Pet friendly cottages east Yorkshire

Eastern Yorkshire takes in the coast and the miles of North York Moors National Park.

Self-catering breaks are fantastic for those wishing to experience a home away from home environment but in a completely different setting in beautiful accommodation. Ranging from stunning country cottages buried within the forest to incredible villas overlooking the sea, there are plenty of options for those who choose to opt for this type of holiday and lots of great self-catering cottages all over Yorkshire. You and your loved ones can relax in a comfortable setting whilst being able to watch your favourite television shows and films in the luxury of your own private living room, with cosy sofas to crash on and your own garden to enjoy or let the kids run about it. Of course, you are provided with your own fully-equipped kitchen in self-catering cottages where you can prepare your favourite meals for the family to enjoy, making your rented accommodation feel even more like a holiday home.

Self-catering holidays are very popular with dog owners as these accommodations often welcome canine companions with open arms. These cottages will feel like another home to your dog as well as yourself, and you will feel like your holiday has been made complete if you are able to bring your furry friend along with the family. With private gardens for your dog to chase after sticks in, sprawling countryside, moorland and coastline over Yorkshire which are fantastic for taking your pet on long walks and a relaxing living environment, self-catering accommodation is definitely the best choice if you do not want to leave any part of the family behind on holiday!

Yorkshire is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK and it is home to some of the most incredible scenery imaginable. Unsurprisingly, there are plenty of National Parks and beaches to explore in this region, which are all perfect for taking dogs on wonderful walks as you both lap up your new surroundings. One of these National Parks is the North Yorks Moors, home to an abundance of wildlife, a rich cultural heritage and plenty of places to discover and stop off for a picnic with the family. There are gorgeous waterfalls and grassy hills and lots of walking trails, perfect for taking your dog on.

The North York Moors National Park can be found in the north east of Yorkshire. Although home to museums, castles, quaint villages and stately homes, there is also nearly 1,500 miles of walking trails and paths, several of which welcome dogs. During March to July it is advisable to keep your dog on a short lead, however, due to rare birds that often nest on the ground.



Beach holidays in Yorkshire's freindly seaside towns.

Yorkshire is home to some fantastic coastal areas with dog-friendly beaches and stunning paths running along the shoreline which make for a brilliant place in which to explore with your pet pooch. The sandy Whitby Beach in North Yorkshire is a Blue Flag awarded beach that welcomes dogs, although not towards the southern end. There is also the Scarborough North Bay Beach which has special areas for dog-walking. Again, there are not permitted in certain areas of this sandy beach but are free to roam the southern part.

Danes Dyke Beach can be found in East Yorkshire and welcomes dogs all year round. There are fantastic woodland trails here in the nearby Nature Reserve which is also great for taking you dog on an exploring adventure.

Self catering Yorkshire

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