Pet Friendly Cottages Lake District

Pet Friendly Cottages Lake District

Lakelovers Gold pet friendly accommodation in the Lake District

Pets are a much-loved part of the family, so you must bring them on your Lake District holiday. We have hand-picked the very best selection of pet-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District, from contemporary barn conversions to traditional cottages and ‘could-be’ castles – so there’s plenty of luxury dog-friendly cottages in the Lake District to choose from. Both you, friends, family and your pet will feel right at home with our luxury pet-friendly cottages in the Lake District – after all, they’re all VisitEngland 3-5-star graded – and we don’t charge extra. 

You’ll find log burners and open fires, perfect for curling up in front of after a day of fresh air. Mud rooms are ideal for walkies straight from the cottage door and secure gardens allow everyone to relax. And relax you will in Lakelovers luxurious dog-friendly cottages. Come and go as you please, heading out for an early morning walk and returning for a leisurely lunch. 

The Lake District is one of England’s top dog-friendly holiday destinations, so don’t put your pooch in the kennels, take a look at our dog-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District and discover why dogs and their owners love the lakes so much. 

Dogs in the Lake District

The Lake District is so dog-friendly that in 2014 it was handed the Kennel Club Great Outdoors award, and then the Lakeland town of Keswick was named as the ‘most dog-friendly town in the UK. So, there’s no better reason to visit is there?

Dogs are a well-established part of the family, and today more than ever public places like cafes, restaurants, shops and attractions are accepting pets. These include Lowther Castle & Gardens, The Lingholm Walled Kitchen & Garden, Brockhole Garden & Grounds, Claife Viewing Station and Brantwood Gardens (not in the house) to name a few. 

The steamers on the four largest lakes in the Lake District are all dog-friendly, with water bowls on the jetty’s:  Windermere Lake Cruises, Ullswater Cruises, Keswick Launch, and the Coniston Launch. 

Whinlatter and Grizedale Forest welcome dogs and are a natural agility course that your beloved dog will adore. Watch as they race back-and-forth to you, hurdle over fallen logs, follow the smells of the forest and show-off just how happy they are. 

There are over 3,200km of public rights of way in the Lake District, taking in all kinds of terrain from pastoral fields and low-level bridleways, to bracken-covered fell tops, rivers, streams, tarns and woodland. With so much choice, there’s walkies for all experiences and fitness levels too, from a leisurely patter around the flat paths of Tarn Hows to a heart-racing trot up Helvellyn. The car-free Windermere western shore walk is flat and there’s lots of interest, with the shore close by for a quick paddle.

Luxury Pet-Friendly Cottages Lake District 

Imagine cosying up on the sofa curled up with your canine pal in front of the roaring open fire on a winter’s night.

Or on a warm summer evening,  playing a game of fetch with your pooch while you relax with a drink on the terrace.

Whatever the season,  you’ll have a wonderful time at the perfect place with your pet.

Our cottages are all hand-picked for their unique location and superior facilities – whether you want a traditional Lakeland cottage or a contemporary barn conversion, by the foot of a fell or by a lake.

Whatever the reason for your stay – a week ticking off Wainwright’s with your pooch, a weekend retreat to spend time with the family – you’ll have a great time and make amazing memories in our luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District.

Dog-Friendly Pubs 

There’s lots of exploring to be had with your dog in the Lake District, from dog walks with amazing views, circular dog walks through the countryside, easy strolls to strenuous challenges. But, some of our favourite are dog-friendly pub walks. And, if you know where to look, there are lots of these in the Lake District too. From finishing a long day on the fells next to a cosy fire in a dog-friendly country inn to a dog-friendly pub along your walking route, this is what a break in the Lakes with your favourite pooch is all about. 

The Drunken Duck, just outside Ambleside, is well-placed for walking around Tarn Hows, climbing both Loughrigg Fell and Helm Crag, and is a popular local gastropub that welcomes dogs. The Duck is also known for their on-site microbrewery, Barngate Brewery, so not only will your dog enjoy a sit by the fire but you can enjoy a delicious local ale, many of which are named after pet dogs, such as Cracker and tag Lag. If you are a fan of craft-ale, another walk with a dog-friendly pub to try is Coniston Old Man, followed by The Black Bull, which sits right at the end of the walk. This is a traditional dog-friendly pub and home to the famous Bluebird Bitter.  

Keswick has lots of dog-friendly pubs, and also many walks. We like a trip up Catbells followed by the famous goulash at The Dog & Gun. An evening walk to Castlerigg Stone Circle to catch the sun setting at this mystical site is a must, and dogs on leads are permitted at the English Heritage owned attraction. Try the stone-baked pizza at The Square Orange in Keswick centre, which welcomes well-behaved dogs. 

