Pet Friendly Lodges North Yorkshire
Our pet friendly lodges in North Yorkshire make the pawfect escape. 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.
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandMoorland Cottage is one of three cottages which are set in the heart of the picturesque North Yorkshire village of Hutton-le-Hole, famous for its meandering beck, old stone cottages and expanse of common land which is kept well-manicured by the resident sheep. The cottage provides the ideal base for walking, cycling, touring and exploring the moors, coast, vale and dale. It has been sympathetically converted from old farm buildings to offer cosy, home from home accommodation. From the doorstep visitors can enjoy the popular Ryedale Folk Museum, tea rooms, craft shops, galleries and the village’s own chocolate factory. The well-established village pub offers a warm welcome and a menu of hearty home-cooked meals. Cyclists are very welcome and there is ample storage for bikes and equipment at the property. There are many cycling trails in Dalby Forest which is just a 20-minute drive away. Walkers are well catered for with fabulous, scenic walking on the doorstep. On-site there is a shared utility room where boots and outdoor clothing can be dried and stored. Visit Pickering (9 miles) and board the famous steam train for a stunning trip through the North York Moors to the fishing port of Whitby. Enjoy the quaint market towns of Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley with their delightful selection of shops, restaurants and inns alongside attractions including the Centre for Birds of Prey and the Walled Garden. The Arts Centre in Helmsley offers a broad range of theatre, music, cinema and exhibitions and throughout the summer months the outdoor swimming pool is popular with children. Historic houses can be found at Castle Howard and Nunnington Hall and there are abbey ruins at Rievaulx and Byland. Family fun can be found at Flamingo Land and Go Ape and there are miles of sandy beaches at the traditional seaside resorts of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey. The ancient city of York is just an hour’s drive. Shop 3½ miles, pub and restaurant 50 yards.
Moorland Cottage can be booked together with Byre Cottage (UK2165) and Heather Cottage (UK2166) to accommodate up to 12 guests.£59From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandThese two holiday cottages (refs UK10992 and UK11488) are nestled in the small hamlet of Keldholme, less than a mile from the popular market town of Kirkbymoorside and on the edge of the North York Moors. These stone built terraced properties provide the opportunity for a family or group of friends to explore this wonderful part of North Yorkshire, and they are also within easy reach of Helmsley, Pickering and York.
Step into the country-style kitchen and the cottages ooze charm and character with all the modern conveniences and plenty of space to store all the provisions you have brought with you. The dining areas are also within the kitchen making this a real social space for the entirety of your holiday. Leading from the kitchen to the front of the cottage is a well presented living room with a feature wood burner. The deep sofas are ideal to relax and unwind in. You can choose to watch one of your favourite programmes on the TV or perhaps enjoy one of the board games provided. Stepping out of the kitchen into the large, shared, typically English country cottage garden, you will find your own private patio area complete with a table and chairs providing a lovely peaceful area to enjoy morning coffee or al fresco dining after a day exploring. Alternatively, spend a while with the horses who’s home is the field next to the cottages.
The cottages are dog friendly, and there are miles of walking trails and public footpaths to explore during your visit. The Heritage Coast, Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay are all within easy reach. A visit to this area wouldn’t be complete without a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Some of the stations along the Pickering to Whitby route have featured in the Harry Potter films!
The historic city of York is under 40 minutes from Keldholme which is where you will find The Shambles, believed to be the inspiration behind Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter Films. Whilst in York you can visit the medieval cathedral, York’s Chocolate Story or enjoy a little retail therapy. Nearer to home, Kirkbymoorside offers lots of amenities including shops selling local produce, restaurants and cafés. Beach 25½ miles. Shop and pub ½ mile, restaurant 6 miles.
These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 9 guests.£41From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandThis beautiful shepherd’s hut offers a comfortable stay situated just outside the picturesque market town of Kirkbymoorside. This quirky hut has all the mod cons to make your glamping experience feel unique and special. The hut has plenty of character and offers couples and friends a luxury glamping retreat whilst being ideally located to explore all that the North York Moors has to offer.
