Welcome to Dog Friendly Holiday Cottages
Welcome to Dog Friendly Cottage Holidays – a unique collection of pet friendly self catering holiday cottages in the UK and beyond.
Favourites include dog friendly cottages in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Sussex and Hampshire; pet friendly self catering cottages in the Lake District and the Peak District; and cottages which welcome pets in the Cotswolds and throughout Norfolk, East Anglia and Kent. Not forgetting dog friendly cottages in Northumberland and Yorkshire, and pet friendly holiday cottages throughout Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Most cottages have picturesque walks direct from the door; some even have their own beach! But every single cottage allows your pet to come with you on holiday. And you can rest assured that you will also pay the best possible rate for your cottage. You book direct with the cottage owner and pay no booking fees or commission on this website.
Recently Added Cottages
Rhyd Gethin Barn is a newly renovated and converted 16th Century stone barn, complete with waterwheel based in the grounds of the owners home, providing accommodation for up to four people with two bedrooms. Up to two dogs are welcome with a private garden which is securely fenced.
Luxury 5 star GOLD, country chic retreat. High quality dog and child friendly cottage close to North Cornwall coast. Detached and romantically styled with nostalgic overtones, provides luxury self-catering accommodation for couples, families and friends. Sleeps 6 comfortably +upto 3 infants + 2 dogs
We provide 5 star, dog friendly, self catering accommodation that enables people to be with their dog. We also provide kennels so you can leave your dog in safety on trips out.
Poppy Cottage is located in the centre of the picturesque village of Embleton on the Northumberland Heritage coast in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Blisland Cottage is a south facing cottage originally built in the 17th century, and now renovated and extended. A few minutes walk from the beautiful village of Blisland, and only three hundred meters from the southern edge of Bodmin Moor.