Dog Friendly Hotels Peak District
The Peak District is packed full of monumental walks and destinations including Kinder Scout, Hope Valley, Ladybower Reservoir and Curbar Edge. With spectacular views and historical estates, the Peak District National Park makes for a superb pooch getaway.
- Hathersage, England
Millstone Inn is a charming dog-friendly Inn, located on the edge of the village of Hathersage looking up the Hope Valley - the gateway to the beautiful Peak Park.£95Price per night from
- Chesterfield, England
Ringwood Hall Hotel & Spa is a beautiful 19th-century manor house hotel set amongst six acres of formal award-winning gardens and surrounded by 29 acres of parkland - the perfect location for a dog-friendly getaway.£112Price per night from
- Bakewell, England
The dog-friendly Robin Hood Farm in the Peak District is a charming Bed & Breakfast ideally situated in the picturesque village of Bakewell.£150Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Buxton, EnglandFor lovers of the great outdoors, Nield Bank Bungalow, standing detached, offers an idyllic picturesque location, with the final approach to the cottage taking you directly to the centre of the fabulous White Peak countryside. An abundance of walking is available direct from the doorstep, including to the village of Flash (the highest village in England), where you can embark on the Three Shires Heads route, where the counties of Staffordshire, Cheshire and Derbyshire meet.
Although a truly rural location and perfect for getting away from it all, the spa town of Buxton, famous for its water and opera house, is just 5 miles away. A friendly local shop and pub serving food is less than a mile away, and a number of other Peak District towns and villages are easily accessible, including Longnor with its quaint cobbled market square which is just a 10-minute drive. The ever popular villages of Hartington, Eyam and Castleton are all easily reachable in around half an hour, as is the busy market town of Bakewell and the Alton Towers theme park. The magnificent historic houses of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall can be reached in around 40 minutes, as can Matlock with its cable car to the Heights of Abraham. Shop, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.£53Price per night from
- Barrow upon Trent, EnglandThese large attractive properties, situated in the grounds of the owner’s home, are just off a track in peaceful countryside, yet close to many amenities. Stenson Hill Farm can accommodate the largest family party, with own snooker room and attractive conservatory providing the dining area for the whole party and a lawned garden and large patio, whilst Stenson Lodge accommodates the slightly smaller group and has an attractive lawned garden overlooking the owner’s aviary with exotic birds. Both enjoy views over surrounding farmland and boast built-in barbecues. There are many attractions around with Calke Abbey and Derby with its theatres, clubs and restaurants within a 15 minute drive, whilst Ashbourne and Dovedale are 15 miles. Well worth a day out for any family or group are Matlock Bath, 20 miles, Alton Towers, 22 miles and Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, a comfortable drive away. This property can be booked together with Stenson Hill Farm (ref 16165) to accommodate up to 34 guests. Shop and pub within ½ mile.£339Price per night from
- Bolsover, EnglandIncorporating a fabulous 1930s art deco theme throughout, this spacious semi-detached holiday property has been beautifully and lovingly renovated over a period of time, with superb insight and attention to detail. Quality period furnishings have been sought out and adorn each of the rooms, some having been beautifully restored, and the result is a bold masterpiece in the popular market town of Bolsover.
Most famous for its castle, Bolsover is ideally situated in the heart of the country between Sherwood Forest famous for Robin Hood, the Major Oak and RSPB centre; Newstead Abbey, the caves of Nottingham and the Peak District, and offers a superb blend of spectacular scenery and fabulous walking opportunities. Cultural activities, events and walking festivals regularly take place throughout the town, which is also home to a local market every Tuesday and Friday, and is bursting with local shops, restaurants and bars offering plenty for visitors to the area.
For guests who enjoy stately homes and gardens, Bolsover Castle is a matter of minutes away, and is home to magnificent paintings and extensive gardens. Hardwick Hall, known as one of the most splendid houses in England, can be reached in 20 minutes and the magnificent houses of Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall in around 40 minutes. The historic town of Chesterfield, which is most notable for its famous crooked spire, can be reached in around 20 minutes, and Sherwood Forest in around 30 minutes.
