8 Dog FRIENDLY Luxury Lodges IN YORKSHIRE with hot tubs

More of us than ever before are choosing holiday accommodation where we can take our dogs, after all they are part of the family and deserve a break too.

That being said wouldn’t it be great if there was a county with miles of countryside walks, vast expanses of golden sands and tons of dog friendly attractions to explore? Well step forward Yorkshire a dog owners paradise.

No more worrying about having to find a trusted pet-sitter or boarding kennel then spending your holiday worrying about your pet, we have hand-picked the best dog friendly lodges and cottages in Yorkshire with hot tubs.

Dog Friendly Lodges with hot tubs: Comparison Table

Lodges

Key Features

Our Rating

 Price

The Hayloft

The Old Wagon Shed


  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Ground floor accommodation
  • Pub 1-minute walk

4 Out of 4

Far Stones Barn

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Pub < 1 mile
  • Rural location

4 Out of 4

St Hilda’s Lodge

  • Sleeps 4
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Sauna
  • 1 well-behaved dog allowed

3.5 Out of 4

Seacrest Lodge

  • Sleeps 20
  • 8 Bedrooms
  • Pets allowed
  • Seaside location

3.5 Out of 4

Hoodgill Barn

  • Sleeps 9
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 well-behaved pets
  • Amazing views

3.5 Out of 4

Barforth Hall Lodge

  • Sleeps 12
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Riding stables next door
  • Wood-fired hot tub

3 Out of 4

1 Springwater View

  • Sleeps 8
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Chef service available
  • Pets allowed

3.5 Out of 4

Cobblers Barn

  • Sleeps 10
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Chef service available
  • 2 well-behaved dogs allowed

4 Out of 4


Our Top Pick Hot Tub Cabins in Yorkshire: All Dog Friendly Of Course!

1

The Old Wagon Shed
Leven near Beverley, North York Moors & Coast

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


This luxury lodge sleeps 6 and is located in a picturesque village close to the bustling market town of Beverley in East Yorkshire. Offering the perfect blend of period charm and contemporary living it offers superior hot tub accommodation for groups and families who want to bring along their canine companions and explore the surrounding area.


The property has ample space for everyone to relax and a lovely garden with heavenly hot tub in which to spend leisurely evenings under the stars.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 6
  • Covered hot tub
  • Sky TV
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    1 well behaved dog allowed

What makes it a top pick


A beautiful garden, BBQ and inviting hot tub, make this dog friendly accommodation special and with miles of countryside walks on the doorstep.

2

Far Stones Barn
Oxenhope, Yorkshire Dales - South

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


This uber-stylish barn conversion has an upside-down layout to make the most of the breath-taking views of the Yorkshire Dales and offers deluxe pet friendly breaks for families. Surrounded by open countryside, there are scenic walks for you and your four-legged friend right from the doorstep. The nearby village of Oxenhope is home to a local shop and welcoming country pub while further afield the charming town of Haworth home of the famous Bronte sisters is well worth a visit.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 6
  • 2 well-behaved dogs allowed
  • Free-standing bath
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    Wi-Fi

What makes it a top pick


There is much to love about this extraordinary hot tub cottage with tranquil long walks on your doorstep.

3

St Hilda's Lodge
Hinderwell near Runswick Bay, North York Moors & Coast

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


Just 7 miles from the picturesque seaside town of Whitby this beautiful log cabin with a hot tub is located on a working farm on the outskirts of the lovely village of Hinderwell. Providing a terrific base for a Yorkshire break it is immaculate throughout and offers open-plan contemporary living for up to 4 adults and 1 well-behaved dog. Together you can explore the stunning North York Moors National Park or head to the coast with a day at Saltburn, Redcar or Whitby.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 4
  • Sauna
  • Shop/Pub 4-minute walk
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    Close to sea

What makes it a top pick


If your looking for a luxury lodge in Yorkshire to rent then this is the property for you! The proximity of this property offers the very best of Yorkshire, close enough to explore both the wild moorland and stunning North Yorkshire coast.

