Dog-Friendly Cottages

Explore our collection of fabulous dog-friendly cottages, featuring secluded country hideaways, luxury cottages on estates, beautiful beach houses, farmhouses, cosy lodges, quirky shepherd's huts, and larger properties for family or group gatherings. Find your next holiday cottage with PetsPyjamas, perfect for dog-friendly short breaks or longer holidays with your four-legged friend.

  • Beaford House, DevonInstant Book Overlay Image
    Torrington, England
    Set in a rural location with stunning views of the surrounding countryside.This large, imposing, detached country house is the ideal place for a large family or group to come and stay whilst enjoying all that North Devon has to offer. The house has large living areas, a very well equipped kitchen with a quintessential Aga. There is a spacious dining room which is ideal for celebrating a special occasion, and well-furnished bedrooms, the majority of which have en-suite facilities, complete this charming house. Outside, there is the use of a private hot tub as well as a private swimming pool. There is a large well tended garden with plenty of space and sitting out areas for all to enjoy and a play area for small children. Located just outside the village of Beaford, there is also a local pub within walking distance.
    North Devon has plenty to see and do, and is home to some of the best beaches in the country including Woolacombe and Saunton. The nearest beach is at Instow and is ideal for children or just a great place to walk off life’s stresses, and then enjoy a meal or drink at one of the pubs and restaurants along the front. The town of Great Torrington is only a short drive away and has most amenities you may require. The larger regional town of Barnstaple has a busy high street, the Pannier Market and famous Butchers Row. There are numerous places of interest close by including the RHS gardens at Rosemoor, Dartington Crystal and the historic fishing village at Clovelly. For the younger ones a visit to the Big Sheep or Milky Way Adventure Parks is a good option. There is walking on Dartmoor or hire a bike and cycle the Tarka Trail, and there is also golf and fishing available locally.
    Beaford House is also a registered wedding venue and as well as the large house, there is also access to a great, well equipped function room should you decide to spend your big day here. Shop 5 miles, pub ¾ mile.
    £972
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  • The Loft, East Riding Of YorkshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    "Peace and tranquillity set amongst Yorkshire’s finest countryside and long stretches of magnificent beaches..."


    Steeped in history these former barn buildings have been lovingly restored using all of the original materials. Presented to a very high standard and offering spacious accommodation, each holiday cottage has its own enclosed garden for sole use, to while away the hours overlooking stunning paddocks where deer and foxes play. Guests have free use of the owners’ private indoor heated swimming pool, a communal games room and a children’s play area. The complex is surrounded by open countryside and a newly planted broad leaf woodland area, and is only four miles from the pretty village of Brandesburton. Oaklands wedding venue is situated in the 150 acres of woodland that surround the properties. Struncheon Hill Farm is a haven for those who enjoy having fun around water with a river, lake and pond nearby. Fishing, canal cruises and a Jet Ski and Diving School are less than half a mile from the door. Visitors will find locally an 18-hole golf course, horse riding, clay pigeon shooting, a parachute and gliding centre, and an RSPB bird sanctuary.

    Just a short drive leads to the traditional seaside resorts of Bridlington, Scarborough and Filey with miles of Blue Flag sandy beaches, colourful promenades, inns and tea rooms in abundance, offering the perfect family day out. Walking and cycling tracks surround the cottages and there is easy access to the Yorkshire Wolds - one of Yorkshire’s best-kept secrets. Robin Hoods Bay is well worth a visit, where children will love the chance to search for fossils amongst the rock pools. For stunning views, Flamborough Head is a must and visitors will delight in the puffin colonies that cling to the cliff side. For an alternative day trip, York will not disappoint and meandering along the cobbled streets of ‘The Shambles’, packed with curio and antique shops, as well as many museums including The National Railway Museum and Jorvik Viking Centre will keep both adults and children alike amused for hours. Explore British heritage when visiting stately homes and halls such as Burton Agnes Hall with its large collection of Monet and Renoir paintings, or Sledmere Hall with its beautiful gardens only a 30-minute drive away. The attractive market town of Beverley 12 miles away, where visitors can enjoy ancient cobbled streets, quaint shops and friendly local people, completes the area of peace and tranquility surrounding Struncheon Hill Farm. Shops, pub and restaurant 4 miles.

