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.
- Chester, EnglandThe Pool House is a beautifully unique holiday home located in the popular semi-rural village of Hale, Liverpool. With its poolside setting the property is impressive from the outset, and once inside boasts a wonderful, vaulted ceiling with striking exposed beams and industrial style brick walls. The sociable open plan living space overlooks the swimming pool giving a holiday vibe, and two sets of patio doors give direct access for refreshing swims on hot summer days. Downstairs you’ll find the incredibly spacious bedroom with en-suite facilities and outside together with the pool (open Jun – Sep) is a lovely garden area where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.
Hale is a small village with thatched roof cottages and tree lined avenues, around 30 minutes from the centre of Liverpool. There’s two food serving pubs, a beautiful park, lighthouse, and statue of John Middleton, also known as the Childe of Hale, who was said to have stood at nine foot three inches tall! If you’re looking to explore the surrounding area, there’s plenty of attractions easily accessible. In Liverpool you can explore the city’s rich cultural heritage, including the famous Albert Dock, The Beatles Story, and the Liverpool Cathedral. If you’re looking to escape the city, there’s the beautiful beaches of Formby and Crosby where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll along the shore, together with Knowsley Safari Park and Aintree Racecourse. The historic city of Chester is also within easy reach where you can explore the Roman walls and visit the famous Chester Zoo.
Whether you’re looking for some poolside relaxation or a base for exploring Liverpool and the surrounding area, this superb holiday cottage is the most perfect choice for an unforgettable holiday experience.£51From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Chester, EnglandNestled in the picturesque village of Farndon, just a short drive from the historic city of Chester is the charming Smithy Cottage. It offers a comfortable and relaxing retreat for up to four guests. On entering the cottage you are welcomed into the farmhouse style kitchen/dining room that is well-equipped with modern appliances. There’s a separate cosy living room with comfortable seating and a Smart TV. The modern bathroom is also on the ground floor and boasts a shower over the bath and plenty of fluffy towels. Upstairs are two comfortable bedrooms, both beautifully furnished with high quality linens. The master bedroom has a sumptuous double bed, and the second more compact room has a single bed, plus a full-size single pull-out bed. Outside, guests can relax on the bench to the front or take a stroll through the charming village of Farndon with its traditional pubs, independent shops, and stunning riverside walks.
The Grade I listed bridge over the River Dee is a few minutes’ walk and is a medieval wonder that links Farndon to the Welsh village of Holt. Its convenient location, just a short drive from the city of Chester, means there is a wealth of attractions including historical buildings, city walls, Chester Racecourse, shops, bars, restaurants and, of course, Chester Zoo. Other accessible cities include Liverpool, Shrewsbury and Manchester which can all be reached in under an hour, and in Wales the market town of Wrexham is just 6 miles away. A bus service 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. Whatever you’re looking for in your break away, Smithy Cottage makes the perfect choice.£64From 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
- 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.£154From 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.£51From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Nantwich, EnglandThis charming detached cottage has plenty of space for all the family to enjoy. The living room has very comfortable sofas and a warming wood burner for those chiller evenings, there’s also a separate seating area in the conservatory. There are two bedrooms, comprising one double and one kingsize, both of which have been stylishly decorated with quality mattresses and furnishings. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything you’ll need for your stay along with separate dining room. Outside is a large garden area with seating and steps down to a picture perfect stream.
The old market town of Malpas, which is actually classed as a large village, is under 2 miles away, and has plenty of shops and other amenities. Malpas is home to a Norman motte and bailey castle and consists of half-timbered ancient buildings, a Grade I listed church and Cholmondeley Castle. The property is ideally placed for visiting Chester, North Wales and Shropshire and is within easy reach of a plethora of activities. The historic walled city of Chester has much to offer including Chester racecourse and Chester Zoo, as well as excellent shopping and restaurants. Tarporley, the Delamere Forest and Beeston Castle are also nearby. Llangollen in North Wales is also a great place to explore, with its horse drawn canal barges, steam railway, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct which you can canoe over, and white water activities such as rafting, tubing and gorge walking, slightly further afield is Snowdonia National Park. Best of all is the huge range of walks and cycling routes directly from the doorstep.£57From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Nantwich, EnglandThis wonderfully cosy cottage can be found just a short walk from the very centre of the vibrant Cheshire town of Nantwich. Perfect for couples, friends, and small families alike. Once inside the living space is a sociable open plan design, with a wood burning stove pride of place on a beautiful slate hearth for cosy winter evenings. The modern industrial style kitchen has been impressively finished with wooden block work surfaces, and outside you’ll find a cute, enclosed patio area perfect for a morning coffee or evening glass of wine.
Standing of the banks of the River Weaver and Shropshire Union Canal, Nantwich is a medieval market town with a cool modern edge. Whilst meandering around the atmospheric pedestrianised centre you’ll see historic timbered buildings housing lots of little independent shops, pubs and cafés that accommodate most tastes. The traditional indoor market hall is open three times a week, and in the summer the town centre really comes alive with floral displays throughout the streets and the town square festooned with bunting. Quite uniquely there’s a heated outdoor Brine Pool (May-Sep) and the town also plays host to many events throughout the year, including the legendary Jazz, Blues and Music Festival at Easter and the world-famous International Cheese Awards in July. For some local tastes Nantwich is also home to Sungburys Award Winning Ice Cream Farm and Chatwins Bakery which was established in the town over one hundred years ago.
Outside of Nantwich nearby Audlem (15 minutes) 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. A little further afield is the county town Shrewsbury, or magnificent cities of both Chester and Manchester which can be reached in around an hour’s drive or by train from Nantwich station which is just 0.5 miles away. For those who like to explore the great outdoors you can pick up the Sandstone Trail in nearby Tarporley, 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.£182From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Hale, EnglandThis detached, Grade II listed, thatched holiday cottage, dates back to the 15th century and was the birthplace and home of John Middleton, the 9ft 3in giant known as the Childe of Hale. The village, home to two local pubs serving food, is on the Trans Pennine Trail and the area is great for walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers. Visit include Speke Hall, Liverpool, Albert Dock, Knowsley Safari Park, Chester, Haydock and Aintree racecourses. The north west also has miles of unspoilt coastline including beaches at Ainsdale, Formby and Crosby. Shop 500 yards, pub 150 yards, restaurant 1½ miles.£64From price per night based on 7 night stay