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Dog friendly cottages in Yorkshire

256 properties found

Dog friendly cottages in Yorkshire

256 properties found
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Harrogate Central Suites Three

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£376 - £513

Swallow Cottage - Robins Hoods Bay

Robin Hoods Bay, North Yorkshire

2112


7 nights

£339 - £631

Harrogate Central Suites Two

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£376 - £513

Harrogate Central Suites Four

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£376 - £504

Harrogate Central Suites Five

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£376 - £508

Miller's Croft

Bedale, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£419 - £617

Darcy's Cottage

York, North Yorkshire

2112


7 nights

£494 - £639

Granary Cottage - Robin Hoods Bay

Robin Hoods Bay, North Yorkshire

2112


7 nights

£339 - £660

Harrogate Central Suites One

Harrogate, North Yorkshire

2111


7 nights

£524 - £615

Gales Lodge

Gillamoor, North Yorkshire

2112


7 nights

£471 - £755

Owl Hideaway

Flamborough, East Riding

2111


7 nights

£340 - £722

Coopers Cottage

Skipton, Yorkshire Dales

2111


7 nights

£405 - £625

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Dog Friendly Yorkshire

Whether you are looking for a family break or a romantic retreat with your loved one, if you have to leave your four-legged family member at home you can’t quite switch off to be able to fully enjoy your break. But you needn’t worry about leaving them at home as we have lots of of dog-friendly cottages in Yorkshire so you can bring every member of the family with you.

Dog-friendly walking

Yorkshire is the largest county in the UK and with so much open moorland to explore you have plenty of spaces to let your dog run free. The county has way too many walks to list all of them, but here we have listed a few of the most popular:

Scammonden Dam: With a choice of two routes you can choose which walk is most suitable for you. Take a walk from the top car park along the water’s edge, heading up through the woods and then back to the car park, which will take around 30 minutes or head all the way around the dam for a longer hour walk. The car park is free and is open from 9am until 6pm, so just make sure you’re back in plenty of time for closing!

Ogden Water Country Park: A scenic 1.5 mile walk around the reservoir will allow you all to stretch your legs while enjoying the scenery. There are certain areas around the reservoir where they do ask you to put the dogs on lead but mostly you can let them run free along the walk. Remember to take some change for the car park and pay a visit to the visitor centre for maps and information around the Country Park.

Wilton Park: With woodland walks, open fields and a large lake to cool off by, Wilton Park has everything you need. The park also has a number of activities onsite like crazy golf, tennis and football pitches meaning you can let the kids play while you give pooch some exercise.

Dog-friendly beaches

On the Yorkshire coast you will find plenty of stunning beaches to walk along, but not all can claim to be dog-friendly all year around. Fraisthorpe Beach in Bridlington can do just that. What used to be a nudist paradise is now a dog-walkers haven. Open to dogs all year around and with miles of water and sand this is a wonderful place to explore.

Another popular dog-friendly beach is Marske Sands Beach, close to Marske-By-The-Sea and with surfing and fishing opportunities you have plenty to keep you busy around and on the beach. The beach is primarily sand and with a very high water quality rating you know your dog will be safe wandering off to explore.

Another dog-friendly beach close to Scarborough is Cayton Bay. The town centre is close by and with a café, toilet and shops on the beach you know you won’t get caught short while walking.

If you’re considering a holiday in Yorkshire and are looking for somewhere to stay, take a look at our dog-friendly cottages here.

Dog-friendly holidays in Yorkshire

From the rolling countryside of the Yorkshire Dales to the stunning golden sands of the Yorkshire coastline, there’s so much to explore and having your dog by your side can make the whole experience more enjoyable. They’ll love the endless walks to be enjoyed from the doorstep, whether it’s over the famous rolling hills or by the sea on a dog-friendly beach.

Our dog friendly cottages in Yorkshire are the perfect base for holidays with your dog; cosy, comfortable and with safe enclosed gardens so you can let them out worry free. Take a look at our full collection of self-catering accommodation above and find the perfect place to stay for both you and your four-legged friend.

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