Dog Friendly Cottages in Derbyshire

Derbyshire features many hidden treasures including the town of Buxton, home to the world-famous spa water. Bakewell, famous for the invention of Bakewell Pudding, was visited by Jane Austen and the Rutland Arms’ features in her novel Pride & Prejudice. If your looking for somewhere to walk your dogs, the Peak District National Park features old stone walls, hidden valleys and tiny villages.

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Buxton SK17 0LG

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Surrounded by hills and pastures, this is an ideal getaway for dog…

From £307 per week
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The Cottage

Waterhouses, Stoke-on-Trent, ST10 3HH

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A two-bedroom cottage situated on the edge of the Peak District National…

From £423 per week
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Butterlands Farmhouse

Stoke-on-Trent ST8 7LF

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Dog-friendly Butterlands Farmhouse is a spacious cottage full of historic charm blended…

From £488 per week
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Stallington Hall Farm

Stoke-on-Trent ST11 9QJ, UK

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Dog-friendly Stallington Hall Farm is a Grade II listed Tudor-built cottage in…

From £603 per week
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Willow Brook

Brook St, Glossop SK13, UK

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Dog-friendly Willow Brook is a luxurious detached holiday house just outside Glossop…

From £1,262 per week
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Derbyshire is a hilly county, rising in the north east to the mountain mass of the Peak District, at places 2,000 feet high! Of the several waterfalls in this craggy county, the highest is Kinder Downfall, on Kinder Scout, with a drop of some 400 feet. The Pennine Way also begins at Edale in the Hope Valley.