North England

We have a range of Pet Friendly Cottages throughout Cumbria and the North of England including places such as the Lake District, Durham, Lancashire, Northumberland and Yorkshire

Croft Cottage, Kirknewton, Near Wooler, Northumberland

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 3
  • With its archaic ivy covered exterior and ample grounds to wander, Croft Cottage has an appealing aura of elegance and tranquillity. The cottage is situated in an area with a tumultuous past, close to the Northumberland coast, offering easy access to surrounding historical attractions, such as well-preserved or partially crumbled medieval constructions and sites of notable significance. Besides sightseeing, guests can also keep active through a number of sports available in the vicinity, such as cycling, horse riding and golf.

    As a distinctive feature, Croft Cottage permits fishing for salmon and trout on its grounds. Outdoors, it also provides parking and the use of a private garden, equipped with garden furniture and a barbecue. The interior is excellently fitted, even encompassing a highchair to accommodate very young children. You will find it is endowed with every needful appliance, from a washing machine and drier to kitchen apparatuses, plus home entertainment devices consisting of a television, video and DVD set and a radio-cassette player. You will only be charged for electricity use and heating by meter reading, which ensures fairness. Moreover, as a bonus, logs for the fire are completely free of charge.

    Weekly prices from £322 – £745


    Park Style Cottage, Broughton-In-Furness, Cumbria

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 1
  • This lovely traditional cottage, with a genuine rustic architecture and interior décor, is located in close proximity of the Lake District National Park, which is a highly favoured tourist destination. The entire surrounding area is ideal for activities such as walking, cycling, climbing and hiking. Other sports facilities are also available, such as golf or tennis courses; one can also practice waters ports, sailing and fishing. Historical attractions can also be found in abundance, for instance tourist friendly castles and other epochal constructions.

    The cottage itself offers all needful commodities and is suitable for families or small groups. It is furnished up to the last detail and includes a high chair, which is very useful for families with small children. There is an electric fire in the sitting room, adding to its charming rural atmosphere. The kitchen is equipped with everything one might need, including a microwave and coffee maker. In terms of outdoor space and annexes, guests can also make use the garage and cycle store, an extra parking space and a private garden, which is furnished as well.

    Weekly prices from £337 – £686


    Geldard Cottage Wigglesworth, Nr. Settle, North Yorkshire

  • Pets: 1
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Overlooking the areas surrounding the three peaks in the Yorkshire Dales the Geldard Cottage in Wigglesworth is a terrific base to explore the surrounding area. It is set just on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and lies within driving distance of the Lake District. The local market town of Settle is only four miles away.

    A great location to stay if you are considering the well known three peaks challenge and a great place to relax after. catering for up to six people the cottage offers a modern environment with a sitting room, dining area and a kitchen. There is a double bedroom, a twin room and a single room with an additional pull out bed.

    Weekly prices from £371 – £745


    Cracket Cottage, Westgate, Durham

  • Pets: 2
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Close to historic Durham and attractions such as the Northumberland National Park and Hadrian’s Wall (the English – Scottish border), this cottage is set in an area of great natural beauty and cultural heritage. There are many Roman and Norman vestiges, medieval castles and historic mansions to visit, linked to many relevant events throughout the centuries. Sports available locally include fishing, riding and pony trekking. Shopping facilities and good quality traditional eating venues are all within easy reach.

    The cottage itself is defined by character through its outer and inner features, with its stone floor and beamed ceilings. It comprises a furnished patio and garden, as well as a parking space. A number of services usually charged for by cottage owners are encompassed in the price, such as electricity, solid fuel central heating, bedding and towels. The cottage is conveniently quipped with a washing machine and dryer, a highchair, hair dryer and microwave, plus a range of home entertainment appliances. There is an open fire in the sitting room, which adds to the period features of the cottage and creates a romantic atmosphere.

    Weekly prices from £296 – 572


    The Old Stables, Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria

  • Pets: 2
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Situated very close to the Lake District Natural Park and the coast, this coquet cottage is a converted stable and preserves many of its original architectural features, such as its beamed ceilings. It is surrounded by a lovely countryside area, with picturesque villages boasting a wide array of cultural and historical attractions. The area is perfect for scenic walks, cycling and golf (there are two golf courses in the vicinity of the cottage). There are also numerous pubs and eating venues within easy reach.

    These Lake district cottages offers the use of very modern services and appliances, providing wireless internet broadband free of charge. The kitchen is equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, larder fridge and freezer, as well as an automatic washing machine. The heating, which uses gas, is included in the price, together with the electricity, towels and bed linen. There is an off road parking space and the outside area comprises a furnished patio, where many quality moments can be spent. The electric fire in the living room features a wood burner effect, which is quite charming. Two pets are allowed, which makes any family holiday complete and stress-free.

