Pet Friendly Holidays England
England is a dog lovers' country and so dog owners are spoiled for choice with an abundance of dog friendly rooms and dog friendly hotels in the UK. If you're looking for a pawsome getaway with your four legged friends.
- Great Yarmouth, EnglandThis spacious property has been thoughtfully presented throughout and offers a large, open-plan, social accommodation, all one level, having doors leading onto the pretty, enclosed, paved garden, with your very own hot tub to enjoy. On a balmy summer day, push open the doors to enjoy alfresco dining, and on an evening, why not relax in your private hot tub and watch the stars with a glass of bubbly. In the morning you can enjoy listening to the songbirds, an ideal spot to relax.
Beautifully styled throughout and the well-equipped kitchen will delight any chef enthusiast, an ideal choice for a family celebration and opportunity to dine together at home. On a balmy summer day open the doors, enjoy dining on the patio, relax in your private hot tub, and on an evening watch the twinkling stars with a glass of bubbly. Each bedroom has been thoughtfully furnished, with the master bedroom enjoying a super-king double bed with an en-suite shower room, and three further bedrooms, and a separate family bathroom. Even though there is no Wi-Fi, there is a strong mobile 4G signal and there are films downloaded on the TV.
This single-storey holiday home is peacefully tucked away in the coastal village of Burgh Castle. The village itself offers a local pub serving good food, 11 minutes’ walking distance, and a local holiday park has a good selection of facilities (day rates are chargeable) including indoor swimming pool (booking is advisable during peak summer) children’s soft play area and club bar and restaurant.
Nearby is one of the UK’s best preserved Roman sites, not only filled with history but it’s a beautiful place to wander, having panoramic views across Breydon Waters to the mills and marshes beyond, teeming with bird life. For super sandy beaches and seaside fun head to Gorleston on Sea or enjoy the Golden Mile at Great Yarmouth offering a host of traditional seaside attractions including the Pleasure Beach fun fair. Thrill seekers are also sure to enjoy a day out at Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park at Lowestoft. For a change of pace, visit Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and take the tiger walk across the treetops. Nearby Caister Castle features a classic car museum. Enjoy a day at the races, both horse and dog racing available locally. Great days out for the children are BeWILDerwood at Horning, the Dinosaur Park at Lenwade, and Sea Life centre at Great Yarmouth. There are lots of bistro opportunities located within the surrounding area.
You are also close to the Norfolk Broads National Park where you can explore these famous waterways by either chartering your own day launch, kayak, canoe, or paddle board hire or simply sit back and enjoy one of the river trips. This wonderful location means you really are close to all the action, including the city of Norwich, recently voted one of the top five cities to visit in the UK with its Norman castle and numerous museums, galleries, and theatres. Those who enjoy cycling and walking will discover that there are lots of great routes to enjoy from doorstep. Pub and restaurant 0.8 miles. Beach 3.4 miles.£126From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Dereham, EnglandThis glorious barn conversion has been meticulously designed and restored to create a luxurious holiday some for families and friends to enjoy. With open plan kitchen and dining area, the perfect space to come together and enjoy meals with your loved ones. Plus, large living area with games to keep the family entertained. Three kingsize bedrooms on the ground floor all with their own en-suite shower rooms. A spiral staircase leads to the large mezzanine, master bedroom, with kingsize bed plus en-suite bathroom, with separate shower. Smart TVs in all downstairs bedrooms. From the lounge you will find sliding patio doors to the private and enclosed, rear and side garden, with private hot tub to sit back and relax in after a day exploring the local area. There is also a patio firepit and wood is included. A bespoke garden corner seating area, with built in firepit or drinks cooler, providing the perfect spot to enjoy al fresco dining on a warm day.
The Owl Barn is in a secluded spot, at a Hobby Farm within the owner’s grounds, there are chickens, turkey’s and ducks on site – Children are welcome to help with egg collection. Up to two well behaved dogs (kept on leads) are welcome and there are also dog kennels provided adjacent to the property in a shady spot, if you wish to go out for the day. An enclosed horse paddock is also available for dogs to run free, horses accepted by request and private arrangement. Perfect for nature lovers, the owner offers access to a tranquil private nature walk within their grounds. Where you can enjoy the local nature. There is a pond and river at the end of the grounds, so please pay attention to warning signs and always supervise children and dogs. There are owl boxes in the trees with fitted cameras, which you will be able to view.
