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Peak District Hot Tub Breaks For Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays In The Peak District

Search the very best dog friendly Peak District hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.

If your looking for a great adventure with your four legged friend, then our dog friendly hot tub breaks in the Peak District could be ideal. It’s an area with unique natural landscapes, ideal for inquisitive hounds to sniff out, and for humans to enjoy in other ways. Protected by a National Park, the Peaks stretch across Derbyshire to Cheshire in the west, Yorkshire in the east and Staffordshire to the south.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in the Peak District

Escape the big city and head for this place without boundaries. Live the rural experience of a working farm cottages, where your dog will feel at home straight away. The Peak District has unmatched natural wonders, plus villages and towns you won’t find anywhere else, and which always welcome visitors.
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1. Clover Cottage, Beeley

This ground floor property sleeps six, comprising two double bedrooms, both with en suites and a sofa bed in the lounge. The open plan kitchen-diner extends to a cosy lounge with Peak District views. There is a patio with a barbeque for alfresco dining and a hot tub overlooking an enclosed lawn.

With two stables and a paddock on this non-working farm, you can bring your horses for some spectacular hacking. If you don’t then there are plenty of Peak District walking trails. The Heights of Abraham the country’s only cable car, cavern and hilltop park is only a 17-minute drive away.
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2. Clover Lodge, Beeley

One of two cottages on a non-working farm with stables and a paddock for your horses Clover Lodge sleeps four in two bedrooms. The cosy living space overlooks fields dotted with sheep and goats. Outside you can relish the unspoiled countryside from the depths of a hot tub and eat alfresco on the barbeque patio.

You can hack the Monsal Trail as well as walk or cycle it. The 8.5-mile route that takes you through limestone dales runs along the old Midland Railway between Bakewell and Blackwell Mill. You are a 15-minute drive from Matlock with its tramway village and nearby animal farm, complete with camels, wallabies and meerkats.
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3. Hurst Cottage, Biddulph

Tranquillity and calm prevail with the River Trent cascading over a watermill of this cottage that sleeps four. Set in a leafy country lane the outdoor area certainly has the wow factor with a hot tub sunken into the elevated decking that also has comfy seating for front seat views of the river below.

You can start exploring the area in the verdant fairy tale garden that has a bridge crossing the river and wander up to the centre of town. Here you can visit the exotic Chinese Gardens and the National Trust’s Biddulph Grange Garden, a masterpiece of Victorian design. Mow Cop is also within walking distance.
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4. Shenton Cottage, Buxton

This stone terrace close to the centre of Buxton sleeps four in two bedrooms that have a bathroom each. The comfortable sitting room has a log burner stove in the original fireplace and is separate from the country-style eat-in kitchen. Outside there is a garden with a covered hot tub, comfy seating and a charming wishing well.

One of the jewels in the Peak District’s crown, the spa town of Buxton has its own opera house, museums and costumed tours of the area. Visit the Peak’s “first wonder” Poole Cavern in the town itself. This limestone cavern has fascinating formations that have been naturally sculpted over millions of years.
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5. Stallington Hall Farm, Blythe Bridge

It’s a step back in time with all the modern conveniences in this Grade II listed 1600s cottage. It has three bedrooms that sleep six and downstairs the living room with its original inglenook fireplace retains its half-timbered walls and ceiling There is an English country garden approach with an enclosed hot tub at the rear.

Walk a mile and a half to the gates of Caverswall, a Tudor castle, that is currently up for sale for £2 million. Take a trip on the Foxfield Light Railway on a preserved standard gauge line near Blythe Bridge. This was once used to serve the colliery on Cheadle Coalfield.
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6. Holly Dale, Bradnop

Step through this barn conversion and you will be blown away by its thoroughly modern décor from its funky wallpaper to a cutting-edge kitchen. It sleeps eight in four bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. Outside there’s a shared games’ room and a private heated summerhouse and hot tub area with room for barbequing.

Holly Dale is at the base of the Peak District National Park and the Dovedale Nature Reserve is close by. Here you can walk through ancient woodland and wildflower meadows, and along the River Dove crossing its famous stepping stones. Tittesworth Water is a 10-minute drive away where you can hire canoes and kayaks.
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7. The Potting Shed, Tansley

The charming bijou bolthole sleeps two and is as cosy as it gets with its living and sleeping area in one. There is a separate galley kitchen and hallway for coats and boots. The stone floor’s underfoot heating and the log burning stove are welcome on chilly nights. Bathrobes are provided for your after romantic hot tub dip.

You are just under two miles from the centre of Matlock. Here you can visit the town’s aquarium with its koi fish thermal pool and Petrifying Well with its “stone” bowler hat and pint glass. Pack a picnic and take a walk up to Black Rocks for stunning views of the Peak District.
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8. Bilberry Barn, Crich

This converted stone barn that sleeps six provides a rural backdrop to a break for a family or even a group of friends. Its elevated position on a livestock farm will give you unsurpassed views of the across the valley. The outdoor area has alfresco dining furniture and a hot tub.

Visit the enchanting Crich Tramway Village and step back in time along its recreated period street with its building facades saved from towns and cities across the UK. Take a tour of the White Peak Distillery in Shining Cliff Woods in Ambergate on River Derwent to taste craft spirits such as whisky, gin and rum.
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9. Stowe Cottage, Middleton

This luxury love nest has all the trappings to make for a break away to remember. The quaint stone cottage sleeps two in a sumptuous king-sized bed and the earthy granite en suite has a rainfall shower. Outside, in an enclosed and private courtyard, there is a hot tub for steamy nights under the stars.

Visit your village’s namesake of Stoney Middleton on the opposite side of Bakewell. It has its own hot spring and a brook burbling through its little lanes. Half an hour’s drive from Bakewell are the caves at Castleton, the only place in the world where you can find Blue John Stone.
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The Last Word

The Peak District is a national park for all seasons with its Dark Peak, White Peak and South West Peak landscapes, each with its own characteristics. From gentle gritstone plateaus to limestone dales it is interspersed with hedges, pastures, farmland and quaint villages and towns.

A break in whatever part of the peaks you choose is going to be an exhilarating experience you are unlikely to ever forget. Whether you are rising above the peaks in a cable car or exploring caves deep underground you are going to come back to a holiday home with a welcoming hot tub to relax in.

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