Dog-friendly Hotels 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 for your Cheshire break, all with a warm welcome and dog friendly rooms.
- 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
- Macclesfield, EnglandA traditional stone-built cottage full of character settled in Adlington, Cheshire. Woodburning stove. Off-road parking. Enclosed garden. Macclesfield 5.2 miles; Buxton 11.5 miles; Manchester 17.5 miles.£60From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Macclesfield, EnglandOffering a rural experience, Drumble Lodge can be found at the end of a winding country lane on a working farm amidst beautiful Cheshire countryside. The location is peaceful and serene, where you can enjoy the sounds of bird song throughout the day and the distinctive calls of owls at night. The farm on which the lodge stands has been registered as a wedding venue and will accommodate smaller weddings. Pet sheep and goats that meander around the paddock next to the lodge, and in the distance, you’ll see cows grazing in the meadow. Despite the rural setting, the property has Sky Link Wi-Fi with 200 megabites per second.
A selection of outdoor seating areas are available where you can relax, unwind and once the sun sets gaze at the stars beyond through the telescope provided. A traditional dog friendly, food serving pub is a mere 10-minute walk, and ample footpaths radiate from the area just waiting to be explored. The pretty market town of Congleton can be reached in around 10 minutes and is home to ample amenities including a selection of supermarkets and shops together with many bars and restaurants.
The National Trusts Biddulph Grange Country Park and Little Moreton Hall are also accessible in around a 10-minute drive. You can take a waterside stroll along the River Dane, cycle the tranquil traffic free Biddulph Valley Way, or walk to the famous atmospheric ruins of Mow Cop Castle and lesser-known Old Man of Mow.
The Peak District National Park is around a 30-minute drive and the city of Manchester can be reached in under an hour on a direct train from Congleton station. For those with children Delamere Forest, Manley Mere and Britain’s premier theme park Alton Towers can be reached in around 45 minutes and then finally the city of Chester, Blue Planet Aquarium and Chester Zoo in around an hour.£68From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Macclesfield, EnglandThis superb semi-detached cottage can be found just over half a mile from the centre of Disley, which is best known as the home to the National Trusts magnificent Lyme Park.
Completely renovated throughout in 2022 the property benefits from beautiful views over the surrounding countryside, and also has lovely gardens to the rear. Being less than a mile from the Peak District National Park on the border of Cheshire and Derbyshire means the location is perfect for lovers of the great outdoors, with ample wonderful walks and cycle trails literally on the doorstep. Disley itself is a thriving village with a range of amenities including pubs, restaurants and a train station that can be reached in around a 15-minute walk. Disley Station offers a direct service to both Manchester and Buxton in just 30 minutes meaning the hustle and bustle of city life can be combined with the peace and tranquillity of the countryside.
Neighbouring New Mills can be reached in around a 10-minute drive and is home to the Torrs Riverside Park and Millennium Walkway, which is a much-admired bridge set deep into the gorge. Buxton is just 20 minutes and most famous for its therapeutic spring water, Pavilion Gardens and of course Opera House. Also, just 20 minutes is the beautiful honeypot village of Castleton, wonderful Edale which is the start/end of the Pennine Way and Hayfield from where you can hike to the highest point in the Peak District, Kinder Scout. Pub within 1 mile.£102From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Macclesfield, EnglandAccessed down a long winding track in a beautiful rural environment is the wonderful Hollowcowhey Farm Cottage. Set on the owners working farm this former barn has been beautifully converted to provide warm, comfortable, and quirky accommodation just perfect for couples.
Located in the magnificent Peak District National Park means the surrounding area is home to incredible countryside with excellent walking, mountain biking, cycling and rock climbing all easily accessible. Secure bike storage is available together with facilities to wash them down, and any four-legged friends. Its rural location means the nights are peaceful, dark and the grounds are visited by local red deer herds, greater spotted woodpeckers, lapwings, badgers, and foxes to name but a few.
Although truly rural, for anyone looking to venture further afield the towns of Bollington, Macclesfield, Buxton, and Whaley Bridge are all accessible in a 15 – 20-minute drive. In Whaley Bridge you can stroll along the tow path to the Buxworth Basin or take a narrow boat trip. The famous spa town of Buxton boasts the opera house, Pavilion Gardens, and the 5* Buxton Spa for anyone looking for some pampering. Bollington is a thriving town with plenty of busy pubs, eateries, bars, and cafés, and both Whaley Bridge and Macclesfield have train stations offering a direct service to Manchester in under an hour. You can travel through Winnets Pass to the charming village of Castleton in just over half an hour or visit Chatsworth House and Bakewell in around 45 minutes. Matlock Bath and Alton Towers also make great days out - the choice really is yours to do as much or as little as you like.£111From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Macclesfield, EnglandA warm welcome at Oakenbank barn awaits you with its open plan living area with a modern kitchen alongside a dining table to seat all guests. A relaxing wood burner can be enjoyed in the living space with comfy seating and a wall mounted television, so you don’t miss out on those favourite programmes. Within the open plan space guests can choose to stay in the double four poster bed whilst the wood burner crackles away. The galleried area in the barn has two single beds for guests and a modern family bathroom can be found downstairs for guests. There are stunning, uninterrupted views down the valley which can be enjoyed whilst seated on the patio furniture in the lovely courtyard of this pretty barn.
When ready to get out and about in the local area, you can choose to walk straight from the front door to start your day with a visit to the Ingersley Vale Waterfall or popular local landmark white Nancy, or maybe just a short drive away for a hike up Macc View for outstanding scenery. History buffs will relish in a trip to the nearby town of Macclesfield where they can discover the rich and captivating history of Armoury Towers and Fence Alms Houses or the Priests House that rests in the quintessential village of Prestbury.
Nearby Macclesfield is a market town and civil parish resting in Cheshire, England, on the outer fringes of the Peak District National Park. Boasting a wide range of pubs and restaurants for that fine dining experience, as well as some shops and supermarkets for picking up any last-minute essentials and indulging in a shopping spree, also offering Pott Shrigley (only 1 mile away) Tytherington (approximately 4miles) and Macclesfield Golf Club (approximately 5miles). The Peak District National Park offers a large number of country sites with ample walking and cycling opportunities. Further afield is the thriving city of Manchester which boasts plenty of popular tourist attractions, including Old Trafford stadium if you’re a Manchester United fan, or the Etihad stadium for the blue half of manchester, the popular theatre and art museum The Lowry and even family-friendly activities. The Trafford centre is a 30min drive away. This barn really is a delightful choice for friends, families and couples seeking to explore this wonderful area of Cheshire. Several Pubs and restaurants only ½ mile, and we’ll within walking distance.£81From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Warmingham , England
An ideal base for exploring the countryside with your canine in tow, stay at dog-friendly The Bear’s Paw in Cheshire, a charming country hotel located in the picturesque village of Warmingham, dating back to the 19th century.£115Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available