With cottages being the most obvious choice when going away, people often forget how many superb dog friendly log cabins in the UK there are to rent.
Lodges and log Cabins with dog-friendly status are ideal destinations for pet owners who are reluctant to leave their furry friends at home. There are so many options in the UK for a dog friendly holiday, from dog friendly lodges to rent to cabins, with an open fire or wood burner for extra comfort, there is something for everyone and their furry friend.
There is no need to start your well-deserved break with a broken heart as you say goodbye to your beloved pooch. Why shouldn’t our dogs be part of holiday experiences? Self-catering getaways up and down the country get it and have made provision for the four-legged additions to your family. Our selection of pet friendly log cabins and dog-friendly holidays will have you chomping at the bit to get away for a break with your pooch.
From forest lodges in the North to wood cabins in Derbyshire, we scour the country, North Yorkshire, Snowdonia National Park and every dog holiday option in between there is something for every man and his dog, many of which with special offers to give you the best in dog friendly luxury at a competitive price.. The next time you plan a break away from home that’s not going to break the bank and break your heart because there’s no room for your dog, take a look at the desirable locations of these lodges and log cabins.
The perfect Yorkshire holiday home base, Croft Park is an exclusive, gated development just a short drive or cycle ride away from the market village of Cottingham. The village community extends into the park. The lodges are secluded and offer a sense of being a real home-from-home. After a good day golfing at the great golf course down the road or a challenging walk in the idyllic East Yorkshire Wolds you can relax in your own private hot tub. Take your pooches down to the Croft Park Café to tuck into some hearty Yorkshire fare. Venture further afield to the nearby historical town of Beverley or take your dogs down to the beach in Fraisthorpe, Hornsea or Bridlington.
Make the most of the Lakes by in a lodge in this upscale park, which has been awarded the Hoseason’s Best in Britain for the past two years. This stunning destination nestles in a secluded area of the Lake District. Pet owners are catered for with a number of dog friendly lodges and log cabins on site. This is a great destination for dog friendly holidays, with a wide variety of scenic walking routes just right for two-legged and four-legged country loving enthusiasts alike. There’s even have a facility on site where you can wash your dog after a day exploring the countryside. Just let the retreat know that you’ll be bringing your pet along to make sure you’re allocated a dog friendly lodge. The resort features a range of amenities such as a well equipped gym, beauty spa and the Copper Fells Bar and Brasserie. Your dog will run about to his or her heart’s content and you’ll never run out of things to do in and outside of this high-end retreat.
This adult-only holiday retreat in the heart of picturesque Derbyshire, a stone’s throw from Buxton and Bakewell, is geared to give your family and furry friends a stress-free holiday.
Hidden from the outside world and sheltered in the lea of Longnor Wood, your tastefully furnished lodge comes with its own outdoor hot tub. Pick a pet-friendly cabin so that you and your dogs can make the most of this country retreat. Longnor Wood is ideally located for walking, cycling and exploring the lovely Derbyshire Peak District. Staying put is another option here because there’s plenty to do on site.. A putting green, badminton and boules are at your disposal and the meadowland in Longnor Wood is great for exercising your dog while wildlife watching at the same time.
You’re in Robin Hood country here, right in Sherwood Forest no less. The spacious log cabins are ideal for family and two furry friends. You’ll have free access into the park itself where you and your canine chum can explore the 3,800 acres that’s full to the brim with natural habitats and wildlife. The Sherwood Forest walks are great too and there’s normally some historic activity in and around the woods. All the log cabins have a decking area with outstanding views. Some even have a private hot tub to ease away the aches and pains after your days out walking, horse riding, canoeing, and abseiling or even cave diving. Clumber Park has teamed up with neighbouring Worksop Golf Club offering you a 50 per cent discount for 18 holes. So, make sure someone is keeping the pooches company and hire a buggy for £25 and pay only £30 to play.