So, if you’re looking for a breakaway and which both you and your pet will enjoy, then the Lake District is the very best.

Their stay will be just as comfortable as yours. So, come and share the summits with your pet, they’ll love you for it. Book your stay by calling 015394 88855 or emailing enquiries@lakeloversgold.co.uk.

You’ll find log burners and open fires, perfect for curling up in front of after a day of fresh air. Mud rooms are ideal for walkies straight from the cottage door and secure gardens allow everyone to relax. And relax you will in Lakelovers luxurious dog-friendly cottages. Come and go as you please, heading out for an early morning walk and returning for a leisurely lunch. 

The Lake District is one of England’s top dog-friendly holiday destinations, so don’t put your pooch in the kennels, take a look at our dog-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District and discover why dogs and their owners love the lakes so much.

Dogs in the Lake District

The Lake District is so dog-friendly that in 2014 it was handed the Kennel Club Great Outdoors award, and then the Lakeland town of Keswick was named as the ‘most dog-friendly town in the UK. So, there’s no better reason to visit is there?

Dogs are a well-established part of the family, and today more than ever public places like cafes, restaurants, shops and attractions are accepting pets. These include Lowther Castle & Gardens, The Lingholm Walled Kitchen & Garden, Brockhole Garden & Grounds, Claife Viewing Station and Brantwood Gardens (not in the house) to name a few. 

The steamers on the four largest lakes in the Lake District are all dog-friendly, with water bowls on the jetty’s:  Windermere Lake Cruises, Ullswater Cruises, Keswick Launch, and the Coniston Launch. 

Whinlatter and Grizedale Forest welcome dogs and are a natural agility course that your beloved dog will adore. Watch as they race back-and-forth to you, hurdle over fallen logs, follow the smells of the forest and show-off just how happy they are. 

There are over 3,200km of public rights of way in the Lake District, taking in all kinds of terrain from pastoral fields and low-level bridleways, to bracken-covered fell tops, rivers, streams, tarns and woodland. With so much choice, there’s walkies for all experiences and fitness levels too, from a leisurely patter around the flat paths of Tarn Hows to a heart-racing trot up Helvellyn. The car-free Windermere western shore walk is flat and there’s lots of interest, with the shore close by for a quick paddle.

Luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District 

Imagine cosying up on the sofa curled up with your canine pal in front of the roaring open fire on a winter’s night.

Or on a warm summer evening,  playing a game of fetch with your pooch while you relax with a drink on the terrace.

Whatever the season,  you’ll have a wonderful time at the perfect place with your pet.

Our cottages are all hand-picked for their unique location and superior facilities – whether you want a traditional Lakeland cottage or a contemporary barn conversion, by the foot of a fell or by a lake.

Whatever the reason for your stay – a week ticking off Wainwright’s with your pooch, a weekend retreat to spend time with the family – you’ll have a great time and make amazing memories in our luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District.

Dog-Friendly Pubs 

There’s lots of exploring to be had with your dog in the Lake District, from dog walks with amazing views, circular dog walks through the countryside, easy strolls to strenuous challenges. But, some of our favourite are dog-friendly pub walks. And, if you know where to look, there are lots of these in the Lake District too. From finishing a long day on the fells next to a cosy fire in a dog-friendly country inn to a dog-friendly pub along your walking route, this is what a break in the Lakes with your favourite pooch is all about. 

The Drunken Duck, just outside Ambleside, is well-placed for walking around Tarn Hows, climbing both Loughrigg Fell and Helm Crag, and is a popular local gastropub that welcomes dogs. The Duck is also known for their on-site microbrewery, Barngate Brewery, so not only will your dog enjoy a sit by the fire but you can enjoy a delicious local ale, many of which are named after pet dogs, such as Cracker and tag Lag. If you are a fan of craft-ale, another walk with a dog-friendly pub to try is Coniston Old Man, followed by The Black Bull, which sits right at the end of the walk. This is a traditional dog-friendly pub and home to the famous Bluebird Bitter.  

Keswick has lots of dog-friendly pubs, and also many walks. We like a trip up Catbells followed by the famous goulash at The Dog & Gun. An evening walk to Castlerigg Stone Circle to catch the sun setting at this mystical site is a must, and dogs on leads are permitted at the English Heritage owned attraction. Try the stone-baked pizza at The Square Orange in Keswick centre, which welcomes well-behaved dogs. 

So, if you’re looking for a breakaway and which both you and your pet will enjoy, then the Lake District is the very best.

Their stay will be just as comfortable as yours. So, come and share the summits with your pet, they’ll love you for it. Book your stay by calling 015394 88855 or emailing enquiries@lakeloversgold.co.uk.

