Dog Friendly Cottages in The Lake District

Choose from 540 dog friendly cottages in the Lake District. Visiting the Lake District with your pup has never been easier, thanks to our comprehensive list of dog-friendly cottages to rent.


While almost 15% of homes or places to sleep in the Lake District are rental accommodation, finding a place that allows you to bring your pet dog might not always be easy.

The Lake District is easily one of the top local destinations, with 16 million people visiting this National Park yearly. Seeing the breathtaking sights is now easy with your dog, using one of these self-catering cottages in the Lake District as your home base.

Despite the name, the Lake District actually offers more than just lakes, with England’s highest mountain also found in the county. If you like to combine your trip with visiting small towns, then there are lots to choose from as well.


Booking Your Pet-friendly Cottage in the Lakes

dog friendly holidays in the Lake DistrictSearching our list of self-catering cottages makes it easy for you to find a place to stay for you and your pooch. You do not have to browse through hotels or bed-and-breakfasts, wondering if they allow your four-legged companion. Everything listed in our site are certified places that will welcome your pup with open arms. Not only will you have no problems bringing your dog along, but you can enjoy your own peace and quiet in your home-away-from-home.


Fantastic Dog Friendly Holidays in the Lake District

lake-district-mountain-sceneryIf you live in the city, then you and your dog will love the abundance of wide, open spaces in the Lake District. More than just having room to romp or run around, you will be rewarded with beautiful sights and peaceful surroundings. Whether you want an active holiday taking hikes or simply want to bask in relaxing nature, the Lake District has exactly what you are looking for. Another favorite item on tourists’ to-do list is to visit homes of famous residents like Williams Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Beatrix Potter.

Visitors have lots of different little towns to choose from during their visit. Some are lesser known and therefore, quieter and better for those looking for tranquility while not being far away from the beautiful lakes, or as they are officially labeled, tarns.

Lake District landscapeKeswick in the northwest part of the county has fewer visitors compared to other parts, but it is vibrant enough to offer tourists lots to see and do. You can also go on a lake cruise or even find out here where pencils came from! Penrith in the northeast is not only breathtaking, but it is also teeming with history. Ruins dating back from the Roman and even the Neolithic times are perfect for history buffs. Another favorite is Carlisle, where you can follow the trail of Hadrian’s Wall.

The southeast is the most popular, with favorite towns like Kendal, Hawkshead, Bowness-on-Windermere, Ambleside, and others attracting lots of people yearly for access to the Lake District National Park. Lastly, the southwest has the most rugged landscape, which will enthrall nature lovers.


Book For Your Lake District Holiday Home Now

Dog resting while on holiday in the Lake DistrictThe Lake District is truly a destination not to be missed. If you have never been or want to visit again with your four-legged travel partner, then book one of our dog-friendly cottages now to experience the wonder of the Lake District.

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Dog friendly holiday cottages in The Lake District