If you’re looking for a getaway with a difference, then look no further than Keldholme Shepherds Hut. Open plan throughout it features a plush double bed, Smart TV, a delightful sitting area with wood burner to snuggle up in front of on those colder evenings and a modern kitchenette complete with a two ring gas hob, fridge, combi microwave oven/grill and enough storage and workspace to prepare a meal for two. In a mini separate shepherd’s hut attached, is a fully fitted shower room. The enclosed garden offers a covered decked area with seating along with a separate seating area which presents a firepit and barbecue, both giving you a fantastic space to relax and have a drink al fresco style after a day’s adventuring.
The Shepherds Hut is dog friendly, and there are miles of walking trails and public footpaths to explore during your visit. The Heritage Coast, Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay are all within easy reach. A visit to this area wouldn’t be complete without a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Some of the stations along the Pickering to Whitby route have featured in the Harry Potter films! The historic city of York is under 40 minutes from Keldholme which is where you will find The Shambles, believed to be the inspiration behind Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books an films. Whilst in York you can visit the medieval cathedral, York’s Chocolate Story or enjoy a little retail therapy. Nearer to home, Kirkbymoorside and Helmsley offer lots of amenities including shops selling local produce, restaurants and cafés. Beach 25½ miles. Shop and pub ½ mile£39From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandBlacksmiths Cottage offers a cosy stay within the delightful little village of Gillamoor, located just outside the market town of Kirkbymoorside. The cottage has been carefully converted to retain all its features from the days when it was the local blacksmiths shop, with its original oak beams, reclaimed brickwork and the fantastic blacksmiths forge fireplace.
All on the ground level, the property is ideal for couples who want to come away and relax whilst also having the opportunity to explore what this beautiful location has to offer. The cottage offers a very comfortable living area which is open plan with the kitchen and dining area, along with a good-sized double bedroom and small bathroom.
The gorgeous, unspoilt village of Gillamoor is famous for it’s ‘surprise view’ that reveals a breath-taking panoramic view across Douthwaite Dale to the moors above Farndale and Hutton Le Dale. Nearby you have a village inn which is a two-minute stroll from the cottage, serving local good priced food along with fine ales. The market town of Kirkbymoorside is three miles down the road offering local shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants. A little further afield you also have the lovely towns of Helmsley and Thirsk, along with the fantastic North York Moors giving you an abundance of beautiful scenic walks and bike trails. The cottage is also well placed to visit many of the local visitor attractions including Riveaulx Abbey, Nunnington Hall and Castle Howard. Blacksmiths Cottage is cosy and welcoming at any time of the year.£42From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandThis beautiful cottage offers a comfortable stay within the charming little village of Wombleton which is located just outside the market town of Helmsley.
This semi-detached cottage has plenty of character, a large fireplace with a wood burner, exposed beams and reclaimed brickwork which offers both couples and families a luxury holiday retreat whilst being ideally located to explore all that the North York Moors has to offer.
The property is set over two levels. You enter the property through a small sunroom which was added to the property in 2021 by the owners, which has a seating are for two. On the same floor you have a well presented and well equipped kitchen which has plenty of room for food preparation. There is also a large living area which has all the home comforts to give that lovely home from home feel.
The Second floor presents bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other with a choice of twin beds or a double. You also have a delightful bathroom which has a shower over the bath along with a heated towel rail. The bathroom is also tiled on the walls and floor.
The garden is set opposite the property, however it gives a lovely private setting which offers a barbecue and garden furniture. Helmsley is the closest town which is 4 miles down the road, meaning you have quick access to the local pubs, cafés, restaurants, shops, and Helmsley Brewery. Greenview also has a gorgeous little inn next door which serves great Yorkshire ales and mouth-watering food, it also has a little beer garden.
You have the stunning North York Moors National Park on your doorstep which is full of bike trails and fantastic, scenic walks, including the very popular Rievaulx Abbey. Other nearby towns include Malton, Pickering, Thirsk and York. If you fancied a day at the beach Scarborough is approximately a 50-minute drive.£46From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandThis fabulous cottage has it all, a scenic tranquil location, cosy comfortable furnishings with a warming wood burner as well as an on-site indoor swimming pool. Renovated to an exceptionally high standard in 2021, the cottage has some wonderful original features, in keeping with a barn conversion, including beamed ceilings throughout.
