Dog-friendly West Yorkshire
Amongst the rolling hills and gorgeous countryside are towns such as Huddersfield, Hallifax and Marsden, which offer a fabulous selection of West Yorkshire's finest dog-friendly cottages, hotels and bnb's.
- Leeds, England
A contemporary dog-friendly spa hotel on the outskirts of Leeds, with the Yorkshire Dales and North Moors on the doorstep. The hotel has a super cosy atmosphere with large open fire, crackling away in the winter months.£155Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Holmfirth, EnglandSmallshaw Cottages be found in an elevated position, with a setting that can only be described as stunning. Offering fabulous panoramic views of the Peak District National Park, this 17th century barn conversion has been lovingly restored and offers the perfect accomodation for a rural escape. Birch Cottage retains its original character through exposed beams and stonework, and has also been lovingly and attractively furnished throughout. The barn enjoys use of extensive gardens shared with the other properties on-site, offering fabulous views and a variety of seating areas which provide the perfect place to unwind on warmer days. The gardens are complemented even further by use of a shared hot tub, Finnish barbecue house (available on request, at cost) and tennis courts. The on-site spa is complete with steam rooms, saunas, foot spas, an aromatherapy room, tropical experience shower and a Rasul mud room, as well as an outdoor area with wood-fired tub (all available at cost). Inspired by the relaxing, calming and revitalising aura of South East Asia, the spa is a haven in which to enjoy incredible facilities, set within stunning countryside, just perfect to energise the soul.
Surrounded by open fields and with uninterrupted views of the moors, Smallshaw Cottages are ideally located if you love the great outdoors. Overlooking the Trans Pennine Trail, and with your four-legged friends welcome, local walks are plentiful with many reservoirs and trails on the doorstep. There is an excellent choice of country pubs and restaurants within easy reach, and nearby attractions include the bustling town of Holmfirth, Chatsworth House, Harewood House, the ever popular market town of Bakewell or spa town of Buxton. If you’re missing the bright lights of city life, Sheffield, Leeds and Manchester are no more than a 40-minute drive away. Shop and pub 1½ miles, restaurant ½ mile.
Birch Cottage can be booked together with Bramble Cottage (ref UK4186), Rowan Cottage (ref UK4187) and The Farmhouse (ref UK4188) to accommodate up to 16 guests.£156From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Holmfirth, EnglandHarlequin House is a beautifully presented bungalow, benefitting from spectacular views over the Holme Valley countryside. Perfect for those extra special luxury breaks away, quite wonderfully you will find a four poster bed in one of the bedrooms. The living room boasts the most amazing picture window to really make the most of those stunning views. The separate annexe is ideal for anyone wanting a bit of extra privacy. Accessed externally, here you will find a further en-suite double bedroom and study bed in the living area (which can be converted into a desk) and an additional shower cubicle. Outside you will find an enclosed garden complete with hot tub meaning you can truly relax and enjoy. For those with four legged friends the garden also provides direct access to Crow Wood conservation area, and then to finish there’s also the opportunity to make use of the friendly owners swimming pool and sauna, located just 7 miles away.
Harlequin House occupies a semi rural setting just over half a mile from the very centre of bustling Holmfirth where you will find an abundance of shops, cafés, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs. Quite uniquely, Holmfirth is also home to its very own vineyard and an intimate venue for live music and events, the Picturedrome. Widely recognised as the back drop for the record breaking BBC comedy Last of the Summer Wine, you can take a tour around the variety of film locations, and being located on the edge of the fabulous Peak District National Park means there are endless outdoor opportunities for walkers. Keen cyclists will relish the chance to recreate the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire at Holme Moss, and if you can bear to tear yourself away from the area there’s the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and Cannon Hall Farm around 30 minutes away and the cities of both Manchester and Leeds in around an hour. Shop, pub and restaurant ¾ mile.£229From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Holmfirth, EnglandJust a short walk from the centre of bustling Holmfirth, this spectacular property boasts stunning far reaching views over the valley which you can enjoy whilst soaking in the luxury of your very own hot tub. A spacious and detached cottage, set out over one level, it is surrounded by beautiful wild gardens which extend into woodland thereby offering privacy and seclusion. Set in the Holme Valley on the edge of the Peak District National Park the surrounding magnificent countryside is most familiar as the back drop to the great British sitcom ’Last of the Summer Wine’. It is perfect for walking and cycling, with keen cyclists able to recreate routes used in the Tour de Yorkshire. A 10-minute walk down hill will take you to vibrant Holmfirth, home to shops, bars, cafés and restaurants in abundance, however a word to the wise, the roads back including the driveway to the cottage are steep and not for the faint hearted. Digley Reservoir and Holmfirth Vineyard are both around a 10-minute drive from the property and further afield you’ll find attractions for all interests within easy reach. These include the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, The Hepworth Gallery, Nostell Priory, Salts Mill, Bronte Parsonage and Harewood House, all within an hour’s drive, as are the cities of York, Leeds, Manchester and Sheffield.£244From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Holmfirth, EnglandUnique, beautiful, secluded and recently updated accommodation situated in stunning countryside as a peaceful oasis near to Cannon Hall Farm and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Located in a converted 17th-century church on a hill in the heart of Yorkshire, this beautiful, well-equipped apartment offers perfect sanctuary.
