100+ Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages in the North West Your Pet Will Love

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Hand-Picked North West Cottages

The North West is probably the most popular destination in the UK. It is home to some of the best scenery in the world along with traditional seaside resorts. The North West is made up of Cheshire and Cumbria.

This is an excellent holiday destination for pet-loving couples, families or friends getting together for a weekend. It is full of indoor and outdoor activities to suit young and old. Choose the picturesque scenery, charming villages, majestic stately homes and stunning gardens.

Spend days exploring the hills and valleys and beautiful Lake District. So, sports lovers are well-catered for.

Our dog friendly cottages in the North West are great for any outdoor enthusiasts.

Caxton Nook

Caxton Nook

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4 Guests
2 Pets
Meadowbank Lodge

Meadowbank Lodge

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4 Guests
1 Pets
Drumlins Cottage

Drumlins Cottage

1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2 Guests
2 Pets
Court House Mews

Court House Mews

1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2 Guests
1 Pets
Dell Cottage

Dell Cottage

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4 Guests
2 Pets
Jessamy Cottage

Jessamy Cottage

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5 Guests
1 Pets
Old Castle Mill

Old Castle Mill

7 Bedrooms
Sleeps 14 Guests
2 Pets
Common Farm

Common Farm

5 Bedrooms
Sleeps 9 Guests
2 Pets
The Granary

The Granary

3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5 Guests
2 Pets
​The Cottage at 1710

​The Cottage at 1710

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 3 Guests
1 Pets
​Town Head Farm Cottage

​Town Head Farm Cottage

2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4 Guests
1 Pets
The Calf Shed

The Calf Shed

1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2 Guests
1 Pets

Choose Your Location

There are tonnes of cottages to rent around the Lakes , just be sure to read the terms and conditions before booking to ensure the deal has everything you want.

About Holidays in the North West with Dogs

The North West is packed full of action packed activities. If you consider yourself a master chef, then be sure to visit traditional farmer’s markets and cook up something delicious. If that’s not for you then choose a country pub or Michelin star restaurants to grab a bite to eat.

If you prefer a bit more outdoor activity then take part in one of the many sports available near our holiday cottages. Nature lovers will get enough exercise walking their dog or walking around the many parks and lakes looking for local wildlife. We’ve checked out some must-see attractions to give you a head start. 

Our cottage holidays in this part of the world all you to explore the breathtaking beaches and tranquil lakes. You will be spoiled for choice when it comes to activities. So, you better plan your holiday cottage right so you can fit everything in.

7 top places you and your pup can enjoy together:

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Chester Amphitheatre

Chester Roman Amphitheatre is the largest Roman amphitheatre in Britain. It is used for entertainment and military training by the 20th Legion. Excavations by English Heritage and Chester city council revealed two successive stone-built amphitheatres with wooden seating in 2004-5. The first included access to the upper tiers of seats via stairs on the rear wall. They found a small shrine next to its north entrance. The second excavation provided seat access via vaulted stairways. 

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Agricola Tower

Agricola Tower and Castle Walls is the initial gateway to Chester Castle. This 12th-century tower houses a chapel with outstanding fine wall paintings. This was rediscovered in the 1980s. There is an access stair to the castle’s wall-walk which is nearby. You can take your pooch with you but they must be on a lead. Assistance dogs are welcome everywhere.

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The Ravenglass

The Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway is the Lake District’s oldest, longest miniature steam railway. Many would argue that is one of the UK’s most scenic railway journeys. The Ravenglass and Eskdale Steam Railway is an unmissable day out for the whole family that includes your furry friend. The La’al Ratty runs for seven miles from the Dalegarth Visitor Centre at Boot in the heart of Eskdale. From there the journey takes you to the charming coastal village of Ravenglass. You will pass through two glorious valleys at the feet of England’s highest mountains.

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Delamere Forest Park

Delamere Forest park contains several trails to take your canine partners on. There are lakes around, as well as a picnic area and a cafe. Stop off for a bite to eat or ice cream or a water bowl for your pup. Take your camera the top landmark, Old Pale also provides great photo opportunities of views of Liverpool’s skyline. You can let your dog sniff around the area. If you rent a cottage near this park, your certainly in for a treat.

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Tarvin Community Woodland

Tarvin Community Woodland, Tarvin is a prominent village asset to the Tarvin community. This stunning woodland walk offers a short easy walk through open woodland and meadows. The Tarvin community has done a tremendous job of planting several hundred oaks and other indigenous hardwood trees and wildflowers. Birds and small animals are now home to this woodland. It’s a great location to take your pooch. There is a small car park on-site with dog bins that are provided along the route.
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The Meadows

The Meadows, Chester. This mosaic of grassland and wetlands by the sides of Chester’s River Dee in Queen’s Park is popular with wildlife lovers and dog walkers. It is perfectly situated by the river. It offers a tranquil place to sit and relax. Your dogs can do all the running around. There is a short easy and scenic circular walk that takes about 30 minutes. Take a picnic basket because there are picnic spots along the route.

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Wepre Park

Wepre Park, Connah’s Quay may not technically be in Cheshire but it’s still a superb place to enjoy a walk in the fresh air. Wepre Park is just a few miles outside Chester and comprises 160 acres of football pitches, a children’s play area and plenty of hiking trails where your dog can run around.

The Last Word

Our dog friendly cottages in the North West allow you to explore the abundance of activities on offer.

Whether you’re a pet-loving couple wanting a romantic weekend away or a family and friends just wanting to get away from it all. You don’t have to leave your beloved furry family member behind.

The North West is great for family holidays with some fascinating museums just waiting to be explored. You and your pooch can also enjoy some time in the manicured gardens and grand stately homes.

Chester boasts the most complete city walls in the country and the biggest Roman amphitheater in the UK. There is also a majestic cathedral, 700-year old shopping rows and the oldest racecourse in the UK and a fabulous zoo.

It is an extremely popular location for weekend breaks or mini breaks. With such a variety of per friendly activities on offer, the North West of England must be your next holiday destination.

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