Dog Friendly Cottages in the Peak District
While relatively close to London, as soon as you reach the rolling hills of the Peak District National Park, the city couldn’t feel any further. Steep valleys, sweeping moorlands and dramatic gritstones make up 1,500 square kilometres of incredible walks. If you, like your dog, love the great outdoors, the Peak District is the perfect place to be.
While Cornwall is the UK's gem for beaches, and nowhere can compete with London’s culture, the Peak District may be top-dog for views. Look up any list of the most beautiful sights in Britain, and the Peak District will be hovering near the top. Most likely, it’ll be the view from Stanage Edge, a popular rock climbing spot, where the rolling hills blend seamlessly into the sky and the English countryside is at its very best.The most dog-friendly part of Britain
The Peak District isn’t just one of the most picturesque places in the UK. It’s also a strong contender for the nation’s most dog-friendly spot. If you’re travelling with your dog, you won’t need to cross anything off your to-do list, as almost all of the national park’s most popular tourist attractions welcome our four-legged friends.
Whether you fancy visiting the stately Chatsworth House, the underground caves of Treak Cliff Cavern or being transported back in time in Crich Tramway Village, you’ll be able to bring your pooch along for the ride. You can even take your dog on the Heights of Abraham. This incredible cable car lets you marvel 60 acres of award-winning woodland below you.Picturesque walks and pet-friendly pubs
It should come as no surprise that, as one of the UK’s largest national parks, the Peak District is home to some of the best walks in Britain. What you may not know, however, is that scattered across the gorgeous countryside, are some of the world’s best pet-friendly restaurants.
Wherever you are in this national park, you’ll be a short walk from at least one pretty village with a pet-friendly local pub. If you find yourself with an afternoon spare, we recommend spending the day wandering the Hartington Walking Route. Setting off from Derbyshire Peak District, you’ll move through gorgeous countryside and ancient stone ruins. When you’re done, refuel with a hearty meal in the Devonshire Arms. This cosy, country pub welcomes dogs and serves one of the best Sunday lunches in the region.We’re here to help holiday dreams come true
Here at Dog Friendly Cottages, we know it’s the little things that turn getaways from fine to fantastic. Whatever add-ons and amenities you need to make your holiday cottage complete, we’re here to help you find them. Whether you’re after a holiday home with increased accessibility or a cosy cottage with a private parking spot, let us know. After all, we’re here to help your holiday dreams come true.
If you fancy an extra slice of luxury, why not pick a property with a bubbling hot tub in an enclosed garden? Or how about taking a step closer to nature and booking a beautiful stone cottage on the edge of the Peak District, where you’ll be surrounded by nothing but stunning views and rolling hills. If you fancy making things extra cosy, how does a rustic log cabin sound? When the weather is less than perfect, you and your pooch can curl up together in front of the roaring open fire.