A unique self-contained studio apartment with its own entrance with a kitchen offering everything you should need for the duration of your stay to cook your favourite meal. In the bathroom you will find a spa bath with salts, bubbles, and other things to make your stay comfortable. There is also a recently installed full shower over the bath. The apartment has one comfortable king size bed, a single bed with pull out underneath, a breakfast bar for dining and a selection of furniture including a small settee and two old Parker Knoll chairs, along with a Smart TV. It features a one-of-a-kind, beautiful William Morris stained glass window of The Ascension.
The owners of the property offer a unique experience where they will happily give you a tour of the tower (once one of the original Beacons) and tell you the story and interesting history of the church. There is a variety of activities available in the area to please all the family. You have country footpaths, quaint shops/delicious pubs, and fascinating places to visit including the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the home of the Wesleys’. There are significant landmarks locally in the region from Cannon Hall Farm; Emley Tower, Wentworth Woodhouse, the National Coal Mining Museum, and the home of Emily Bronte, to Art Exhibitions, ski slope, local festivals, Cawthorne (an historic village), well-manicured gardens and countryside walks, to name a few. In under an hour, you can be in Harrogate, York, Chatsworth, or Sheffield. Beneath the quiet exterior of country living beats a heart of choral tradition, cycling and rambling for nature lovers, coffee shops and fascinating places to visit.£94From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandFarways Den is a charming two-bedroom holiday home located in the picturesque village of Oldfield, comfortably sleeping up to four guests. This delightful retreat offers a unique blend of quirky, rustic, and modern interior design, providing a cosy and inviting atmosphere for your stay.
The main living area is adorned with quirky decor and rustic touches, showcasing the character of the traditional Yorkshire stone cottage. However, it is also complemented with modern amenities and comfortable furnishings to ensure you have a pleasant and convenient stay. An electric wood burner creates the perfect place to settle down after a long day exploring the local area. One of the standout features of Fairways Den is its full-height windows that offer stunning panoramic views of the Worth Valley. Imagine waking up to the breathtaking sights of rolling hills and green landscapes right from the comfort of your holiday home. The windows also allow ample natural light to flood the living spaces, creating a bright and airy ambience. An open-plan design of the living room, kitchen and dining room provides the perfect hosting place for friends and family. The kitchen is equipped with all the modern appliances you may need to prepare delicious meals during your stay. Whether you decide to cook up a traditional British feast or simply brew a cup of tea, the kitchen provides everything you need. A kingsize bedroom can be found on the ground floor featuring a large modern and luxury bathroom with a free-standing bath and walk-in shower. Soak up the bubbles and relax and unwind after a day exploring the local area. The first floor consists of a snug area which can be used as a relaxation area with bar and a bedroom that can be either a kingsize or two singles. There is also the convenience of a second toilet on the ground floor and a utility room featuring a washing machine. As you step outside, you’ll find an enclosed private garden, a gem for relaxing and enjoying the fresh air. It’s an ideal space for sipping your morning coffee or unwinding in the evening with a glass of wine.
Haworth is a charming village located in the Worth Valley, West Yorkshire, England. It is renowned for its connection to the famous Brontë sisters, who lived in the area during the 19th century and wrote some of their most celebrated works here. The village has a rich literary history, and you can explore the Brontë Parsonage Museum to learn more about the lives and works of these remarkable writers. Haworth is known for its cobbled streets, historic buildings, and traditional Yorkshire charm. You can stroll through the village and discover quaint shops, cafés, and local pubs serving traditional Yorkshire ales and hearty meals. For nature lovers, the Worth Valley offers breathtaking landscapes and scenic walking trails. You can take a hike along the Brontë Way, which winds through the moorlands and countryside, offering stunning views of the surrounding area. Pub and restaurant 1 mile.£84From price per night based on 7 night stay