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.
- Huddersfield, England
Nestled in the West Yorkshire countryside, Bagden Hall Hotel is the perfect dog-friendly destination for a relaxing break in Yorkshire’s ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ country, with the Peak district and Brontë Country close by.£95Price per night fromPetsPyjamas Exclusive Package Available
- Haworth, EnglandPerfectly located in Menston, just outside of the picturesque market town Ilkley, Brookleigh Farm Cottage provides beautifully presented luxury accommodation combined with charm and character. Nestled at the bottom of a tree-lined country lane, guests may spot racehorses, who are trained nearby, while relaxing in the pretty private garden. Inside, the cottage has been lovingly refurbished to an extremely high standard with vintage wooden and porcelain flooring throughout.
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this a perfect retreat for walkers, cyclists and ramblers, with plenty of walks, cycle paths, bridleways and established footpaths into picturesque countryside. Dating back to Roman times, Menston is on the ancient Roman Road that linked York with the garrison at Ribchester. Nowadays you will find the village dotted with a selection of local shops and country pub. Nearby you will find the picturesque market town of Ilkley with an abundance of restaurants, pubs, pavement cafés and independent shops that can all be easily reached; as can legendary Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms where afternoon tea is a must. Harewood House, just 15 minutes away, is a fantastic day out offering impressive art collections, a magnificent rare bird garden and 100 acres of exquisite gardens to explore. For Emmerdale fans, you’ll also find the Set deep within the grounds of the estate.
Bolton Abbey can be reached in around a 20-minute drive and offers 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside to explore. The charming market town of Skipton, also 20 minutes away, is home to an ancient castle, cobbled high street and colourful street market. Leeds city centre can be reached in just 20 minutes from the local train station where you can enjoy luxury shopping and sip rooftop cocktails at Harvey Nichols. Haworth village, once home to the Brontë Sisters, is another major tourist attraction in the area and can be reached in around a 30-minute drive. York can be reached in an hour and for those looking further afield, the Lake District National Park is within a 2 hour drive.£180From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Holmfirth, EnglandThis wonderful, semi-detached, stone-built weaver’s cottage can be found in an elevated position on a quiet back street just 2 minute’s walk from the centre of Holmfirth. Grade II listed and full of character, each of the rooms has wonderful features, such as mullioned windows, exposed beams, and an inglenook fireplace.
Spaciously set over three floors, the design of the cottage incorporates an original stone staircase, which combined with the steep cobbled nature of the surrounding terrain would mean people with limited mobility would struggle. Outside the cottage benefits from a split-level terrace complete with a private hot tub, which offers superb views right across Holmfirth town. Guests also have access to the owner’s indoor swimming pool, sauna, and hot tub, 7 miles away, available for the exclusive use of guests for a nominal charge. Holmfirth itself has an abundance of shops, cafés, tea rooms, restaurants, and pubs, and is even home to its very own vineyard which offers meals, tours, and wine-tasting events. Located on the edge of the fabulous Peak District National Park means there are endless outdoor opportunities for walkers. Cyclists alike will relish the chance to recreate the 2015 Tour de Yorkshire at Holme Moss. Widely recognised as the backdrop for the record-breaking BBC comedy Last of the Summer Wine you can take a tour around the variety of film locations, or even visit the Picturedrome which is a fabulous venue for live music and events.
Eider Cottage (ref UKC850) and Shelduck Cottage (ref UKC848) back onto each other, and Mallard Cottage (ref UKC849) is 700 yards away. They can be booked individually, or together to accommodate up to 12 guests. Shop ½ mile, pub 700 yards, restaurant 525 yards.£78From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandLodge Farm Cottage is a delightful two-bedroom cottage with original period features accommodating up to three guests. Tucked away from the roadside, offering great views overlooking the Yorkshire countryside. The cottage offers a peaceful setting, looking to the rear onto fields where you can see Prize winning Shire horses grazing. Nestled in the village of Oakworth on the edge of Haworth. You are perfectly situated with cobbled streets, independent shops, country pubs, restaurants and much more! Why not venture out a little further and explore the historic town of Skipton a few miles away, Bolton Abbey, Gisburn Forest, the Yorkshire Three Peaks and do not forget the charms of the Yorkshire Dales National Park!
