Dogs stay free until end March 2023 at selected properties
10th February 2023
Bring your beloved furry friend for an adventure in Yorkshire. Explore together on foot over the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales, The Peaks and the wide sandy beaches of the North Yorkshire coast. After a long day discovering forest trails, hilltop paths and meandering lanes relax in your luxurious holiday home or cottage, curl up by the fire and rest your feet!
Dogs stay free at the following properties when a new booking is made for a holiday with an arrival dates before 31st March 2023. Dog charge is refunded on all eligible bookings.
A beautiful cottage, surrounded by large enclosed gardens with stunning views across glorious Yorkshire countryside. It is in an idyllic setting, making it hard to steal yourself away! Ideally set up for dogs with the gardens and also outside kennel area, great for drying of after muddy walks.
Gormire Lake is a just a mile from the cottage, visitors report that the lake and Garbutt Wood, which encroaches right up to the shore, have an ‘otherworldly’ and ‘fairy-tale’ quality. In recent times it was named as one of the best wild swimming spots in Britain!
Newly dog friendly for 2023! These beautifully designed holiday homes have been created from an outstanding conversion of the original buildings.
Step inside and take in the beauty of the stunning interiors, with generous, open plan spaces for gathering together, a cook’s dream of a kitchen, beautiful soft furnishings, carefully curated art by local artist David Stead is featured throughout. Across Big Apple and Wild Cherry there are five spacious bedroom suites and luxurious bathrooms by Bagno, there is plenty of room for everyone to have their own space.
Butler’s Cottage is a beautiful, honey stone cottage sitting within the prestigious Raithwaite estate and just a five minute walk from the beach. The cottage is surrounded by 80 acres of woodland and complete with a 4 star hotel in the grounds.
The beach is available to dog walkers all year round – a small section at Sandsend village is out of bounds in the summer. You can also head inland to discover the wild beauty of the North York Moors – a walker’s paradise!
The garden has a separate area which is very handy for drying off wet dogs after a romp on the beach, there’s a dog house too with heated mats to keep them toasty.
This pretty cottage has plenty of space for friends and family to gather together, there is a large garden to relax in and with a BBQ for al fresco dining it’s the perfect place to be on a summer’s evening.
Set in a lovely village with pub, cafe and shop it’s ideally situated in the North York Moors National Park for exploring the dramatic scenery on foot straight from the front door!