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Pet Friendly Cottages Lake District

Pet Friendly Cottages Lake District

Lakelovers Gold pet friendly accommodation in the Lake District

Pets are a much-loved part of the family, so you must bring them on your Lake District holiday. We have hand-picked the very best selection of pet-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District, from contemporary barn conversions to traditional cottages and ‘could-be’ castles – so there’s plenty of luxury dog-friendly cottages in the Lake District to choose from. Both you, friends, family and your pet will feel right at home with our luxury pet-friendly cottages in the Lake District – after all, they’re all VisitEngland 3-5-star graded – and we don’t charge extra. 

You’ll find log burners and open fires, perfect for curling up in front of after a day of fresh air. Mud rooms are ideal for walkies straight from the cottage door and secure gardens allow everyone to relax. And relax you will in Lakelovers luxurious dog-friendly cottages. Come and go as you please, heading out for an early morning walk and returning for a leisurely lunch. 

The Lake District is one of England’s top dog-friendly holiday destinations, so don’t put your pooch in the kennels, take a look at our dog-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District and discover why dogs and their owners love the lakes so much. 

Dogs in the Lake District

The Lake District is so dog-friendly that in 2014 it was handed the Kennel Club Great Outdoors award, and then the Lakeland town of Keswick was named as the ‘most dog-friendly town in the UK. So, there’s no better reason to visit is there?

Dogs are a well-established part of the family, and today more than ever public places like cafes, restaurants, shops and attractions are accepting pets. These include Lowther Castle & Gardens, The Lingholm Walled Kitchen & Garden, Brockhole Garden & Grounds, Claife Viewing Station and Brantwood Gardens (not in the house) to name a few. 

The steamers on the four largest lakes in the Lake District are all dog-friendly, with water bowls on the jetty’s:  Windermere Lake Cruises, Ullswater Cruises, Keswick Launch, and the Coniston Launch. 

Whinlatter and Grizedale Forest welcome dogs and are a natural agility course that your beloved dog will adore. Watch as they race back-and-forth to you, hurdle over fallen logs, follow the smells of the forest and show-off just how happy they are. 

There are over 3,200km of public rights of way in the Lake District, taking in all kinds of terrain from pastoral fields and low-level bridleways, to bracken-covered fell tops, rivers, streams, tarns and woodland. With so much choice, there’s walkies for all experiences and fitness levels too, from a leisurely patter around the flat paths of Tarn Hows to a heart-racing trot up Helvellyn. The car-free Windermere western shore walk is flat and there’s lots of interest, with the shore close by for a quick paddle.

Luxury Pet-Friendly Cottages Lake District 

Imagine cosying up on the sofa curled up with your canine pal in front of the roaring open fire on a winter’s night.

Or on a warm summer evening,  playing a game of fetch with your pooch while you relax with a drink on the terrace.

Whatever the season,  you’ll have a wonderful time at the perfect place with your pet.

Our cottages are all hand-picked for their unique location and superior facilities – whether you want a traditional Lakeland cottage or a contemporary barn conversion, by the foot of a fell or by a lake.

Whatever the reason for your stay – a week ticking off Wainwright’s with your pooch, a weekend retreat to spend time with the family – you’ll have a great time and make amazing memories in our luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District.

Dog-Friendly Pubs 

There’s lots of exploring to be had with your dog in the Lake District, from dog walks with amazing views, circular dog walks through the countryside, easy strolls to strenuous challenges. But, some of our favourite are dog-friendly pub walks. And, if you know where to look, there are lots of these in the Lake District too. From finishing a long day on the fells next to a cosy fire in a dog-friendly country inn to a dog-friendly pub along your walking route, this is what a break in the Lakes with your favourite pooch is all about. 

The Drunken Duck, just outside Ambleside, is well-placed for walking around Tarn Hows, climbing both Loughrigg Fell and Helm Crag, and is a popular local gastropub that welcomes dogs. The Duck is also known for their on-site microbrewery, Barngate Brewery, so not only will your dog enjoy a sit by the fire but you can enjoy a delicious local ale, many of which are named after pet dogs, such as Cracker and tag Lag. If you are a fan of craft-ale, another walk with a dog-friendly pub to try is Coniston Old Man, followed by The Black Bull, which sits right at the end of the walk. This is a traditional dog-friendly pub and home to the famous Bluebird Bitter.  

Keswick has lots of dog-friendly pubs, and also many walks. We like a trip up Catbells followed by the famous goulash at The Dog & Gun. An evening walk to Castlerigg Stone Circle to catch the sun setting at this mystical site is a must, and dogs on leads are permitted at the English Heritage owned attraction. Try the stone-baked pizza at The Square Orange in Keswick centre, which welcomes well-behaved dogs. 

