Pet friendly cottages for 2 in Yorkshire

It is very nice to go away for frequent breaks and Yorkshire is an excellent holiday destination for a weekend break for 2 people with a dog.

good for couples - pet friendly cottages for 2 in YorkshireWeekend breaks over 2 or 3 nights are a lovely way of discovering Yorkshire in small steps. A weekend break is never long enough to become bored but long enough to visit the main attractions and enjoy a few good meals out.

Visitors to Yorkshire come to visit the national parks, the seaside towns and beaches on the coast and for city breaks to York, Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and the famous smaller towns of Harrogate, Ripon and Thirsk.

Visiting Yorkshire to walk the Moors and Dales is popular. Each season offers its own attractions. Wild daffodils adorn the hillsides in March, the valleys are carpeted by bluebells in May and summer brings the hillsides alive in glowing pink heather. Even the winter is not a deterrent as long as there are not any heavy snowfalls that might cause drifting. The dales in winter are covered in a crisp hoary frost that brings a glow to walker’s cheeks and crunches underfoot.

A cottage holiday for 2 people in Yorkshire can be a getaway for sightseeing or a remote rural retreat. Do come and taste Yorkshire, enjoy that experience of real warmth and true grit that is unique to this northern English county.


This is a list of foodie places in Yorkshire to visit during your cottage break.

I am sure that I am not the only person who thoroughly enjoys good food and drink on holiday. This list of suggested places to visit will appeal to anyone who feels the same way.

Yorkshire is famous for its cheeses, especially Wensleydale.

Yorkshire cheese on holidayVisit the Wensleydale Creamery and Museum in Wensleydale North Yorkshire, DL8 3RN to sample cheeses and enjoy afternoon tea. There are various other superb Yorkshire cheeses including Swaledale, Ribblesdale and Cotherstone Cheese.

Beer drinkers may wish to head to the North York Moors and Cropton Brewery which produces an extensive range of beers with fabulous names such as Haunting Hanks and Monkmans Slaughter. Tour and taste.

a Yorkshire treat of afternoon tea on holidayTraditional tea shops are scattered all over Yorkshire and serve up the most delicious afternoon teas with real northern hospitality. Betty's tea shop in Harrogate is very well known but there are numerous other really good tea shops that serve up dainty sandwiches, exquisite cakes and feather-light scones. Do write and let us know your favourite place for afternoon tea or high tea.

A day out in York can be thoroughly enjoyable with a dog on a lead. The riverboat cruises allow dogs on board and there are pubs that welcome dogs whilst you lunch.

Yorkshire is really convenient for anyone who lives in the area between the English Midlands and all the way to southern Scotland because travel to Yorkshire will be within a couple of hour’s drive, far enough to drive with a dog in the car.

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 Holidays for 2

If you have a day out in York you may wish to take the tour at York Brewery and sample their beers.

Lots of interesting and enjoyable places go visit and things to do in Yorkshire for couples with a dog or two.



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