Dog Friendly Cottages in England

England is the largest country within the UK, so it comes as no surprise that it is absolutely packed with regions to explore. Each area is special for different reasons, but all come brandishing incredible areas of natural beauty worth exploring.

96 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

Hex Cottage

Sibton Park Estate, Wilderness Reserve, Yoxford Rd, Sibton, Saxmundham IP17 2LY, UK

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Once a forester’s house, this beautiful thatched property is the ultimate dog…

From £65 per week
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The Mouse House

Milton Abbas, Blandford Forum DT11, UK

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The dog-friendly Mouse House at Milton Abbas nestles in the beautiful Dorset…

From £276 per week
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Shephard’s Retreat

Charlton Mackrell, Somerton TA11 6AB, UK

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Shephard’s Retreat is a dog-friendly first-floor apartment in an architect-designed two-storey house,…

From £284 per week
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Collecting Yard

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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Corner Cottage

Staindrop, Darlington DL2 3JL, UK

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Dog-friendly Corner Cottage is a two-bedroom terraced holiday home in the attractive…

From £315 per week
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Lowbrook House Cottage

Dickleburgh, Diss IP21 4NT, UK

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Lowbrook House is a very spacious two-bedroom property, nestling in a five-acre…

From £331 per week
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The Old Engine House

Tretoil View, Bodmin, PL31 1BX

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The Old Engine House is a dog-friendly, truly unique holiday home.…

From £332 per week
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Pear Tree Cottage

Pales Green, Castle Acre, King's Lynn PE32 2AL, UK

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Pear Tree Cottage is a detached two-bed property nestled down a quiet…

From £332 per week
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Foxtail Cottage

Blockley, UK

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Set in a village location, Foxtail Cottage is a dog-friendly holiday home…

From £334 per week
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Owl House

Treneague Park, Wadebridge PL27, UK

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Located in the Cornish hamlet of Treneague, Owl House is a converted…

From £336 per week
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Here are the key regions to visit in England:

There are the Cotswolds. This expansive hilly area in the west of England, also known as “the heart of England”, covers over six counties – Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire and Warwickshire. This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for a reason, with particular emphasis on the sweeping Severn Valley and the mesmerising Evesham Vale. It’s also connected to some of England’s greats, like T. S. Eliot, William Shakespeare and Jane Austen.

Then there is the Peak District National Park. It’s located right in the middle of England, showing off the likes of the steep limestone valleys of Dovedale and the gushing waters of the River Lathkill. Anyone interested in hiking, cycling, incredible views and far-reaching fields of green will fall in love with the Peak District the moment they arrive.

Head to The Lake District, fondly known as the Lakes or Lakeland. Between the lakes, forests and mountains, people continue to flock to the region year on year. This national park is perfect for lengthy walks, birdwatching, wildlife-spotting and its lakes are some of the best for water sports. The area is associated with great literary masterminds like William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.

Another key spot to visit in England – though certainly not the last of the vast areas throughout the country – are the Yorkshire Dales. This national park in Bainbridge is a trophy of the north of England, worth visiting, exploring and appreciating. The hills, moors, heaths and general countryside is often-celebrated inspiration of literature’s Brontë sisters.