The Peak District National Park remains one of the best-loved dog friendly holiday spots in the whole of the North of England. It’s not hard to see why! From peaks to valleys and all the wonderful woods and greenery in between, we won’t blame you for looking into the best dog friendly lodges in the peak District.
Dog friendly accommodation in the area is becoming more and more commonplace. How do you know which lodges and cabins are best for you? In this guide, we will take a look at some of our absolute favourites close to the Peak District.
Ideal for hilly walks and waterside views, lodge breaks for you and your four legged friend in the Peak District are sure to take you away from all that hustle and bustle. When you take time out in green countryside and close to crystal clear lakes, you’re going to want a log cabin!
A log cabin ideal for you, a dog and any family guests you’d like to bring along isn’t too hard to find up here. You’re going to want a great base for exploring the peaks and valleys. You’re also likely to want plenty of home comforts, too!
This waterside cabin offers space to sleep 6 people, and has room for two dogs. There is side decking with a jacuzzi, as well as decking rear and front. There’s also a full entertainment suite in the lounge, as well as off road parking and facilities on the holiday park.
This park site is just outside of Stoke and is in the middle of some wonderful National Trust spots. It’s close to the towns of Bakewell and Buxton. You’ll find the Peak District lies just north of here, making it a fantastic base. Smaller areas such as Alsager are nearby.
This authentic wooden cabin is all on the ground floor and offers three bedrooms. It sleeps six people and has an open plan living area, space for two pets and off road parking. You also have your own enclosed decking as well as a private tub to enjoy.
Take a look at nearby Leek for laid back Staffordshire fun. National Trust sites scatter across this region, and you are close to family friendly resorts such as Alton Towers. The Peak District, again, is not too far away to the north, making it one of our favourites in terms of midland bases.
Thorntree Lodge is a modern escape all on one floor, sleeping six people with room for a single pup. There is a lawn area with decking and furniture, as well as open plan lounge and kitchen design, a full bathroom and a kitchen nook. There is off road parking, too.
This lodge takes you off the beaten track, close to the communities of Bakewell and Matlock, and only a few miles out of Chesterfield. Explore wider Heathersage for its National Trust sites as well as the Peak District further up north, too. There’s lots for you and your pooch to see.
Ewe Lodge is a romantic rural escape that sleeps 2 people and has an extra futon if you want to make it a small family break. There is internet access, space for a pup, and you’ll also have access to your own BBQ set, TV and DVD player.
Only three miles to local pubs and shops, this secluded spot is at the edge of the Peak District, making it a great pooch friendly base. There’s also easy access to the cities of Derby, Stoke and Nottingham. Therefore, if you want to take a city break, you can once in a while!
Hillsdale Lodge is right up in Grindon, and is an authentic chalet that sleeps 4 people with room for 3 pups! Offering rolling country views, this break spot provides a shower room, a wood burner, internet access, and an outdoor area with a BBQ and furniture, too.
The clue is in the name, as Hillsdale Lodge puts you right up in the heavens in the peaks. Rural country rolls all around, but you are not too far away from the communities of Leek, Bakewell and Matlock. Great for pooch friendly walks on the doorstep, as well as city fun occasionally.
The Fox sleeps 4 people and offers double bedroom spaces, with your own hot spa, off road parking and even smart TV sets in the lounge and bedrooms. There’s a nice kitchen space and there are also shower en suites available here. It’s a great authentic nook close to peaks.
The Fox is just outside Derby and is close to Castle Donington. Convenient for town and city access, this pup friendly cabin is also only a few miles away from the peaks, as well as the historic town of Melton Mowbray. It’s a great central base for midlands adventures.
There’s no reason why you should have to pay through the nose for a holiday break in the Peak District for you and your furry friend. In fact, holidays in lodges up in the Peak District are getting even more affordable. Why not take a look at some of our favourites?
The Peak District isn’t a coastal resort, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use lodges and cabins in the region as brilliant bases to explore the wider beaches and dog walks in the Peak District. Take a break from the Peak District countryside for some seaside fun not far away.
Log cabins with hot tub facilities are really popular! Many pet friendly lodges up in the Peak District will give you the chance to unwind and relax in your own private spa at the end of a long day of walking. A hot tub might just be the cherry on top!
No matter how far you;d like to walk, nor where you’d like to stay close to the National Park, self catering is the easiest way to set up a fantastic holiday. Settle down for a night or two with the unbeatable beauty of the Peak District scenery as your backdrop.
While the Peak District has always been one of the most popular places to visit for families and couples over the years, it’s safe to say that it’s also an amazing pooch ready breakaway base. This is a location that offers country lanes, stunning valley panoramas, and unbeatable waterside walks. All you need to do is take your pick of the best bolt hole properties and settle down in your ideal location!
Once you’ve taken a look at the best walks in the nearby location, make sure to set up that perfect lodge with all the mod cons you need. Looking for a friendly log cabin with an enclosed garden? What about cabin properties with an open fire and wood burner? Part of the fun of a trip out here is the lovely properties you could stay in. Happy hunting!
We genuinely love the Peak District as an amazing location for all kinds of countryside holidays. We think part of the fun is finding that ideal lodge – and whether you want to be close to the edge of the park itself, or are looking for a quaint stone cottage near the Village of Hope, you can be sure we’ve lined up some great ideas in our list of favourites.
From Ashford in the Water to Chapel en Le Frith, there are some brilliant locations and scenes for you to explore. Head out from your open plan living space and hot tub to find local pubs, country lanes and more. Tired of looking around for cottages in the Peak District and fancy something a bit different? Take a look at our list!
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