dog walks, and a warm cosy feel, then look no further than booking from our list of the best dog friendly cottages in Broughton in Furness. 


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A beautifully furnished and charming cottage with a quirky attic games room for the kids, this characterful property is a fantastic base for exploring Cumbria. Follow the many walking routes through the nearby Duddon Valley and visit the independent shops of the local village.


A stylish contemporary home with a warming fire and sprawling garden, this spacious home can accommodate 5, with enough space for 2 furry friends. Enjoy the tranquil riverside walks of Seathwaite, and pay a visit to the picturesque village of Broughton-in-Furness.


This delightfully renovated 17th-century cottage lies just half a mile from the River Duddon, in a peaceful slice of the Cumbrian countryside. The property is spacious enough to sleep 6, and 2 dogs and is just a short walk from the charming market town of Broughton-in-Furness.


This is an 18th-century farmhouse located at the gateway to the Duddon Valley. It boasts the original cottage oak beams, a lovely cottage with wonderfully comfortable beds. On the ground floor is a cosy sitting room with a wood-burning stove. Just six miles from Coniston Water in the south west lake district, this cottage takes advantage of a nearby village cobbled square with a few pubs and shops being right on your doorstep.  

Seathwaite, Near Broughton-in-Furness

This holiday cottage is situated at the head of the Duddon Valley, with Furness located seven miles away. It is a quiet but scenic location and has many original features. This amazing cottage dates back to 1714. The cottage has a lovely open fire in the sitting room on the ground floor and features oak beams. The outdoor garden is ideal for a barbecue and for up to 2 dogs to play in.  


A stunning townhouse located on the cobbled square in Broughton in the stunning Lakes within the beautiful scenery of the Duddon Valley. This house has 3 bedrooms and can house 7 people and two well-behaved dogs. It has a traditional open fire and leather sofas in the ground floor sitting room, a fully equipped kitchen, and a nice secure garden for your pooches to run around in.  

Seathwaite, Near Broughton-in-Furness

A brilliant 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage with a private gate and entrance leading up to the property. Facilities include an open fire, off-road parking for two cars, a small patio area with furniture that overlooks the countryside and bike storage. The small village of Seathwaite is just a couple of miles and well worth visiting with your pets.

Duddon Valley, Near Broughton-in-Furness

This Broughton-in-Furness dog friendly accommodation is situated in the south Lake District on a working farm in the Duddon Valley with Furness situated just 4 miles away. It has a convenient bedroom located on the ground floor and two further bedrooms on the first floor and can sleep up to 6 people and two well-behaved dogs. This is one of our favourite properties as it also has a wood-burning stove and a conservatory with amazing scenery.  

Duddon Valley, Near Broughton-in-Furness

Another of our favourite properties, this lovely detached house sits on a working farm in the Duddon Valley situated in the south western corner of the lovely Lake District. Furness is situated a short 4 miles away with its pretty cobbled square complete with quaint shops, pubs, and restaurants. The ground floor sitting room has stunning views over the Lake District south western corner and there is also a pool table.  


You won’t ever have to start a new search for Broughton-in-Furness dog friendly cottages once you have seen this beauty in the southern Lakeland. This modern and comfortable accommodation combined with traditional features is situated on a working farm and has a jacuzzi bath in the ground floor bathroom and a private hot tub in the enclosed garden. Enjoy this private luxury whilst overlooking the corner of the Lake District and beyond.  

Cockley Beck near Broughton-in-Furness

This is a ground floor, romantic getaway overlooking the Lake District national park and Duddon Valley river. This southwest Lakes location is a rural retreat. ‘Furness’ is situated 12 miles away, so this is more of a rural location than some previously viewed properties. Sign up for the relaxed, cosy interior with up to two dogs for a really lovely week of relaxation. Snuggle together in front of the satellite smart TV or enjoy the Orchard garden and patio area outside.  


This town centre cottage is located in the heart of Broughton in Furness, walking distance from the pub and only 6 miles from Coniston Water. The cobbled square with pubs and shops will keep you and one well behaved dog occupied. It’s super cosy with gas central heating, underfloor heating, and a wood burner for snuggling after partaking in some Broughton in Furness walking and climbing. With 3 TVs, one of which is a satellite smart TV, holiday cottages in Broughton in Furness don’t come better than this!  


Just 6 miles from Coniston Water as far as holiday cottages in Broughton-in-Furness for dogs go, this one ticks many boxes. Just a mile outside of the village centre with its pretty cobbled square complete with local amenities, this turn of the century Broughton In Furness cottage offers a cosy sitting room with a wood burner, a well-equipped kitchen, and an enclosed garden ideal for barbeques. You can also bring one well behaved dog with you.  

Seathwaite, Near Broughton-in-Furness

A delightful 3 bedroom cottage set in the village of Seathwaite with plenty of walking routes and cycling trails on your doorstep. It’s an ideal destination for a rural escape with your pets. The cottage itself boasts overhead ceiling beams, leather seating and a woodburning stove for you to enjoy after a busy day exploring the abundance of wildlife. It’s a popular option and is considered one of the top dog friendly holidays in Broughton-in-Furness.

