Pet Friendly Holidays Cheshire
Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes and stunning scenery, Cheshire is the perfect place for country canines looking to escape, relax and unwind. You'll find plenty of dog friendly hotels and cottages for your Cheshire break, all with a warm welcome and dog friendly rooms.
- Chester, England
A luxurious, five-star dog-friendly cottage which encapsulates all the charm of the Cheshire countryside with a dash of contemporary chic, and makes the perfect setting for a dog friendly getaway with family or friends with your best furry friend in tow.£477From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Chester, EnglandThe Square is a wonderful detached cottage that can be found in the pretty south Cheshire village of Handley, just 2 miles from Tattenhall and 8 miles from the historic walled city of Chester.
Full of characterful features throughout, you’ll find beautiful stone flag flooring on the ground floor, together with a wood burning stove in a magnificent beamed fire place. Upstairs, there’s 2 comfortable bedrooms, and outside a peaceful lawned garden to relax in at the end of a long days exploring.
Handley is a semi-rural village with an attractive Grade II* listed church, and offers spectacular countryside views towards the Welsh hills. Neighbouring, Tattenhall has ample amenities to cater for your needs including a general store, butchers and selection of public houses. Local to Tattenhall, you’ll also find the award-winning Cheshire Ice Cream Farm which sells a huge variety of ice cream, all of which are made on site. The surrounding area is home to the most amazing amount of wonderful attractions. You can experience the thrill of horse racing at Chester Racecourse, or visit some of the worlds most exotic animals at Chester Zoo, both 20 mins.
There’s the mighty Beeston Castle, 15 minutes away, where you can experience fabulous far reaching views over the surrounding local countryside or embark on some beautiful woodland walks. Delamere Forest, 30 minutes away, is also home to a vast selection of paths and cycle routes that span the entire forest together with the tree top adventure Go Ape! You can explore the stunning Cholmondeley Castle Gardens and treat yourself to lunch at their café, spend an afternoon at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre, or visit Bolesworth Castle which sits in a beautiful parkland setting and annually plays host for CarFest North. If golf is more your game, Aldersey Green Golf Course is less than half a mile away, or Carden Park Golf Course and Spa can be reached in around 15 minutes. For those with kids then, The Crocky Trail is highly recommended, and finally together with Cheshire & Chester, Whitchurch, Wrexham and North Wales are all within comfortable striking distance. The Square really does make a fantastic holiday destination all year round.£74From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Macclesfield, EnglandBlackhill Gate Cottage is set in an unrivalled rural location offering superb panoramic countryside views across the stunning scenery of the Peak District National Park. Crossing the Derbyshire and Cheshire boundary on the outskirts of the pretty Peak District village of Kettleshulme, this holiday cottage is located next to a field which at times is home to nursery lambs, and offers fine walking direct from the door through the valley of Todd Brook, Bowstones, Taxal Edge and into the Goyt Valley. Kettleshulme itself is home to a 15th century country pub which offers a warm welcome and freshly cooked meals. The town of Whaley Bridge with its mix of shops, bars and restaurants plus train station with direct service to both Manchester and Buxton is a 5 minute drive. The National Trust Lyme Park with its glorious house and gardens can be reached on foot or by car and the magnificent historic houses of Chatsworth, Haddon Hall and the popular market town of Bakewell, 45 minute’s drive. A variety of Peak District villages are all easily reachable within half an hour’s drive including Edale, Tideswell and Castleton, and great days out for the family within an hour’s drive include the local Chestnut Centre Wildlife Park, Carsington Water, Matlock Bath with is cable car and the UK’s premier theme park Alton Towers. Shop 2½ miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£84From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Nantwich, EnglandThe superb barn conversions can be found in an idyllic rural setting in the hamlet of Day Green, Sandbach. Newly renovated in 2022 you will find that wonderful care and attention has been taken to retain original features where possible, both inside and out. Perfect for couples, friends, small families and pets. We also cater to those who would like a holiday with their horse using the onsite equestrian facilities of Cheshire Racehorse Retraining (at additional cost agreed separately) and to those attending or competing at local equestrian events.