    Weekly prices from £352 – £680

    Vale of York Cottages

    Fuchsia Cottage, North Yorkshire, Vale of York

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • The setting of this cottage doesn’t get more tranquil. Located in the delightful and rural village of Linton on Ouse in the Vale of York, the delights of this quaint property are clear for all to see. It is spacious and well equipped on the inside and is also immersed in beautiful gardens that combine one acre of well looked after and artistic beauty on the outside. These gardens also prove to be a real haven for wildlife. The property is also close to quaint and idyllic villages nearby which all feature plenty of amenities for your convenience as well as museums, shops and restaurants.

    The area is also known for its vivid and intriguing history and heritage, with sights such as the Minster and universities proving unmissable. The property itself is very clean and tidy and has two bedrooms on the first floor. There is a double room and a twin room as well as a shower room. On the ground floor is where you will be able to spend much of your time on an evening. There is a hallway, a sitting/dining room with an electric fire and a well equipped kitchen.

    It has to be said however that the outside of the property really does sell the place. The beautiful large garden proves heavenly for outdoor lovers as there is plenty of land and serene plants to help you relax and unwind on a summer’s evening. There is also a village pub in walking distance and for the younger ones who like an activity, there is fishing and golf activities available close by. All mod cons have also been catered for as there are TVs and DVD players available and for those summer nights, a barbecue is also available for you to enjoy.

    Weekly prices from £270


    Castle Cottage, North Yorkshire, North York Moors

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • Castle Cottage is just like every holiday lodge should be. It is situated in the quaint village of Husthwaite, just two miles from Coxwold, and is ideal for visiting all the delights of York and its heritage as well as the beauty and natural paradise that is the North York Moors. As well as its wonderful location the cottage also has plenty of charms itself. Built in the 1600s’s, the property still has evidence of its fabulous history dotted all around. For instance, it has an array of original beams as well as an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove that helps to keep its heritage alive.

    Despite these features showcasing the cottage’s history, the property also has plenty of modern conveniences that are designed with contemporary and stylish living in mind. This brings it right into the twenty first century, meaning you really get the best of this property – the rustic charms of its past blended in with a new modern styling which helps to create the ‘ultimate’ holiday accommodation. On the ground floor, there is a sitting room with a beamed ceiling as well as a dining kitchen which has a door that leads out onto the patio and the pretty enclosed garden. All bedrooms can be found on the first and second floor respectively.

    There is one double bedroom as well as a large bathroom with bath, basin and shower on the first floor and on the second floor there is a twin bedroom which offers splendid views towards the chalk white horse on the Hambleton Hills. This cottage really does have everything – a fantastic location that allows you to make the most of natural beauty as well as a sublime property that provides charm and character as standard.

    Weekly prices from £308


    South Lodge, Wilberfoss, Nr. York, Vale of York

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • This pretty property was originally built in 1760 and has been added to and refurbished to make it larger and more contemporary whilst also keeping the timeless look and feel of the accommodation. The location of the cottage is also ideal, set only 10 miles away from the medieval city of York which offers an array of sight-seeing attractions that showcase the city’s impressive past.

    The cottage is also close in close proximity to Pocklington which is a traditional Yorkshire village that offers pretty shops and plenty of conveniences, not to mention the start of the Yorkshire Wolds which is a large expanse of pristine countryside that is simply breathtaking. Other well known attractions such as Castle Howard can also be found here. The property itself is also a big talking point as it offers a stylish and light interior that makes any stay welcoming and comfortable. There is a utility room as well as a nice kitchen area and a large living room – with the latter being good for family time.

    There is also a large dining area as well as a twin bedded room with an en-suite bathroom. Another twin bedded room and a double room make up the sleeping arrangements, with a bathroom/WC also on offer. All modern conveniences have also been catered for within this property including TVs/radios and microwaves. Outside, there is also an enclosed garden and an area to exercise dogs as well as a patio with furniture.

    Weekly prices from £319


    Foston Grange Cottage, Foston, Nr. York, North York Moors

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • If you love to sample the beauty of the open countryside, then this property will be perfect for you. Located in a tranquil and rural setting and surrounded by a plethora of greenery and rolling hills, this large cottage makes for perfect holiday accommodation, not to mention excellent walking opportunities. Dating back to the 18th century, the cottage is located on the owners’ working farm and is set down a farm track that is great for peace and privacy.

