9 Dog Friendly Cottages in the Peak District with Hot Tubs to Rent
Last Updated: September, 2023
If you are searching for the very best dog friendly cottages in the Peak District with hot tubs, you’re in the right spot! Many of the luxury properties available to rent are located throughout the National Park.
We know combining pets and hot tubs can be difficult, a lot of cottage owners want to keep their property luxurious and are concerned by dog hair and the smell, so it can be difficult to find something to accommodate everyone.
9 Dog Friendly Hot Tub Breaks in the Peak District
Luckily for you, our team of researchers scour various cottage providers and find luxury dog friendly properties in the Peak District with hot tubs meaning no one is left behind when you book through us.
As you can tell were dog mad, our passion lets us delve into thousands of properties every year and pet friendly hot tub properties in the Peak District are always a firm favourite amongst our pet owners.
These holidays have everything from cycling trails and walking routes that allow you to stop off in one of the many market towns and quaint villages for a bite to eat and drink.
Find below all the brilliant self catering cottages that we have handpicked.
A fantastic cottage option in this part of the world! It’s a delightful countryside escape enjoying two bedrooms, a double and a twin, and a shower room. Inside the holiday home, there’s a utility room, tumble dryer, washing machine and woodburner.
Outside there’s a simmering hot tub, barbecue, and the owner offers an alpaca walk nearby. There’s a range of activities to try nearby, including Alton Towers with the kids or visit Matlock Bath or Ashbourne.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £784 – £1,621
This is a stunning detached property includes outstanding natural beauty. Perfect for families it has three bedrooms and three family bathrooms, as well as a travel cot if you have young children. Inside the property, there is a smart TV in the lounge and two wood burners whilst outside there’s an enclosed lawn garden with furniture and a hot tub and off-road parking for four vehicles.
The local restaurant and pub are no more than two miles away or you can visit the historic town of Buxton nearby.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £784 – £1,621
Based on 26 acres of private farmland, it is perfect for a romantic retreat. It has one double bedroom, an en suite shower room, and a woodfired hot tub outside, there’s also parking for two cars and wifi runs throughout the house.
It’s close to a range of trails and routes for walkers and cyclists, and you’re right next to Peak Wildlife Park, which is great for those who love animals as there are Wallabies, penguins, and Lemurs.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £582 – £1061
Perfect for a large family, this home is close to Crich Tramway Village and has five bedrooms, two doubles, a twin, and two singles, as well as two bathrooms. There’s a smart TV in the lounge and a single bedroom, whilst outside, there’s a simmering hot tub with an enclosed patio, lawn and seating area.
There’s parking for four vehicles and the local shop and pub are less than a mile away. Matlock bath is great and only six miles away, or you can try the lovely town of Bakewell, which is 15 miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,045 – £2,001
A beautiful detached property, great for large groups, it has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. A travel cot and highchair are both available to rent. Also, there’s a woodburner, and there’s also a games room.
Outside there’s a fire pit, barbecue, and seating area to enjoy whilst you also have the added bonus of your own private hot tub. The quaint market town of Ashbourne is seven miles away with its variety of shops and cafes.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,301 – £2,637
A lovely stone-built cottage boasting two bedrooms and two bathrooms and perfect for the whole family. Inside there’s a utility room including a washing machine and wood burner with logs provided.
There’s also a selection of board games and a games console to enjoy for the kids, whilst outside there’s off-road parking for two vehicles. Head into the quaint pretty village of Crich, which is just a short drive with its shops and pubs, or try the amusement arcades at Matlock or Bakewell.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £624 – £1,140
This rental is perfect for a small family close to Chatsworth House who want to escape to the surrounding countryside. Set on a 60-acre working farm, it has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
In the lounge, there is a smart TV with Sky whilst outside there’s a spacious courtyard with seating and a woodfired hot tub. Explore the Peak District National Park with its range of wildlife or head to Chatsworth estate, which is only six miles.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £870 – £1,733
A charming accommodation within walking distance of Peak District villages. It has a well-equipped kitchen, four bedrooms with four bathrooms and a utility room with a fridge freezer.
There’s a games room with table football, darts and a pool table whilst there’s bike storage outside and garden furniture, as well as a barbecue. Head along the Cromford Canal or spend the afternoon exploring the River Wye.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £1,444 – £3,099
One of the most romantic dog friendly hot tub holidays in the Peak District, and ideal for those countryside escapes. It has a super king-size bed, a shower room whilst inside, there’s a freezer, washing machine and wood burner and wifi throughout.
Outside there’s roadside parking with your own private hot tub, and the local pub and shop are within walking distance. High Peak trail is a must if you’re staying here enjoying excellent walks and challenging hikes or try a spot of cycling, sailing, fishing, or kayaking on nearby Carsington Water.
Prices and Availability: Average Weekly Price: £545 – £1,110
The Peak District is a national park for all seasons with stunning scenery. It has it’s Dark Peak, White Peak and South West Peak landscapes, each boasting there own characteristics. From gentle gritstone plateaus to limestone dales it is interspersed with hedges, pastures, farmland and quaint villages and towns.
Dog friendly cottages with hot tubs in the Peak District are going to provide a memorable experience you are unlikely to ever forget, whether that’s rising above the peaks in a cable car or exploring caves deep underground.
We thoroughly hope you enjoyed our range of properties that cater for your needs and your dogs. The Peak District is by far one of the most dog-friendly destinations in England due to its countryside walks, pubs and abundance of wildlife.