4

Seacrest Lodge
Scarborough, North York Moors & Coast

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


This charming, contemporary bungalow with immaculate grounds is blessed with a prime location close to the seafront in one of the UK’s most popular seaside resorts. Sleeping 20 in 8 bedrooms it has sufficient space for even the largest of families or group of friends. Scarborough offers a huge range of activities and attractions including; 2 bay areas with stunning beaches, a water park, Sea Life Centre, one of the best parks in Europe and of course lovely coastal walks for a perfect pet friendly holiday.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 20
  • Ground floor bedroom
  • Close to beach
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    Cot/highchair/stairgate available

What makes it a top pick


Some of the reasons families choose this Scarborough cottage, include: idyllic fishing villages like Robin Hoods Bay to explore, bracing clifftop walks and stunning beaches ideal for a game of fetch.

5

Hoodgill Barn
Newbiggin near Middleton-in-Teesdale, Yorkshire Dales - North

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


This characterful cottage in the North East boasts an enviable rural location close to the close to the pretty hamlet of Newbiggin and a few minutes’ drive from Middleton-in-Teesdale. It offers flexible sleeping accommodation in 4 tastefully decorated bedrooms, with a mix of king-size doubles, twin rooms and the master boasting a stylish en-suite bathroom. There are lovely scenic routes within walking distance and attractions such as Low Force, The Bowes Museum and the historic town of Barnard Castle nearby.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 9
  • Wood-burning stove
  • 6-seater hot tub
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    Dishwasher

What makes it a top pick


The fabulous location is the real draw here, magical woodland, and open countryside just waiting to be explored, plus the welcome addition of a decadent hot tub for evenings under the stars.

6

Barforth Hall Lodge
Gainford near Barnard Castle, Yorkshire Dales - North

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


Barforth Hall Lodge is a spacious, single-storey, luxurious holiday cottage 6 miles from the village of Gainford in County Durham. Pets are welcome and there are alpacas and horses on site. Sleeping 12 in a variety of bedrooms, this comfortable pet friendly cottage offers all the comforts of home and touches of luxury like the wood-fired hot tub. An ideal base for touring, the rural location is a haven for walkers and cyclists with attractions such as Beamish Museum, and Durham Cathedral within driving distance.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 12
  • 2 well-behaved dogs allowed
  • Spacious garden
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    Rural location

What makes it a top pick


Perfect for dog owner’s this delightful property boasts magnificent views along with excellent walks and cycle routes. Not to mention the Michelin starred restaurant nearby.

7

1 Springwater View
Mickleton near Middleton-in-Teesdale, Yorkshire Dales - North

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


Comfortably accommodating up to 8 people, this superb cottage is located in the heart of the North Pennines, just a couple of minutes’ walk from the local pub in the picturesque village of Mickleton. Immaculate throughout, with sleek, modern kitchen and quality furnishings it offers luxury self-catering accommodation, there is even a chef service available if required. The local fells offer a wealth of walks and the property is perfectly located to discover some popular attractions such as The Bowes Museum and Raby Castle with it’s stunning deer park.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 8
  • Spacious garden with hot tub
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
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    2 well-behaved dogs welcome

What makes it a top pick


The contemporary décor, stunning location and lovely enclosed garden, ideal for children and pets plus the welcome addition of an indulgent hot tub make this gorgeous property a popular choice with families.

8

Cobblers Barn
Mickleton near Middleton-in-Teesdale, Yorkshire Dales - North

OVERVIEW & QUICK PEAK


Nestled in the heart of stunning countryside yet close to amenities this delightful barn conversion offers plenty of space to relax for 10 people and 2 well-behaved dogs. The bright and cheery décor, modern conveniences and wonderful views plus indulgent extras like a bubbling hot tub and chef service take self-catering to the next level. Cobbler’s barn is ideally located to explore the surrounding area, visit local attractions like Low Force, Raby Castle or the ancient town of Barnard Castle.

Key Features

  • Sleeps 10
  • Courtyard garden with hot tub
  • Shop/pub <1 mile
  • check
    Underfloor heating

What makes it a top pick


Perfect for family hot tub holidays throughout the year Cobbler’s Barn offers all the comfort of home, touches of luxury and is perfectly positioned to explore the magnificent Yorkshire Dales.


How Dog Friendly is Yorkshire?