    Inside the property you will find the interior is very contemporary and light, but also in evidence are a few of the old fashioned features that are original aspects of the property – meaning as well as a modern and relaxed atmosphere, you are also provided with all the traditions of the property from centuries ago. The cottage has a log burning stove and polished wood floorboards in the sitting and dining room for instance and also has a well equipped kitchen area. On the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms – one double that offers sublime countryside views, one twin and one single with stowaway. There is also a large bathroom.

    It isn’t just the beauty of the interior that will lure you to this property though; it is also its amazing location. There’s an abundance of footpaths that can lead you on a journey of discovery and amazement dotted all around the property and there are also many seaside locations for you to sample a little further afield. Whitby, Filey and Scarborough for instance are in close proximity. The beautiful rural setting of this property as well as its wonderful views certainly shouldn’t be passed up on.

    Weekly prices from £359


    Merricote Cottage, York, North Yorkshire

  • Sleeps: 8
    Bedrooms: 4
    Pets: 2
  • If you want your holiday to incorporate relaxation, tranquility and plenty of sightseeing opportunities, then look no further than Merricote Cottage. Located within three acres of landscaped gardens and woodland, this cottage is set on the fringes of York itself meaning you have all the peace and quiet you need to unwind, whilst still being able to access the historical city whenever you feel like it.

    The Vale of York offers some superb attractions including the Jorvik Viking Centre, the National Railway Museum, the Designer Shopping Outlet and plenty of historical attractions such as York Minster.

    The property itself is also a big talking point as it offers superb accommodation that is styled beautifully and shows a real eye for detail and class. Contemporary fixtures and fittings as well as light tones really help to make this cottage stand out from the rest. There is a large and comfortable sitting room with an open fire as well as a hallway and a dining room and kitchen area that are both spacious too. There are also two double bedrooms as well as two twin bedded rooms and a large bathroom.

    Weekly prices from £397

    Pet Friendly Cottages Lancashire

    Roeburndale Barn at Hill Farm Barns, Higher Tatham

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • Pretty as a picture and set in two hundred and fifty acres of lush, green farmland, Roeburndale Barn is one of two wonderfully furnished barn conversions at Hill Farm Barns. Boasting stunning panoramic views over the Lakeland fells as well as delicious scenery that features mountains, it is clear to see why people head here for a taste of tranquillity and unspoilt splendour.

    Aside from its delightful farm setting, the barn is also top of the range in the accommodations stakes too. On the outside it is rustic and traditional in every which way, however on the inside, the standards are modern and top quality which makes it extremely homely. The interior is delightfully furnished and all the rooms are wonderfully spacious, which means all the family will be comfortable and well catered for. Inside, there is a double bedroom plus an en-suite bathroom with a shower over a whirlpool bath, as well as a double bedroom and a twin bedded room that has a TV/DVD. There is also an extra shower room for all the other guests too.

    In terms of conveniences, nothing has been spared and you really are made to feel like VIPs. All luxuries come with the barn including TVs, fridge, dishwasher and logs for the fire (the logs come at a cost after the first batch however). If you’re lucky enough to experience some good weather however, there is also a wonderful patio with garden furniture which will mean you can relax and unwind in the most beautiful of locations after a day exploring the vast beauty that surrounds you.

    Weekly prices from £560


    Bowford Cottage, Balderston

  • Sleeps: 7
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • If you want a taste of idyllic countryside living, this cottage is for you. Nestling prettily in the Ribble Valley, this new build stone cottage is not only a comfortable base to explore all the natural beauty that surrounds you, it is only a short time away from other big, more outgoing attractions such as Blackpool and the city life of Manchester. The cottage is in a great place to experience a wealth of attractions, regardless of taste. From the beauty of the Lake District that is perfect for hikers, to the livelier places like Liverpool that is ideal for an energetic day out, this cottage could provide you with the chance to experience it all.

    In terms of facilities, it is also a great choice. Laid out in the beautiful farmhouse style, the barn is home to a sitting room with an open fire as well as a double bedroom and en-suite, plus a double bedroom and twin bedded room. There is also a kitchen/diner which epitomises all the great features of a wonderful farm house. All modern conveniences have been catered for too, with three TVs/DVD and fridge freezer too. The patio and garden are also ideal for making the most of the delightful summer evenings.

    Weekly prices from £358


    Lakeland Fells View

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • With delightful views over the spectacular fields and countryside, this wonderfully converted cottage is not only ideal for people who love the countryside, it is also ideal for pets too as there is so much free space surrounding every side of this simply stunning property. With delicious panoramic views stretching as far as the eye can see – the Lake District is in particular focus and the house is nestled in the perfect spot to appreciate all that it boasts.

