The Peak District is famous for its fantastic walks and dramatic scenery. Dovedale offers gentle valley walking with lovely views all along the length of the river, whilst for the more serious walker, the Pennine Way starts its long trek north at Edale. The region is also studded with stately homes, historic houses and friendly country pubs, many of which welcome dogs!
Please scroll down the page for a list of dog friendly cottages in the Peak District.
Ash Cottage, Alstonefield, Ashbourne
Sleeps 2 - 6. One of several cottages arranged around a courtyard, Ash Cottage enjoys uninterrupted views across the Manifold Valley. The Peak District is both a walkers and cyclists paradise, with excellent cycle trails along Dovedale and the Manifold Valley. Follow the link below to view other properties at this location.
The Cow Shed, Kingsley Holt, Staffs.
Sleeps 10. Set in the southern Peak District, this stunning barn conversion offers a modern interior with gallery and wood-burning stove, and is situated on a non-working farm. Adjoining another property, it features a paved sitting area perfect for enjoying warm summer evenings. Shop and pub 1 mile.
The Old Byre, near Leek, Staffordshire
Sleeps 4. An attractive, detached barn lovingly converted and retaining many original features, the Old Byre enjoys lovely views and there are superb local walks nearby. In the Staffordshire Peak District, Alton Towers is just 10 minutes away.
Farlands Lodge, Hayfield, Peak District
Sleeps 6. Once owned by Agatha Christie’s family and originally part of their shooting estate, this beautiful 18th century gamekeeper’s cottage is set in magnificent walking, cycling, riding and climbing country.
Manor Barn, Over Haddon, nr. Bakewell
Sleeps 6. Nestled in the small village of Over Haddon in Lathkill Dale in the heart of the Peak District, this spacious contemporary barn conversion is a perfect base for a walking holiday with the family pet. Both Bakewell and Ashford in the Water are just 3 miles away.