Handpicked Cottages to Rent
Here is a selection of the best dog friendly cottages in Cark in Cartmel for a Lake District mini-break or holiday. This is a location that has the best of both worlds; Lake District countryside or the coast.
Situated in the centre of Cartmel, with a gorgeous view of the historic village church, this homely property is the perfect couples retreat, with a quaint patio and covered summerhouse. Just a short drive away is the Lake District National Park and the scenic Lake Windermere.
A stylish and contemporary home in the beautiful village of Cartmel, this welcoming property features a tranquil patio area and fantastic views of the peaceful countryside. Enjoy scenic walks along cobbled streets, or venture further afield to take in the beauty of the Lake District.
A spacious and welcoming property, with room to sleep 6, enjoy a morning coffee on the delightful patio before venturing out to explore the historic village of Cartmel. With the scenic coastline of Morecambe Bay just a short drive away, there’s lots to enjoy in the local area.
This bright and charming cottage retains much of its traditional features, with gorgeous exposed timber and stonework decorating the cosy living areas. Ideally located for trips to the breathtaking Lake Windermere, this is a lovely spot to escape into the Cumbrian countryside.
With a spellbinding garden full of beautiful trees and flowers, this picturesque cottage is a tranquil oasis set deep in the landscape of the Lake District. There’s enough space for a family of 4, and 2 dogs to explore the plentiful beauty spots of the Cumbrian countryside.
Whether it is Lake Windermere, a picturesque lake district village, delightful stream sidewalks, or interesting events, our pick of dog friendly accommodation in Cark in Cartmel can offer you it all!
Cark in Cartmel is a popular destination and has mostly canine friendly properties because the owners appreciate that the location is perfect for four-paw exploring. The Lake District is virtually on the doorstep and Grange Over Sands and Morecambe Bay coastline plays host to a fine stretch of coastline just a short walk away.
If you need to get away from it all without being too remote, then this is the village for you and your canine companions. Cark in Cartmel dog friendly cottages are not in short supply. On the southern tip of the Lake District National Park and just a few miles from the coast. It is an option-packed location with so much to see and do to give you a full diary during your stay should you choose.
Grange Over Sands will provide all the sun, sea and sand you need and it is only a nine-minute train ride and you will be pleased to know that your pup is permitted to enjoy the train ride with you.
You can visit the Victorian seaside town’s ornamental gardens, walk along the historic promenade and have a game of fetch with Fido on the beach. The village is only two miles from the village of Cartmel itself, a village on the southernmost tip of the Lake District. The shores of the Lake District’s Windermere are a mere 15-minute drive and to travel to the bustling town of Bowness on Windermere should take you about half an hour.
Before you venture into the Lake District proper, you will likely spend a good portion of your time in picture-perfect Cartmel, a chic destination characterised by a dizzying maze of lanes and bridges crossing the river. Here you can head for a dog friendly pub such as The Pig and Whistle.
Most Cartmel pubs are partial to pooches of any size and have riverside beer gardens. The architecture of this charming village is enhanced with traditional Lake District stone and lime-washed buildings with the priory rising above them.
Rex will be made to feel like royalty in one of England’s most impressive stately home gardens. A brisk five-minute walk from Cark in Cartmel, it is the jewel in the southern tip of the Lake District National Park’s crown.
It has 25 acres of formal gardens alone and a further 198 acres of parkland that will give you and your pooches an energetic day out. In summer there are open-air theatre productions too.
Most of our four-legged friends can’t resist a good scamper on the beach. The Lake District is not known for its beaches, but take the train to Grange and let your little beastie blow out the cobwebs on the shoreline.
After a walk along the Victorian promenade, start your trek back to base. From Grange, walk up to the Fell, then down to Carmel, which is just under three miles. Return to Cark through the Cartmel Racecourse to clock up an extra two paw miles.
It is only a two-mile walk into the pretty village of Cartmel, with its quaint streets lined with independent shops. You and your pooch will be more than welcome into Cartmel Priory, one of the few churches that remain intact after the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 1500s.
Walk through Cromwell’s Door, still marked with bullet holes fired by villages when the Roundhead troops attempted to stable their horses in the knave. Take a selfie against the original stained glass medieval window.
Most pet friendly cottages in Cark in Cartmel have secure gardens or patios where you can let Lassie and Laddie off the lead without worrying that they will do a runner. Some of these dog friendly pads retain original features such as stone fireplaces, windows with love seats, and exposed beams.
Of course, you are likely to take a trip into the Lake District because Windermere is so close you can almost smell it, but there is a lot of exploring to do closer to Cark in Cartmel dog friendly accommodation.
Whatever you are looking for in your cottage, whether it be an open plan living room, an electric oven, a smart TV, gas central heating, clean bed linen, a hot tub, electric fire, off-road parking, a peaceful location in a quiet village or a semi-detached cottage in the heart of it all, these properties in Cark in Cartmel have it all. So, for a Lake District and seaside experience in a beautiful village close to both lake and coast, you can be sure that you and your dog won’t be disappointed.
If you need help picking somewhere to stay, our main page covers more dog friendly Lake District stays which you may find useful.