holiday? Maybe not! That’s why we’ve gone to the effort of hunting down the very best in dog friendly cottages in Somerset, offering you the chance to get away to somewhere fresh and exciting with your four legged friend.
Boasting panoramic views from every angle, this superb barn conversion is ideal for couples with a dog wanting to escape city-living. Don’t worry if it gets chilly the log burner and underfloor heating will keep you cosy and the large garden with hot tub is the perfect place to spend quality time together.
Situated in 9 acres of private land, this cosy property is perfect for a couple wanting a relaxing retreat. Facilities include a tennis court and hot tub, whilst there’s a wood burner in the lounge where you can warm up on those cold winter evenings.
Situated in the rolling fields of Somerset, this gorgeous barn conversion is just a mile away from the beautiful beaches of Kilve. There’s also the stunning Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park nearby, with plenty of natural beauty spots to meander through during your stay.
A peaceful private cottage with an idyllic garden and bubbling stream, this welcoming property is an excellent retreat for couples looking to escape the city. There are plenty of calming walks to be enjoyed, through pastures and fields, and a private patio to enjoy the country air.
This stylish detached barn conversion has a living space with sweeping glass doors bringing the Suffolk countryside in. The outdoor space has room for alfresco meals and comes with a private hot tub. It has two elegantly furnished king-size bedrooms that sleep four, each with its own bathroom.
This cottage retreat with its contemporary design has a futuristic feel yet blends perfectly with its lakeside surroundings. There are two bathrooms serving the two double bedrooms that sleep four. The thoroughly modern kitchen is integrated into the dining and comfy living area which is double aspect and has doors leading to the patio with BBQ and hot tub.
This lazy-day luxury lodge dates back has all the trappings of a perfect retreat with lakefront decking that includes a hot tub and place for alfresco meals. The interior has been tastefully decorated throughout with the contemporary furnishing and fittings complimenting its original features. The two spacious bedrooms with a bathroom each sleep four.
Knapp Lane Barn is one of our favourite dog friendly holiday cottages in the region mainly for its cosy space. Great for romantic breaks, this location sleeps 2 people. It’s really dog friendly, too, as it has space for four dogs! Take 1 dog or 4, you will be sure to enjoy the kingsize bedroom, modern appliances, Sky TV and complete kitchen suite. It’s a home away from home that even has a Google Home Hub and a coffee machine!
Bowden Farm is a popular holiday cottage in Somerset offering space for 2 guests and 1 dog, with an amazing enclosed garden that pets will love to dash about in. There’s a kingsize bedroom, TV and DVD player, a kitchen with all mod cons, and baby furniture available to hire. There’s also a night storage heating unit to help you warm up, too.
Crooks is one of our favourite holiday cottages. It sleeps 2 and has a double bedroom, and you can bring 2 pets with you too. There is a gravelled BBQ zone to the front of the cottage, and you’ll also benefit from a fantastic open plan living area. This dog friendly domicile also offers en suite facilities and a full kitchen.
This Grade II listed farmhouse has it all with oodles of space that sleeps nine in five bedrooms and comes with its own games room and hot tub. It still retains much of its original features with half-timbered walls, exposed beams, rough-hewn posts and stone flooring. Outside there’s an alfresco dining area and an open-air hot tub.
This quaint dog friendly holiday cottage sleeps 2 people with a sizeable bedroom, and you can also bring a dog with you. This authentic Somerset breakaway offers a kitchen and diner space, benches to the front of the property, and has all your power and bed linen – towels, too – included in the price you pay. The kitchen is stocked with mod cons.
This light and airy cottage has recently undergone a renovation and now sleeps six in a king size en suite, a double and a twin. The living area leads outdoors to a space with a private hot tub with breathtaking views towards Glastonbury Tor.
The rural and peaceful Yeoman Cottage sleeps 2 guests, and has the space to allow for 1 pet. You’ll have access to a lovely double bedroom, as well as your own patio and furniture to sit out on. The kitchen is stocked with all mod cons, and with a comfy sitting room and living space, you can expect exceptional comfort.
This lodge not only sleeps six humans it welcomes dogs, as well as providing stabling and a paddock for your horses. The accommodation comprises an elegant dining room and sitting room with panoramic views of the hills beyond and there are four bathrooms, two en suite, one family and one downstairs.
Sweet Briar Cottage has space for 2 dogs as well as 2 guests! A great romantic breakaway spot in West Somerset, this secluded cottage offers an enclosed garden space, a living room on the ground floor with a wood burner, and your own double bedroom on the first floor. There is a kitchen area and shower room provided, too.
Jasmine Cottage is a stone built cottage bolthole with a space that sleeps 2 people, and with room for 2 dogs. This lovely farm location offers all mod cons, including a super kingsize bed, a 32″ TV, and all you’ll need from a self catering kitchen space. Wi-Fi, bed linen and electricity are all included in the price you pay.