Conveniently placed, in the Norfolk village – Saham Toney, next door to an 18 hole Golf course and within a 5-minute drive to Watton, for all essential shops. Local pub within 1 mile. If you would like to explore the local area, Thetford Forest for high lodge forest adventure, Go Ape high ropes course and lots of great cycling and walking routes are just a 30-minute drive. Or take a trip to the stunning North Norfolk Coast and visit the long stretches of sandy beaches in traditional seaside towns, located within an hour’s drive. Norwich – a fine city, is well worth a visit. Offering something for everyone, with an abundance of independent and high street shops and restaurants, nestled within modern and medieval architecture and just a 40-minute drive.£177From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Thornton Steward, EnglandWelcome to Myton House, a charming holiday retreat nestled in the heart of Thornton Steward, Yorkshire. This idyllic village, surrounded by the breathtaking beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, offers a tranquil escape for those seeking a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure.
Thornton Steward, with its timeless charm and picturesque landscapes, provides an array of activities to suit every taste. Nature enthusiasts will find themselves in paradise, with the village serving as a gateway to the stunning Dales. Embark on invigorating hikes along the scenic trails, breathing in the crisp, fresh air as you discover hidden gems and panoramic vistas.
For a more leisurely experience, explore the village’s winding lanes and discover its rich history. Thornton Steward boasts a wealth of historic architecture, including the magnificent St. Oswald’s Church, where echoes of the past resonate through its ancient stones. Take a leisurely stroll through the village, marvelling at the quaint cottages and charming gardens that give Thornton Steward its timeless allure.
Food enthusiasts will delight in the local culinary offerings. Immerse yourself in the warmth of traditional Yorkshire hospitality by sampling regional delicacies at the local pubs and tearooms. Indulge in hearty meals made from locally sourced ingredients, a true taste of the countryside. Should you seek a bit of retail therapy, explore the nearby market towns, each with its own unique character. From boutique shops to antique stores, you’re sure to find treasures that capture the essence of Yorkshire craftsmanship.
Myton House in Thornton Steward is not just a holiday let; it’s a gateway to an enchanting world of natural beauty, historical charm, and culinary delights. Whether you crave the tranquillity of nature walks, the allure of historic architecture, or the warmth of local hospitality, Myton House invites you to create lasting memories in this quintessentially Yorkshire village.£71From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Horning, EnglandIn the lovely Broads village of Horning, a short walk from shops and riverside pubs, this extremely spacious and comfortable lodge property boasts a fine waterside setting with its own mooring in a small marina leading onto the main River Bure. The first floor balcony is a delightful place to relax and watch the boating activity and wildlife, and visitors can enjoy numerous attractions within a short drive. Scenic excursions on the Bure Valley Railway, the Wroxham Barns craft centre, Bewilderwood adventure park, stately Blickling Hall (NT), lovely sandy beaches and the cathedral city of Norwich with its castle, museums and galleries, cinemas and theatres, excellent shopping and wide choice of restaurants are all easily accessible. Situated within a 2 minute walk to a riverside pub, with village shops and other pubs within a 10-minute walk.£68From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Cheddar, EnglandThe Stables is a stunning ground floor apartment with private gardens and is set within the owner’s grounds. The property is of a high standard and includes a kitchen with granite worktops and underfloor heating throughout. Each beautiful bedroom is individually decorated and designed, with an eclectic mix of furniture and lighting. They are all en-suite, and a particular highlight of the master bedroom is its roll-top bath in the room. Each bedroom also has access to a private terrace, making this a perfect escape for couples or families by giving you privacy as well as all being able to come together in the beautiful living and kitchen areas.
Set in a quiet area within the village of Cheddar, The Stables is only 1½ miles from Cheddar Gorge and caves, as well as numerous pubs and restaurants. Suitable for either active breaks, with walking on the Mendip Hills and the wildlife of the Somerset Levels, or just to relax in comfort. Close by is the cathedral city of Wells, 5½ miles, Glastonbury, 11 miles, and Weston-super-Mare, 13 miles. The cities of Bath and Bristol are less than 50 minutes away. Beach 13 miles. Shop 1½ miles, pub and restaurant 1 mile.£147From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Stanhope, EnglandThe Stables is a stunning property and sits in an elevated position with grand views over rolling countryside, just outside the popular village of Stanhope in the Durham Dales. Within the extensive grounds there is a variety of seating areas, picnic tables and loungers - something here for everyone. Completed in July 2022, The Stables has been finished to an exceptional standard. Care has been taken to allow for accessible entry for less mobile guests, or wheelchair users. The spacious open plan living space has huge floor to ceiling windows bringing the outside in, the leather corner sofas are positioned to take full advantage of this. A suspended egg chair is bound to be a firm favourite, while a wall mounted Smart TV provides entertainment. There is a large well-equipped kitchen/dining room, boot room, a utility room and separate toilet. The bedrooms offer flexible sleeping arrangements on request.