    If you want a change to walking however, there is also a water sports centre nearby – perfect for the younger, more active ones amongst you. Inside the property, every single room is exquisitely furnished and is done with space and contemporary living in mind. When it comes to layout, there is an open plan sitting room as well as an ample kitchen with all conveniences including fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a larder fridge. There is also a double bedroom with an en-suite shower and a twin bedded room with a separate bathroom.

    Weekly prices from £352


    Laytham’s Farmhouse, Nr Slaidburn, Ribble Valley

  • Sleeps: 9
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • This idyllic seventeenth century longhouse, is the perfect base for you to stay whilst exploring all the rich and unspoilt landscape that is so prominent in these parts. It is also in a delightfully central location to experience historic local towns as well as Morecambe and the Yorkshire Dales nearby. This delightful accommodation however, is also renowned for its interior. It’s traditional in every single way and is very much rustic in appearance.

    It is perfect for people who want to experience the fine life and get a flavour of countryside living too. The longhouse is also very spacious and makes the most of its vast space. For instance, it has a dining room with a sofa bed as well as a shower room and kitchen. On the first floor, there is a spacious sitting room with an open fire as well as a sofa bed, two double bedrooms and a twin bedded room. For a little extravagance, there is also a grand piano.

    Weekly prices from £418


    Lakeside Cottage, Silverdale, Nr. Carnforth

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • If you love the peace and quiet as well as all things natural, this place will prove to be your haven. The beautiful and delightful cottage is set in the best possible spot for bird lovers as well as nature lovers in general and boasts some spectacular views to boot. If this picture perfect delight isn’t enough for you however, there are also many other attractions nearby including the Lake District.

    In terms of the interior, every single room is delightfully homely and epitomises tradition and grandeur throughout. There is an entrance porch, plus an open plan sitting room, dining area and fitted kitchen corner. In terms of sleeping arrangements, there is a double bedroom and a second bedroom with a futon. There is also an adequately sized bathroom with a shower over the bath.

    Weekly prices from £296


    Cheshire Cottages

    Millington Hall Cottage, Nr. Knutsford

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 2
  • This quaint, rural cottage is part of the owners working farm, and is adjoined to their property. It’s a beautifully furnished, well kept little getaway, nestled in the Cheshire countryside just four miles from the local towns of Altrincham and Knutsford. Guests won’t have far to go for activities or entertainment, Tatton Park is only two miles away, and the Jodrell Bank Science Centre is a short car journey. Nature trails, footpaths, and cycling are all close to Millington Hall, as it’s ideally placed for all kinds of outdoor pursuits.
    The cottage is a spacious, farmhouse style building, with beams throughout the living/dining area, and generous sized bedrooms. It has a porch and games room on the ground floor, and a large double bedroom, twin bedroom, single bedroom, and family bathroom on the first floor.

    Weekly price from £312


    Wharf cottage, Nr. Macclesfield

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 1
  • Wharf cottage is a canal-side residence that combines the beauty of the Peak District National Park with the traditional rural charm of nearby Macclesfield, to bring guests the best of nature’s splendour and local conveniences. Just a few feet from the back door, the canal provides fishing for visitors to enjoy, and only two miles away there are nature walks which take you to all the areas places of interest – such as Macclesfield Forest, Roaches Rocks, Gritstone Trail, and the tranquil Teggs Nose Country Park. Take in some of Macclesfields history at The Silk Museum, or learn something at Jodrell Bank Science Centre.
    The cottage is fully equipped with electric and gas central heating; it has an open plan kitchen/dining area, a double bedroom, twin bedroom, single bedroom and family bathroom. There are facilities for one small dog, that the owners request is well behaved.

    Weekly price from £352


    Well Tree Cottage, Gawsworth

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • Originally part of Gawsworth Hall estate, Well Tree Cottage is an exquisite example of the areas history and tastes. Both the building and the 0.25-acre garden are beautifully kept, and represent the ultimate in quality and peaceful seclusion. Guests are free to admire the stunning carp ponds; some of which where constructed in the sixteenth century, and Gawsworth Hall is always popular with visitors to the area. The Peak District National Park is only five miles away, offering scenic country walks and cycling routes. Macclesfield is a short three-mile journey, and Little Moreton Hall is just ten miles away. Further a-field, Chatsworth, Alton Towers, and Chester all have hours of family entertainment available, not forgetting great shops and quality food.
    The light, spacious interior of Well Tree Cottage and superb views will make guests want to come back again and again. There’s also a handy utility room, entrance hall, and wood burning fire – with logs available for a small fee.

