Dog Friendly Cottages in Cumbria

Cumbria is a county in North West England that is an outstanding destination for anyone with a passionate admiration for the outdoors. While many counties usually include a couple of National Parks and green areas, Cumbria has five!

10 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

Loweswater

Near Sawrey, Ambleside, LA22 0LB

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This beautiful stone cottages is close to Esthwaite Water in the Lake…

From £374 per week
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Wharf Cottage

Carnforth LA6 1HS, UK

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Wharf Cottage is a dog-friendly, 200-year-old canal-side cottage, very close to the…

From £446 per week
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Mill Cottage

Garnett Bridge, Kendal LA8 9AZ

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Mill Cottage is a Grade II listed cottage in the little hamlet…

From £474 per week
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Bibby Lot

Graythwaite, Ulverston LA12 8BQ, UK

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Bibby Lot is a dog-friendly, mid-terrace cottage, nestled in a courtyard of…

From £507 per week
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Anvil Cottage

Near Sawrey, Ambleside LA22 0LB, UK

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Dog-friendly Anvil Cottage in the Lake District is opposite the home of…

From £533 per week
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Thornyfield Cottage

Crook, Kendal LA8 8LW, UK

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Thornyfield Cottage is a semi-detached cottage next to the Winster Valley in…

From £536 per week
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Beech How Cottage

Windermere LA23 3LP, UK

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Dog-friendly Beech How Cottage is on the edge of Lake Windermere, just…

From £616 per week
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Deer How Farm

Patterdale, Penrith CA11 0NL

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Deer How Farm is close to the village of Glenridding in the…

From £1,053 per week
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Hammerhole

Near Sawrey, Ambleside LA22 0LB

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Dog-friendly Hammerhole is a cottage on the shores of Lake Windermere, with…

From £1,374 per week
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Staffield Hall

Staffield, Penrith CA10 1EU, UK

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Staffield Hall is a stunning manor house amidst trees and fields. It…

From £3,574 per week
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Starting with the smallest, Saint Bees Head Heritage Coast may seem like a small contour of the coast, but it packs a punch as a nature reserve. The views are astonishing, it is a nesting site for herring gulls, guillemots and razorbills, and it’s scattered with footpaths. For those agile enough to mosey their way down towards the seafront, the beach at Fleswick Bay is incredibly wild and beautiful.

Then there’s the Solway Coast in Wigton, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This coastal nature reserve is brimful of walking routes, boasting The England Coast Path – the world’s longest managed and waymarked coastal path.

To the East of Cumbria, there’s the North Pennies, yet another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Teeming with awe-inspiring landscape views, expansive moors and peatlands, seemingly never ending dales, babbling brooks, serene woodlands and invigorating wildlife.

Straddling the Pennies at the south of Cumbria is the tip of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Between its mesmerising valleys, dappled hills and winding footpaths, it’s hard to not fall in love with the area.

Finally, the largest area that falls entirely in the Cumbrian boundaries, The Lake District National Park. People flock from across the country – and the world – to visit this iconic green area. It’s overflowing with walking trails and opportunities to admire the breathtaking scenery.