Stepping inside through the stable door you are greeted by a spacious open plan living space, with an authentic country feel throughout. The kitchen is well equipped, ideal for rustling up your favourite meals, perhaps using some of the fresh local ingredients which are grown on-site. There is comfortable seating on the sofas around the wood burner, where you can unwind and relax. Glass doors lead you out into the enclosed private garden, with a table and chairs as well as a barbecue, so that you can make the most of the sunshine. The garden leads down to the neighbouring woodland, attracting wildlife literally onto your doorstep. Back inside, you have a dining room adjoining the kitchen, as well as a ground floor wet room. Up on the first floor you have three bedrooms, the master double bedroom has an en suite shower. There is also a twin bedroom as well as a single, and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath.
This holiday cottage is in a magnificent location for a combined seaside and country holiday. Secluded and tranquil, guests are free to explore the woodland walk and the area is home to a variety of wildlife - including wild deer, owls and hares just to name a few. The property is set on a small traditional organic farm which grows vegetables and organic soft fruit. Guests are welcome to purchase the organic products grown here directly from the friendly owners. The property is environmentally friendly, heated by a unique wood-burning/solar heating system, and many of the practices throughout the farm and property use natural resources for their day-to-day running. An indoor heated swimming pool and hard tennis court shared between other properties, a small gym, as well as a children’s play area complete the facilities on offer.
The beautiful North York Moors are a delight to explore either on foot or by car, or alternatively, the steam railway runs along stunning scenery through many unspoilt villages including Goathland (Aidensfield in the television series ’Heartbeat’). The coast is easily accessible, 45 minutes away, and the popular seaside resorts of Scarborough and Whitby are delights not to be missed. The quaint cobbled streets of Robin Hood’s Bay, once a favourite haunt with smugglers, will keep children and adults entertained for hours with its shoreline full of strange and colourful pebbles. Castle Howard is within easy driving distance, and Flamingo Land (a popular theme park and zoo) is well worth the visit. The market town of Helmsley is just 6 miles away and has shops and inns as well as pretty walled gardens.
Many National Trust and English Heritage properties can be found within a 15-mile radius, including Nunnington Hall, Byland Abbey and Duncomb Park, to name but a few. The ancient city of York is but a 45-minute drive. Excellent walking can be found from the doorstep. The cottage combine country living, yet is close enough to the coast to keep any visitor happy, whatever type of holiday they may be looking for. It is the perfect place in which to relax and unwind - whatever time of year. Beach 24 miles.£66From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandNestled on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, this beautifully refurbished barn conversion is situated in the tranquil village of Salton, just outside the picturesque market town of Kirkbymoorside. Steeped with history, the parish of Salton covers about 2,760 acres, with the River Dove running through Salton and past Lockwood Barn. The Norman Church is a Grade 1 Listed Building and is said to be one of the most complete Norman Churches in Yorkshire. The centre green of the village is lined with brick cottages. Lockwood Barn is ideally located for cyclists and walkers, and for the perfect peaceful get away there is a private enclosed garden ideal to sit out and relax in the summer months and take in the idyllic surroundings.
The historic market towns of Kirbymoorside, Helmsley, Pickering & Malton are easily reached, for all local amenities including independent cafes, shops, pubs and restaurants. Places of interest including Nunnington Hall, the museum of rural life at Hutton-Le-Hole and Castle Howard are all easily reached from Lockwood Barn. Travel across the Moors to Whitby and along the coastal route to Scarborough for a family day out along the breath-taking east coast, nothing beats a day at the beach. You can also explore the stunning North York Moors National Park which is full of bike trails and fantastic, scenic walks. Alternatively, the fantastic theme park Flamingo Land is just a 13-minute drive from the barn, a perfect place for a family day out. For cyclists Lockwood Barn is ideally situated close to the ‘Moor to sea Cycle Network’ which connects Scarborough, Whitby, Dalby Forest, Pickering, and Great Ayton in a stunning series of moorland, forest & coastal loops.
