Dog Friendly Cottages

Planning a holiday can be a challenge when you have a furry friend as a beloved family member. Luckily we have a wide array of dog-friendly cottage breaks, allowing you to enjoy a getaway without leaving your canine companion behind. From countryside dog-friendly cottages in Yorkshire to coastal dog-friendly cottages in Cornwall, our cottages provide a perfect home away from home for both you and your four-legged friend.

Imagine strolling through meandering trails, exploring vast woodlands, or splashing in the waves with your faithful companion by your side. Dog-friendly cottages in the UK grant you access to a multitude of scenic locations where you and your furry friend can revel in the beauty of nature. With ample space to run and play, our dog-friendly cottages provide an ideal setting for your dog to frolic and explore.

Our dog-friendly cottages go the extra mile to ensure a comfortable stay for both you and your pet. Many offer enclosed gardens or secure areas where your dog can safely roam. Some even provide welcome packs with dog treats and toys, making your dog feel right at home. Additionally, nearby attractions, such as dog-friendly beaches or parks, allow for memorable adventures and bonding experiences.

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Dog Friendly Cottages in the Lake District


Dog Friendly Cottages in Cornwall


Dog Friendly Cottages in Norfolk


Stress Free Breaks for All

Here are our top tips for a stress-free trip for both you and your canine companion;

Choose Pet-Friendly Accommodation

We understand the importance of a stress-free holiday for both you and your dog, therefore many of our dog-friendly cottages provide recommendations on nearby dog-friendly amenities, such as walking trails, pubs, and pet-friendly attractions, ensuring that your dog's needs are met throughout your stay.

Plan Dog-Friendly Activities

Research pet-friendly attractions or activities in the area you're visiting. This could include hiking trails, beaches, or parks where dogs are allowed.

Pack Essentials

Don't forget to bring your dog's essentials like food, water, bed, toys, leash, collar with ID tags, and any medications they might need. Having familiar items can help them feel more comfortable in a new environment.

Pre-Trip Vet Check

Before your trip, visit the vet to ensure your dog is up-to-date with vaccinations and is in good health for travel.

Travel Comfort

Make sure your dog is comfortable during the journey. For car travel, use a secure crate or harness.

Plan for Rest Stops

If you're travelling by car, plan regular breaks for your dog to stretch, go for a walk, and use the bathroom.

Be Mindful of Your Dog's Behaviour

While exploring new places, pay attention to your dog's behaviour. Some dogs might get anxious in new environments, so be patient and give them time to adjust.

Respect Rules and Etiquette

Always follow the local rules regarding dogs in public spaces. Clean up after your dog and be considerate of others who might not be comfortable around dogs.

Safety First

Keep your dog's safety a priority. Be mindful of hot pavements, provide shade, and ensure they have access to water at all times, especially during outdoor activities.

Dog friendly cottages

More Choice all Over the UK

With nearly 15,000 dog-friendly cottages in the UK, you no longer need to leave your beloved pet behind when planning a vacation. From stunning countryside dog-friendly cottages in Derbyshire to coastal dog-friendly cottages in Wales or even Scotland, our cottages offer the perfect opportunity to create lasting memories with your furry friend. Embrace the joy of exploring the great outdoors together, knowing that you have found a welcoming and accommodating home away from home. So pack your bags, leash up your pup, and embark on a dog-friendly adventure in the beautiful corners of the UK.