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.
- Ingleton, EnglandThis traditional double fronted property built in 1875, can be found in the centre of the popular Yorkshire village of Ingleton. Highfield House is home from home, with a magnificent rear garden and off road parking for two cars. This property is ideal for a family or a small group, accommodating six guests across three bedrooms. I think you will agree that the owners of this beautiful home have thought of everything to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible. The ’pièce de résistance’ of this wonderful property is the outdoor space. Accessed from the landing area via the back door onto a mezzanine seating area with modern glass balustrading, you will discover the perfect spot to enjoy a fresh morning coffee. There is a further seating area on this level for the whole group to enjoy. Beyond this point, you will be amazed to discover lots more the garden has to offer. Firstly, there is a quaint ’Glass House’ with 2 sun loungers and a water feature, the perfect sanctuary for ultimate relaxation whilst losing yourself in your favourite novel. Across from here, there’s a Garden Bar/Shed, set up with bar area, plenty of glasses and a seating area from which you can enjoy a view of the garden whilst sipping your favourite tipple. Up a few steps you will find another large seating patio area with ’L’ shaped sofa, a perfect spot to sit on warm sunny days. Across from here a ’Barrel’ shaped Sauna seating six.
Up some further steps at the top of the garden there is an outdoor shower, hot tub for six with far reaching views and brick built BBQ. Last but not least, there is a large garden room with kitchen area, lounge seating, Freeview TV, built in radio/bluetooth sound system, coffee machine, ice cube machine, wood burner and various garden toys/games. This property will amaze all who stay, it really does offer the ’wow’ factor the whole party will appreciate. So, if you can manage to tear yourself away from this home, Ingleton has an indoor climbing and bouldering wall, cycle pump track, outdoor swimming pool and children’s riverside play area. There are many walks in the area, including the famous waterfalls trail and Whitescar Caves. There are independent shops to explore including the award winning ’Seasons Bakery’ selling Artisan cakes and bakes. You will be spoilt for choice for places to eat and and drink too, Ingleton has an abundance of pubs, cafes, bars and restaurants including ’The Old Post Office,’ a cosy and quirky microbar. The Lake District and Lancaster are 30 mins away. Beach 20 miles.£115Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandDating back to the 1800s, this spacious terraced cottage, built for the village’s silk workers, is full of charm and character with exposed beams and stone walls. On the ground floor, there is a welcoming living room and dining area with wooden floor, a window seat, and a fireplace with a wood burner. There are comfortable leather sofas and plenty of books and games. The kitchen features a quarry tiled floor, exposed beams and a feature stone wall with built-in window seat. There is a fully-fitted kitchen, new for 2018, with Shaker-style units, solid wood worktops and another table by the window, perfect for breakfast. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need from a cafetière to a rolling pin and all mod cons including a dishwasher, microwave and freezer. To keep it all cosy there is a fire place with gas woodburner for instant heat and a plinth heater for toasty toes. Upstairs are two comfortable, good-sized bedrooms, one with exposed stone work, and a family bathroom with shower and Jacuzzi bath. Outside, to the rear of the property is a patio area with seating for al fresco dining. There is also a fully enclosed, pretty cottage garden accessed by four steps with a patio area and bench seat, perfect for bat watching in the evenings or enjoying the sun with a coffee first thing.
The cottage occupies a great position within the lovely village of Low Bentham, which has a 15th-century church, two great pubs with open fires, both of which serve excellent food, and a children’s play area a stone’s throw from the cottage. A wider range of amenities can be found in the market town of High Bentham just 1 mile away, including a post office, shops, pubs, cafés and restaurants.
Low Bentham is just 5 miles from the Yorkshire Dales National Park, less than half an hour to the Lake District National Park and minutes from the Trough of Bowland. On the doorstep are beautiful riverside walks, where a mile’s meandering will bring you to Bentham in time to buy freshly-baked croissants from the bakery. Silk Cottage is idyllic for those who want to enjoy the great outdoors, offering easy reach to Yorkshire’s Three Peaks, as well as a multitude of walks to suit every ability. It is also perfect cycling country, and the cottage has a bike store for anybody wishing to bring their bikes along for the break. You can certainly get your adrenaline fix in the local area. Climbing is one of the the most popular pastimes in the Yorkshire Dales, attracting passionate climbers from across the UK. There are lots of great climbing options nearby.
