7 Stunning Dog-Friendly Cottages In The UK
For most canine-inclined families, your dog is as much a member of your clan as everyone else and family means nobody (or dog) gets left behind on holiday! Taking your dog on holiday requires a bit of extra planning but, luckily, when it comes to dog-friendly cottages, we’ve got you covered.
This Dorset beach house can sleep up to nineteen, so there’s plenty of room for a puppy, too! With a back garden that backs magnificently out onto the beach, it’s ideal for morning walks along the sand with your dog. Let them take a tip in the water and run to their heart’s content!
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Looking for a home with a pool and an outdoor jacuzzi (for you, not the dog, obviously)? Somerset’s Cherry Tree Farmhouse doesn’t disappoint. Plus, your pup is free to run around the huge garden all day while you take some well-needed relaxation time. In the beautiful surrounding areas, visit caves, steam railways and National Trust sites - an ideal location for avid walkers!
Nestled in the Suffolk countryside, this luxury barn has more than enough space for a hound or two. The barn comes equipped with a wood fired pizza oven, a sunken trampoline an outdoor lounge. Nearby there are quaint wool towns to marvel at and plenty of pubs and coffee shops to enjoy a beverage or two.
Have you ever been on holiday and had your own valley to enjoy? Assuming the answer is no, opt for an incredible stay in this seaside house in Tenby. With private access to the beach, the house also features a music studio, bar, fitness room and so many more amenities. And the best part? Your furry friends are welcome!
5. Cober Hill, Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Big family? A few dogs? No problem here at Cober Hill Hotel, near the coast in North Yorkshire. The grand hotel sleeps up to 126 people so is perfect for huge get-togethers or weddings. Plus, your pooch will be endlessly entertained by all the natural wonders of the North York Moors National Park and the Heritage Coast which offer beautiful scenery and diverse wildlife to get lost in.
If woodland walks with your dog by your side sounds like the dream holiday, this medieval manor in Hereford might be the place for you. Offering a range of pastimes from clay pigeon shooting and quad biking to yoga and wine tasting, you’ll be at a loss for which amazing activities to include on your itinerary.
7. Walcot Hall, Lydbury North, Shropshire
Ever considered glamping? You, your family and, of course, your dog can sleep beneath the stars at this peaceful country retreat tucked away in the Shropshire Hills, not far from the English-Welsh border. From the yurts, shepherd's huts and quirky caravans you can take in sweeping views of the surrounding countryside as you enjoy a morning coffee or evening hot chocolate around the fire pit and together with your dog you can explore the estate.
All these dog-friendly holiday homes and more! There are plenty all over the UK so you can enjoy your getaway even more knowing your dog isn’t sat in a kennel missing out on all the fun!
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