Cottages for 6 + dog in Yorkshire

3 bedroom cottages that also accept dogs in Yorkshire are the ideal average family sized holiday cottage. Book somewhere large enough to allow everyone their own private space.

a list of pets welcome holiday cottages for 6 people in yorkshireIn the Northern part of the UK lies Yorkshire, the country's biggest county, packed to bursting with scenic wide-ranging terrain, grand historic estates and not one but two national parks: North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales. It is not difficult to see the attraction of Yorkshire to those wishing to breath fresh air, whilst enjoying relaxed walks with their pet far from the stresses of day to day life.

Why not enjoy this wealth of nature, morning till night, by treating yourselves to a break at one of the superb, 6 person, pet friendly holiday cottages, to be found in beautiful idyllic locations scattered across the county.

Two and four legged pals can revel in leisurely strolls, alongside the banks of North Yorkshire's River Esk. Watch as salmon leap virtually out of the river and keep your eyes peeled for sea trout hiding in the river's brown camouflage; either will make a tasty BBQ supper back at your holiday cottage. Yorkshire is full of such fishing locations, some close to woods, where non-fishing members of your party, may roam carefree with the dog as they search for berries and mushrooms. Lovers of the open sea and invigorating salty sea breezes can burn off excess energy with a run along the shore, or play a game of tag, on one of Whitby's two dog friendly beaches Runswick and Robin Hood Bays, without the fear of Dracula or worse still a finger wagging official appearing from behind a rock.

Enjoy tramping with your four legged pal (mainly off-lead), throughout the 400 acres of enchanting woodlands, interspersed with beautiful waterfalls, that comprises, National Trust run, Hardcastle Crags, near Hebden Bridge. Roe deer, woodpeckers and bats (9 species) abound and during May the woodland floor is engulfed in a sea of bluebells. Take a breather or round off your visit, with a delicious cup or two of flavoursome Yorkshire Tea (loved as far away as Poland), at the café within 19th century Gibson Mill.

Who can resist the temptation of being enveloped by the mouth watering delicious aromas of a farmers market, packed with fresh, local products just waiting to be carried off and enjoyed on a riverside picnic or even in the garden of your holiday cottage. Why not take the pouch for a run in dog friendly, Dalby Forest, near Pickering, before a forage for supplies at Pickering farmers market; maybe even leave time for peek at the ruins of Pickering Castle.

Wander along the 100 miles of footpath, through an unspoilt area of rugged and scenic moorlands, dotted with grazing sheep, that make up the ecological haven of NT run Marsden Moor Estate – a Site of Special Scientific. Then, see the landscape from an alternative perspective, with your pouch in tow, on one of the organized Night Sky Walks around the Estate.

Towns can be fun for both owner and pet; give your four legged friend an off-leash run, with no sheep or cattle to worry about, at The Stray in Leeds, then treat yourselves to some real ale at Veritas Ale in Great George Street, where man, woman and beast are all equally welcome.

There is so much beautiful countryside, Yorkshire tea and real ale to enjoy in Yorkshire, that one visit will probably not be near enough, fortunately there is bound to be an inviting pet friendly cottage, within reach of any part of this beautiful region that you may choose for any subsequent visits.

Walk, stroll or run in the direction of Yorkshire. Enjoy.


Affordable holidays for the whole family without squeezing your wallet.

Find cheap family cottage holidays in Yorkshire. The selection of self-catering accommodation available includes pet-friendly and ranges from basic cottages through to luxurious self-catering in Yorkshire.

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tea shops and cake after a walk in Yorkshire Visit  old dye houses and the historic cotton mills of Yorkshire out for dinner during your Yorkshire break Brimham Rocks in Nidderdale Yorkshire Yorkshire tea the oldest sweet shop in England is in Pately Bridge and dates back to 1661

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Children would enjoy seeing some of the spectacular waterfalls and limestone pavements in Yorkshire. Stumbling across wandering sheep on the road is also a childrens' delight.

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