The popular village of Ingleton, which is just 4 miles away, is well known for its caves and waterfalls, climbing wall and open-air swimming pool. Being close to the border of Cumbria, Silk Cottage is also very well located for exploring the Lake District. Kendal can be reached in around half an hour by car and Windermere in 45 minutes. For the bright lights of the city, visit Lancaster, just half an hour away, or enjoy historic Skipton with its medieval castle, which is just 45 minutes away. For street markets pop to Settle, just 12 miles further into the Yorkshire Dales National Park, or for a paddle in the sea, Morecambe is just half an hour away. For serious retail therapy, visit Kirkby Lonsdale, just 8 miles from Silk Cottage, where 99% of the shops are independent retailers offering everything you could wish for. There’s even a chocolate mine! Beach 14 miles. Shop 1 mile, pub 175 yards and restaurant 20 yards.£49Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandPenny Black Cottage is a romantic cottage near Ingleton, nestled between the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and Lancashire’s Forest of Bowland.
This comfortable cottage for two people is an ideal base for an energetic activity trip such as walking, climbing, caving, riding, cycling, or a romantic setting if you just wish to relax and enjoy or even both. Why not enjoy a walk around the local Ingleton Waterfall trails or have an adventure into the White Scar Caves. Maybe seeing the famous Carlisle to Settle train on the impressive Ribblehead viaduct featured in the Harry Potter movies is more to your taste, either way you will be spoilt for choice at Penny Black Cottage.£49Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandNumber 6 Flying Horseshoe Cottage is a delightful, stone-built cottage located just a few hundred yards from the railway station on the outskirts of the pretty village of Clapham. The terrace property is packed full of character and charm, and is an excellent getaway for a couple or small family wishing to explore the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas. The garden is a superb place to relax and forget life’s troubles.
With the stunning Dales landscapes right on your doorstep, this terraced property, part of a barn conversion, is a great place to relax and enjoy country living, with the famous Settle-Carlisle Railway starting just a short drive away. The villages, towns and cities of Settle, Ingleton, Kirkby Lonsdale, Skipton, Leeds, Ribblehead, Dent, Garsdale and Appleby can easily be reached in the car or on the railway line. The cycling and walking opportunities are endless and there are a number of country pubs and award-winning restaurants all within a short distance. The local farm shop is also just a mile away, selling organic vegetables and local produce, and also has a coffee shop. Ingleton is always well worth a visit for its incredible scenery, impressive woodland waterfalls and stunning show caves. A great place to stay all year round!
Number 6 can be booked together with Number 3 (UK33333) to accommodate upto 6 guests.£45Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandYou enter the cottage into a small hallway which is ideal for kicking off boots and coats after a day’s sightseeing. The hall opens into the lounge area which is tastefully decorated with a modern feel but still retains some of the original cottage features. The lounge is open plan with the kitchen, which is well appointed with clean, modern cabinets and all the appliances you need including washing machine. The open tread stairs lead to the first floor which offers the master double bedroom, second bedroom and family bathroom. The whole feel of the property is light and airy with a fresh modern look.
The back door leads out to the garden which offers great views across the fields and a patio area for enjoying the long summer evenings. Ingleton is a little gem of a village known as the Land of caves and waterfalls and for good reason. Whitescar Cave, the longest show cave in Britain, is just north of Ingleton, under Ingleborough, one of the Yorkshire 3 Peaks and offers tours so you can appreciate how nature crafted this stunning spectacle over millions of years.
Above ground you can enjoy more of nature’s beauty by taking the Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, a 4.5 mile trail with distinctive geological features and associated plant life. An absolute must if visiting the area. The town itself offers a nice mix of independent shops, pubs and restaurants and the surrounding area is a draw for cyclists and walkers alike. Although located in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Ingleton also offers the stunning Lake District within a commutable distance so you have breath taking scenery in which ever direction you choose to head.£84Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandOwer Yonder, meaning over there in local tongue, is the perfect name for this cottage renovation, as the main local attractions are just ower yonder to this property.