Little Dixie is a modern holiday nook that sleeps 4 people and has room for 2 dogs. Ideal for families, this secluded hideaway has its own enclosed garden space, open plan living, and a twin bedroom. There is also a double bed in the main living space, with a kitchen / dining room combi. Modern entertainment and access to Wi-Fi is provided, too. You’ll also have access to gardens at the front and back.
Somerset coastal cottages are popular because of the majestic coastline that sits on the doorstep of many of the properties. Choosing a cottage by the sea means you can be paddling in the waves within minutes. Take your dog too, it’s one of the most welcoming areas of coast in the country. As well as being close to Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, we’ve found great pet friendly properties within reach of dog friendly beaches and walks.
There’s nothing like a cheap weekend away to see you through the winter months. Out of season, many of the holiday homes and cottages in Somerset can be booked for less than you think. Pet friendly accommodation shouldn’t have to cost you the earth – even if you’re looking for cottages with hot tub and facilities to suit your four legged friend!
When you want to visit friends or attend a wedding, you need 1 or 2 nights away in self-catering accommodation. You can find exactly what you need in Somerset cottages – short breaks away are on offer in most areas.
Pet friendly cottages are popping up more and more in the region, meaning we have gone on a bit of a mission to hunt down Somerset’s perfect canine breakaways. Keep reading for the full lowdown!
Somerset is home to some truly wonderful sights, vistas and walks, meaning it would be a real shame if you chose to leave your four-legged friend at home. There are tons of great pet friendly walks, from the Exmoor National Park and Dartmoor National Parkland close by, to quaint village scenes and pathways.
The fact is, you’ve never really explored Somerset and the West Country unless you’ve holidayed with pets. Come and take a look at our top picks for the best pet friendly breaks in the region, and you might just come across a few favourites of your own in the meantime! Dog friendly holidays here are becoming more and more popular.
Somerset is an ancient county and home to many iconic sites such as Glastonbury Tor, Dunster Castle and the Mendip Hills. History lovers will find plenty to enthral them with The Bishops Palace, Montacute House, Fleet Air Arm Museum and Wells Cathedral.
Walkers can have their pick of trails across Exmoor and the Somerset Levels. Families have lots to enjoy with seaside resorts, Noah’s Ark Zoo, Brean waterpark and caves at Wookey Hole.
Keen shoppers will have their fill in Yeovil and Bath (click here) . Somerset is a great place to take the dog on holiday with welcoming beaches and a range of attractions where pooches are permitted.
But if your ideal break away is to simply relax and let the world go by, then you can have that in this county too.
There are no two dog friendly cottage locations that are ever quite the same here, which is why we have made the point of lining up lots of varied picks and choices. Want to take a close look at the landscape close by that offers dog friendly beaches? What about a barn conversion ideal for couples and dogs that’s less than 5 miles from sea views, or the famous Quantock Hills?
We really can’t blame you – the cottage providers we have lined up for you in this list offer cosy getaways that work out wonderfully come rain, shine, summer or winter. Take your pick!
Choose your ideal holiday cottage in Somerset. Visit Glastonbury – this is a place like no other – full of spiritualism, vegetarian eateries and there’s an abbey to see as well. The fact is, all of the best family friendly and dog friendly cottages in the region will put you closer to heritage and history as well as countryside and green walks. There really is an awful lot to see in Somerset, even if you’re just holidaying here for the fresh air or to try the famous local produce.
But if you like to shop, head to Bath where every kind of retail outlet can be found, along with some of the finest tea shops and coffee joints. Somerset is full of brilliant shopping experiences, and as a brilliant ‘staycation’ holiday destination, it makes sense to hunt down a friendly cottage within walking distance of rolling hills, shopping precincts, local history and more.
Explore the Mendips, spend time in Glastonbury or paddle in the sea at the beach, you can do all these things and more in this beautiful corner of England. A dog friendly holiday is just waiting for you to take advantage of. Whether you choose to break away from Somerset to explore Lyme Regis, Burnham on Sea and more is entirely up to you!
Take your dog along with you too as the choice in dog friendly cottages in Somerset with hot tubs is wide ranging. Find yourself a friendly cottage with an enclosed garden, a ground floor open plan living area – or all three! Whether you are looking for a cottage space that sleeps 2 or sleeps 6, there are tons of choices here. Maybe you’re keen to try holidaying in a Grade II listed building!
There’s nothing better than everyone enjoying some time away together, four-legged friends included. We hope you’ve found our guide to the best pet friendly holiday cottage picks in Somerset interesting – there’s lots out there for you to see and experience, and do keep in mind that our cottage choices here are just the beginning.
Look for holiday accommodation that you and your pets will remember for the best reasons for years to come. Go semi detached, find a dining room with wood burner, somewhere close to an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – from the Quantock Hills and Mendip Hills down to Cheddar Gorge, Somerset and the wider region is full of brilliant destinations waiting for you to cover and explore.
If Somerset wasn’t for you, don’t worry, we have more South West cottage holidays for you to pick from.