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Nottinghamshire Cottages For Dogs

Dog Friendly Cottages In Nottinghamshire

Ever been on a walk or two through Sherwood Forest? Dog friendly cottages in Nottinghamshire are more accessible and affordable than ever before. Not only is the county famous for the city that gives it its name, it’s also home to some seriously big cottages!

The Sherwood Forest experience isn’t everything that Notts has going for it. Within reach of the Peak District, bringing a pet here means you’ll be able to get out and explore all of the lovely dog walks and trails that the area is so well known for.

Take a look at our favourites when it comes to dog friendly holiday picks out in Notts.

The Best Pet Friendly Holiday Cottages in Nottinghamshire

We’ve looked for the best pet friendly cottage providers Robin Hood Country has to offer. If you’re looking for a cosy detached cottage close to a woodland area, or are keen to book a dog friendly Sherwood hideaway that’s far from the hustle and bustle of cities, we’re sure some of our dream property picks below will inspire you.

Take a look at some of these great holiday home choices and get closer to the West Country, the Peak District and more besides. Nottinghamshire is a county full of wonderful surprises. Why not discover them all with your pets?

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1. Coupling Cottage in Belper

Coupling Cottage is a lovely retreat that sleeps up to 4 people in the heart of the Peak District and Derbyshire Dales. There are 2 bedrooms, and you can also bring along 2 pets. There is a ground floor living room as well as a bathroom and WC on the same level. There is also an enclosed garden complete with patio.

Within 2 miles of local shops and pubs, this breakaway cottage is close to plenty of attractions such as the Belper Parks Nature Reserve, the River Gardens, and the River Derwent. You can also take a short drive out towards Derby City.
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2. The Cart House in Ab Kettleby

The Cart House is a fantastic, airy property within the Melton Mowbray district, offering 1 bedroom to sleep 2 people, making it a great romantic getaway. There is a ground floor living dining room with kitchen, all open plan. You’ll also benefit from space for 2 pets, and there is also a shower room on the ground floor.

This cracking property is close to brilliant walks such as those out in Rutland Water, as well as being within driving reach of the city of Leicester. It’s a great last minute break for couples looking to explore Notts and Derbys.
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3. Chevinside Cottage in Belper

Chevinside Cottage is a dramatic holiday homes standard that sleeps 4 people across 2 roomy bedroom spaces, offering you great access to the Peaks. There is room for a pet here, and you will also benefit from a downstairs bathroom complete with bath, shower facility and a WC. There’s also an open fire here, and you will find a full kitchen blending into the dining room.

Take a look at the local area for shops and pubs less than 1 mile away. Close to National Parkland, this central bolthole is a farm location that’s also within reach of Chatsworth House and other famous buildings.
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4. Ginnys Barn in Askham

One of the best dog friendly cottages in Nottinghamshire for romantic breaks away, Ginny’s Barn sleeps 2 people in one roomy bedroom space, with extra room for two dogs. This secluded holiday spot is based entirely on the ground floor, with a ground floor living room that’s completely open plan. There is underfloor heating throughout.

Close to Askham Village, this holiday cottage is great for access to Sherwood Forest, and it’s also really near to local Lincoln and the medieval heritage that comes along with it. There’s also plenty of country furnishings to help you feel at home, too. You’re not too far from local pubs, either!
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5. The Windmill in Newark

Within the Sherwood District, The Windmill is close to the River Trent and sleeps 8 people. There are 4 bedrooms total, and there’s also space for 2 pets to come and join you. This fantastic holiday cottage also offers Wi-Fi throughout, along with an enclosed garden and all your living / kitchen needs on the ground floor. This really is a holiday retreat with lots of character!

Take a look out at local sites and attractions such as Sherwood Forest itself, the Sherwood Castle Holiday Forest, and Clumber Park, a local National Trust site. For families, there’s the fun adventures out at Go Ape, too.
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6. Grooms Cottage in Shelford

Grooms Cottage is a lovely holiday nook that offers space for 1 dog as well as 3 roomy bedroom spaces. You’ll also find that there are 2 bathrooms and there’s space to sleep 5 guests, total. This rural nook also offers an open fire, Wi-Fi, a TV in the main lounge, and the backdrop of a working farm location.

This working farm retreat is secluded but is still close to plenty of great walks and Nottinghamshire attractions. In fact, it is only around 12 miles from Nottingham city itself! If you’ve never holidayed on a working farm before, now is your chance.
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7. Little Wayside in Whatton

Little Wayside is a delightful cottage in the heart of the county, found in Whatton. It’s a great place for a couple to retreat to, with space for 2 guests and one dog. There is internet access throughout, and the bedroom here offers a super king ziplink. This brilliant bungalow space also offers an enclosed garden, great for sitting out with drinks on summer evenings.

This is a countryside nook with lots of country lanes, ideal for anyone looking for lodges that break away from the city madness. Nottinghamshire towns, villages and countryside await here, making it one of the best central properties for exploring Nottinghamshire at large.
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8. Field Cottage in Rushcliffe

If you are looking for peaceful holiday homes, cottages, properties or otherwise, this family friendly cottage has it all. It welcomes 2 pets and sleeps 6 guests, offering 3 bedrooms in total. There is a full dining area with an open fire wood burner and wooden floor, and a living room with Freeview TV. There’s even a conservatory you can sit out in and enjoy when the weather’s nice.

