<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_jan17_week1.jpg" alt="Dog-friendly holiday properties of the week " /></p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; a charming cottage in Derbyshire, a dog-friendly B&B in Cumbria, a tranquil farm and cottages in Wales, and a hotel nestling in the heart of Cumbria.</p>
Pendleton Cottage – Derbyshire
Pendleton Cottage is a charming, detached one bedroom cottage ideally located on the edge of the Peak District National Park. This delightful, newly renovated property retains its original character, with beams and exposed stonework throughout.
Dogs are welcome at the property and to enjoy the beautiful walks right from the door, the owners have prepared detailed maps and directions for walks around the cottages, so you can find the prettiest footpaths and best views. You are situated in the picturesque village of Alderwasley, in a peaceful and relatively undiscovered area just a few miles from Matlock.
The George & Dragon Hotel – Cumbria
Nestling in the heart of Dentdale a few miles from the market town of Sedbergh, Dent is renowned as one of the quaintest and prettiest villages in the Yorkshire Dales. Situated in idyllic countryside within easy reach of the Lake District and the West Coast, Dent provides the perfect holiday base.
The George and Dragon is a grade 2 listed building situated in the centre of Dent Village overlooking the famous Adam Sedgwick Memorial Fountain. The George and Dragon recently won the prestigious CAMRA Westmorland Pub of the Season award.
Polruan Cottages – Cornwall
Polruan is an ancient nautical village on the south-eastern shore of Fowey Harbour – mid-way along the south Cornish coast between Falmouth and Plymouth. It is often spoken of as a “fishing village”, and indeed there are a few professional fisherman left, but an equally important role throughout its long history has been played, as it is still played today, by boatbuilding and other activities connected with the busy and beautiful harbour on which the community lies.
There is a wealth to see & do in this part of the world with cliff walks, sandy beaches & woodlands, what more could our pets ask for?
Bach Wen Farm & Cottages – North Wales
Bach Wen is a tranquil and peaceful site overlooking Caernarfon Bay in North Wales. It can be found near the village of Clynnog Fawr, nine miles to the west of Caernarfon. It lies on the beautiful Lleyn Peninsular, on the edge of Snowdonia National Park.
Their cottages are converted buildings from the working farm that served the St Beuno Monastery which dates back to the 7th century. The eight stone cottages offer outstanding views in all directions. From the paddocks in front of the cottages you get a spectacular view of Caernarfon Bay, Anglesey, Holy Island and the imposing Three Rivals mountain range.
Beech Hill House B&B – Cumbria
Beech Hill House is situated in the South Lakes just 8 minutes from the M6 motorway.
Being a truly dog friendly bed and breakfast we provide a dog bed (if one is needed), a throw for the bed, feeding bowl and a "Goodie" basket with a few essentials and treats in. All bedrooms are spacious, en-suite with king-size beds, and one has a private balcony with table, chairs and gate leading to a private part of the garden. A dog friendly village pub serving nice food is just 50 yards along the road.
The Coppermines and Lakes Cottages – Cumbria
Winners of the Trip Advisor 'Hall of Fame Award 2015' they are based in the heart of the pretty Coniston village. They pride themselves on knowing each one of their properties inside and out, meaning they can always give you, as the guest, honest and reliable information.
From secluded mountain cottages for the ultimate escape, to snug village cottages designed for two, at The Coppermines they have something to suit all needs and desires.
And as a pet friendly company (their office dog Ziggie would agree), the majority of their cottages are pet friendly. They know that no trip to the Lake District is complete without a man (or woman’s) best friend to assist you on the fells, and they wouldn’t want your four-legged pals to miss out.