There’s no denying that our dogs are members of the family. Which is why it’s never easy when we have to leave them behind on our travels. At Dog Friendly Cottages, we understand this more than most, which is why we’ve got over 40,000 pet-friendly cottages for you to choose from. Take the whole pack away for a weekend break with our multi-dog holiday cottages from across the UK!
Imagine being snuggled in a cosy cabin, the pooches at your feet with a roaring open fire to keep you toasty. Or, perhaps the sound of a seaside retreat with glorious sea views from your bedroom window is more your cup of tea. From luxury homes with swimming pools to homely cottages for a relaxing break away, there’s endless opportunities here at Dog Friendly Cottages, even if you’re bringing along a number of dogs!
With our handy search tools and filters, it’s so simple to find the ideal dog-friendly holiday cottage for your UK break away. So whether you’ve been planning a walking holiday in the Yorkshire Dales, or perhaps a completely chilled break in the South West of England, it’s never been easier to plan the perfect holiday with your pup.
Best locations for multi-dog holiday cottages
Get tails wagging with these incredible destinations. From countryside retreats to coastal vistas, the perfect location is waiting for you.
Ideal for: A relaxing seaside break with your best friend
With its dreamy coastlines and authentic cream teas, it’s no wonder why Devon is such a popular holiday destination. For those with furry friends in tow, it offers plenty of gorgeous beaches to explore. After a busy day, you’ll find lots of dog-friendly cafes and restaurants to relax and refuel by the sea!
Best walk: The South West Coast Path is a national path that stretches 680-miles across the country from Exmoor to Devon.
Ideal for: Spending time in the scenic Lake District National Park
Explore the gorgeous Cumbria with your four-legged friends. Spend the weekend by Lake Windermere where dog-friendly boat tours can be enjoyed, or choose a cottage around the popular town of Ambleside. Here, you’ll find farms shops brimming with local produce, as well as a lovely choice of restaurants and traditional pubs.
Best walk: For a moderate challenge, hike to the top of Cat Bells. Just under six miles long, it should take you around two hours to complete.
Ideal for: Making the most of the many national parks and AONBs
With its many historic monuments, national parks and charming market towns, Yorkshire is another popular destination among many. With plenty of excellent dog walking locations including the North York Moors and Howardian Hills, it’s a great location for those bringing along more than one dog.
Best walk: If you don’t mind being out all day, the 10-mile Keld to Tan Hill Inn walk will take you through glorious waterfalls and ancient cairns.
Ideal for: Exploring the enchanting villages and countryside of the Cotswolds
Spanning across the whole South West county of Gloucestershire, the Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty best-known for its quintessentially English villages and verdant countryside. This area is popular among walkers, with plenty of dog-friendly routes all around. After a good hike, head into a delightful Cotswold village for some good pub grub.
Best walk: The Cotswold Way is a 100-mile walking route through some of the most scenic locations in the country - we don’t expect you to do it all in one day though!
Ideal for: A quiet escape away in the countryside
With miles of rolling countryside and acres of magical forests, Shropshire is perfect for those who love nothing more than being in the great outdoors. From Ludlow to Oswestry, you’ll find plenty of traditional cottages in this green county to get cosy in after a day of exploring your surroundings.
Best walk: Take a walk through dense woodlands and historic chapels on the six-mile Acton Burnell walking route.