Dog-friendly accommodation in Yorkshire

Dog-friendly accommodation in Yorkshire

26 February 2023

What could be better than a holiday with your BFF (best furry friend)? To give you a head start planning your travels to Yorkshire, here are 4 pawsome dog friendly accommodations, including hotels, cottages, and holiday rentals.

Gorgeous Cottages

With a stunning, hand-picked collection of the finest luxury cottages in Yorkshire, you and your dog can enjoy a fine weekend away in beautiful accommodation within picturesque surroundings.

  • A wide variety of cottages in locations throughout Yorkshire, from barn conversions in the Dales to romantic boltholes by the sea.
  • All of their dog-friendly cottages allow dogs inside, not just in kennels outside.
  • The ability to refine by the number of people travelling, location, duration and even whether you want a hot tub!

Get more details about Gorgeous Cottages.


Telephone: 01642 263249

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The Devonshire Arms

Take a step back in time with your dog to this 17th century coaching inn surrounded by stunning scenery, including the National Park at your doorstep. Dog perks include:

  • Dog beds, bowls, treats and even emergency food are provided
  • Dogs are welcome in all guest rooms, as well in most areas of the hotel. They’ll particularly enjoy curling up by the roaring fire in the lounge.
  • Surrounded by the Yorkshire Dales, considered the finest dog-walking country in the UK.
  • A washing station is available to freshen up pups after muddy walks and adventures.

Get more details about the Devonshire Arms.

Skipton, BD23 6AJ

Telephone: 01756 710441

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The Talbot Hotel

As a former hunting lodge and still historic Grade II listed property, The Talbot Hotel is steeped in history and was even awarded the ‘Welcome to Yorkshire Hotel of the Year'. Located in the town of Malton, Talbot offers the following extra dog guest benefits:

  • Nearby adventures and walks at Robin Hood’s Bay and the wild North York Moors
  • Dog bowls, toys and blankets are provided
  • Grooming is available
  • Dogs stay at £10/night

All details can be found on the Talbot’s Hotel website..

North Yorkshire, YO62 6AA

Telephone: 01751 433334

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Airbnb boasts loads of pet friendly houses and b&bs in Yorkshire. These are some of the pawsome benefits of staying in a dog friendly flat through Airbnb:

  • The ability to refine by the number of people you’re travelling with in addition to your pooch.
  • Filter by your room-type preferences.
  • Find out what amenities are offered in each listing.

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