Handpicked Log Cabin Retreats
Are you looking for dog friendly lodges in Newcastle? Newcastle Upon Tyne not only makes for a great city break but also a superb pet friendly holiday destination. It’s not only a wonderful base for all kinds of shopping and sporting fun, but it’s also a central launchpad for trips into wider County Durham.
Aln is a detached cabin with plenty on show for pets and their owners. It is one of our favourite ground floor properties, offering space for a couple as well as two pets. There is a TV and DVD player as well as entertainment provided. Aln also has open plan kitchen and dining areas.
This Scandinavian star log cabin is situated in the National Park with two bedrooms, a double and a single. There is wifi, but it can be temperamental and outside there is an enclosed garden with outdoor furniture to sit in at night. There are storage heaters to keep you warm at night and you can explore the Cheviot Hills which are close by.
A cosy log cabin with a well equipped kitchen and a double and twin room perfect for a family. There is off-road parking outside for one vehicle, and the pub and restaurant are on site. The market town of Morpeth is just nine miles away whilst Druridge Bay Country Park with a lake is also eight miles away.
A contemporary cabin with a king-size bedroom and one bathroom. There is a satellite TV with Netflix as well as a patio area outside with furniture and off road parking for one car. This is one of four properties that can be booked together. Newcastle City Center is 14 miles away.
The perfect romantic retreat with a fold-up bed and an en suite shower. A travel cot and high chair are both available, and you are surrounded by an abundance of wildlife. The River Tyne and Tynemouth are just 16 miles away, ideal for a coastal day out.
This tastefully decorated cabin has an open plan lounge and kitchen, as well as two bedrooms, a king and a double. There is an enclosed balcony and wifi is included throughout the property and Alnwick Castle and Holy Island are just a short drive from this lodge.
A handcrafted shepherd’s hut ideal for a couple. There is one sleeping area with a double bed and access to the shared kitchen. There is also a wood burner with logs provided and outside there is a gas barbecue. Visit Walkworth medieval castle, 23 miles away, or Wooler, which is 12 miles away.
A luxury brand new property with three bedrooms, two king-size and a twin, as well as an en suite shower room. There’s a large balcony with a seating area with countryside views. Northumberland National Park and the town of Alnwick are close and are brilliant days out.
A delightful, unique property with spectacular designs and luxury features included. There’s a smart TV in the lounge and a wood burner with logs provided. There are two enclosed patio gardens and there are three parking spots outside. Bamburgh is just a short drive with shops, pubs, and restaurants all available.
Newcastle Upon Tyne is not only a popular city, it’s becoming more and more famous for being a central base to explore the best of northern England’s natural beauty. The northeast really is worth exploring with your pets!
Therefore, it might surprise you that so many dog friendly holiday cabins and lodges are springing up in the region! Take a look at our brilliant list of the best dog friendly lodge holidays Newcastle has to offer – and you might even grab yourself a private hot tub!
From seaside attractions to popular spots such as St Mary’s Lighthouse, we’ve lined up lodges within walking distance of all kinds of well-known escapes and sites of interest. Ready to show your pets the best of Whitley Bay, or to walk along the River Tyne? Keep reading!
Newcastle Upon Tyne makes for a fantastic holiday launchpad for you and your pets. Not only is it in an ideal location for you to explore the best of the wider coastlines and cities, but it’s also great to just get away from it all. There are more than more award-winning lodges and cabin spots opening up in the region, and this is only likely to keep continuing providing dog lovers want to keep walking their pets up here. And why wouldn’t they?
We’ve made sure to look for the best lodges and getaway spots that give you city access convenience as well as plenty of walking trails and magnificent views right on your doorstep. The fact is, there are tons to England that many of us just aren’t seeing from today. Newcastle is a huge area full of cultural significance and is also a wonderful holiday spot for taking all kinds of landscape photos. When you’re right up in the heavens, you can see for miles around.
It’s also well worth looking for lodges that you can be sure to relax in during a short break or extended stay up in Newcastle. You might be looking for a ground floor breakaway, or you might be on the hunt for a living room slash dining room combi with access to your own hot tub and patio out the back. Above all, of course, you should be looking for pet allowed spaces!
There’s also lots of fun and exhilarating walking experiences to be had out towards the beautiful Northumberland Heritage Coast, a magnificent spot for some leg stretches with your four-legged friend. Leave the WiFi and the hot tub behind for a few hours and go explore this glorious corner of the country.
Don’t take too much time to search for these spots, either! From Whitley Bay to links across Durham, we’ve found some log cabins and lodges we’re certain you and your pets – as well as your extended family – will love to head back to time and time again. There are a number of dog friendly pubs in Newcastle meaning you’ll never be short of places to eat with your canine companion after a day exploring.
Consider everything you’d need and want from the ideal holiday properties – a DVD player, a CD player, on-site parking – you name it. We’ve searched for some of the best pets ready properties through all kinds of filters. What kind of bathroom do you want from your lodge? A family bathroom? Ensuite bathroom facilities? Will an open plan dining room or a standalone dining room appeal to your needs?
Take a look at our amazing lodge picks above or try one of the many dog friendly cottages in Newcastle.
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