We understand that your dog is part of the family, so here at Michael Paul Holidays we offer a wide range of dog friendly holiday cottages where you needn’t leave your furry friend behind.
Our pet friendly properties are set
in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK so remember to pack a leash
as you won’t want to miss out on the spectacular walks to be had, and neither
will your dog! Whether you’re looking for a contemporary lodge, a stylish villa
or a traditional cottage Michael Paul Holidays can cater for both you and your
All of our pet guests are made extremely welcome upon arrival. Our Yorkshire Dales resort offers a ‘puppy hamper’ containing items such as gravy biscuits, squeaky toy, dog towel and frisbee and our Derbyshire Dales resort even lets you bring your own horse! So if you’re looking to bring the whole family away this year then have a browse below for some of the highest quality pet friendly accommodation available.
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Selected properties at our Llyn Peninsula cottages in Wales are dog friendly. (Just look for the pet friendly sign in the amenity bar to double check!) Nefyn Bay is just on your doorstep and with no dog restrictions, your pooch will love a regular run on the beach. With plenty of opportunity for frisbee games, chase the waves and doggy paddle you’re sure to have one happy puppy on your hands!
As well as offering the aforementioned puppy hamper, the Yorkshire Dales has much to offer your dogs in terms of miles upon miles of countryside to explore. In Richmond, the closest town to the Yorkshire Dales eco-lodges, there are plenty of local pubs which allow dogs such as the Hollie Hill Inn, the Castle Tavern, the George and Dragon and the King's Head.
John O’Groats is a secluded region so it’s great to bring along your best friend to keep you company. Our wonderful lodges near the beach are ideally situated for your pedigree partner with plenty of opportunity for running, walking, digging and howling into the wind!
Our lodges in the Derbyshire Dales are a great option if you’re bringing your dog. There is an outdoor tap for washing muddy paws, dog towel and bedding washing facilities as well as doggie waste bags and bins. On request, your hosts can also provide furniture throws, a spare lead, dog bowls and dog bed.
With a bluebell forest and acres of countryside to explore, you’re likely to be worn out by the time your dog has properly investigated the surrounding area. Dogs are mostly welcome in the many local pubs and you’re allowed up to 3 of them per lodge.