There’s no need to leave your canine companion behind when you book a holiday in Yorkshire as there are plenty of dog-friendly cabins to choose from and once you arrive you will discover plenty of things to do in this wonderful county.

Your four-legged friend can get his paws wet at one of the many dog-friendly beaches, enjoy long walks usually right on the doorstep or accompany you to one of the increasing number of pet friendly pubs.

The best part of a family holiday is spending quality time together and that applies to our pets too, so next time you book a short break check out the fabulous selection of dog lodges in Yorkshire.


Dog Friendly Days Out in Yorkshire

  • Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, Haworth – Step back in time and explore stunning Brontë Country on a vintage steam train. Owners are required to keep their dogs on the floor and under control and the good news is; there is no charge for four-legged travellers.
    Be sure to visit Haworth and enjoy a bracing walk across Penistone Hill to the idyllic Brontë waterfall.
  • Whitby Abbey – A great day out for dog-owners, with plenty of space, fantastic photo opportunities and stunning views. The inspiration for Dracula, one of the most impressive landmarks on the North Yorkshire coast allows pets as long as they are kept on a lead.
  • Helmsley Walled Garden – located at the edge of the North York Moors, this tranquil garden welcomes dogs in all areas as long as they are kept on a lead.
    After admiring the beautiful floral displays, you can enjoy a cuppa at The Vine House Cafe, where your best friend can either join you in the dog-friendly area of the cafe or outside.
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    Barnard Castle – Home to cobbled streets, a pretty market square, quaint shops this charming town is a terrific place to visit with your canine buddy.
    Enjoy a pint of real ale in Coach and Horses’ enormous beer garden or take a stroll around the castle itself with its lovely sensory garden and spectacular views over the Tees Gorge.
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    High Force Waterfall – The walk leading to England's highest waterfall is breath-taking, perfect for a companionable stroll with your pooch, although due to the steepness they do need to be kept on a short leash.
    After marvelling at this stunning wonder of nature, there is a lovely picnic area where you can enjoy a bite to eat.
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    Peasholm Park – Voted one of the best parks in Europe the lovely Japanese style pagodas, boating lake and meandering pathways offer the ideal place to spend an afternoon with your four-legged friend.
    Rent a “dragon boat”, enjoy a leisurely stroll by the river or take the weight off and enjoy a drink at the dog-friendly café.

Dog Walks in Yorkshire

  • Runswick Bay – Just a few miles from the lovely seaside resort of Whitby you will find Runswick Bay not only is there a dog-friendly beach here with no restrictions at any time of the year there are plenty of woodland walks with a wealth of interesting scents for your canine companion to investigate.
  • Danby, Ainthorpe and Little Fryup Dale – This fabulous 6- mile circular walk from the picturesque village of Danby in the North York Moors, is one of the county’s finest. There are some lovely trails where well-behaved pooches can be off-lead for a run. The wide-open space gives a wonderful feeling of freedom and the views are out of this world.
  • High Force and the Green Trod - Just a few miles from Middleton in Teesdale, this classic dog walk takes in the High Force tourist attraction, moorland and a nature reserve. Areas can be boggy depending on the weather so make sure you pack your wellies and there are a couple of fairly high stiles which may pose a problem for less agile pets.
  • Hawthorn -Durham Heritage Coast Walk – This relatively short 1.5-mile walk which starts at the edge of the village of Hawthorn offers breath-taking vistas and bracing sea air. Ancient woodland, an abundance of wildlife and spectacular views across the North Sea, make this walk enjoyable for both dog and owner and in spring and summer the meadows are awash with colour.

Looking for more UK dog friendly hot tub cabins

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Final Thoughts

The glorious county of Yorkshire encompasses almost a third of the area of national parks in England plus two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, that’s a huge area to explore for you and your four-legged friend.

Plus, we haven’t even mentioned the beaches yet! The Yorkshire coast has miles of golden sands ideal for a game of fetch and after all that activity you are sure to find a pub or café that will allow both people and pets.

The quaint pretty villages are also something not to be missed, as you can wander wound with your pup learning about the history of each market town.

With tons of attractions, and some of the best dog walks in the UK, it’s no wonder Yorkshire is a popular destination for dog-friendly holidays.