Foxfield, Near Broughton-in-Furness

Set over 3 floors and just six miles from Coniston Water, this fabulous, stylish barn-like cottage offers a great family location in the south western corner of the Lakes. The cottage has two double bedrooms with an en-suite and a further bathroom to service the remaining family bedroom with 4 single beds. The cottage is a cosy bolthole with a wood burner in the sitting room and a great place to enjoy the summer sun with its stunning enclosed garden with a  feature pond and summerhouse. 

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The Best Pet Friendly Holiday Cottages in Broughton in Furness

The Lake District National Park offers spectacular scenery with the option of Furness walking and climbing or just some nice relaxing, pleasant walks before you head back to your dog friendly accommodation in Broughton-in-Furness in the heart of the Lakes.

This is an area in the southwestern corner of the Lake District that has inspired some of the UK’s most famous poets, so it is not difficult to see why it is known as Wordsworth Country. Broughton in Furness is situated in just the right spot to give you and your four-legged family members a holiday to remember and with so many dog friendly places to stay in Broughton-in-Furness, your never short of choices.

About Holidays In Broughton in Furness With Dogs

There’s no shortage of things to do in this southwestern corner of the Lakes. Situated in the south, just six miles from Coniston Water, the village of Broughton-in-Furness is the ideal base for exploring the fells, valleys, and even beaches in the area. An added bonus is that your four-legged friend can enjoy this idyllic location at your side and most of the pubs you find along the way are dog friendly.

There are the little-known Dunnerdale Fells right on your doorstep and it’s only six miles from Coniston Water, the fifth largest of the lakes. Coniston Water is five miles long, giving you plenty of opportunities to explore via boat, do some fishing for perch, pike, and trout, and get in some lakeside walking.

The village received its town charter from Queen Elizabeth I in the late 1500s. It has its own unique character with a cobbled marketplace under an ancient horse chestnut tree. Most shops, pubs, and houses are Georgian and overlook the square, which still has its stone slabs where fresh and seawater fish were sold on market days.

Walk or drive the seven miles to Haverigg, an ancient fishing village at the mouth of the Duddon Estuary that is teeming with wildlife. With views over the Lake District fells, a blue flag shingle beach gives way to an expanse of sand. When the tide is out, you can walk along the shoreline to Silecroft.

Situated in the south is Keswick and Kendall, famous for its mint cake, is to the east, both about 30 miles away. Take time during your holiday to visit these historic Lakes’ towns where there is a good selection of dog friendly pubs serving local ale. Going straight to the source would be a tour of Hawkshead Brewery; it is about a 40-minute drive to Staveley.  

Brockhole on Windermere Visitor's Centre

Broughton in Furness is situated in the south, just 18 miles from the Brockhole on Windermere Visitor’s Centre on the corner of the Lake.

It is worth the half-hour drive for a fun-filled day with amazing scenery for the whole family, Fido included. While the younger ones do the Brave the Cave experience or try their hand at laser clay pigeon shooting, take a walk in the dog friendly terraced gardens.

You can hire either a rowboat or motorboat and load everyone up, including the pooch and discover the lake at your leisure.

All Things Beatrix Potter

Also within reach of Coniston Water, the village of Hawkshead has to be on your itinerary. Exploring nearby Hawkshead is essential for Beatrix Potter fans.

Just two miles from Hawkshead, this National Trust farmhouse is where Peter the Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-Duck were created. Broughton in Furness is situated only 13 miles from here.

Hawkshead village stays true to its Lakes location with its lime-washed half-timber Tudor buildings. It’s a trip back in time where you can walk in the footsteps of the children’s author along Hawkshead’s cobbled streets, visiting quaint shops that sell local produce from chocolate to cheese.

Hiking to New Heights

This southwest Lake District location is ideal for cross country challenges with your canine companion. Broughton in Furness is six miles from Coniston Water by road, but this hiking route is 11-miles point-to-point.

You will ascend to at least 2,300ft above Coniston Water via Giant’s Grave to the fell with hard to beat views. If you are not in a rush, set aside six hours for this trail, which has been rated moderate and doable for daring dogs despite its distance and dizzying ascent.

Last Word

With Lake Windermere situated in the south, the town is just six miles from Coniston Water and seven miles to the coast. There are lakes and fells, valleys and forests, beaches, and an estuary to provide you and your pooch with a holiday in nature that is as varied as it gets. Broughton in Furness has managed to escape the trappings of tourism, too, allowing you to experience a staycation that comes without the hustle and bustle.

For walkers, the trails are endless, mostly dog friendly, and lakeside rambles are ideal for water-crazy labs and spaniels. Even the boats for hire welcome hounds abroad, as do the steamboat lake cruises where canines can travel free of charge. What more could you want from pet friendly cottages in Broughton-in-Furness? To all the dog friendly getaways in the Lakes here.

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