Outside, enjoy a dip in the hot tub set in a smaller courtyard garden, a great way to relax after a busy day. Amble down to the fountain to find a quiet spot to read a book or enjoy an al fresco supper. As night draws in, take a warm throw to wrap up and sit and experience the amazing starry skies above. The children will love the activity play area. To cater for your stay, grocery deliveries from the major supermarkets are available, and if required arrangements can be made for a local Thai chef to provide meals on request (by contacting the owner).
The village centre is approximately one mile away with an excellent variety of local amenities, where you will find pubs, tea shops, cafés, butchers, bakers, and takeaways. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Stanhope is often referred to as ’The Gateway to the Dales’. There are many established walks, cycle paths, and routes running directly from the town and out toward some of the traditional villages. In the warmer weather, enjoy the Weardale Open Air Swimming Pool. Also ideal for children is the Weardale Railway which stops in Stanhope, and covers an 18-mile heritage line that chugs through parts of County Durham and has different events all year round. Other attractions include a visit to Raby Castle, or Barnard Castle with its lovely riverside walks and the famous Bowes Museum. Two horses, dogs, cats, and four hens live on the property.£174From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Penrith, EnglandThis eco ethos, self-built home with both solar and air source, having underfloor heating on the ground and first floor was lovingly built by the owners using traditional stone, offering a rustic retreat with a contemporary twist. Accommodating up to 9 guests in luxury and comfort, this cosy cottage is ideal for larger families, groups of friends or couples seeking a countryside escape in the Eden Valley, close to the Lake District with the Cumbrian Hills rising to the north.
The property boasts four bedrooms, all with large TV’s, some with TV feature walls, comprising one king with en-suite, two more king size bedrooms and a fourth bedroom which can accommodate three guests. All beds have luxury firm memory foam mattress with beautiful crisp white linen. You will find drencher showers both in the en-suite and main bathroom, which also features a large double ended bathtub with all toiletries and towels provided. The stylish modern kitchen with an island is perfect for socialising around, and features all modern appliances, including a dishwasher, washer, and dryer. The lovingly furnished living room houses a cosy wood burner, perfect for chilly nights in, and a new Samsung Qled 85” cinema screen/media wall Nintendo Switch, perfect for movie and games nights! Super-fast broadband means your digital needs are well catered for here.
The private off-road driveway accommodates two cars comfortably and the enclosed rear garden is a great space for any children or family pets to play in- there is even a private hot tub where you can relax and unwind with views of the beautiful countryside. Detached from the house is a large boot room facility, perfect for kicking off muddy boots and coats, and a dog bath and shower for pampering your pooch after your days exploring. Large blankets for nights sat under the stars, drinks fridge, dart board, recycling facilities.
The wonderfully welcoming owners have furnished the property with total guest comfort in mind and will be there to meet and greet you upon arrival. You will have the personal touch of them being on hand during your stay if you require, available to tailor your visit to your total satisfaction. E-bikes can also be booked prior to your arrival, by direct arrangement with the owners.
The local area has an abundance of pubs, cafes, and a local shop/post office all only a short drive away. Langwathby train station is close by where you can ride the Carlisle to settle route, the cottage is also on the C2C route.
For busy days of exploration walking straight from cherry cottage, be sure to visit Lacy’s Caves, a series of five chambers carved out of the sandstone cliff, set along a beautiful walking route with views of the river and wonderful garden to admire. Just a short walk from the village you can find Long Meg and her daughters, one of the finest stone circles in the north of England- ask the owners for its mythical and mysterious legend! These beautiful attractions can be enjoyed doing a circular walk.
If you are looking for activities to occupy the family, in the next village of Hunsonby there is an outdoor swimming pool open from April-September, and the village of Winskill has a large playground with zip wire to entertain our younger guests.