This multipurpose venue boasts a wide range of facilities from weddings to conferences. Your private lodge’s double doors patio leads out onto a decking area where you can take in the scenic surroundings. There’s a nine-hole golf course on site and a golfing range to practice you swing. Try your hand at archery hosted by the Ramsey Ravens Archery Club or do some river and lake fishing a short walk from your lodge. Gone are the days when golfing breaks meant having to leave the dog behind. While you’re out on the green the family’s designated dog-sitter can take out the dog for an energetic walk around the spacious grounds of the country club. Self-catering can be fun, but you might want to consider treating yourselves to a few sundowners and a meal at the new clubhouse’s restaurant.
Just two miles from the popular seaside town of Paignton, Devon Hills is the ultimate destination for your family and furry friend. Situated in the highly desirable English Riviera, Devon Hills boasts everything both onsite and offsite meaning that there is something for everyone. There’s a gym, fitness studio and tennis court if you’re feeling active. Or enjoy a more leisurely pace in the heated indoor swimming pool complete with sauna and steam room, or a treatment in the health and beauty salon. There’s more than 60 acres of landscaped parkland and the nearby Dartmoor Park will suit energetic dogs and their owners. Your luxury lodge comes with a private outdoor hot tub.
In the heart of the Pembrokeshire National Park, perched on a slice of unspoilt western coast of Wales, you and your dogs have the golden sands and smugglers’ coves to at your disposal. The three-bedroomed Lookout Apartment, a converted WWII lookout post has unrivalled 18—degree views across the bay. Access is via an eternal stair way, leading to a raised terrace, barbeque area and private hot tub. It has ample space with a spiral staircase leading to the sleeping accommodation. It has two double rooms and a twin room with bunk beds. Just a short trip down the road, you can explore lower Fishguard or the Lower Town as the locals call it. After a long day out you could visit the resort’s Pamper Pod for a range of treatments before a long, relaxing soak in the Lookout’s hot tub.
When it comes to dog friendly log cabins you and your dogs will love this location. Welcome to Norfolk’s multi-award winning 5-star holiday destination. The park is set in the beautiful surroundings of South Norfolk’s Waveney Valley, with fabulous views across the Norfolk & Suffolk marshes and a wealth of on-park facilities. The Broads is England’s largest wetland with over 125 miles of safe waterways to traverse. If you are feeling adventurous, you can hire day cruisers, canoes and kayaks. You can take the resort’s ferry across to Suffolk, take a walk through Carlton Marshes Nature Reserve or visit the nearby town of Oulton Broad. Waveney River Centre has been awarded David Bellamy’s Gold Conservation Award for the past 10 years.
Scenery and nature is what this destination is all about and better still you can bring up to two dogs along on your break so that they too can enjoy all that is on offer. On the edge of Kielder, England’s largest forest, in the heart of Dark Skies Park, your lodge borders the Northumberland National Park on the Pennine Way. Your spacious lodge has a raised decking with an outdoor hot tub overlooking a bubbling brook With the darkest skies in the country your stay wouldn’t be complete with some stargazing by making use of the Kielder Observatory. A drive to Lindisfarne also known as Holy Island should be on the cards too – just make sure you check the tide times so that you have a clear run on your arrival and departure.
Our selection of dog friendly lodges and log cabins make the perfect base and go from inland forests to sweeping coastline so that you can choose a destination that is going to suit both you, your family and, of course, the dogs. Every retreat has something unique to offer – from smugglers’ coves to stargazing observatories, from open plan living area to a secluded hot tub and pet friendly facilities, we have got you and your dog covered..
Some go the extra mile, but they all give you a taste of nature like you’ve never experienced before. Go ahead, take a look at all of them and then decide which one is going to be where you spend your next holiday with your dogs. These dog friendly log cabins are the perfect pet retreat for you and your dogs to have the perfect holiday! For more stunning places to visit in the UK, go here.