Fully renovated in 2021 from the ground up, you will be staying in comfort and style. This comfortable cottage for 3 people is an ideal base for an energetic activity trip such as walking, climbing, caving, riding, cycling, golfing or as a romantic setting if you just wish to relax and enjoy, or even both.
Why not enjoy a walk around the local Ingleton Waterfall trails or have an adventure into the White Scar Caves. Maybe seeing the famous Carlisle to Settle train on the impressive Ribblehead viaduct featured in the Harry Potter movies is more to your taste, either way you will be spoilt for choice at Ower Yonder.£61Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandSt Margaret’s Church is a beautiful holiday home located just 3 miles from the popular town of Ingleton. The accommodation offers you a high end luxury and alternative stay.
Walking through the church doors you are met with a spacious, cleverly designed, open plan layout. The ground floor offers two seating areas, a well-equipped, modern kitchen, dining area and downstairs shower room. You will notice many of the original features have been kept in the building, from stained glass windows to plaques and beams, simply wonderful. Upstairs follows an unconventional and unique design of glass walls centring the church. There are two en-suite kingsize bedrooms and a further two double bedrooms sharing a family bathroom.
St Margaret’s Church is located just off the main high street in the village, making it an easy walk to access the shops, restaurants and pubs Bentham has to offer. There are some fabulous walks to be enjoyed straight from the front door. If, however, you plan to do some more adventurous hiking, then Ingleton is just 3 miles away and the three peaks of Whernside, Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough, and the lakeland hills are all easily accessed.
There is so much to do in this area from cycling, caving, hiking and golfing! Just 10 miles away in the neighbouring town of Kirkby Lonsdale. This quirky market town is surrounded by historic buildings, many of them hundreds of years old, that line the town’s streets and squares include a range of cafés, pubs, and independent shops, which combine to provide a traditional shopping experience that’s hard to find on the modern British high street.
St Margaret’s Church is the perfect base from which to explore southern and central Cumbria, the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Forest of Bowland and Lancashire, with lots to do locally and plenty of excellent days out.£206Price per night from
- Ingleton, EnglandInglenook Cottage is filled with character and charm and has been lovingly renovated by its owners. Inside, everything is brand new and beautifully presented. As you enter the building on the ground floor, you are greeted by a large boot room and cycle store. This also serves as a utility room with a washing machine, should you need it. It’s also a great place to clean off your beloved pooch! Up the first flight of stairs there is a spacious open plan living space. Featuring wood beams and full-height windows to take advantage of the views, the living area has plenty of comfortable seating for the whole party, a Smart TV, and direct access to the small balcony offering stunning views of St. Mary’s Church. On a sunny afternoon, enjoy a glass of your favourite tipple from this wonderful west-facing spot.
There is a country farmhouse kitchen with all the modern conveniences to ensure a comfortable stay. In addition, there is a dining area so everyone can enjoy a hearty meal together. Located on this floor is a stunning bathroom with freestanding roll top bath, walk-in shower, toilet, and sink as well as a double bedroom with hanging space. There are two additional kingsize bedrooms, both with plenty of storage, the master boasting an en-suite shower room. An external tap is ideal for washing muddy boots and paws. The village of Ingleton has an indoor climbing and bouldering wall, cycle pump track, outdoor swimming pool and children’s riverside play area. There are many walks in the area, including the famous waterfalls trail and Whitescar Caves. There are independent shops to explore including the award winning bakery selling artisan cakes and bakes.
You will be spoilt for choice for places to eat and and drink too, Ingleton has an abundance of pubs, cafés, bars and restaurants including. A gateway to the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, Ingleton is also well located for the nearby Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Morecambe Bay and the Lakes can be reached in under an hour.£85Price per night from
- Scarborough, England
Bike & Boot offers a very different hotel experience and super fun and it’s dog-friendly too!£106Price per night from
- Malton, England
Blending traditional charm with modern luxuries, the dog-friendly Talbot Hotel in North Yorkshire guarantees a comfortable getaway for guests and their four-legged friends.£128Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available