Barn Two has an open plan combined dining, kitchen, and living room area. The living room features a 4-seat sofa, foot stool and Freeview TV with direct access to front and rear patio areas, there is also a separate toilet. Upstairs there are two comfortable double bedrooms, with wardrobes and bedside tables, which both open out onto the staircase landing to enter the bathroom.
Sandbach is a historic and charming town that can be found in wonderful South Cheshire. It offers all the best requisites of modern living with shops, bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. Day Green Barns is in close proximity to the M6 motorway, which makes it an ideal location for easy access to attractions throughout Cheshire, and the surrounding counties. The surrounding area boasts a wide range of attractions including the National Trusts sites, equestrian venues such as Somerford park, numerous walks in locations such as the peak district and Delamere Forest.
Barn One (UK40334) can be booked with Barn Two (UK40368) to accommodate up to 8 guests.£98From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Chester, EnglandLocated in the village of Farndon just 9 miles from the historical city of Chester is The Cottage at The Hare. On the same site as The Hare public house, it’s a charming detached Victorian workman’s cottage that offers beautifully traditional accommodation perfect for exploring both sides of the England/Wales borders. Downstairs you’ll find a good-sized open plan kitchen/dining room with original quarry tiled flooring and a wonderfully cosy living room complete with wood burner. There’s also a utility area with somewhere to wash your boots and walking gear after a day exploring the great outdoors. The stairs to the first floor are both steep and narrow reflecting the age of the property, and lead to two tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms boasting kingsized Vi-Spring beds and good quality Egyptian cotton bed linen. Being set in the car park of The Hare means there’s no outside space and it may not be perfect for children, however the environment is pleasing all the same with lovely walks available along the River Dee. For any larger groups this property can also be booked together with Rock Cottage (UK41677) which is located just a few metres across the road, and is dog friendly, too.
Located on Farndon high street, the cottage is just a few minutes’ walk to the village amenities including a coffee shop, butchers and general store. For those that don’t want to cook, The Hare is just over the road and is open seven days a week. The Grade I listed bridge over the River Dee is also just a few minutes’ walk and is a medieval wonder linking Farndon to the Welsh village of Holt. You can visit Chester with its wealth of attractions including historical buildings, city walls, racecourse, shops, bars, restaurants and of course Chester Zoo.
Other cities within easy driving distance include Liverpool, Shrewsbury and Manchester, which can all be reached in under an hour. Over in Wales, the market town of Wrexham is just 6 miles away and there’s a bus service which links Wrexham to Chester via Farndon, should you wish to leave the car behind. For those who prefer the coast, the North Wales beaches of Rhyl, Prestatyn and Llandudno are all within an hour’s drive.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.£106From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Nantwich, EnglandNewly renovated in 2022, this charming, mid-terraced, period cottage can be found nestled in a delightful backwater location a short walk from the town centre of vibrant Nantwich. Approached by a leafy pedestrian walkway, it makes a perfect base for couples and small families looking to explore this medieval market town and the wonderful attractions of the surrounding area. Boasting courtyard gardens to both the front and rear, you’ll find ample amenities a short distance away on foot including shops, pubs and cafés to accommodate most tastes.
Nantwich is a charming market town set beside the River Weaver with a rich history and second only to Chester in its wealth of historic buildings. The High Street itself has many of the town’s finest buildings and really comes alive during the summer months with floral displays throughout the streets. You’ll also find a seasonal outdoor Brine Pool (May-Sep) and popular events throughout the year include the legendary Jazz, Blues and Music Festival at Easter and the world-famous International Cheese Awards in July.
Beyond Nantwich, nearby Audlem (15 minutes away) offers a range of shops that attract many visitors, or you can cross the border into Shropshire and visit Whitchurch and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it. Jodrell Bank is a must, and a little further afield is the county town Shrewsbury, or the big city entertainment of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool which can be reached in around an hour’s drive or by train from Nantwich station.
Those who like to explore the great outdoors can pick up the Sandstone Trail in nearby Tarporley and visit the castles of Beeston and Cholmondeley, or head to Delamere Forest, all of which can be reached in around 30 minutes. With the North Wales coastline also just an hour away, you really are spoilt for choice.£50From price per night based on 7 night stay