Finally, a whole host of Peak District towns and villages such as Edale (home to the start of the Pennine Way), Buxton with its diverse architecture, the show caves of Castleton, Matlock and its cable car, and Bakewell which is famous for its puddings, are all under an hour away. With events throughout the year, 18-20 September, The Great British Food Festival Hardwick Hall, 3 October Bolsover Brass Festival, Shirebrook Academy and 6-24 November Christmas Market, Chatsworth House to name a few. There is plenty to keep you busy during you’re stay no matter what time of the year is it! Shop and restaurant ¾ mile, pub ½ mile.£72Price per night from
- Buxton, EnglandWoodside View is in the picturesque village of Longnor which is in the heart of the Peak District.
Sleeping up to seven guests in three bedrooms, the master having an en-suite. With an open fire in the living room, south facing garden and patio area with outdoor seating to enjoy the views. There is ample off-road parking at the front of the property. Longnor village has everything for you to enjoy your stay.
There is a local pub serving real ale and good food. There is a well-stocked licensed general store, a post office which sells wonderful breads and preserves. Longnor has a fish and chip shop and a small, but delightful childrens park Woodside View is a haven for walkers and cyclists to explore the Tissington and High Peak cycle tracks.
Nearby is Buxton with its eventful Opera House, the Crescent Hotel which was recently opened boasting a 5-star spa and the pavilion Gardens, Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall are both within easy reach, along with numerous National Trust Properties, Parks and Gardens, and delightful historic market towns and villages.£167Price per night from
- Derby, EnglandThis heart-warming retreat is perfect for couples and families alike seeking a rural location yet halfway between the bustling cities of Nottingham and Derby, also an easy drive away from the wonderful Peak District National Park. The cottage, built for salt mill workers is 18th century, and its name originates from Wilne Lane which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
Shardlow is an unexpected delight for any unsuspecting visitor, whether emerging from the Derby conurbation in the north and finding quiet, spacious, sweeping greenery, or from the south where a signpost tells you you’re now in Derbyshire, although without the hills and dales you might have been expecting. As you spy the boats, locks, and warehouses, you might even wonder if you’ve been transported to a corner of the Netherlands, an impression that would have been even more likely if Shardlow had hung on to its windmill and more importantly in its hayday it was referred to as ‘Rural Rotterdam’ and ‘Little Liverpool’. Today Shardlow is Britain’s most complete surviving example of a canal village, much of it snuggled safely in a conservation area.
Discover the National Trust property of Kedleston Hall, Derby Museum and Art Gallery and a variety of independent shops, supermarkets, pubs, and cafés in case you fancy a spot of lunch or picking up a souvenir for your loved one’s back home. There is a rich network of footpaths that radiate from the village with undulating countryside of fields, meadows, bluebell woods and a famous cave, ideal for horse riders, hikers, runners, and cyclists. For more history and culture, visit Nottingham Castle Museum, the National Trust Grade I listed building Calke Abbey, Art Gallery and Wollaton park, as well as the ancient City of Caves. Alveston Castle is only 5 minutes away. Further afield is the beautiful Peak District National Park, home to a wonderful nature reserve such as Dovedale, ideal for all manner of walking, hiking and mountain biking opportunities. With canal side pubs, restaurants, and waterside walks straight from the door there is plenty to do at Wilne Cottage.£68Price per night from
- Bakewell, England
Dog-friendly Robin Hood cottage is a delightful self-catering cottage that is on the Robin Hood Farm in the Peak District surrounded by fabulous moors and woodland.£200Price per night from
- Bakewell, EnglandA superb one-bedroom cottage resting on Burton Manor Farm on the outskirts of Bakewell, Derbyshire. In a National Park. Open-plan. Romantic. Shared games room. Chatsworth 6 miles; Matlock 9.7 miles; Buxton 12.6 miles.£54Price per night from