Ever thought about taking your pets on holiday in Cheshire? Dog friendly lodges in Cheshire are easier to come by than ever before. Whether you are looking for the best countryside views across the region or want access to the historic city of Chester, it really does make sense to take a bit of a search across some of the top pet friendly escapes lining up in the area.
Cheshire is a county in the north west of England that has plenty of surprises up its sleeves. Why not take a look through our pick of the best pet friendly lodges?
The north west of England, covering Cheshire and beyond, really does need to be seen to be believed. It’s one of our absolute favourites as far as pet friendly holiday areas are concerned. The Cheshire countryside serves up all kinds of wonderful stretches for you and your four legged friend to traverse.
But what are you looking for in the best Cheshire countryside breakaway? Are you looking for a wood burner, an open plan living area and a ground floor bathroom? What about your own private hot tub? Take a look through our top picks and we will soon let you know what’s out there.
The stunning Toll Keepers Lodge is a ground floor cabin that sleeps 2 people. It has a king size bedroom, a kitchen suite and a living room cum dining room area. A great last minute break, there is also a garden provided, with TV and DVD player inside.
Close to the village of Malpas, if you are looking for peaceful surroundings, this is one of our favourites in the Cheshire region. Not far from the centre of Chester, you also have clear links to Market Drayton and Ellsemere. It’s a genuine countryside hideaway that’s great for a last minute booking.
This appealing ground floor cabin sleeps four people and is amazingly dog friendly. Just call before you bring your pets! There is a terrace, a lawned area, access to a paddock and more. Underfloor heating is available. There is an open plan living room / kitchen dining room available.
As well as offering close links to the city of Chester, this lodge is within the Ellesemere area. It’s also close to conveniences in the village of Malpas. This is a great Cheshire breakaway whether you want to explore Chester or towns and villages beyond the Welsh border – it’s your choice!
10 miles out of Chester, this roomy lodge offers a Cheshire breakaway for up to six people, with space for two dogs and 3 bedrooms available. Everything is available on the ground floor, and you have your own enclosed garden, a wood burner and access to off road parking, too.
Well within reach of the city centre of Chester, you are also close to Crewe and Northwich, and if you want to head down into rural Wales, there are plenty of clear road links. You’re just far enough away from Chester to enjoy plenty of peace and quiet – and the location is never inconvenient!
Cheshire is also popular for its affordability. Dog friendly lodges and cabins up near Chester are surprisingly cost-effective – meaning that if you want to explore the city, the picturesque villages or simply unwind for a day or two, a break away up here really will not break the bank.
Cheshire may not seem like a coastal county, but there are actually dog friendly holiday lodges close to the watersides in Wirral, meaning there’s always the chance you can break from the city to enjoy a watery break away. Take in the ambience of your surroundings close to the coast.
Self catering in Chesire is a great way for you to break free from the old routine every once in a while. Book a weekend with your four legged friend and explore nearby historical sites and the very heart of Cheshire – you build your short break your own way!
It’s not hard to understand why so many people love taking their pets on holiday to explore wider Cheshire. The city of Chester itself and its fabulous city walls often provide enough interest to staycationers. However, for dog lovers and family holidaymakers, there are more than a few holiday spots and attractions in the wider region worth exploring.
Knowsley Safari Park, for example, is a great family day out that’s likely to appeal to Cheshire holidaymakers. For dog owners, however, there is all the countryside you can explore beyond the popular city reaches. Explore the likes of Tattershall and Malpas, for example! There’s also plenty of clear links into North Wales, meaning you can make it a real cross-country holiday if you like.
The north west is also brimming with popular historical sites and picturesque waterways. Take your pets for walks along the River Dee and explore the nearby historical heritage of outer Manchester and Liverpool.
For us, Cheshire is a county with tons of promise and just about everything you could want from an all-over staycation. There are lots of lovely country trails, riverside walks and connections in and out of some of the most popular city centres in the north of England. Some of our favourites, of course, include Liverpool, Manchester and of course Chester itself, but it’s well worth looking at exploring North Wales to the south, with the city of Wrexham being a hotspot for many people. These are just a few of the dog friendly days out in Cheshire and there are also a number of dog friendly pubs in Cheshire, so your never short of places to eat with pets.
For dog lovers – and of course their pets – Cheshire is a walking paradise. Waterside trails along the River Dee and wooded adventures out in spots such as the Delamere Forest are clear highlights for us – and we’re certain you will feel the same in time, too. If you and your pup are really into your waterside trails, then you will also likely want to take a peep out at the Nantwich Loop, one of the most popular country and waterside walks in the region.
Of course, there is more to Cheshire than its various walks and countryside spots, with it being brilliant for families, too. From the vibrant Chester city centre out towards Lyme, Tatton Park and Ness Botanical Gardens, there are some wonderful days out to be had in the region. Many people assume Cheshire to simply be the back garden of cities such as Manchester – and while that’s true to some extent, there is a lot more to get into here than you might imagine. You can trust us on this!
That’s why there are so many more dog friendly lodges and cabins opening up across the Cheshire region. The area tends to be replete with cottages and similar escapes, but for something a bit different, you might want to take a look out at cabins and lodges close to historical sites and picturesque villages. It’s pretty clear that Cheshire has enough of these, so do take your fill and explore with your pups as much as you can.
We’ve gone on a search to find the best open plan lodges, multi-storey cabins and more. All of the best cabins and lodges in our list are close to some of the most stunning slices of Chesire countryside while still having lots of easy access to family fun and city amenities. Of course, all nine of our lodge picks here also openly welcome dogs, meaning it shouldn’t be too hard to line up a few favourites before you go exploring.
It’s worth considering what you really want from the perfect Cheshire dog friendly lodge. Are you looking for a non working farm close to Chester city centre? What about a ground floor breakaway with a log burner and an enclosed garden? Of course, you might also be holding out for that perfect coup de grace, the private hot tub.
In any case, we’ve made sure to round up a wide variety of log cabins and lodges in Cheshire which are both pet friendly and which will appeal to a wide range of tastes and needs. Find yourself some favourites from our list and settle down in this wonderful county – and get out to explore stately homes, family parks, dog walks and countryside vistas whenever you’re ready. There are tons of things to see and do out in Cheshire, and now really is the time to book ahead.