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Dog-friendly cottages in Sedbergh

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Sedbergh, Yorkshire Dales

Buttercup Cottage - Sedbergh

2111

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7 nights

£561 - £820

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Sedbergh, Yorkshire Dales

Tangled Yarn Cottage

4222

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7 nights

£575 - £962

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Three Mile House

10532

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£1,970 - £4,820

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Self-catering dog-friendly holiday accommodation in Sedbergh

Discover our stylish array of dog-friendly Sedbergh holiday cottages, and get set for a holiday adventure. Set in Cumbria, on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the ancient market town of Sedbergh has something to please everyone in your gang. The narrow streets, pretty shop windows and winding lanes are surrounded by the Howgills, a range of rolling fells, made for family-friendly walks from Sedbergh to Kirkby Stephen (14 miles), and the pretty village of Tebay (11 miles) in the Lake District National Park. Explore these stunning surroundings before unwinding in the comforts of pet-friendly cottages with your best friend. Choose one of our Sedbergh dog-friendly cottages with enclosed gardens and canine welcome packs for a fun and relaxing stay.

Sedbergh is England’s official book town; dip into leafy bookshelves in cafes, bookshops, and even an old bus shelter stacked with tomes. You’ll also find books at the 400-year-old Cross Keys Inn (4.5 miles), a National Trust pub near a waterfall walk to Cautley Spout (6 miles), English’s highest waterfall. Head west and shop in the historic wool town of Kendal (11 miles), where you’ll discover 13th-century castle ruins on a hilly ridge. Discover Sedbergh’s wool and textile heritage at Farfield Mill (1 mile) where you can see artisans at work, join a workshop or source unique gifts; there’s also a gorgeous cafe with home-baked treats. Book one of our dog-friendly cottages and enjoy the privacy and comfort of stylish self-catering accommodation on the most memorable of holidays in Yorkshire.