Dog Friendly Cottages in the Peak District

The Peak District National Park is in central England and is a key feature to the country’s natural richness. It’s packed with quaint villages, immaculate medieval halls and houses, and nature reserves which offer some of the most breathtaking views in the country.

6 Dog Friendly Cottages Found

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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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Hazlehead House

Sheffield, S36 9NN

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Hazlehead House is a seven-bedroom 18th century property in rolling countryside

From £2,317 per week
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If it’s architecture you’re impressed by, then the Peak District will blow you away. Haddon Hall is a medieval manor house that is an important historical landmark, as it was The Duke of Rutland’s seat. It includes a picturesque Tudor hall and sprawling Elizabethan gardens. Alternatively – or as well as – you can head to Chatsworth House. It’s in the Derbyshire Dales section of the Peak District, and is an impressive stately home which, since 1549, has been the home to the Cavendish family.

If you’re more of an outdoors person, then you really cannot pick a more suitable area to visit. The valley of Dovedale is a nature reserve owned by the National Trust, which is most famous for its rocks. Not only is there opportunity to rock climb, but there are also attractions and features such as the rock pillars of Ilam Rock, Viator’s Bridge, Lovers’ Leap and Reynard’s Cave. The geographical landmark of Kinder Scout in the Dark Peak of the Derbyshire Peak District is a rock plateau with the most incredible, cascading waterfalls.