Search the very best dog friendly Scarborough 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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A town on the north east coast of England, Scarborough cottages are the ideal getaway for you and your dog. It is a seaside resort full of possibilities for lovers of the great outdoors. It stretches from Scalby Mills in the north, across North and South Bay, with Scarborough Castle on the headland in between.
Explore the expanses of Peasholm Park, with its dog friendly acres and attractions. Our dog friendly cottages in Scarborough are located close to the sea allowing for great seaside walks.
Ideal for exploring North Yorkshire, this stone cottage is set amongst rolling hills with plenty of wildlife to surround you.
Just a few miles from the Yorkshire coast, enjoy a variety of seaside activities and local fish and chips.
A great high quality cottage for your family holiday to Scarborough, enjoy the beaches with your dog and kids.
This wonderful stone built cottage has all the amenities and facilities for a memorable stay in Scarborough.
A beautiful all ground floor holiday accommodation that provides an ideal romantic retreat for you and your partner.
This large holiday cottage can be found in the sleepy village of Burniston with plenty of pubs and shops nearby.
Based in the small village of Snainton, this lodge provides a brilliant escape for a large group or special occasion.
A superb spacious accommodation with the interior combining tradition and contemporary styling.
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Scarborough cottage breaks are home to stunning views and seaside walks. You’re sure to find a cosy holiday retreat complete with your own private hot tub. These luxury cottages are especially valued in the fresh air of the Yorkshire coast. Spend a fun filled day out and about with your furry friend and come home to the warm relaxation of a soothing hot tub. You can go for a family size tub, or something a little big smaller for romantic evenings together.
Scarborough sits in the heart of some of England’s most beautiful coastlines. The majestic North and South bays span miles, facing out onto the open North Sea. From town houses to country cottages or coastal cottages, you’re never far from a panoramic view. This is perfect for letting your dog explore and run wild, from the well-kept parks to the rugged Clifton and miles of sand.
These cottages are perfect for a weekend break doesn’t need to break the bank. Scarborough has plenty of reasonably priced accommodation, the result of more than a hundred years of catering for visitors to this beautiful part of the world. You can experience all the sights, sounds and smells with your beloved pooch, at a reasonable price in one of the many dog-friendly holiday homes.
A refreshing seaside holiday doesn’t have to last for weeks. Quality time in Scarborough will make you relax and unwind in next to no time. One or two night self-catering cottages are the perfect way to do your own thing, at your own pace. You can have whatever fun you want through the day and evenings, with your pets at your side.
Not all of Scarborough’s holiday cottages allow pets; however, there are many that do.
As the town is awash with fabulous places to stay, next to lots of things to do every day, you won’t have any trouble finding the right spot where you and your dog can enjoy yourselves.
Scarborough is both a traditional seaside resort and a nature lovers paradise, ideal for couples or families wanting a quiet time away from it all, and for furry friends with a desire to explore.
Make the most of our dog friendly cottages in Scarborough which serve as a great base to explore the coast and the superb parks in and around the town, and enjoy some of the unique man made attractions, from the funicular to the miniature railway.
Take your time and enjoy this special part of Yorkshire at your own pace. Take a walk along the miles of beaches, or up on the cliff tops, and stop off in the many pubs, cafés and restaurants along the way.