Your dog is a member of your family so why would you want to leave him or her behind when you go away on holiday? With that in mind, and being the helpful folk that we are, we've scoured the entire of the UK for the very best holiday homes that accept dogs. At the very minimum, all the properties listed on these pages accept at least one pet, although you can check the specific number by clicking on the 'More Details' buttons.
As details can change at any time, we also recommend that you phone our cottages information line to double check the pet friendly status of any of the properties listed here. The number is 0845 268 1307, and the phone lines are open Monday to Friday 9am-7pm, Saturday 9am-5.30pm, and Sunday 10am-5pm. If you're calling from outside of the UK then please dial +44 1282 845994.
Goldwell Granary, Kent
Sleeps 6. Originally part of the 15th century farm house, Goldwell Granary has been converted to a very good standard throughout. There are two pubs in Aldington, as well as other award winning village shops. Stabling and livery by arrangement.
North Cottage, Wiltshire
Sleeps 6. This adjoining stone cottage has been renovated to a very high standard with flagstone floors and open fire. Set in the attractive village of Castle Combe, with its traditional pubs and hotel, the cottage enjoys a picturesque walled garden.
Hungate Garden Cottage, North Yorkshire
Sleeps 10 - 12. This delightful 18th-century cottage overlooks its own mature gardens in a private and secluded setting. The cottage benefits from all modern amenities, yet retains all the charm and character of its 18th-century origins.
The School House, Devon
Sleeps 10 - 13. Formerly the village school, this spacious Victorian cottage is peacefully set amidst Exmoor National Park. Carefully converted to a high standard, it is ideal for large family get-togethers. Private trout fishing by prior arrangement.
Doward Farm, Welsh Borders
Sleeps 14 - 16. Georgian farmhouse only one mile from The Biblins Bridge. The area offers some of the finest walking and cycling terrain in the country with Offa’s Dyke, Three Castles Walk and Wye Valley Walk all within 5 miles.