Browse our hand-picked range of pet friendly holiday cottages. They can be found in some of the most picturesque locations in the UK and offer high-quality self catering holiday accommodation. Each property has also attained excellent reviews form previous guests.
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Chocolate-box holiday cottage near Longframlington which offers pet friendly self catering accommodation – the interior offers a lovely mix of classic and contemporary, retaining character features such as exposed beams and stable doors. There are two bedrooms (1 super king-size, 1 ground-floor double), of which the former includes a beamed vaulted ceiling, a ground-floor bathroom with bath and a kitchen equipped with the usual modern appliances. The living room completes the downstairs area and includes a table for four and wood-burner stove. Outside is a decking area with furniture and a barbecue – this is a superb base from which to visit Northumberland’s heritage coast and National Park, as well as top visitor attractions such as Brinkburn Priory, Cragside House and Alnwick Castle.
This is one of three 19th century holiday cottages set near the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site. Able to sleep up to seven, it has three bedrooms (1 super king-size double, 1 family room with super king-size double and single bed, 1 ground-floor single). The interior tastefully combines traditional features such as exposed beams and stable doors with modern furnishings. Adjoining the modern kitchen is a dining room with six-seat table, while the beamed living room includes en exposed-brick fireplace with wood-burner stove. The exterior comprises a south-facing front patio with furniture and a barbecue. As well as the picturesque Ironbridge Gorge, guests are in close proximity to the attractive village of Coalbrookdale which has three museums as well as an assortment of pubs and good restaurants. The pretty towns of Much Wenlock (6 miles), Shrewsbury (22 miles) and Ludlow (26 miles) are also easily reachable by car.
This charming holiday cottage is set in an elevated position on a working farm and offers some outstanding countryside views. Character features can be found throughout including ceiling beams, exposed brickwork and a stone fireplace complete with traditional wood-burner stove. It has three bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin, 1 ground-floor single) a modern kitchen equipped with the usual appliances, a separate dining room with table for four guests and a fabulous beamed living room. To the front of the cottage is a small garden, with a patio, furniture and barbecue to the rear. Guests have access to the expansive farm grounds and there’s also a pub which is about a twenty minute walk away. The picturesque market town of Builth Wells is five miles from the property while slightly further afield is the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.
Hallows Cottage is part of a group of barn conversions set on the Chatsworth Estate.Overlooking a central courtyard, it accommodates up to four guests with two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin). The property has been converted from a stone barn so many original features remain such as vaulted ceilings and exposed beams. The interior comprises a bathroom with bath and shower over and an open-plan living area that integrates a galley-style kitchen, a dining area with table for four and a sitting area with freestanding wood-burner stove. Outside is a shared patio with furniture and barbecue. The Manifold Way footpath and cycle trail is close-by, allowing guests to explore the magnificent Peak District National Park as well as the many pretty villages found scattered throughout the region – some of these include Alstonefield and Ashbourne, with its cobbled alleys and Georgian buildings. There are also numerous top visitor attractions in the vicinity such as Thors Cave and Alton Towers.
This is a wonderfully-restored stone cottage in the picturesque village of Middleton-in-Teesdale. Like the exterior, the interior exudes charm and includes a variety of character features such as ceiling beams and a traditional fireplace with wood-burner. Ideal for couples, it has one super king-size double and a cosy open-plan living area comprising a kitchen, dining area with table for two and a lovely beamed living room. Owl Cottage is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty so it’s ideally placed for exploring this beautiful part of Yorkshire. The bustling market town of Middleton-in-Teesdale is literally on the doorstep and includes a good collection of shops, eateries and pubs. Slightly further afield but within driving distance is the cobbled market town of Barnard Castle. Top visitor attractions in close proximity include Raby Castle, High Force Waterfall, the Bowes Museum and Eggleston Hall.
This attractive barn conversion is set in the owner’s grounds and is a few miles from the vibrant market town of Tenbury Wells. Inside, many original features remain including wooden floorgin, exposed wall and ceiling beams and vaulted ceilings. It has three bedrooms (2 super king-size doubles, 1 king-size double). The charming interior, which is mostly laid out over one floor, also comprises a small galley-style kitchen area, a table for up to six and a sitting area with wood-burner stove. There’s also a balcony that affords outstanding views of Shropshire as well as a garden with furniture and barbecue. Set near the boundaries of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire, Raddle Bank House is well-placed for exploring the English-Welsh borderlands of the Welsh Marches – a beautiful unspoilt region that’s replete with historical towns such as Tenbury Wells, Ludlow and Worcester. Popular local visitor attractions within driving distance include the Severn Valley Railway and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
Those looking for a holiday cottage that’s pet friendly should take a look at this attractive property. It’s set near the village of Welsh Newton, Herefordshire and offers secluded holiday accommodation for two. As with many traditional rural holiday properties, the interior has been sympathetically renovated so that it includes original features such as exposed brick walks and stable doors. There’s one king size bedroom with adjacent bathroom, a small but modern galley kitchen and a comfortable living room with free-standing wood-burner. The exterior includes a private hedged garden with patio and furniture. Well-placed for exploring the beautiful Wye Valley AONB, Rose Cottage is also in close proximity to the Georgian county town Monmouth (4 miles) with its famous gatehouse bridge, as well as the attractive Ross-on-Wye (8 miles).
This pet-friendly holiday property forms the wing of the owner’s home and is located in the pretty Dorset village of Marnhull. It’s a Grade II listed Georgian cottage that includes character features such as exposed beams, an original porthole window and a stone fireplace. There are three bedrooms (1 king-size, 1 double, 1 twin), of which two include ceiling beams, a shower room, a large kitchen/diner with table for six and a living room that includes a free-standing wood-burner stove. Outside is an enclosed courtyard with furniture. The charming nearby village of Marnhull has two pubs and a shop. Slightly further afield is the ancient town of Shaftesbury (5 miles) which overlooks Blackmore Vale and Sherborne (10 miles) with its impressive abbey and Tudor mansion. Guests are also within driving distance of Dorset’s incomparable Jurassic Coast.
Cosy stone holiday cottage set on the fringes of Tetbury in the Cotswolds – integrating period features such as exposed beams and slate floors with contemporary furnishings, Tumbles is able to accommodate up to four people. Upstairs are two double bedrooms, a bathroom with bath and shower over, while the open-plan downstairs area comprises a kitchen with dining table and a living room with feature fireplace and free-standing wood-burner stove. The exterior includes an enclosed south-facing garden with patio furniture and barbecue. Those looking to explore the numerous local beauty spots can take advantage of the Macmillan Way and Monarch Way paths, both of which run close-by. Tetbury, literally on the door-step, is also a delight with its timber-framed architecture and assortment of quirky independent shops. Within driving distance are the historic towns of Bath, Cirencester and Cheltenham.
Suitable for those seeking pet friendly self catering holiday cottages, Y Cwtch is a beautifully-converted holiday property set on a working farm near the Pembrokeshire coastal town of Newport. Although extensively renovated throughout, the stylish interior has been sympathetically restored. So there are numerous reminders of its former role as a farm building including exposed stone walls, stable doors and the original vaulted ceiling. There’s one king-size double bedroom, a comfortable sitting area and a bathroom with Jacuzzi. The spacious kitchen/area includes a table for up to four while the exterior consists of a private garden with patio and barbecue. The attractive town of Newport, around 4 miles from the property, is well-served by a good collection of shops, tea rooms and pubs. It also lies on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path which takes in some breathtaking coastal vistas. There’s plenty to see inland too including the brooding Preseli Mountains as well as historical visitor attractions such as Castell Henllys Iron Age Village.