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Find the perfect holiday getaway or day out adventure in Northumberland for both you and your dogs to enjoy.
Located on the A697, approximately 15 minutes north of Morpeth town centre.
Set in the heart of the stunning Northumberland countryside, on the edge of the Wooler Water, Riverside Leisure Park combines a wonderful woodland setting with an abundance of wildlife and superb facilities to create a truly unique holiday location. Up to 2 dogs per caravan are welcome at a charge [...]
14 bedroom hotel, with restaurant, bar and decking area. Parking on site. Excellent base for exploring both mid and coastal Northumberland. A plethora of walks nearby, from a gentle stroll to an energetic walk. Our large bar area is dog friendly, so dogs can be accompanied by their owners for breakfast, [...]
Set in the countryside village of Ridsdale on the A68 east of Bellingham, south of Otterburn and north of Hexham, the Gun Inn offers a congenial pub atmosphere in this peaceful, historic and beautiful part of the country.
Nursery Cottage is a luxury hideaway in the historic market town of Alnwick. Sleeping just 3, this stunning cottage is only a 10 minute stroll from the town centre. There are plenty of places to dine in the town, or if you are planning to travel further afield during your [...]
Admission charge for people, free admission for well behaved dogs. Dungeon and upper floors accessed by lift. Fully accessible.
Take your four legged friend to a one of Hoseason's holiday parks so the whole family can enjoy a break and new surroundings together. Click on the link to find out more about a dog friendly holiday park break. Note - the map link goes to one of the parks [...]
Over looking the Simonside Hills, fantastic walking from the pub doorstep. River Coquet at the bottom of our garden. Dogs always welcome. Dog friendly rooms are also available.
Gorgeous Hare Cottage, near Warkworth is conveniently situated in the countryside, just a few minutes’ drive from beautiful Warkworth village. Hare Cottage provides a very cosy holiday retreat in the perfect location for exploring the stunning Northumbrian Heritage Coastline.
2.75 miles North East of Bardon Mill on B6318 (OS Map 87; ref NY 790687. The fort lies uphill from the car park (a ten minute walk).
There is a terrace area overlooking the river, this has a hose pipe and dog bowl. There is a short river side walk. Food is prepared using all local produce. There is an excellent butcher in the village. Local real ale.
In the pretty village of Bamburgh, Hermitage is the perfect base for families and couples to explore this stunning part of the world. Hermitage is in the village itself so you can walk to the local pubs and restaurants.
On Holy Island, only reached at low tide across causeway (tide tables at each end or details from Berwick Tourist Information Centre - 01289 330733) (OS Map 75; ref NU 126417). Parking 500m from entrance (Borough Council).
Sandpiper oozes luxury, from its warm yet delicate coastal-inspired colour palette throughout the cottage to the handmade kitchen with marble worktops and private hot tub. In North Sunderland you are only a 5-minute walk from Seahouses, a pretty fishing village with an abundance of shops, restaurants and pubs.
Norham village, 6.5 miles South West of Berwick-upon -Tweed on minor road off B6470 (from A698) (OS Map 75; ref NT 906476).
Swansdown is a luxury apartment in the fishing village of Amble. Within a 5 minute walk to the beach you have the perfect central base to travel around Northumberland.
In Prudhoe, on minor road off A695 (OS Map 88; ref NZ 092634). Parking 70m from entrance.
Hotspur Cottage is the perfect base if you are planning to explore Northumberland with your pooch. In the pretty village of Warkworth you can discover stunning river walks, or if you prefer to let your dog off the lead, you are only a 10 minute walk from the beach.
Our Northumbrian trails are a new way to explore and have fun with your dog. They are self-guided walking trails in great locations, ideal for a dog or family walk with a difference. Trails are between 1 and 3 miles and treasure hunt, spy mission or murder [...]
Choose from a great selection of pet friendly holiday cottages across Northumbgerland. With your best canine friends welcome, the whole family can look forward to a holiday together in this beautiful north of England area. Many holiday homes welcome more than one dog; simply check via the website for further [...]
In Tynemouth, near North Pier (OS Map 88; ref NZ 373694). Visitors parking in village, 150m uphill walk.
Off lead walking from front door. 5 mins dog friendly pub with real ale and good food. 1 mile to Alnmouth with unlimited coastal walking on fabulous dog friendly beaches and several more dog friendly pubs. Enclosed front and back gardens.
In Warkworth, 7.5 miles South of Alnwick on A1068 (OS Map 81; Castle ref NU 247058, Hermitage ref NU 242060). Parking 30m from entrance. Audio tour.
This luxurious bolthole sleeps just two,and welcomes two of your four legged friends! Wildhope View is just outside Alnmouth which has miles of stunning beaches for your dogs to run on. Alnmouth Village also has an abundance of shops, local pubs and pet friendly places to eat.
1 mile North East of Corbridge, on minor road off B6321 or A68 (OS Map 87; ref NZ 001663)
This gorgeous Harbottle holiday cottage has a host of original features, including stone inglenook fireplaces and an Aga in the kitchen. From Border House you will be captivated by the views of Northumberland National Park – a walkers paradise.
In Belsay, 14 miles North West of Newcastle on A696 (OS Map 88; ref NZ 088785). Pay and display parking 300m from entrance.
Bay View is a chic coastal home, in Amble. Less than a 10 minute walk to the harbour and marina, this quirkly little town is full of bustling arty shops and restaurants. We guarantee you will be captivated by the views from the lounge.
On the Parade, off Church St, in town centre (OS Map 75; ref NU 001531).Use town car park.
Our joint site with Cottages.com brings you a choice of quality assessed self catering cottages and holiday accommodation in Northumberland and across the UK. All holiday homes displayed on the site are pet friendly so you can book in the knowledge your dog is welcome too!
Follions if the definition of country living. This stunning traditional country house has sweeping views of the valley and has the added luxurious features such as an AGA-style range and two open fires. The perfect get together places for all of the family.
The castle is adjacent to Berwick-upon-Tweed railway station. The ramparts surround the town (accessed at various points).
Berwick town centre on North bank of River Tweed (OS Map 75; ref NU 000525). Managed by Berwick Civic Society.
180 metres (200 yards) North of minor road, 7 miles North West of Bellingham; or along a minor road from A68 (OS Map 80; ref NY 773900).
4.5 miles South East of Rothbury off B6344 (OS Map 81; ref NZ 116983). Picnic area (1/3 mile).
1/4 mile West of Chollerford on B6318 (OS Map 87; ref NY 913701).
1/4 mile S of Low Bruntonon A6079 (OS Map 87; ref NY 922698).
0.5 mile Noth West of Corbridge on minor road, then signed. (OS Map 87; ref NY 983649).
8 miles North East of Alnwick; on footpaths from Craster or Embleton. (OS Map 75; ref NU 257219).
At East end of Edlingham village, on minor road off B6341; 6 miles South West of Alnwick (OS Map 81; ref NU 116092). Managed by the Parochial Church Council of St John the Baptist, Edlingham, with Bolton Chapel.