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Pet and Dog Friendly Holidays in the Lake District
Pet and Dog Friendly Holidays in the Lake District

Pet Friendly Cottages in the Lake District

Are you looking for the perfect self catering holiday cottage for you and your dog? Why not try LovetoEscape's selection of dog friendly cottages in the Lake District.

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Take your Dog on Holiday to the Lake District

The Lake District is England's largest National Park and home to Scafell Pike, the highest mountain and Wastwater, its deepest lake. It is the perfect location for a holiday with your dog. The National Park offers great dog friendly walks, glittering lakes, fells and mountains for you and your dog to explore.  Grizedale Forest to the east of Coniston Water is popular with dog walkers as it offers walks to suit all abilities and all dogs. The area is also home to Keswick, voted most dog friendly town in UK in 2012 by the Kennel Club.

Dog Friendly Attractions in the Lake District

Many attractions in the Lake District also allow dogs, so you, your family and dog can experience some of the many attractions the Lake District has to offer. Muncaster Castle in Ravenglass allows dogs on leads in the gardens and owl centre. Everyone in the family can also explore the Lowther castle and gardens near Penrith as Children and dogs are free! Many of the local pubs allow dogs but please call ahead to make sure.

Pet Friendly Cottages and Self Catering on LovetoEscape

Stay in one of our many pet friendly cottages in the Lake District and enjoy everything the area has to offer for you and your dog. Self catering cottages are an ideal choice of accommodation to cater for the needs of dog owners.

We also have a range of dog and pet friendly cottages around the UK, please browse our pet friendly page to find a holiday cottage to suit.  

 

Some of our favourite Pet Friendly Cottages in the Lake District...

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    Inchmaholme Keswick Lake District

    Holiday Cottage in Keswick, Cumbria, England

    Perched high above the popular Lakeland market town of Keswick, Inchmaholme is a luxurious and well-appointed house that enjoys stunning mountain and lake views.

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 965.00 - £ 2,005.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    2 Low Glenridding Ullswater Lake District

    Holiday Cottage in Glenridding, Cumbria, England

    2 Low Glenridding is a cosy stone cottage in the picturesque village of Glenridding, near Ullswater. This cosy cottage sleeps four and welcomes two dogs.

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly  

    £ 375.00 - £ 665.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    The Old Smithy Glenridding and Patterdale Ullswater Lake District

    Holiday Cottage in Glenridding Patterdale Penrith Ullswater, Cumbria, England

    Charming, cosy, dog friendly, holiday cottage. Sleeps 5. Wifi Available. Situated between Glenridding & Patterdale with fabulous views. This cottage is a ground floor apartment wi...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly Online Booking Accepted  

    £ 375.00 - £ 650.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    Willow Cottage Hartsop Luxury Lake District Cottage

    Holiday Cottage in Patterdale, Cumbria, England

    Willow Cottage Hartsop, luxury 4 star gold self-catering cottage-appartment in converted stone barn in Hartsop, near Patterdale and Ullswater, the Lake District. Beautiful stylish ...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly Online Payment Accepted  

    £ 375.00 - £ 590.00 per week

  • Holiday Cottage in Cumbria, England
    Corner Cottage Pet Friendly Holiday Cottage in Gt Broughton Cockermouth

    Holiday Cottage in Cockermouth, Cumbria, England

    Corner Cottage, warm and cosy, well looked after, self-catering holiday cottage, sleeps up to 5 comfortably + cot with 1 double bedroom and 1 twin room with double & single beds ne...

    Pet & Dog Friendly Family Friendly Online Payment Accepted  

    £ 150.00 - £ 399.00 per week


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