So, if you’re looking for a breakaway and which both you and your pet will enjoy, then the Lake District is the very best.

Their stay will be just as comfortable as yours. So, come and share the summits with your pet, they’ll love you for it. Book your stay by calling 015394 88855 or emailing enquiries@lakeloversgold.co.uk.

You’ll find log burners and open fires, perfect for curling up in front of after a day of fresh air. Mud rooms are ideal for walkies straight from the cottage door and secure gardens allow everyone to relax. And relax you will in Lakelovers luxurious dog-friendly cottages. Come and go as you please, heading out for an early morning walk and returning for a leisurely lunch. 

The Lake District is one of England’s top dog-friendly holiday destinations, so don’t put your pooch in the kennels, take a look at our dog-friendly luxury cottages in the Lake District and discover why dogs and their owners love the lakes so much.

Dogs in the Lake District

The Lake District is so dog-friendly that in 2014 it was handed the Kennel Club Great Outdoors award, and then the Lakeland town of Keswick was named as the ‘most dog-friendly town in the UK. So, there’s no better reason to visit is there?

Dogs are a well-established part of the family, and today more than ever public places like cafes, restaurants, shops and attractions are accepting pets. These include Lowther Castle & Gardens, The Lingholm Walled Kitchen & Garden, Brockhole Garden & Grounds, Claife Viewing Station and Brantwood Gardens (not in the house) to name a few. 

The steamers on the four largest lakes in the Lake District are all dog-friendly, with water bowls on the jetty’s:  Windermere Lake Cruises, Ullswater Cruises, Keswick Launch, and the Coniston Launch. 

Whinlatter and Grizedale Forest welcome dogs and are a natural agility course that your beloved dog will adore. Watch as they race back-and-forth to you, hurdle over fallen logs, follow the smells of the forest and show-off just how happy they are. 

There are over 3,200km of public rights of way in the Lake District, taking in all kinds of terrain from pastoral fields and low-level bridleways, to bracken-covered fell tops, rivers, streams, tarns and woodland. With so much choice, there’s walkies for all experiences and fitness levels too, from a leisurely patter around the flat paths of Tarn Hows to a heart-racing trot up Helvellyn. The car-free Windermere western shore walk is flat and there’s lots of interest, with the shore close by for a quick paddle.

Luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District 

Imagine cosying up on the sofa curled up with your canine pal in front of the roaring open fire on a winter’s night.

Or on a warm summer evening,  playing a game of fetch with your pooch while you relax with a drink on the terrace.

Whatever the season,  you’ll have a wonderful time at the perfect place with your pet.

Our cottages are all hand-picked for their unique location and superior facilities – whether you want a traditional Lakeland cottage or a contemporary barn conversion, by the foot of a fell or by a lake.

Whatever the reason for your stay – a week ticking off Wainwright’s with your pooch, a weekend retreat to spend time with the family – you’ll have a great time and make amazing memories in our luxury pet-friendly cottages Lake District.

Dog-Friendly Pubs 

There’s lots of exploring to be had with your dog in the Lake District, from dog walks with amazing views, circular dog walks through the countryside, easy strolls to strenuous challenges. But, some of our favourite are dog-friendly pub walks. And, if you know where to look, there are lots of these in the Lake District too. From finishing a long day on the fells next to a cosy fire in a dog-friendly country inn to a dog-friendly pub along your walking route, this is what a break in the Lakes with your favourite pooch is all about. 

The Drunken Duck, just outside Ambleside, is well-placed for walking around Tarn Hows, climbing both Loughrigg Fell and Helm Crag, and is a popular local gastropub that welcomes dogs. The Duck is also known for their on-site microbrewery, Barngate Brewery, so not only will your dog enjoy a sit by the fire but you can enjoy a delicious local ale, many of which are named after pet dogs, such as Cracker and tag Lag. If you are a fan of craft-ale, another walk with a dog-friendly pub to try is Coniston Old Man, followed by The Black Bull, which sits right at the end of the walk. This is a traditional dog-friendly pub and home to the famous Bluebird Bitter.  

Keswick has lots of dog-friendly pubs, and also many walks. We like a trip up Catbells followed by the famous goulash at The Dog & Gun. An evening walk to Castlerigg Stone Circle to catch the sun setting at this mystical site is a must, and dogs on leads are permitted at the English Heritage owned attraction. Try the stone-baked pizza at The Square Orange in Keswick centre, which welcomes well-behaved dogs. 

So, if you’re looking for a breakaway and which both you and your pet will enjoy, then the Lake District is the very best.

Their stay will be just as comfortable as yours. So, come and share the summits with your pet, they’ll love you for it. Book your stay by calling 015394 88855 or emailing enquiries@lakeloversgold.co.uk.