    Weekly prices from £381


    Watermill Cottage, Nr. Chester

  • Sleeps 5

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Pets 1
  • Built by a small river, this perfectly turned out cottage is every nature lover’s ideal location for country walks and outdoor pastimes. It’s only five miles from Delamere Forest in the Peak District National Park, where visitors can enjoy walking, cycling, fishing and all the fun of Go Ape family entertainment. With Liverpool under an hour away, if guests are willing to travel a little, they can take a river trip down to the Albert Dock, or go for a ride on the Mersey Ferry. Closer to Watermill Cottage, it’s just a short stroll up the road to farm shops and independent retailers, or the local pub for food and beverages.
    Watermill Cottage is not only in a great location, it’s also very luxurious. Both bedrooms are en-suite; there are oak floors throughout the sitting areas, a fitted kitchen, additional room for smaller children, and a patio that offers stunning views across the nearby river.

    Weekly prices from £352


    Sophie’s Retreat, Oxton, Wirral, Merseyside


  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • If it’s a tranquil, coastal setting you’re after, as well as comfortable furnishings and interesting surroundings, then Sophie’s Retreat could be the cottage for you. The small town of Oxton is only a quarter of a mile away – which boasts a Michelin star restaurant – and the beaches of the Wirral are within walking distance. Under four miles away, guests can take a trip on the Mersey Ferry to the centre of Liverpool, with its many attractions, such as the Tate Gallery and the Maritime Museum.
    The Cheshire countryside is filled with Halls and Country Houses to visit, nature walks and cycles paths, perfect for getting to know the great outdoors, and Sophie’s Retreat has a friendly local pub almost on its doorstep.
    Inside, the cottage is beautifully decorated, with gas and electric central heating, a washer/dryer, and even a hot tub. There’s a wood burning stove in the living room and a patio on the first floor – ideal for lazing the summer evenings away – which includes a chimenea in case it gets chilly outside.

    Weekly prices from £388


    Pet Friendly Cottages in Cumbria

    Pavey Ark, Bowness-On-Windemere, Lake District

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 1
  • The spectacular views alone are reason enough to visit this stunning lakeside retreat, situated near Bowness-On-Windermere. The extensive amenities are another aspect of Pavey Ark cottage that keep guests in the lap of luxury as they take in the magnificent scenery. There’s plenty to do at Pavey Ark, including an indoor swimming pool, sauna, and entertainment room. For those relaxing summer evenings, enjoy the terraces and barbecue area that overlook ten acres of lush Cumbrian countryside. The cottage is tastefully decorated to reflect its history, but there’s nothing ancient about it’s interior, aside from the entertainment facilities, there is a sunroom, a large living/dining area, and three double bedrooms – one with an ensuite bathroom.

    Outside the cottage, Bowness has lots to offer too, there are shops, galleries, a cinema, the Steam Boat Museum and numerous great quality pubs and restaurants. Explore the surrounding areas with nature trails leading all the way to nearby Hawkshead, famous as the home of children’s author Beatrix Potter.

    Weekly prices from £791


    Kiln Green Farmhouse, Nr. Milnthorpe, Cumbria

  • Sleeps 7
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 2
  • Just a mile from the charming town of Milnthorpe, Kiln Green Farmhouse offers accommodation for up to seven people – that includes facilities for a small child, such as a bed and highchair. The cottage is joined to the owners home, so you can rest assured that it is kept to the highest standards, and is only yards from 33 acres of land, where guests can enjoy fly fishing, picnics, or relaxing walks along the riverside. For families wanting to explore more of the surrounding areas, there’s the famous Lake Windemere only a short journey away, and plenty more of the beautiful Cumbrian countryside to admire.

    The farmhouse style of Kiln Green makes for a unique holiday experience, it has beamed ceiling throughout, as well as a log fire and open plan kitchen/dining area. There are two bathrooms, two double rooms – one with an additional single bed for a child, and a twin bedroom.

    Weekly prices from £473


    Mini Murton House, Nr. Appleby, Cumbria

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • Ideally placed for nature lovers and avid ramblers, Mini Murton House combines modern accommodation with the historic charm and character of a former working barn. Renovated to the highest degree, Mini Murton is a comfortable, inviting retreat, surrounded by rolling hills and picturesque countryside. The historic town of Appleby is only four miles away from the cottage, with some great independent shops and restaurants, as well as the summer fairs that make the market town famous – in particular the Gypsy Horse Fair that takes place in June. In addition to the attractions at Appleby, there are many nature reserves and sporting pastimes to take advantage of, the most popular being the golf course and cycling routes.