The property has the benefit of off road parking, and is accessed via pedestrian only access through the adjoining farmhouse yard.
You are greeted by a delightful cobbled cottage garden and elevated patio area with seating. On entering you are received by an inviting and cosy living area with a sumptuous sofa, smart TV, wood burning stove and a dining area. The large mullion window with window seat in the lounge allows the picture-perfect views, overlooking rolling countryside. Put your feet up and wind down for the evening in front of the log burner! Walk through to find a well equipped kitchen allowing the flexibility of a home cooked meal. Amenities include an induction hob, fridge and microwave. A separate utility room provides a washing machine and place to store your boots and coats.
Wander upstairs to find a good-sized master bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe, and additional storage. The second bedroom comprises of a single bed with additional storage. A separate bathroom provides a bath, low level toilet and pedestal wash hand basin. Externally, this holiday home benefits from an enclosed patio area with seating at the front of the property and off-street allocated parking for 1 car. A warm welcome awaits you at Lodge Farm Cottage the peaceful and stunning surroundings will certainly have you booking again!£59From 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.£227From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Holmfirth, EnglandNestled in the shadow of Holme Moss on the northern edge of the Peak District National Park, this high-quality listed cottage offers stunning panoramic views over the surrounding scenic Holme Valley. What was once three terraced weavers’ cottages, has been completely renovated to one spacious, luxury holiday cottage boasting seven en-suite bedrooms.
Once inside you’ll find unique features that reflect the age of the property have been wonderfully blended with modern day touches. The wood burner for instance is complemented by underfloor heating on the ground floor, a claw foot bath has been paired with walk-in showers and one bedroom even including an award winning king size study bed as featured on George Clarke’s amazing spaces. Once outside the views are simply unrivalled. Pride of place in the garden you’ll find a hot tub giving you ample opportunity to sit back, relax and enjoy the rolling countryside away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Goosander Cottage is around ½ mile from Holme village where you’ll find a cosy pub serving food and being set in the rolling hills of the Peak District there are walks straight from the door. Keen cyclists can also recreate routes from the Tour de France 2014 including the iconic Holme Moss which is literally a stone’s throw away. Holmfirth is around 3 miles from the cottage, and anyone familiar with the TV comedy ’Last of the Summer Wine’ may recognise the area as the backdrop from this. In Holmfirth you’ll find a wide selection of cafés, bars, pubs and restaurants to suit the majority of tastes, together with a century old picture house and live music venue, and also a vineyard. Huddersfield is around 8 miles away and home to the UK’s first eco-spa, and a whole host of Peak District towns, villages and attractions are within easy reach to explore.£305From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Haworth, EnglandSituated in the very centre of the Calderdale market town of Todmorden is this beautifully presented property. Accessed via a short narrow lane a stone’s throw from Todmorden train station. As soon as you step through the gate you won’t be disappointed. You enter the property via the enclosed courtyard which catches the sun well into the evening, and into a wonderful sunroom. You’ll immediately find the property is jam packed full of character with each and every room stylishly decorated with a blend of beautifully coordinated colours and furnishings. The open plan living and dining space overlooks Todmorden’s’ open market on the main high street, and in the bathroom pride of place is a beautiful slipper bath. The access and steep narrow stairs mean the property isn’t suited to those with reduced mobility, however its central location and vicinity to the train station means it’s perfect for those wanting to give their cars a rest.
Within Todmorden town centre is a fine selection of restaurants, cafes, pubs and independent shops, together with the afore mentioned market for your shopping pleasure! Loved by outdoor enthusiasts you can spend the day walking along the Rochdale Canal or taking a hike along the Pennine Way to the Stoodley Pike Monument. Just under 5 miles (or a 7-minute train journey) is the popular destination of quirky Hebden Bridge which is also home to National Trusts Hardcastle Craggs.
From Hebden Bridge a scenic drive over the moors takes you to Haworth where the splendid Parsonage Museum commemorates the famous Bronte family who lived there. With the Peak District National Park to the south, the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the north and direct train links to both Leeds and Manchester you can be assured that there’s something to keep you busy and entertained throughout your whole trip. Pub and restaurant 175 yards.£62From price per night based on 7 night stay