Dog Friendly Hotels North Yorkshire
The North Yorkshire Moors in God's own county has some of the best walks and scenery in the country. From the highest pub in the country to the Yorkshire Three Peaks, rolling hills and ancient woodland are tempting enough to make North Yorkshire one of the best destinations for a dog friendly holiday.
- Grassington, EnglandKelvin House is an apartment within an historic Georgian property, situated in the heart of Grassington, with designated private parking for 2 cars. Beautifully converted in to a three-bedroom apartment and retaining much of the original character throughout, this fantastic property boasts beams in almost every room.
Tastefully furnished in keeping with the property, Kelvin House has been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. Enjoy a bite to eat and snuggle up in front of the wood burner during those chillier days or go out and explore the many pubs, shops, and eateries that Grassington has to offer.
For those of you who are keen walkers and cyclists, there is a multitude of options available right on your doorstep and bike storage is available on-site in a shared garage.
Whether you are choosing Kelvin House as a base to explore this stunning region, or simply just to enjoy Grassington itself, this is the perfect property for couples, friends, and families. Shop, pub, and restaurant 175 yards.£91Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandBeautiful ground floor studio in heart of Grassington. Ideal romantic retreat with king-size bed. Village amenities on doorstep. Excellent walking. Skipton 9 miles.£48Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandBright and airy studio apartment in the heart of Grassington, a stone's throw from the village square. Romantic retreat, superb base for walking/touring. Skipton 9 miles.£51Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandDelightful end-terrace property situated close to banks of River Wharfe, 4 mins walk from centre of Grassington, offering 5 bedrooms and views of river and dales from sitting room. Skipton 9 miles.£226Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandDelightful apartment within a stone-built terrace cottage in centre of Grassington. All ground floor with summer room overlooking garden. Woodburning stove. Skipton 9 miles.£64Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandThis detached barn conversion is tucked away in a hidden valley within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, yet just 2 miles away from the bustling village of Grassington, which is well served with pubs, restaurants and individual country shops. The village also hosts the Grassington Festival, where well known stars perform, or near Christmas it holds the Dickensian Festival to really get people in a festive mood. Tom’s Barn has been lovingly restored and stands proudly on a hill, and the living room is upstairs to take advantage of the glorious views, both inside, with fantastic Cruck beams, and outside, over the hills to the moors above Hebden Gill.
This is a peaceful location ideal for getting away from the bustle of everyday life, with fantastic walks direct from the door, and for cyclists this is Tour De France country. The grounds lead on to ’fairyland’, a special area of oak and ash trees, bluebells and foxgloves, a beautiful wild and dramatic place.
For shopaholics, the famous spa town of Harrogate is a half an hour drive away. Here, you will find the normal high street shops and also high end fashion, or take time to have a traditional afternoon tea at Betty’s tea room. A little further afield lies the historic city of York with its Minster, museums and quaint cobbled streets. Shops and restaurant 3 miles, pub ½ mile.£90Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandTucked away just off the square in the bustling village of Grassington, nestled in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this cosy cottage has been carefully decorated with comfort in mind. The property has a wealth of character with exposed beams and combines traditional furnishings with contemporary comforts.
Set just a short stroll from all the local amenities, wonderful walking opportunities direct from the doorstep await, either over the moors or along the River Wharfe. The incredible scenery of the surrounding area offers breathtaking drives and picnic options galore.
The quaint village of Grassington, which plays a starring role in the current version of All Creatures Great and Small, is a delight any time of the year. Whether you prefer the quiet solitude of winter, lamb watching in spring, the wildflowers of summer, or the various festivals (the Arts Festival in June, the 1940s Weekend in September, and the Dickensian Festival in December), you can expect a warm welcome. The village is well served with family run tea rooms, shops, pubs, and restaurants, all within 50 yards of Ivy Cottage.
Alternatively, the bustling market town of Skipton is just 9 miles away and offers a wider selection of shopping and eating options, as well as a Norman castle that stands proudly at the head of the cobbled high street. Here you can take a boat trip on the canal or enjoy the open-air market four days a week.£84Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandTucked away just off the main square in a delightful courtyard location, this ground floor holiday apartment combines its original features with the comforts of modern living and the advantage of a designated car parking space directly outside. It lies within the centre of Grassington, which has a wide selection of country shops, pubs and restaurants, and makes an ideal base from which to walk or tour the wonderful Yorkshire Dales National Park. In June Grassington plays host to a Music and Arts Festival which draws a wide variety of well known performers and in September Grassington hosts a 1940’s weekend. December brings the Christmas market to the village. The bustling market town of Skipton with its Norman castle, canal trips and golf course can be reached within 10 miles. Nearby there are pubs, restaurants, coffee shops and individual shops selling a wide variety of local treasures, as well as a post office and supermarket and a bus service to get you back. Alternatively, for those who enjoy a spa experience, Long Ashes, 1.5miles away, offers an indoor swimming pool and beauty therapy. National Trust properties and sites are a short drive away.£52Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandNestled in the small, picturesque village of Hebden, this 19th-century, end-terraced former lead miner’s cottage is surprisingly spacious and enjoys a quiet location in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with beautiful views from the front patio. Extensively restored, the property retains its original character and charm, with exposed stonework, beams, wooden floors and an inglenook style fireplace.
Carefully furnished throughout, Swallows Nest makes a lovely home from which to either walk or tour the wonderful scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village of Hebden boasts a fantastic tea room just 550 yards away, and Grassington is just under 2 miles; a charming little town with a wide range of individual country shops, pubs and restaurants. Grassington also plays host to a variety of events including the Summer Music and Arts Festival, which attracts many internationally-known actors, artists and poets every year. Leave the car behind and head to Grassington or the nearby village of Burnsall on foot via the riverside footpaths. You can stop for a bite to eat and a drink in one of the local pubs, before sauntering back along the River Wharfe.
Bolton Abbey, 9 miles, is sure to thrill history buffs and children alike, with its ancient abbey and magical woodland walks. The National Trust property of Studley Royal Park and the unusual rock formations at Brimham Rocks, also a National Trust site, both make for interesting days out, and further afield lie the spa town of Harrogate and York, easily accessed and steeped in history. Shop 1½ miles, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.£85Price per night from
- Grassington, EnglandTucked away in the pretty village of Hebden, this stone built cottage is in a quiet location, ideal for retreating from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with excellent walking, cycling and touring direct from your doorstep in magnificent scenery. This property has the added benefit of a local pub serving good food and an excellent village tea room serving scrumptious cakes, it really doesn’t get any better!
When you have finished exploring, sit back, put your feet up in front of the wood burner and relax. The bustling village of Grassington offers independent country shops, pubs and restaurants with good pub grub. Fine dining is just a short distance away. In summer there is an Arts Festival where you will find famous actors, comedians, presenters and artists. In winter it plays host to the Dickensian Festival to really get you in the Christmas spirit. The market town of Skipton is just 11 miles away and enjoys a wide, sweeping cobbled high street with a Norman castle standing proudly at the head of the town. The National Trust properties of Studley Royal and Fountains Abbey are within easy driving distance and make for a lovely day out. Shop 1¾ miles, pub and restaurant 400 yards.£67Price per night from