    Mini Murton is the perfect location for a family holiday, there is an open plan living/dining area, with a wood burning stove and farmhouse kitchen, the kids will love the four foot bunk beds and the grown-ups will be able to enjoy the views from their double room on the mezzanine level.

    Weekly prices from £267


    Amber Cottage, Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 1
  • Families looking to experience everything the Cartmel Peninsula has to offer need look no further than Amber Cottage, a beautifully renovated country house within walking distance of local amenities and natural attractions. The cottage is under six miles from Lake Windermere, Sizergh Castle, and Hawkshead – home of children’s author Beatrix Potter, as well as being less than half a mile from Holker Hall and Park. Guests should head into the nearby village to taste some local cuisine or browse the independent shops, or get their walking boots on and traverse the area on foot via the many nature trails crossing the countryside.

    Amber Cottage is decorated and cleaned to the standards of a hotel, but without the temporary feel or clinical furnishings. Each room is welcoming and modern, whilst remaining comfortable, and providing all modern facilities to make guests feel at home. It has an open plan living/dining area, a double bedroom, twin bedroom, and facilities available for a maximum of one pet. We hope you will enjoy one of the pet friendly cottages in Cumbria

    Weekly prices from £381


    Finkle Cottage, Pooley Bridge, Cumbria

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 3
  • Finkle Cottage is located in Pooley Bridge, a 16th century town on the banks of the River Eamont. A popular holiday destination for both families and couples alike, the town is known for it’s shops and buildings that have stood for centuries, particularly the local tea rooms and pubs, and for mixing the old with the new, with its many water activities that take place on the north end of Lake Ullswater. Ferry journeys over the lake are a pastime of choice for many visitors, as well as the expansive nature trails and cycling routes that run through the Lake District National Park.

    This charming cottage incorporates modern conveniences with 17th century character, it has a wood-burning stove in the living room and dining room, a galley kitchen, a double bedroom, a twin bedroom, and a single bedroom, as well as a family bathroom and an extra toilet on the ground floor. The enclosed garden is ideal for letting the dogs off the lead, but be sure to keep them under control outside of the cottage grounds.

    Weekly prices from £352


    Northumberland Cottages

    Croft Cottage, Kirknewton, Nr. Wooler, Northumberland

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 3
  • Nestled between the Cheviot Hills and the coast of Northumberland, Croft Cottage combines comfortable, modern accommodation needs with a rich history, surrounded by acres of charming scenery. Inside, the building boasts a beautiful open fireplace, a dining room, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, two twin rooms, and one bathroom. Linen is included in the price, and there are facilities available for children to stay – such as a cot and highchair. Other additions include; garden furniture, barbecue area, and onsite parking.

    The cottage is perfect for nature-lovers, who may want to explore the lush countryside around them, or just enjoy the views of the picturesque farmland from their windows. History enthusiasts will have plenty to chose from too, the famous Flodden battlefield is only a short journey away, as is the medieval Etal Castle. The area is well known for it’s outdoor sports, so fitness fans won’t be disappointed, trout and salmon fishing is available, along with bicycle hire, and extensive golf courses.

    Weekly prices from £337


    Periwinkle Cottage, Alnwick, Northumberland


  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • Alnwick has been one of Northumberland’s most popular getaways for generations, and the lovely village of Embleton, in Alnwick, won’t disappoint. Only a minimal distance from the pristine coastline, Periwinkle Cottage is perfectly placed for all the local amenities and attractions. This stone cottage was once a coach house, but was recently converted to guest accommodation; it is close to local pubs and other village necessities such as a post office. There’s plenty to keep the family entertained in Alnwick, take them to enjoy the scenery along the many coastal walks, or to admire the famous Alnwick Castle and it’s superb gardens. Craster harbour and Dunstanburgh Castle are also worth the short trip from Embleton. Furthermore, there are several companies operating seasonal boat trips to visit the bird and seal colonies on the Farne Islands, as well as day trips to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.

    Periwinkle Cottage comes fully furnished with a kitchen, open plan living and dining area, double bedroom, twin bedroom, and bathroom. In addition, guests can really appreciate the coastal cottage experience with a wood burner effect fireplace to make the evenings snug and comfortable.