Whether it’s fun filled adventures in the countryside or simply enjoying time well spent together, Cherry Cottage has all you would ever need. Shop, restaurant 2 miles, pub 1 mile.£186From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Chipping Campden, EnglandHuckleberry Barn stands proudly within a private estate, nestled within fields and farmland. It combines the traditional with ultimate luxury, offering a truly exceptional experience. Lovingly restored you are in for a treat with its open plan living spaces, high beamed ceilings with all the original spindles and a high end country kitchen to cook up a hearty meal. Come together around the country table to enjoy good food, wine and make holiday memories.
The living room opens onto a large secluded courtyard, why not sit under the pergola, have dinner alfresco style whilst enjoying the views of the unspoilt country estate. Those seeking a little more hustle, bustle, and drama, just take a short drive up the road to Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace. Shop until you drop, enjoy some pre-theatre cocktails and world-renowned Royal Shakespeare.
Set on the tip of the Cotswolds you are just a short drive to the famous Chipping Campden area you are perfectly positioned to explore the Cotswolds Way. Want to get a little wild? Take a safari and visit the Cotswold Wildlife Park or soak up the flowers at Kiftsgate Court gardens.
Looking for a truly special meal, or simply do not want the hassle of cooking? Then take advantage of the estate’s private chef. Book the cook whilst you enjoy the delights of your surroundings or simply have a soak in the hot tub or indulge in a personal training session or yoga for one to one or more (must be booked in advance).£310From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Chulmleigh, EnglandTembridge House is a luxurious, four-bedroom converted barn set on West Yeo Farm near Witheridge in mid Devon. Guests will love the rural tranquil location with its abundance of wildlife and beautiful views, together with the property’s underfloor heating, plenty of parking and large garden. The open plan living space feels bright and spacious with exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. After a fun-filled day exploring Devon, gather your friends and family around the dining table for a homecooked meal. The living area offers a cosy place to unwind, coordinated with three comfortable sofas, a Smart TV with Freeview, a DVD player and a wood burner to warm those cooler evenings. The beautiful kitchen has granite worktops and is well equipped with an electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, American fridge/freezer with an ice dispenser, dishwasher and a washing machine. With doors opening out into the enclosed garden, you can enjoy the sunny patio and idyllic views, with a collection of furniture and a charcoal barbecue. Upstairs are three further bedrooms; one kingsize bed with an en-suite shower room, and two other twin bedrooms. The family bathroom offers both a bath and a shower cubicle. Make sure you take the time to admire the characterful mezzanine landing, which peers down upon a charming stone feature wall belonging to the kitchen.
Surrounded by rolling green fields in splendid isolation, West Yeo Farm is set over 76 acres. This medieval farm, mentioned in the Domesday book, enjoys uninterrupted countryside views across the valley to the village of Witheridge beyond. There are many interesting walks across the land and along the river nearby, and in the autumn, it is possible to help with the annual apple harvest and cider production. This part of Devon is an excellent touring base with easy access to lots of places of interest. Nearby you can explore the Two Moors Way, visit RHS Rosemoor, The Grand Western Canal, Knightshayes House or the breathtaking scenery at Exmoor National Park, a short drive away. There are plenty of National Trust properties in the area, as well as some fabulous villages and farm shops.
West Yeo Farm is just a couple of miles from Witheridge and a short drive from the market town of South Molton, known for its pannier market, quaint tea rooms and antiques shops. The accommodation is set midway between Devon’s two coastlines, convenient for a day out to either. The award-winning North Devon coastline is within a 50-minute drive and has golden sandy surfing beaches, whilst the Jurassic South Devon coastal beauty spots are within an hour’s drive.
Tembridge House can be booked together with Upper Red Down (ref UK37699) to accommodate up to 12 guests.£100From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ross-on-Wye, EnglandThe historic market town of Ross on Wye is perfectly situated for a break in the beautiful Wye Valley, set amongst picturesque south Hereford countryside, close to the Welsh mountains in the west, the Malvern Hills and Forest of Dean. Good walking from the door to the Wye Valley Walk and within easy driving distance of the cathedral cities of Hereford, Worcester and Gloucester.
Visit Symonds Yat Rock, famous for its nesting peregrine falcons, the Forest of Dean for cycling and walking and the Wye Valley for rock climbing, fishing and canoeing. Within easy driving for racing at Cheltenham, Chepstow and Worcester. Another popular location for climbers and walkers is the Malverns, Brecon Beacons and Skirrid Fawr. This property is set in a large garden on a quiet private lane and offers guests a peaceful area to retreat to while still being within easy walking distance of the Town centre which hosts an array of bars, shops and restaurants for guests to enjoy.£114From price per night based on 7 night stay