Dogs welcome cottages for 8 in Yorkshire

Rent a 4 bedroom pet-friendly holiday cottage in Yorkshire for a healthy week out and about.

best deal dogs welcome cottages sleep 8 yorkshireSelf-catering cottages are ideal for family get-togethers either for a holiday or a special occasion. They can also be the answer to an enjoyable break for a group of friends, click on the photograph on the right to view a list of self-catering holiday cottages in Yorkshire that sleep 8 people and also allow accompanying dogs.

You might fancy a stylish barn conversion with comfortable accommodation, sleeping eight, with a well-equipped kitchen, a garden and amazing views. Alternatively, a spacious cottage property or a country house might be your preference. Think of wide open spaces and fresh air - the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors, or a village with access to one of the many attractive Yorkshire market towns. Your group might be made up of walkers, cyclists, history buffs, children who enjoy adventure activities, or the inevitable shopaholics. The choice on offer is endless – you will find something for everyone.

mountain biking in yorkshireFor mountain bike enthusiasts, Yorkshire offers miles of challenging trails. Dalby Forest, in the North York Moors boasts a visitor centre with world-class facilities and trails suitable for both beginners and advanced cyclists. Other popular mountain-biking areas are Otley Chevin Forest Park and Wharncliffe Woods. The Hawes Cycle Route (60 miles) offers recreational cycling along many of the same roads as Le Tour de France Stage 1 .

For the less active, there’s a multitude of things to see and do. Hawes, in Wensleydale, is home to the famous cheese factory and the award winning Dales Countryside Museum. Tadcaster and Selby are interesting small towns, both founded by the Romans and built from the same local limestone that was used for York Minster. Selby Abbey, founded in 1069, with the approval of William the Conqueror, features the 14th century Washington window displaying the family coat of arms.

harrogate in yorkshireFor those who enjoy larger towns, Harrogate and York should not be missed. Harrogate, with its imposing architecture, boasts a luxurious destination – the Royal Baths. The town is famous for excellent shopping – designer labels, high-end retailers and small independent shops.

Of interest: Victoria Shopping Centre, The famous Betty’s Tea Rooms, Mercer Art Gallery, Anstey Galleries.

YorkYork is still a favourite destination, with its famous Minster and ancient city walls. Specialist shops and little cafes line the narrow streets and the city is a treasure house of galleries and museums. Explore the town’s Roman, Viking and Medieval heritage. Children will enjoy the York Dungeon and York Maze.

Of interest: York Minster, Jorvik Museum, Castle Museum, Cliffords Tower, Richard III Museum, National Railway Museum, and much more.

Further afield: Bolton Abbey (N. Yorks), Castle Howard (Malton), Fountains Abbey (Ripon), Harlow Carr RHS Garden (near Harrogate), Ripley Castle & Gardens, Bolton Castle (Leyburn), Skipton Castle, North of England Activity Centre, Rufforth, Dinostar (interactive dinosaur museum), Kingston-upon-Hull.

On the coast: Scarborough (major resort), Whitby (quaint fishing port), Staithes (quiet fishing village), Filey (small resort), Bridlington (resort with beaches, golf courses, harbour and promenades).


Self catering for small walking groups

A four bedroom selfl-catering cottage may be just what a group of friends planning a walking holiday in Yorkshire is looking for. Taking dogs along makes the whole affair relaxed and homely.

yorkshire holidays for walking groupsBoth the Dales and the Moors provide miles of paths for exhilarating walks with some of the best scenery in England, not forgetting the coast, which borders the North York Moors National Park and offers thirty miles of coastal paths. You can pick up information on guided walks from any of the designated Visitor Centres.

A holiday cottage with four bedrooms will usually sleep 8 people. It is crucial to check the beds provided because there are holiday cottages with all double beds that would suit couples only and that might not do at all for a group of eight single people.

Self catering Yorkshire

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

Yorkshire Cottages for 8

A large cottage in Yorkshire sleeping 8 is perfect for an extended family group plus their dogs. Avoid bathroom queues in the morning by selecting cottages for 8 with at least 2 bathrooms.

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