    Weekly prices from £267


    Old Lyham Cottage, Nr. Belford, Northumberland

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • Old Lyham Cottage is situated just six miles from the Northumberland coastline, it also boasts stunning views of the Cheviot Hills and is only a short distance from the Scottish borders. Despite this convenient and popular location, guests at Old Lyham Cottage can still expect a peaceful stay in this secluded spot. The cottage itself is over 350 years old, in keeping with the areas substantial history, and it’s an ideal base for viewing several of Northumberland’s famous castles – such as Bamburgh and Alnwick. Only a short drive away, guests can enjoy the many coastal attractions that are available, including a trip to the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, or an unforgettable boat ride to visit the seal or bird colonies along the seafront.

    You won’t find another place with the charm and character of Old Lyham Cottage, a wood burning stove acts as a centrepiece to the open plan living/dining area – where beams line the ceiling and the historic feel of the cottage is brought into the modern world with a fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, double bedroom, and twin bedroom.

    Weekly prices from £328


    Stable Cottage, Kielder, Northumberland


  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Pets 1

    Stable Cottage not only has all the modern conveniences any holidaymaker could want – including a hot tub – but it also benefits from superb views of the nearby Kielder Reservoir and all that the Northumberland National Park has to offer. Outdoors enthusiasts will find this the perfect getaway; there’s walking, fishing, water skiing, cycling, bird watching, to name a few of the local pastimes. Stable Cottage is situated in Ravenshill Forest Park, which means nature is right on the doorstep for any guests coming to stay, and when the days activities are over, it’s just a short walk into the village for some tasty local cuisine.

    Visitors may be pleasantly surprised by Stable Cottage when they arrive, although it fits in perfectly with it’s historical surroundings, it’s not short on modern amenities. The spacious feel of the place comes from the open plan kitchen/dining area, as well as the fantastic views across the countryside. One of the two double bedrooms benefits from an ensuite bathroom, and there is a second bathroom on the top floor, along with a twin bedroom. There is also an attractive decked garden, so guests can relax and put their feet up in the evening.

    Weekly prices from £473


    Far Horizons, Spittal, Berwickshire


  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Pets 2
  • With breathtaking ocean views, and only a short walk to the beach, Far Horizons offers the ideal getaway to holidaymakers who want to enjoy Spittal’s attractions without straying too far from the homestead. The cottage is situated just above the town’s promenade, almost within touching distance of the sandy shores that attract thousands of visitors every year. Northumberland’s National Park runs along the coastline, displaying magnificent beaches, woodland, and of course Northumberland’s many famous castles, such as Alnwick and Bamburgh. For guests that aren’t adverse to a little travelling during their stay, Berwick-upon-Tweed is just two miles away from Far Horizons cottage, with it’s shops and cafes, and from there, Edinburgh is only a 45 minute train journey away.

    The cottage houses a well equipped kitchen, a living room, dining area, twin bedroom, double bedroom, and bathroom. The whole house is tastefully decorated, with soothing pastel themes throughout, and light, airy spaces.

    Weekly prices from £296


    Cottages in the Yorkshire Dales

    Mill Cottage, Skyreholme, Nr. Grassington

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • No. of pets: 2
  • Dating from 1640, this spectacular character property is just four miles away from delightful Richmond – one of the finest towns in the area boasting many boutique shops and restaurants as well as a theatre and a castle. It is also in an ideal location to appreciate some of the breathtaking scenery of the local area as well as Raby Castle and Bowes Museum. A pub serving food is just two hundred yards away.

    This Grade II listed property is gloriously furnished throughout, extremely spacious and makes the most of its traditional feel with stone flagged floors, a beamed sitting room and multi fuel stove. Many rooms have a rustic feel especially the kitchen that is designed in the farmhouse style. Both bedrooms (one double and one twin) are both sumptuously spacious and are also both kitted out with character and have antique brass/iron bedsteads. The bathroom is also spacious and has a shower over the bath. All conveniences and facilities have been catered for too with bed linen provided as well as a TV/DVD/radio/microwave and electric blankets. For the summer months, there is also a walled garden, terrace with furniture and a barbecue – perfect for those summer evenings with the family. Other points to remember include; off road parking is twenty five yards away, two dogs maximum allowed in the house and logs for the fire do come at a cost. All in all, this place really is perfect for people who love the traditional way of life in the country.

    From £274


    West Cottage, Kirby Hill, Nr. Richmond

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • No. of pets: 2
  • Dating from 1640, this spectacular character property is just four miles away from delightful Richmond – one of the finest towns in the area boasting many boutique shops and restaurants as well as a theatre and a castle. It is also in an ideal location to appreciate some of the breathtaking scenery of the local area as well as Raby Castle and Bowes Museum. A pub serving food is just two hundred yards away.

