Are you looking for a family friendly holiday spot in the midlands? Staffordshire may be one of the best counties to consider as a first choice. However, there’s no longer any reason for you to leave your pets at home! There are more and more dog friendly lodges in Staffordshire opening up far and wide.
It’s not hard to understand why. Staffordshire is immensely popular with the likes of dog walkers for the fact that there are so many country walks in the region – it also happens to be a theme park hotspot for families, too! Take a look at top lodges in Staffs.
Looking to get closer to the Peak District National Park? Maybe you’re looking for a market town bolthole that puts you closer to quaint village scenes. In any case, when looking for a lodge and dog friendly holiday in Staffordshire, you’re going to need to think about prioritising everyday comforts.
We’ve hunted down some of our favourites in the region which are not only close to the Peak District and more, but which also offer private hot tub access, internet access, open plan living and more. If you’re unsure of what to look for in the perfect dog friendly holiday breakaway, we can help!
The Hen House is a ground floor holiday home space that sleeps 4 people. There’s room for one dog here, and you also benefit from a private garden, a hot tub, an open plan living room and dining room, and internet access throughout the modern space. All mod cons inside!
This fantastic dog holiday breakaway spot offers you clear access to Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty such as the Cannock Chase. There’s also National Trust spots close by, too, with village scenes such as those in Stockwell Heath never too far to head to. It’s a great small family base.
Theolaw is a secluded holiday home that sleeps four people with flexible bed arrangements. You can bring two dogs with you here, and you’ll also have access to your own garden and lawn, as well as outdoor furniture with BBQ and hot tub. There’s a kitchen with modern fittings, too.
Theolaw is far from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and provides you with more than just a pleasant garden. The rolling countryside close by is well worth exploring with pets! There’s easy access to the Severn Valley, and if you like a spot of golf, check out the local clubs!
This is a ground floor lodge holiday home offering a super king size bed and sleeps 2 people. You can bring a dog with you, too, and there is a garden and patio complete with your own hot tub. One of our favourites, this Peak District hideaway offers all linen and power.
This is a great Peak District base, meaning if you do want to take your dogs up the rugged trails and amazing views, they are right on your doorstep. As this property sleeps 2, it’s a romantic step into a market town and countryside scene.
Looking over the Peak District, this holiday lodge sleeps 2 to 4 people and has a wood burner in the main building. You can bring 3 dogs with you, and there’s also a full shower room available. You can park two vehicles off road, and there is a nice kitchen suite on hand.
Offering amazing Peak District views – and, of course, Peak District walks – this cabin spot is based on a working farm location. It’s ideal for anyone who wants to try the famous cycle trails across the Manifold Valley, too. The Moorland views right on your doorstep are well worth the price.
This roomy country retreat sleeps 2 to 4 people and also sleeps 2 dogs. There is a king size bedroom, a kitchen suite, a shared bathroom an en suite, internet access and all mod cons including access to WiFi. There’s also a shed that you can lock to store bikes.
This wonderful breakaway spot offers easy access to the Peak District. However, it’s one of our favourites thanks to the amazing lakeland on site, giving you some fantastic fishing opportunities you won’t even need to leave the land to enjoy. You’re also only a short drive from Ashbourne.
What is it about a private hot tub that’s so appealing? If you’ve ever bubbled up in your own jacuzzi before, you probably know the answer! Wear away those Staffordshire walks with a dip in a hot tub when the day is over – there’s no better way to unwind.
Staffordshire isn’t a coastal county, but if you do want to explore the wider reaches of Wales and its coast to the west, or Lincolnshire’s beaches out east, you can. This is a central base for all kinds of English holiday adventures, so take the time to explore them all at your leisure.
Want to save money on pet friendly log cabins in the midlands? No problem. Staffordshire is very dog friendly and it’s now more affordable than ever for you to set up an escape for yourself and a four legged friend. Our favourites in the list won’t break the holiday bank!
Self catering in Staffordshire is a lot of fun, whether you’re taking the whole family or are just breaking away for a night or two with your pet. If you don’t have the time to book a whole week away, find yourself a short stay in a brilliant holiday lodge.
Staffordshire is a great central base for exploring the midlands with pets. In fact, Staffordshire dog friendly lodges and holiday homes are getting easier and easier to find.
If you fancy taking your pets on amazing walks around the Peak District National Park, or prefer taking the whole family out towards Drayton Manor or Alton Towers, you’ll be in a great position for some fantastic days out.
The Staffordshire countryside is home to some of the best loved areas of outstanding natural beauty in the region, though you should also explore the brilliant National Trust spots, too! Travel around the region to take in the imposing Trentham Estate and Shugborough Estate.
For real adventure seekers, the Roaches will give you and your pets a rocky walk unlike any other. It’s a great base for spying the whole region beyond – market towns, rolling hills and more besides – they are all here.
Staffordshire remains one of the most popular family staycation regions largely thanks to the theme parks and attractions in the local area. Alton Towers Theme Park and Waterpark, of course, are amongst the most popular.
However, there are lots for you and your dog to explore, too. As mentioned, the Roaches offer rocky paths and stunning views across Staffordshire and beyond. It’s also a great base for you to explore the best of England and Wales, being in a prime midlands spot.
You should take the time to search for a great dog friendly holiday lodge in Staffordshire that really appeals to all your comforts and needs. Are you looking for an open plan living area? What about somewhere you don’t have to travel too far from to get to nature reserves and country scenes?
As you can see from our brilliant list of log cabins and lodges in the Staffordshire region, holiday homes in the region vary in terms of size, shape, look and atmosphere.
The fact is, there is something for everyone out here. It’s getting easier to find popular pet friendly lodges at the edge of the Peak District, for example, and you’ll normally find holiday chalets and cabins in the region offer at least an open plan living area to help keep things open and simple.
We’ve holidayed in Staffordshire with our dogs lots of times – and across our adventures in Scotland, England and Wales, we can safely say it remains one of our firm favourites when it comes to country escapes.
Other perks and facilities you may wish to look for in the region include a quaint wood burner, an enclosed garden, or even a four poster bed. There are even a few brilliant barn conversion picks in the region that offer you everything you need from a modern living space. Even if you and your pets are only exploring Staffs for a few days at a time, you’re going to need to make sure your holiday bungalow really does the business. If that means spending time hunting down an enclosed garden, then so be it!
However, we hope we’ve helped to make finding that perfect place in Staffordshire a little bit easier. Why leave your pets at home when you can show your dogs the best of the Peak District and beyond? Take a look through our list of favourites and book your space while it’s still available!
Still unsure? Search loads more log cabins on our Heart of England county page here.