<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_feb17_week4.jpg" alt="Dog-friendly holiday properties of the week" /> </p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; beautiful log cabins in North Scotland, luxury self-catering cottages in Suffolk, a converted barn in Devon, and pet-friendly properties in Cornwall.</p>
Eagle Brae – North Scotland
We are confident Eagle Brae’s beautiful log cabins are unlike any other you may have seen or stayed in before.
Eagle Brae sleeps up to 26 guests across seven cabins. The maximum any one cabin can take is six. Spacious, yet cosy, the interior of each home is a work of art in itself. Log burning stoves, Scottish motifs, local artwork and period sporting paraphernalia blend with wooden furnishings carved in the Himalayas to create an ambience unlike any you may have experienced before.
The Barn At Nant Llwyd – South Wales
The beautifully converted barn, situated just half a mile from the Brechfa Forest trails, has been carefully designed with dog walkers, cyclists and nature lovers in mind.
The spacious accommodation sleeps four, with two ensuite bathrooms, and a bright, open kitchen/dining and sitting room where you (and your dogs) can relax with the woodburner blazing after a day's exploring.
Kelsale Cottages – Suffolk
Kelsale Cottages comprises two contrasting luxury self-catering holiday cottages open all year around. Set in the middle of the Suffolk Heritage Coast holiday region they are a perfect base for exploring the many local attractions. Suffolk is full of dog friendly beaches and pubs.
Both cottages have lovely private enclosed gardens suitable for dogs; welcome to stay at no charge. There’s a public footpath running directly from my garden into the fields.
Lyons Holiday Parks – North Wales
Lyons Lido Beach is at the heart of the seaside resort of Prestatyn, a traditional Welsh seaside town with a contemporary twist. The town of Prestatyn combines beautiful sandy beaches an abundance of tourist attractions, and a stunning hillside with areas of outstanding national beauty. Better too, providing a relaxed, clean family environment, Lyons Lido Beach is a dog friendly park, where your four legged friend will be made just as welcome as you for an additional charge of just £5 per night, per dog. All our ‘doggie’ static caravan holiday homes are available for either self-catering short breaks or a longer stay and have an enclosed veranda, so that your best friend can run free in a safe tail wagging surrounding. Set just off the famous Offa’s Dyke Path, it is ideally placed for you and your best friend to spend quality time together; after all doesn’t he deserve a holiday just as much as you?
The Barn, Dartmoor Holidays – Devon
Dartmoor National Park converted barn. Three cottages (sleeping 6, 5 & 2-4), competitive prices, on the western slopes of Dartmoor, Tavistock 3 miles. Fantastic walking: open moor only 10 minutes walk up no through lane.
They can lend maps and advise places to explore. Extra dogs and other pets (including horses) usually accepted. Riding stables nearby and excellent dog-friendly pub in the village.
Portscatho Holidays – Cornwall
At Portscatho Holidays they understand how important it is that the whole family is welcome which is why they offer the choice of around 50 pet friendly properties over the Roseland Peninsula in South Cornwall.
The Roseland is a place where you can be sure of a great Cornish welcome and a fantastic holiday experience. The peninsula offers a great selection of restaurants and eateries, glorious uncrowded beaches, tidal creeks and hidden coves, pretty villages, subtropical gardens and superb accommodation. It’s the perfect place to explore and while away the days which is why this area of Cornwall is an incredibly popular visitor destination.