Search the very best dog friendly Northumberland hot tub holidays, including weekend lodge breaks, secluded log cabins, and countryside farmhouse cottages. All with private hot tubs and pets welcome.
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Northumberland is fast becoming one of the best places to stay in the UK. Situated in the North East of England and is home to stunning countryside cottages and as well as superb coastline. The county is soaked in culture having played host to a number of historic British battles. It is also rising in popularity as one of the key destinations to visit within the UK, with more and more people booking dog friendly cottages in Northumberland due to there great facilities and days out nearby.
Situated within Northumberland National Park, you are surrounded by 500 acres of lush woodland forests.
Enjoy the stars and skies from this Otterburn lodge, with plenty of walking trails and cycling routes on your doorstep.
With the bustling town of Hexham just a short drive, enjoy restaurants, cafes and shops close by.
Delightful at any time of the year, this detached cottage is perfect for a relaxing break with family and friends.
Just 6 miles from the beautiful Alnwick, this heartwarming escape is ideal for exploring this part of Northumberland.
A spotless log cabin just a short drive from the popular town of Felton. Enjoy this secluded getaway with your pets.
Located on the idyllic Felmoor Park, enjoy the wonderful coastline on offer just a few miles from the lodge.
Ideal for exploring Holy Island, this stone cottage serves as a great base for visiting some local attractions.
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Plenty of cottage retreats now come with there own private hot tub, there are a few on this page. However, if you want to see the full collection of the best cottages in Northumberland with hot tubs, click the link below. Here you can unwind and enjoy the majestic Northumbria coast from the comfort of your own simmering hot tub.
These coastal cottages welcome dogs with open arms due to the vast amount on offer for both pets and there owners. With long walks, water-sport activities and historic landmarks to explore, its no wonder our seaside breaks have become so popular among dog owners.
For a long weekend in idyllic Northumberland, you’ve come to the right place. Hit the link below to see all our great deals on local cottages or low price last minute breaks. You can experience the vast woodland, stroll along the rugged coastline or simply explore the famous heritage sites like Hadrian’s Wall.
If you dont have much holiday left or are keen on keeping the price down, why not take a look at some of our 2 night self catering breaks. There are a range of cottages and cabins in Northumberland that provide that perfect escape for couples or families, even if it’s only for a few nights.
England’s northern most county is steeped in a savage history and dotted with ancient castles and rural landmarks, making it popular for a retreat. With long sand beaches and interesting coastal towns, our pet friendly cottages in Northumberland have a lot to offer your dogs.
Often overlooked by holiday makers, it’s a quieter getaway destination that will give you space to breath. The Northumberland National Park is sparsely populated with walking trails that are never overcrowded and the best part, the dogs are allowed. Most of the park is a protected dark sky area, unaffected by light pollution, so time spent star gazing is a must.
The coastline is 40 miles long and most is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With beaches that are wide and unspoilt, there’s always plenty of space to play on the sands. Doggies are unrestricted on most of the coast here, so you can wander for miles along the edge of the sea, or try some of the quaint rural towns of Hexham, Bamburgh or Alnwick.
Northumberland is quieter than many other counties, so it’s an ideal destination for dog friendly escapes.
For star gazing, some of our dog friendly cottages in Northumberland provide the best spots – the Milky Way is clearly visible and can be seen in all its glory with the naked eye.
The county is varied and mysterious at times, it’s a landscape to be enjoyed on foot, by bike or on the back of a horse.
Hike for miles with the dog in the national park, along the seafront or beside fantastic man made lakes.
A self-catering getaway here really does offer something for everyone!