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Scarborough Hot Tub Breaks for Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays in Scarborough

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

A town on the north east coast of England, Scarborough cottages are the ideal getaway for you and your dog. It is a seaside resort full of possibilities for lovers of the great outdoors. It stretches from Scalby Mills in the north, across North and South Bay, with Scarborough Castle on the headland in between.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Scarborough

Explore the expanses of Peasholm Park, with its dog friendly acres and attractions. Our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Scarborough are located close to the sea allowing for great seaside walks.
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1. Pheasants Roost, Thorpe Bassett

Pheasant’s Roost is surprisingly spacious traditional shepherd’s hut with wood-fired hot tub with stunning farmland views. Indoors the studio-style accommodation has a log burner to keep the studio-style accommodation toasty in winter. From the snug double bed there is an en suite shower room and the kitchenette is equipped for basic meals.

Set in your own small paddock farmland stretches to the horizon making for invigorating walks. You have a rural pub serving food a 10-minute walk away and local shops. This is a great base for touring the historic city of York, the North York Moors and the enchanting east coast town of Scarborough.
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2. Thirley Cotes Farm, Scarborough

This Grade II listed Georgian farmhouse on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors offers sweeping views from its hot tub on a private stone terrace. Space is the word here as indoors the three bedrooms, sleeping six benefit from a chill-out games room upstairs. Downstairs there is a bespoke kitchen, dining room and spacious sitting room.

Start your holiday by exploring the four acres of woodland on the farm and you’ll be sure to see birds and wildlife on every turn. You have the best of both worlds with the east coast on your doorstep too. Take the coastal walk from Scarborough to Whitby to see puffins, seals, dolphins and whales.
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3. Mary Ellen Best Cottage in Malton

Part of the Langton Hall estate, this period cottage, named after the famous artist who painted some of her pictures at the hall, has an interior that pays tribute to Modern Art. The four bedrooms sleep eight. Outdoors you have your own hot tub and the tennis court and 50m heated pool is free to use.

The estate has 20 acres of parkland complete with a rose garden and waterfall making it an ideal spot for a picnic in summer. The hall offers a minibus service that takes you into the charming market town of Malton as well as York, that is 20 miles away.
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4. Swallows Nest, Scalby

Nestled in the majestic North York Moors National Park this converted stone outbuilding has an open plan living area and a double bedroom en suite that sleeps two. Swing open the French patio doors and you will find a warm bubbling hot tub with views of the moors beyond.

Walk the two miles to the mill village of Scalby which is a great base for walks and cycling trails that traverse the moors. A bracing option is the clifftop 3-mile walk from Scarborough to Cayton Bay where you might spot some whales out at sea. About 2.5 miles from Scalby is the oriental-themed Peasholm Park.
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5. Crabtree Cottage, Scalby

This stone barn conversion is a perfect romantic getaway that sleeps two and has a private patio with garden furniture and a covered hot tub. The living area with an integrated well-equipped kitchen has the original pitched wooden rafters to create a feeling of space.

Pick one of the cycling or hiking moor routes on your doorstep or start by walking the scenic three miles to market village of Scalby. Scarborough is five miles from Scalby and here you can visit the Sea Life Centre to learn all about the whales, seals and dolphins that call this coastline home.
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6. Tawny Cottage, Irton Moor

This character semi-detached stone property benefits from a downstairs shower room. The well-equipped kitchen and dining area overlook the sitting room with a log burning fire and low beams. Double doors lead onto a screened off hot tub and a patio with garden furniture. Upstairs the spacious bedroom sleeps two.

Irton Moor that is home to garden centre and farm shop that you can walk to. Start exploring the coast from the nearby Scarborough with its castle and golden beaches. For the more energetic you can walk the six miles to the seaside town passing the Italian Gardens along the way.
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7. Owl View, Lebberston

Bi-fold doors lead out from every room to a spacious courtyard that has furniture for alfresco meals and a private hot tub . The accommodation sleeps four and is all on the ground floor. The double room has a en suite shower and the twin has access to a family bathroom.

Lebberston to Cayton Bay Beach, excellent for surfing is a leisurely two mile walk where you can walk the entire length of the bay at low tide. The Scarborough Fair Collection with its vintage working carousels and bumper cars at a £1 a ride are free for children.
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8. The Stables, Seamer

A paddock so close to the hot tub and patio, you can almost touch the horses it’s an animal lover’s heaven. Comprising a twin bedroom downstairs with adjacent shower and a double bedroom en suite upstairs it sleeps four. The living area incorporates a well-equipped kitchen.

Book an escape room experience in Scarborough. Mr E’s has themed escape rooms to suit all ages and there is a magical wizard tavern for the younger set. After a day of coast and moor trekking why not do something completely different and catch a movie in a field at Scarborough’s Moonlight Drive-In?
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9. The Old St Johns Church, Burton Fleming

The entrance hall is the vestibule and the breakfast bar once the pulpit, this chapel conversion sleeps 10 in its five bedrooms. The cutting-edge living space softened by original stained-glass window prisms is just for starters because there is a games room upstairs and an outdoor area for alfresco dining and hot tub languishing.

Take the whole clan on the self-guided Filey Mystery Treasure Trail that starts on the seafront and is great for family interaction. Closer to base is Burton Agnes Hall that dates back to 1601. Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping is a National Trust walk nearby with interesting rock formations.
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Boasting some of the best beaches in the country the east coast and North Yorkshire Moors come together to form an idyllic destination for lovers of both coast and country. Wedged between the shoreline and soaring moorland you can take your pick from learning how to surf to trying your hand at abseiling down a cliff.

Most of the properties picked here are in breathtaking countryside with easy access to the coast below the escarpment. All the properties from a shepherd’s hut to a converted chapel have an outdoor area with a private hot tub that completes your holiday experience.

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