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.
- Richmond, England
The King’s Head, in Richmond, North Yorkshire is a super dog-friendly hotel. Built-in 1717 as a gentleman’s townhouse, its fine Georgian architecture is matched by its warm and relaxed ambiance.£110Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Richmond, EnglandA stone-built detached cottage, a former Post Office tucked away in the Swaledale village of Marrick. First class cottage with lots of character and charm and open fires. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Reeth 3 miles.£73From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Richmond, EnglandA warm welcome awaits as you step inside Flints Cottage. With a blend of traditional features, modern amenities and an enclosed patio area, lawn and hot tub, just the place to relax after a day exploring the region. The stylish, well equipped kitchen features a traditional Aga, as well as electric oven and all your usual appliances including a dishwasher. The living space is perfect for socialising and entertaining, with a separate dining room with large table. There is an extra toilet on the ground floor. The cosy living room is traditional in style with a wood burner for cooler evenings. On the first floor are three bedrooms. The master bedroom has a kingsize bed, the second bedroom is light and airy with a double bed. The third bedroom is perfect for children, with bunk bed. There are fabulous views of Richmond castle from the bedroom windows. The family bathroom features a traditional free standing, roll-top bathtub with an overhead shower. Quirkily, the garden is situated on the first floor where there is a relaxing sun room, with comfy sofa the perfect spot to enjoy a morning coffee or a glass of wine as the sun goes down. The sun room leads out onto the enclosed patio area with pretty garden space and a hot tub which is perfect for relaxing at the end of the day.
Perfectly situated just a short stroll from the cobbled market square, you could simply park up the car and enjoy all that Richmond has to offer on foot. There is an excellent choice of eating places, pubs and coffee shops. The famous Norman castle dominates the skyline, with circular walks around the riverbanks taking you past The Station, a bustling centre hosting art and craft exhibitions, a three-screen cinema, café, independent shops, a micro-brewery and an ice cream parlour. On the same site there is an indoor swimming pool and health club. Richmond, known as the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, is well placed to visit Swaledale, Wensleydale and the North York Moors National Park. The Coast to Coast walk passes by The Station and through Swaledale, but there are also many other walks to be enjoyed. Nearby Reeth is a good starting point for walks and cycling. Visit the Wensleydale Creamery or Leyburn, a charming town with a Friday market in the main square, and nearby Middleham has a magnificent castle and is also well known for its horse racing stables. There are a number of waterfalls in the area, one just 5 minutes walk away from the cottage in Richmond, and further afield there is Hardraw Force near Hawes and pretty Aysgarth Falls. Shop, pub and restaurant 500 yards.£91From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Richmond, EnglandA charming cottage set within the most idyllic grounds in the pretty Richmondshire village of Ravensworth. Behind the private gated entrance, the grounds open up into a beautiful, cobbled courtyard. Willow Cottage is single storey cottage adjoining the main residence, set within 11 acres of spectacular grounds. Enjoying beautiful views through arched windows in the dining room out towards the courtyard and on towards the lake. This charming country cottage is perfect accommodation for a romantic break for two or a memorable family staycation. Well equipped, the country kitchen is set with a pine dresser and table, the arched doors opening out onto the terrace where you can enjoy beautiful views. Leading off from the kitchen is the comfortable living room with cosy sofas and a warming Aga stove to keep you extra warm in the winter months. The family sleeping area has two connected bedrooms and bathroom, the first is the master bedroom with a zip and link super kingsize bed which can be twin on request, arranged with gorgeous bed linen for a good night’s sleep. Leading off this room is a twin room and the en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower over, access to both twin room and bathroom are through the main bedroom.
Stepping out of the cottage, the shared courtyard extends out and leads down towards the lake. An extensive area where footpaths meander around the waters edge and off into the woodlands and beyond. A beautiful pergola sits waterside with chairs and a sunken firepit. A tranquil spot to sit on a sunny day or in the evening, when the area is lit with twinkling lights, imagine snuggling round the fire toasting marshmallows in this stunning and romantic setting. Children will love meeting the miniature goats Dolly and Daisy, Monarch the horse and the free-range chickens in the paddocks. You will no doubt meet the irresistable Muscavoy ducks Boris and Betty who amble around the grounds and will come and greet you. Within the grounds is a fabulous games room which overlooks the lake. Set with full size snooker table, table tennis and board games.
Ravensworth is a picture postcard village, with ancient castle ruins and set around the expansive village green, many of the houses dating from the 17th century. Beautiful walks lead off from the village and just a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales National Park. There is a village pub and two wonderful farm shop cafés within walking distance. Ravensworth is conveniently close to the A66 taking guests off towards Barnard Castle and Bowes Museum, the Cathedral City of Durham to the north and across to Northallerton, Thirsk and the North Yorkshire Moors and coast to the east. To the west, the Lake District is just over an hours drive.£74From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Richmond, EnglandA fantastic detached lodge resting in a quiet holiday park in Tunstall near Hipswell, Richmondshire. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Front decking. Off-road parking. Ground-floor living. Scotton 2 miles; Richmond 4.8 miles; Leyburn 9.9 miles.£55From price per night based on 7 night stay