This modern cottage escape is great for families looking to explore the mid-section of England and Wales, with ease of access into Nottinghamshire as well as Norfolk. The nearest beach is around 4 miles away, with shops and pubs less than 3 miles away.
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9. Ashlea in Skegby

This desirable cottage makes for great Notts adventures and offers room for one well behaved pet. There are 3 bedrooms total, with space that sleeps 6. There’s an authentic wood burner as well as a full kitchen suite that backs into an open plan dining area. There’s also a shower room for ease of access.

This is an ideal family holiday cottage for those breaks where you really want to see the best of Notts and Derbys. It’s right on the border. Take a look out at Robin Hood country and explore the wonderful cities and walks that Derby county has to offer.
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10. Cow Shed in North Scarle

The Cow Shed is another great holiday bolthole that give you brilliant access to the best of England and Wales. This romantic and authentic cottage offers space for 2 guests and is very pet friendly. There’s a TV, DVD player and more in the main lounge, with plenty of kitchen mod cons to make your life easier. All your fuel and towels are included.

Use this fantastic location to explore the best of Notts as well as Lincolnshire, well known for its coastal scenes as well as country vistas. For dog lovers, this is an ideal escape.
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11. River Farm Cottage in Norton Disney

River Farm Cottage makes for an ideal small family break, offering space for 3 guests with 1 bedroom and a bathroom space. Of course, a dog’s welcome, too! You’ll enjoy the enclosed garden space, the queen sized bed, the 40 inch smart TV and the en suite services. It’s a ground floor location, too, making it one of the most accessible in our list.

This brilliant Notts getaway gives you lots of access to local village scenery, though you can of course take time to branch out and explore the fantastic Wollaton Hall and Sherwood Forest. It’s a great rural, peaceful hideaway.
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12. The Timmothy Suite in Lincoln

Another wonderful Norton Disney cottage, this fantastic domicile is simple and breezy and is all on a ground floor level. There’s an open plan living area, space for 3 guests, and as you’d expect, it welcomes pets. Based on a farm yard, this nook offers 2 beds – a double bed and a sofa fold-out. There’s also a full kitchen and shower room facilities.

Why not come and stay on a working farm? You’re close between some of the most exciting towns and cities in Lincs and Notts, too, and your dogs will love exploring the local area.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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With Hot Tubs

Cottages in Nottinghamshire with hot tub fittings are becoming more popular throughout the UK. A hot tub is ideal for relaxing after a day exploring or to just sit in and socialise. They are perfect for romantic breaks. Enjoy cocktails under a starlit sky. There are cabins, lodges, and cottages all offering accommodation with a hot tub. Some of them allow pets so you don’t have to leave your canine companion behind.
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Properties By The Coast & Beach

Nottinghamshire cottage breaks provide an ideal holiday escape with stunning natural beauty all year round. Couples and families wanting to spend time together will find the East Midlands full of great places to relax or spend days out packed with adventure. This county is known for its quaint villages and the hearty welcome you receive from the residents, as well as being famous for Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest. Outdoor activities include fishing, hiking, and cycling. Your pooch is also welcome.
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Cheap Weekend Breaks

Not everyone has the time or money to spend on a long holiday abroad. You will be happy to know that you can enjoy a stunning weekend break in these Nottinghamshire cottages. It is just one of those destinations that you can visit on a shoestring budget without having to sacrifice quality. There are several accommodation options to suit any budget.
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1-2 Night Self Catering

If you are wanting a little time away then book a short stay in Nottinghamshire. There is so much to explore without having to do much traveling. One or two nights will be ideal just to relax or do some fishing or hiking. Don’t forget your dog. There are holiday cottages available that will allow your dog to join you even if it’s just for a short stay.

About Holidays in Nottinghamshire With Dogs

Nottinghamshire is known for its forests and beautiful landscape. This is the perfect destination to take your dog along on holiday. They can join you on walks, hikes and even run next to you during a cycle ride. Some pubs and restaurants allow well-behaved dogs so you can take them with you on trips into town.

Beautiful rural market towns are full of history and are ideal for just walking around doing window shopping and getting to know the friendly locals. This alone is a great way to explore Nottinghamshire.

Take your dog with you. If you are looking for something a bit more exciting then try some mountain biking or sky-diving. Release your creative side by doing cookery courses or photographic workshops. The cooking course might be just what you need for preparing a tasty romantic meal. Here are a few attractions that will help you to get excited about your break away.

The Last Word

Nottinghamshire offers endless attractions and activities to keep everyone happy – whether it’s a family holiday, romantic weekend or maybe a reunion with a group of your friends.

The rural cottages listed here will be great for that romantic weekend. Your dog will also be welcomed. The hiking trails and forest walks will be perfect for your canine companion to stretch their legs.

Nottinghamshire is also home to the most famous forest in the world. You will also be treated to museums and quaint villages. There are beautiful public gardens, stunning stately homes, and family attractions.

Eat out in Michelin starred restaurants or stay home and prepare something yourself.

Whether it’s a holiday or a short break, our guide to the best dog friendly cottages in Nottinghamshire have something for everyone that will leave you with lasting memories.

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