Dog-friendly cottages mean no-one misses the fun
We can’t deny that there’s a wonderful world out there - a world of ravishing views, incredible adventures and unforgettable holiday breaks. But, would you like to know a secret? You don’t have to go abroad to fulfil even your wildest holiday desires. Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales are home to some of the finest sights, sounds, tastes and smells our world has to offer. So whatever treat you want your senses to enjoy, UK cottage holidays can provide.
Are you an early riser? Then choose to smell dawn’s dew, filling the air with that crisp freshness, that only exists on an English winter’s morn. Like to stay up late? Then choose to watch the day’s last light dance across the top of a Scottish loch. Choose to hear the soft clip of horses hoofs on cobblestones or the whistle of salty sea air through craggy cliffs. Choose to taste true freshness, with ingredients picked from the rich and wild Irish countryside or to take your palate on a tour of the ocean, with a Wales seaside village.
One of the best things about booking cottage holidays, is you don’t leave the comfortable feeling of being at home behind - you just discover it somewhere else. Unlike hotels, holiday cottages give your breaks, freedom, flexibility and the relaxing cosiness that comes with having a space that’s truly your own.
Dog-friendly luxury is always on the table
When it comes to planning exceptional getaways, we know our stuff. Here at Snaptrip, we’ve spent the last few years helping over 100,000 people find the perfect holiday cottage, and save a combined £1 million in the process. Each great holiday home is handpicked to guarantee a rich, rewarding, and most importantly, revitalising break from everyday life.
What’s more, we make sure we offer a simply staggering range of cottages. With everything from quaint cabins to luxury lodges, however wild your holiday dreams happen to be, we can help you live them. From dog-friendly cottages to cottages with hot tubs, whether its a short break or month-long adventure, we’ve got you covered.
The UK is perfect for pet-friendly cottages
We won’t deny, there’s a wonderful world out there. A world full of ravishing views, heart-stopping sights and exhilarating adventures for you and your four-legged friend to enjoy. But, would you like to know a secret? With our selection of over 36,000 perfect properties, there’s no shortage of pet-friendly holidays here in the UK too.
Every year, more and more holidaymakers are saying bon voyage to vacations abroad and choosing to find their next adventure inside the British Isles. Here at Dog Friendly Cottages, we can certainly see why. Not only are UK cottages often a cheaper alternative to foreign holidays, but they have no less to offer. On the contrary, if you know where to look, (and trust us, we do) booking dog-friendly properties in the UK can be an unrivalled holiday experience.
Where’s the perfect location for you?
Just like us, every dog has their idea of a perfect holiday. Some crave peace and quiet, while others always want to be on the move. So while England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales boast a staggering selection of great locations, the question remains, which one is right for the both of you? If you’re after opal blue waters lapping against white and silken sands, Cornwall is the obvious choice. Home to above average sunshine, below-average rainfall and more award-winning dog-friendly beaches than anywhere else in Britain, it’s the perfect place for summery seaside fun.
For mouthwatering meals inside dog-friendly pubs, you can’t beat the rolling hills of Wales. Nestled amongst emerald fields and majestic mountainscapes, away from the tourist’s eye, you’ll find hundreds of quaint country pubs and idyllic inns waiting for you and your pet.
For family fun (and we mean fun for every member of the family, four-legged friends included), the Lake District is the place to be. This Cumbrian gem offers an array of family-friendly attractions, from museums to boat trips, to the finest walking routes in Britain. Not to mention scenery so stunning, it’s officially ranked alongside the Taj Mahal and Great Barrier Reef as a site of “outstanding importance to the common heritage of humankind”.