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Dog Friendly Getaways in Northumberland

a dog enjoying a getaway in Northumberland

Featured Dog Friendly Accommodation In Northumberland

Mindrum, Northumberland

This traditional Northumberland property welcomes four guests with a king-size room and a twin room to split. There is a shared bathroom and a well-equipped kitchen. Outside there is bicycle storage available and Holy Island and Bamburgh Castle are nearby.

The Cot At Cragmill
Bamburgh, Northumberland

Perfect for a large family or group, this cottage oozes character and charm throughout. Outside, it has an enclosed garden and a balcony. You can take a stroll down to Bamburgh and enjoy the beautiful sandy beach that is on offer.

Islestone Cottage
Beadnell, Northumberland

With three bedrooms, this wonderful cottage is ideal for a family getaway. Enjoy stunning views of Beadnell Bay, and sit on the outdoor patio. Plenty of walking routes and cycling trails are available on your doorstep to explore with the dog.

Eglingham, Near Alnwick

An ideal romantic bolthole with one king size bed and a family bathroom. There is a cosy woodburner in the lounge with logs provided and storage outside for bikes. Parking is available right outside the cottage, and you are just a 30-minute drive to the coast.

Wellmeadows Cottage
Seahouses, Northumberland

Perfect for a family wanting a relaxing trip. The holiday rental has three bedrooms, two king-size and a twin. There is a games room and a summer house outside with a football table, air hockey, and dartboard. Craster and Embleton are both close by and well worth a visit.

Bamburgh, Northumberland

This cosy ground-floor cottage provides beautiful views of the coast and countryside. It has been lovingly renovated, and there is a wood burner in the lounge. Outside there is off road parking for two vehicles and Alnwick and Berwick Upon Tweed are both nearby.

Type of Dog Friendly Short Breaks in Northumberland

Holiday Cottages

Log Cabins

Glamping Pods

Best Northumberland Destinations

dogs playing outside Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh

Medium sized dog playing in the waves at Beadnell

Beadnell

an aerial picture of Northumberland's most historic castle

Alnwick

three dogs on a beach getaway in northumbria

Seahouses

Pet-Friendly Activities in Northumberland

#1. Day at the Beach – Enjoy walks along the golden sand with your pets and enjoy the sea views and all this glorious stretch of coastline has to offer.

#2. Explore the Coastline – Take a trip to some of the most popular seaside resorts, including Seahouses, Whitley Bay and Alnwick.

#3. Enjoy a round of Golf – With several golf courses in the county, you have ample to choose from and get some practice in.

#4. Learn about the Castles – While on one of these short breaks with dogs in Northumberland, head to one of the many castles available and learn some history, Bamburgh, Tynemouth, and Lindisfarne are great options.

#5. Stop at restaurants and cafes – Whether it’s dog-friendly pubs, a restaurant or a cafe, there are loads of places to stop for a bite to eat and drink.

#6. Go camping – If you are not after a cottage or glamping, then we suggest camping with your dog. There are some stunning places to pitch a tent and relax!

#7. Spend a day fishing – You can enjoy fishing at great destinations such as the River Till and Kielder Water & Forest Park.

#8. Try cycling – You and your canine can have heaps of fun with plenty of cycling routes through the countryside and along the coast.

Types of Weekend Breaks With Dogs in Northumberland

a river going through Plessy Woods

Rural Escapes

a picture from a dog walker of sycamore gap at Hadrians wall

Adventure Trips

dogs walking along the quayside

City Breaks

a picture of the old boat sheds on holy island beach

Coastal Stays

About Getaways in Northumberland with Dogs

#1. Northumberland is the most northerly county in England and boasts some of the most idyllic countryside in the UK.

#2. There is a wide range of accommodation options for pets in Northumberland, making it available to suit all budgets.

#3. Northumberland has numerous attractions, including beaches, parks, and historic sites you can visit with your pets.

#4. The Northumberland Coast Path is a brilliant trail you must try with your dog, providing majestic views of the North Sea and the Cheviot Hills.

#5. The Northumberland National Park is an ideal destination for outdoor lovers and dogs with lots of energy.

#6. There are 18 beaches in Northumberland, with a handful accepting pets on their sandy shores.

#7. Northumberland has over 3,000 miles of public rights of way, making it perfect for a walking holiday with your dogs.

#9. The Northumberland National Park covers over 405 square miles with abundant wildlife and moorland.

#10. Coming in at 62 miles long, the Northumberland Coast Path offers some of the most idyllic walking routes in the UK.

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