There’s no need to leave your dog behind with a stay at one of these dog-friendly properties in the North York Moors. With plenty of pet-friendly walks, pubs and dog-friendly holiday cottages in the North York Moors, this part of Yorkshire is a great choice for a holiday with your four-legged friend.
Dog-friendly holiday cottages in the North York Moors:
1. Rosella Cottage, sleeps two
A fabulous choice for a romantic break in the North York Moors and your dog can come too! The location of Rosedale has a choice of pubs, shops and a charming village green plus there are lots of walks to try right outside the holiday cottage.
We recommend heading to the dog-friendly Lion Inn at Blakey Ridge for stunning views. The nearby seated man statue is also worth visiting. Find out more.
2. Blacksmith’s Barn, sleeps two
This very stylish dog-friendly barn conversion combines original features and contemporary design. There’s underfloor heating and a wood burner to keep you toasty and warm and the village location is peaceful and safe for dogs. There’s a dog-friendly pub, The Downe Arms, just a short walk away. Find out more.
3. West Steading, sleeps four
Located in Farndale (famous for its daffodils), West Steading is a luxurious barn conversion with a great garden and a dog-friendly pub over the road. We love the chunky oak beams, exposed brick walls and fabulous views over the North York Moors. Find out more.
4. Coco, sleeps four
Coco is a dog-friendly cottage that has a prime and peaceful position in the popular market town of Helmsley.
There’s a well-designed courtyard garden that’s ideal for pooches and al fresco dining in the warmer months, plus a plethora of shops, bars and restaurants (many allowing dogs) within walking distance. Find out more.
5. Partridge Cottage, sleeps four
This gorgeous barn conversion is high up in the North York Moors – close to the popular vantage point of Clay Bank. An ideal choice if you like stunning scenery and picturesque walks. Within the village of Chop Gate you’ll find The Buck Inn – a dog-friendly pub that’s a popular choice for walkers.
6. Bothy Cottage, sleeps five
This two bedroom dog-friendly cottage is a great choice for families as it is set around a quiet courtyard with a large spacious garden at the rear. With elegant country-chic interiors and a village pub (dog-friendly of course) a couple of minutes’ walk away, it’s an ideal rural retreat. The North York Moors location is just a couple of miles from both Hutton-le-Hole and the popular town of Kirkbymoorside.
7. The Piggery, sleeps six
The star of the show of The Piggery is the wow-factor balcony with views out over the Esk Valley. It’s just a couple of miles from the coast in the pretty North York Moors village of Sleights and there’s plenty to do nearby with pubs, fish and chip shops, rowing boats and Whitby. The owners are dog-lovers and will even leave a little welcome hamper for four-legged friends!
8. A Haven, sleeps six
Dogs will just love a visit to A Haven – there’s plenty of space for them to run around outside at this gorgeous rural setting that’s just a couple of miles from dog-friendly Kirkbymoorside - be sure to try the Penny Black café which welcomes dogs. This is a great choice for families too as within the grounds, you’ll find a hard court for tennis, billiards room and a croquet set.
9. Toby’s Cottage, sleeps six
An idyllic sandstone dog-friendly cottage that’s Grade II listed and has a spot in a chocolate-box Yorkshire village. You’ll find an AGA in the kitchen and an additional living room which can accommodate two extra people on a daybed.
Outside is an enclosed lawn garden and dog-friendly The Grapes at Slingsby is just over the road – perfect! Find out more.
10. Crag Cottage, sleeps eight
A great choice for larger families, Crag Cottage is a dog-friendly holiday home in Ruswarp. The village itself is set on the River Esk with rowing boats and a miniature railway for kids of all ages to enjoy. We particularly love the double wood burner that heats the living room and kitchen/diner.
It’s just a couple of miles from the coast where you’ll find lots of beaches where you can take the dog. Find out more.