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Whitby Hot Tub Breaks for Dogs

Dog Friendly Hot Tub Holidays in Whitby

Search the very best dog friendly Whitby 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 Yorkshire coast of eastern England, Whitby cottages are an exciting yet restful place for you and your dog to enjoy a holiday. It is a working fishing port, with steep streets overlooking the fishing boat filled harbour.

The Best Pet Friendly Hot Tub Accommodation in Whitby

The dramatic coastal landscape extends from the clifftops to the nearby heritage coast and moorland national parks and nature reserves. You’ll find our dog friendly hot tub breaks in Whitby allow you to easily to recharge your batteries in the fresh sea air and peaceful surroundings.
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1. Rose Cottage, Malton

Views from every vantage point of rolling countryside dotted with sheep make the cottage an ideal getaway for a young family with adjoining bedrooms sleeping four. The outdoor area has a shaded table and chairs. The hot tub, under open skies, overlooks a paddock with a football goal and room for Rover to romp.

The Yorkshire Wolds Way, great for cyclers and hikers, is on the doorstep and the food festival famous Malton is only half a mile away. Catch the train at Malton to Scarborough for sea and sand or to York to step through time. Flamingo Land is a 15-minute drive from the cottage.
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2. Ham and Cheese Retreat, Scagglethorpe

This tree-house style cottage has striped pine ceilings and walls, a chain link staircase and exposed brick features. It sleeps two in the king-sized mezzanine bedroom overlooking an open plan living area with a pull-out sofa for an extra guest. The patio is ideal for alfresco meals and there is a high-end hot tub.

You are in a converted farm shop with its origins dating back to 1907 where farmers would bring their produce to sell. Walk the two miles to Malton which has a museum with Roman artefacts and a farmer’s market on a Saturday. Travel eight miles to Flamingo Land, a park with more than 1,000 creatures.
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3. Folly Cottage, Garton-on-the-Wolds

A clever use of space in this quaint cottage can sleep six or, if it is four, two living areas to relax. There are two bedrooms and the snug in the eaves has a double sofa bed. Outside is a summerhouse with fluffy robes and a luxurious hot tub.

Start your stay with an exploration of Folly Cottage’s whimsical grounds with dragons and fairies on every turn. You are less than 30 minutes from the beaches at Bridlington and Skipsea. Further up the coast are the dramatic cliffs and iconic lighthouse at Flamborough with the RSPB reserve of Bempton.
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4. The Byre, Whitby

This magnificent barn conversion, with views of both coastline and moorland, sleeps six in three stylish bedrooms. The living space, with mezzanine seating, has a glass wall feature that leads out onto an alfresco dining patio and a luxuriant hot tub from where you can soak up the views.

Whitby is a short drive away where you can climb the 199 steps to the abbey ruins that inspired Bramstock’s Dracula. If you are feeling energetic, the half an hour walk to Sandsend beach is worth it. It is popular with fossil hunters and cod anglers and is renowned for its unspoilt beauty.
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5. The Barn Elleby, Runswick Bay

This exceptional barn conversion has all the space you need to enjoy a large family or friend getaway. The four bedrooms sleep eight and downstairs there is a country eat-in kitchen and a vast pitched rafter ceiling sitting area. There is a snooker table and outdoors an entertainment patio with a hot tub.

The beach is virtually on your doorstep and walk along dog friendly Runswick Bay’s shoreline where, at low tide, you can fossil hunt. Here you can hire kayaks, canoes and paddling boards. Do the 7-mile Cleveland Way clifftop walk to Whitby to reward yourself to its world-renowned fish and chips.
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6. Swallows Nest, Scalby

Nestled in the majestic North York Moors National Park this lover’s nest 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 criss-cross the North York 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 Peasholm with its Japanese gardens.
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7. Sunnybank Thatch, Runswick Bay

This character thatch is full of surprises that include a double Jacuzzi in a bathroom with an upstairs balacony, a shower that converts into a tanning solarium and a Hot Springs Hydro Massage Spa. The kitchen’s terracotta tiles have underfloor heating and the living room has wooden floors leading out to a stunning entertainment courtyard.

Runswick Bay is a seven-mile coastal walk from , famous for its 199-step abbey ruins that command coast and country views for miles. Visit the fascinating Victorian Science museum while you are there. On your doorstep is the bay where you can hire canoes and there is Crazy Golf for the younger set.
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8. Pond Farm Woodlands, Ugthorpe

The stylish three bedrooms, one en suite sleep six and the living room opens up onto an outdoor entertainment area second to none. There is decking with hot tub and comfy seating, as well as an open-fronted straw hut dining room and a barrel sauna with woodland views from its windows.

This woodland setting is in the heart of the North York Moors, famed for its cycling trails and walking routes. Travel 10 miles to Whitby harbour with the abbey ruins looming overhead. Climb aboard the Bark Endeavour, a replica of Captain Cook’s 18th research vessel to spot dolphins, seals and whales.
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9. St Hildas Cottage, Hinderwell

Behind the chocolate box exterior of this stone cottage lies a contemporary indoor space with a designer kitchen and cutting-edge décor throughout. Sleeping four, the cottage has a wrought iron staircase leading to living area with exposed rafters and a rear door that leads out onto a stunning patio with a hot tub.

Sandwiched between the Yorkshire Moors and the North Yorkshire Coast, Hinderwell is ideally placed for an action-packed holiday. Do the 4.3-mile circular walk from Hinderwell to picture postcard Staithes, taking in fossil-rich Port Mulgrave. Whitby is a 20-minute drive where you can eat fish and chips at a harbour café.
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Types of Accommodation To Expect

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Properties By The Coast & Beach

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1-2 Night Self Catering

The Last Word

Whitby and its surrounding villages have a unique appeal with a Jurassic coast backed by the spectacular North York Moors. It is a location that promises action packed holidays from clifftop walks and schooner sea cruises to forest rambles and fresh fish suppers.
The types of accommodation vary in location, size and character from thatched cottages to woodland cabins, but all have two main things in common. They are dog friendly and each sports a luxurious hot tub, ideal for sunset dips after days out in on the coast and in the country.

If you need other options, then try the rest of our Yorkshire dog friendly hot tub holidays.

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