    This Grade II listed property is gloriously furnished throughout, extremely spacious and makes the most of its traditional feel with stone flagged floors, a beamed sitting room and multi fuel stove. Many rooms have a rustic feel especially the kitchen that is designed in the farmhouse style. Both bedrooms (one double and one twin) are both sumptuously spacious and are also both kitted out with character and have antique brass/iron bedsteads. The bathroom is also spacious and has a shower over the bath. All conveniences and facilities have been catered for too with bed linen provided as well as a TV/DVD/radio/microwave and electric blankets. For the summer months, there is also a walled garden, terrace with furniture and a barbecue – perfect for those summer evenings with the family. Other points to remember include; off road parking is twenty five yards away, two dogs maximum allowed in the house and logs for the fire do come at a cost. All in all, this place really is perfect for people who love the traditional way of life in the country.

    From £312


    Roger Pot, Garsdale

  • Sleeps: 6/7
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • No. of pets: 2
  • Set within a glorious sixteen acres of private land, the delightful, pet-friendly Roger Pot accommodation is perfect for people seeking tranquillity in a rural location. In an elevated position and overlooking rolling hills and unspoilt land, the well presented character property is charming to say the very least and is located in an area that is a haven for wildlife and people who love walking, exploring and cycling .

    The inside of Roger Pot is full of rich charm and traditional character and is exquisitely designed. With oak flooring in the dining room, and exposed stone walls, beams and roof trusses throughout, this is a property with a difference. It’s comfortable and relaxing and touches such as under floor heating and a wood burning stove in the sitting room, make it all the more pleasurable. It also has some wonderful facilities that make it ideal for a large family or group of friends wanting to get away from it all. It has a washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, coffee maker, microwave, fridge freezer and electric double oven and hob to name but a few things and also caters for young children too with a selection of toys, books and games as well as a children’s play area in an enclosed garden with patio and garden furniture. This really is one of the finest properties to stay in and is extremely up market and desirable (you also have the fire lit for your arrival). It also has parking available for four cars and caters for two well behaved dogs at £5 per dog per week.

    From £570


    Geldard Cottage, Wigglesworth, Nr Settle, North Yorkshire

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • No. of pets: 1
  • This character property is picture-perfect in every single way and is the ideal place to relax that also boasts fabulous views of open countryside to the Three Peaks. For people who love the outdoors, there is no place better and you will be spoilt for choice with the numerous cycle tracks and glorious trails through spectacular countryside. Located right on the edge of the Dales National Park and close to the beauty of the Lake District, it is a walkers paradise and is also close in proximity (five minutes away) to Long Preston station where you can jump aboard to appreciate the scenic Settle to Carlisle railway journey.

    The accommodation is of the highest order and is built with families in mind. It is spacious, contemporary and light as well as traditional to keep in with the location and theme of the area in general. It has a sitting room with an open fire, a dining area, kitchen, a double bedroom with TV, a twin-bedded room and a single bedroom with pull out beds – plus a bathroom with a shower over the bath. In terms of comfort, it really is like a home from home. There are bed linen and towels provided as well as; DVD/video/radio/CD and a washer/dryer and fridge/freezer. All the comforts and provisions you would ever want are all included in this delightful place as well as a sumptuous garden with a patio. It is worth bearing in mind however that logs for the fire do come at a cost.

    From £381.


    Carriage House, West Burton, Nr Leyburn

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • No. of pets: 2
  • Nestled amongst rich Wensleydale countryside, the delightful Carriage House is one of several properties that sit in their own courtyard and share landscaped gardens as well as charming waterfalls and ponds. A stunning example of a conversion, the Carriage House offers excellent and up-market accommodation and what’s more is set in an ideal location to make the most of the wonderful areas nearby including many quaint villages with shops, tea rooms and traditional village pubs. All are cocooned in Yorkshire Dales Scenery, ideal for people who love to explore the area in the most natural of ways. For families, only half an hour away is Lightwater Valley Theme Park – home to Europe’s longest rollercoaster and perfect for a family adventure.

    Carriage House and the area it is located in are ideal for families who love the outdoors and want to spend their holiday relaxing in beautiful accommodation and surroundings. The accommodation is of the highest quality and gives a real sense of grandeur, comfort and modern living – as well as providing all the necessities such as bed linen, microwave, dishwasher, TV/DVD/Radio/CD and fridge freezer. The kitchen is well equipped with a dining area and there is a double bedroom as well as a twin bedded room and a sitting room with an electric fire and sofa bed for two people. The outside is one of the most impressive features however, and everyone of all ages will appreciate the shared two acre garden with courtyard and furniture (incl. barbecue) as well as the shared five acre paddock leading to a delightful unfenced river.

    Weekly prices from £322.