Bring your pooch along for the adventure and enjoy a relaxing weekend away at one of our dog friendly lodges with hot tubs. Set within some of the most gorgeous locations in the UK, you can choose between the dramatic sights of the Peak District right down to the golden beaches of Cornwall and Devon.
When it comes to choosing the perfect lodge, we understand that everyone’s a little bit different. Some crave the peace and quiet of a log cabin in the countryside, while others might enjoy the bustle of holiday park lodges. Whatever you have in mind, we’re here to help you plan the perfect dog friendly hot tub holiday.
Our dog-friendly cottages with hot tubs have been handpicked to offer the very best in quality and value. From luxury barn conversions to cosy cabins with delightful sea views, you’ll find them all here. So, what are you waiting for? Take a look at our most popular dog-friendly holiday lodges and get planning your next adventure today!
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With so many amazing locations across the UK, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the perfect holiday cottage destination. Here are a few of our most popular locations for dog-friendly hot tub cottages.
Best for: Making the most of Cornwall’s beautiful beaches
There’s no denying that dogs love the seaside - with its long stretches of sand and big dunes to discover, they just can’t get enough of the salty sea air. If you’ve been planning a coastal break with your four-legged friend, then Cornwall should be at the top of your list. Boasting over 500 beaches, there are almost too many opportunities for long walks with the pup!
Best for: Enjoying both coast and countryside
From the Yorkshire Dales to the North York Moors, Yorkshire is home to an array of beautiful locations. Whether you prefer to be by the seaside or perhaps tucked away in the rural countryside, this gorgeous county offers the best of both worlds. You’ll find our pet-friendly cottages dotted all around North Yorkshire and along its popular coastline.
Best for: Setting sail and enjoying a day of dolphin watching
Set just off the coast of North Wales, the Isle of Anglesey is a haven for those who love to be by the seaside. Stretching all the way around the island is the picturesque Anglesey Coastal Path, which lets you enjoy spectacular views from every corner of the island. You’ll also find plenty of opportunities for adventure here, including rib rides along the Menai Strait and boat tours to the neighbouring islands! Devon
Best for: Exploring the amazing Dartmoor National Park
Best for: Discovering the wild beauty of the Scottish Highlands
There are so many incredible places to discover in Scotland. Whether you’re exploring the Highlands or stopping on the enchanting Isle of Skye, you’ll be amazed at its wild beauty. If you prefer the hustle and bustle of city life, why not head over to Edinburgh? This historic city offers so much to see and do, and many of our lodges are just a short journey away from its centre.
Get tails wagging with these best dog-friendly walks in the UK. From mountain hikes to relaxed seaside strolls, there’s something for everyone. After a big walk, you can head back home and soak your cares away in your private hot tub...total bliss!
Walk length: Seven miles
The Padstow to Harlyn Bay route can be quite a challenge in parts, but you’ll be rewarded with fantastic views of the dramatic Stepper Point coastline. An excellent route for dog walkers, you’ll find a dog-friendly beach and pub along the way.
Walk length: Six miles
Robin Hood’s Bay is a charming village along Yorkshire’s coast, and you’ll find plenty of great walks in the area. The Robin Hood's Bay and Maw Wyke route follows the dramatic cliffs along Cinder Track. It’s a well signposted route, just look for the Cleveland Way National Trail.
Location: Isle of Anglesey
Walk length: Three and a half miles
Soak up stunning sea views along this circular trail around Rhoscolyn. Part of the scenic Coastal Footpath, you’ll stroll through beautiful countryside before reaching Traeth Llydan - a golden beach that dogs can run around freely on.
Walk length: Just under three miles
Wistman’s Wood looks like something out of a fairy tale. With its lichen-covered trees and tangled branches, many myths and urban legends have stemmed from this enchanting woodland. This easy route loops you through the woods, before passing by the Burrator Reservoir.
Walk length: Two miles
While only two miles long, The Quiraing is quite a challenge! This moderate route takes you all the way to the peak of the mountain, from which you can enjoy the most spectacular views across the Isle of Skye.
Pack a picnic bag and head to the beach! These popular dog-friendly beaches are perfect for a day spent relaxing on the sands. Meanwhile, your furry friend can make the most of the sights, smells and sounds of the seaside.
Just a five-minute walk from the centre of Bude, Summerleaze Beach is ideal for long walks with the pup. Dogs are allowed on all year but must be kept on a lead between 15th May to 30th Sept.
Set in between the popular resorts of Filey and Scarborough, Cayton Bay is a wide beach with plenty of space for dogs to run around. The best bit? There’s absolutely no dog restrictions here, even in the summer months.
Location: Isle of Anglesey
Newborough Warren is a nature reserve on Anglesey’s South West coast. You’ll find a number of waymarked trails through the dunes, beach and the surrounding pine forest. Be sure to take a trip to Ynys Llanddwyn, an iconic landmark on the island.
With its pristine waters and golden sand, South Milton Sands is a popular spot for both families and dog walkers. After a good walk, head over to the onsite cafe for a well-deserved coffee or ice cold drink.
If you prefer being away from the crowds, then Langamull Beach is the place for you. With its white sands and turquoise waters, this wild beach could easily pass for a tropical island. Although we can’t promise the temperatures will be the same!