Handpicked Cottages for Romance
We know a romantic retreat is special to spend some time with your loved one, and we also understand your dog usually fits into that equation. That’s why we’ve chosen only the best dog friendly romantic getaways in Yorkshire. It’s a popular holiday destination for couples looking to relax and enjoy the local towns and villages.
Below are 15 of the best pet friendly romantic cottages in Yorkshire. You can book today
Yorkshire is known for being the largest county, but it’s also one of the most stunning with its outstanding natural beauty, making it a perfect destination for a couple’s break with a dog.
With your dog by your side, you can relax in one of the Yorkshire pet friendly cottages or spend the day in charming market towns and historic cities or explore the miles of walking trails each national park boasts.
If you want complete privacy on your lovely retreat, then cottages and lodges offer this compared to other elegant accommodations such as romantic hotels.
Your four-legged friend is much more welcome at Yorkshire romantic cottages than romantic hotels. It’s been furnished with dogs in mind, so that will include enclosed gardens and other features to make the dog-friendly holiday a bit more special.
When searching for a memorable dog-friendly romantic retreat in Yorkshire, you may want something entirely different to the norm. Glamping is becoming popular with shepherd’s huts and safari tents, the go-to for couples seeking a gorgeous pet property to explore the stunning Yorkshire coastline and rolling hills.
Other properties that make the perfect romantic retreat for dog lovers include a stunning stately homes, a former coach house, lighthouses, double-decker buses and converted shipping containers.
When staying in the Yorkshire Wolds, North York Moors or on the coast it’s important that you find things you can do as a couple. That could be enjoying a walk at night along the sandy beaches, experiencing a class at a cookery school or simply dining in one of the many restaurants available locally in a village or town.
If you prefer something else, you could head into the historic city of York which is surrounded by activities, book a spa day at a hotel, enjoy a sauna and massge in style or just grab a drink and bite to eat in a restaurant before heading back to your cosy retreat. Yorkshire is not short of things to do for couples and dogs, which is what makes it so popular.
Rent a charming cottage with your dog, enjoy fantastic views of the beautiful countryside, or visit a pretty village such as Robin Hoods Bay or Runswick Bay.
Pet-friendly romantic cottages thrive in East Yorkshire due to the popular seaside resorts of Bridlington, Flamborough and Hornsea.
You can find an attractive Yorkshire cottage with a bubbling hot tub and an enclosed garden, making it ideal for you and your dog. Enjoy the sandy beaches, picturesque landscapes and fantastic views this part of Yorkshire offers.
Enjoy a trip in West Yorkshire, tucked away from the coast, providing the perfect rural retreat. Dog friendly accommodation is prevalent in this part of the country as you are close to Leeds and Fountains Abbey, which is part of the Unesco world heritage site.
The breathtaking Nidderdale landscape is just to the north, and your four-legged friend can have hours of fun exploring the Yorkshire Dales.
Yorkshire provides mesmerising landscapes and activities to try with a dog, and there are not many better places than the beautiful countryside of the North York Moors. Book holiday accommodation in the heart of the hills and enjoy a glass of bubbly whilst you sit in the hot tub after a long day exploring all that the dog-friendly Yorkshire countryside offers.
Helmsley Castle and the pretty village of Danby are a must whilst you’re in the area at a dog friendly cottage.
A dog-friendly holiday is not complete if you haven’t taken them to the Yorkshire Dales.
Whether you’re visiting or staying in a lovingly finished romantic hideaway, you should wander across the stunning hills and head down to Wensleydale village for a bite to eat and let your dog get a drink after all that excitement.