Lockwood Barn sleeps four people and has been converted from a former workshop to a beautiful two-bedroom open plan property with mezzanine floor and comfortable seating. It has been refurbished to a good standard to also include wheelchair access.£52From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandThis beautiful cottage offers a comfortable stay within the charming market town of Kirkbymoorside and is set in the town’s conservation area. This terraced cottage has plenty of character and offers both families, couples and friends a perfect holiday retreat whilst being ideally located to explore all that the North York Moors has to offer. Set back from the main thoroughfare of the town, Anvil Cottage was once part of the town’s metalworking industry and has since been stylishly furnished and decorated by the owners whilst keeping original features such as the exposed wooden beams throughout the property. Anvil Cottage is set over two levels, the living area is a lovely cosy, comfortable space where you can snuggle up and relax in front of the electric wood burner with a glass of red after a day exploring the wonderful surrounding area. On the same floor you have a well-presented, well-equipped modern kitchen/diner which has plenty of room for food preparation and dining space. Up one flight of stairs you are greeted by two beautifully decorated and furnished bedrooms all with luxurious bedding guaranteeing a perfect night’s sleep with both offering plenty of storage. Also on the first floor is the lovely family bathroom which presents a large walk-in shower, underfloor heating and a heated towel rail. To the front of the cottage, there is a small outside seating area which is a great place to sit and have a well-deserved glass of fizz alfresco style or enjoy the fresh morning air with a coffee to get you ready for the adventures that lie ahead!
Anvil Cottage is pet friendly, and there are miles of walking trails and public footpaths to explore during your visit. The Heritage Coast, Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hood’s Bay are all within easy reach should you wish to have a day at the beach. A visit to this area would not be complete without a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Some of the stations along the Pickering to Whitby route have featured in the Harry Potter films! The historic medieval city of York is under 40 minutes from Kirkbymoorside which is where you will find The Shambles, believed to be the inspiration behind Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books and films. Whilst in York you can visit the medieval cathedral, York’s Chocolate Story or enjoy a little retail therapy with its wealth of independent shops. Nearer to home, Kirkbymoorside which is known as the ‘gateway to the moors’ and the picturesque market town of Helmsley offer lots of amenities including shops selling local produce, restaurants and cafés and not forgetting the fantastic weekly markets.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Kirkbymoorside, EnglandPear Tree Cottage is a fantastic period property which offers a comfortable stay within the charming little village of Wombleton, located between the picturesque market towns of Helmsley and Kirkbymoorside. The cottage offers accommodation for up to ten guests making this Yorkshire holiday home ideal for reunions, multi-family holidays or large groups. It is a characterful and spacious cottage with a farmhouse style kitchen which presents an Aga and is well equipped for food preparation should you not wish to dine out at the many eateries close by. There is also a wonderful dining room which is great for socialising around the table or enjoying a home cooked meal. On the same floor is the large living room which is equipped with a Sky TV including sports and movies and a wonderful open fire for additional heating and character. Outside the cottage there is a large private landscaped garden which can be viewed from the sunroom presenting additional seating giving a great place to kick back and have a drink al fresco style in the summer months. The bedrooms are located across the first floor, and all offer plush bedding guaranteeing a perfect night’s sleep. In addition, two of the bedrooms have en-suite facilities with a family bathroom also on the first floor.
Helmsley is the closest town which is 4 miles down the road meaning you have quick access to the local pubs, cafés, restaurants, shops, and Helmsley Brewery. Wombleton also has a local inn which serves great Yorkshire ales and mouth-watering food, it also has a lovely little beer garden. The stunning North York Moors National Park is on your doorstep and is full of bike trails and fantastic, scenic walks, including the very popular Rievaulx Abbey. Other nearby towns and cities include Malton, Pickering, Thirsk, and York. A visit to this area would not be complete without a ride on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, some of the stations along the Pickering to Whitby route have featured in the Harry Potter films. If you fancied a day at the beach the heritage coastal towns of Whitby, Scarborough and Robin Hoods Bay are approximately a 50-minute drive.£398From price per night based on 7 night stay