    Four Bays (IOH), River View (IOJ), Broad Leaf (IOK), Woodlands (IOL), Meadow View (IOM) and The Loft (UKC2652) can be booked together to accommodate up to 50 guests.
    £440
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  • Bressingham Hall, NorfolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Bressingham Hall is a fabulous and historic estate located in Norfolk. It was originally built in the late 17th century, with subsequent renovations and additions over the centuries. The estate has seen various owners and uses during its existence. One of its notable owners was the Reverend Richard Congreve, a key figure in the Victorian era who contributed significantly to the gardens at Bressingham. His passion for horticulture laid the foundation for the spectacular gardens that the estate is renowned for today.
    This grand Grade II country house is complete with eight bedrooms and seven bathrooms, sleeping up to 21 guests. Having a sweeping staircase in the fabulous entrance hall, elegant rooms and beautiful grounds, this property is ideal for families to get together for special occasions and celebrations. You will find decorative fireplaces in several rooms, whilst the formal dining room can seat up to 18 guests. The bright and airy bedrooms have great proportions and are beautifully furnished; many are en-suite. The kitchen is very well-appointed with all the necessary equipment needed to cook up a storm.
    The house sits next to public gardens - Bressingham Gardens. The highly acclaimed and renowned gardens are regularly featured on TV, radio and in magazines. Guests are granted access to these public gardens from dawn until dusk. Outside, there is a private enclosed garden attached to the house, with a lawned terrace for outside dining and an ornamental fish pond. A hot tub can be booked and installed in this area at an additional cost, if required. There is a converted barn and marquee situated nearby, which is available for weddings, celebrations and parties, available by arrangement with the owner.
    Whether you are a gardening enthusiast, a history buff, or simply seeking a peaceful and picturesque destination in Norfolk, Bressingham Hall is a must-visit attraction that offers a blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage.
    £563
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  • Dungarthill House, Perth and KinrossInstant Book Overlay Image
    An impressive, Victorian detached holiday home resting on the outskirts of Dunkeld, Perthshire. Games room. Expansive grounds. Off-road parking. Blairgowrie 9.9 miles; Perth 14.4 miles; Pitlochry 15.8 miles.
    £834
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  • Argyle House, Argyll and ButeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Isle of Bute, Scotland
    A large guest house and annex over three floors in a prime position in the town of Rothesay, Isle of Bute. Garden with seating and hot tub. Coastal views. Ideal for special occasions and large groups. Port Bannatyne 1.7 miles; Kilchattan 7.8 miles.
    £314
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  • Argyle House, Argyll And ButeInstant Book Overlay Image
    This spacious house is set in a delightful position in the coastal town of Rothesay, on the beautiful Isle of Bute. One of the most accessible Scottish islands, the Isle of Bute is just a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde. Here you will find the Victoriana meets art deco-style resort of Rothesay with its palm trees and promenade. Bute has some extraordinarily varied landscapes considering it is only 15 miles long and 4 miles wide.
    Set over three floors with a main house and annex, Argyle House is a wonderful base for families and friends to come together for a special occasion or family catch-up. The well-equipped kitchen is perfect for rustling up a holiday feast to enjoy together in the impressive dining room, means there is plenty of space to spread out and relax after a busy day.

    When you’re ready to explore, the captivating town of Rothesay offers plenty of amenities from independent shops to pubs, bars and restaurants, not to mention the impressive castle ruins and Mount Stuart House. To the north of Rothesay, through the small community of Porth Bannatyne, lies Ettrick Bay, Bute’s most accessible beach, which is a haven for able swimmers· Bute is perfect for cycling, and the circuit of the island on the quiet roads is about 21 miles with none of the hills being too taxing· There are plenty of lovely beaches for a seaside stroll, and there is sea fishing off the piers if you want to try for mackerel and inland there are lochs to catch rainbow trout and pike· The Firth of Clyde is a sailing paradise, and golf enthusiasts are well catered for on the Isle of Bute· This quaint island even has its own gin distillery, definitely worth a visit! Exploring the rest of Scotland could not be easier; simply catch a ferry across to Glasgow and make the most of the fabulous attractions and amenities on offer. Beach 50 yards.
    £345
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  • Heatherdene, North YorkshireInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    This large, detached house has a rich history, originally constructed in 1899 as a hunting lodge. Over the years, it transformed into a boarding school before being converted into the magnificent vacation retreat it is today. As you approach Heatherdene, you are greeted by a spacious gravelled driveway with ample parking for up to six cars.
    Step inside, and the ground floor reveals an array of exceptional features designed to cater to your every need. You can dine together in the grand dining room, where the stove adds an atmospheric glow in the evenings. Additionally, the ground floor features a convenient coat and boots room, providing a dedicated space for storing outdoor equipment such as golf clubs, fishing rods, and bicycles. Two toilets are also available, ensuring practicality and convenience for all guests.
    Venture upstairs, and you’ll discover a total of eight beautifully appointed bedrooms, each offering its own en-suite shower and a TV for added comfort and privacy. Spread across the first and second floors, these elegant rooms provide a tranquil haven to retreat to after a day of adventure. Heatherdene’s location in Goathland presents a wonderful opportunity to explore the captivating North York Moors National Park. Known for its stunning landscapes, the park encompasses vast expanses of heather-covered moorland, ancient woodlands, and charming villages. Goathland itself is a picturesque village with a rich history and is famous for its appearances in popular TV shows and films, including the iconic village of ‘Aidensfield’ in the television series ‘Heartbeat’ and as ‘Hogsmeade’ in the Harry Potter films. Within the National Park, you’ll find a wealth of attractions and activities to suit all interests. From scenic hikes and bike rides along the numerous trails, to taking a trip on the heritage steam train, there are endless opportunities to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the surroundings.
    £256
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