Dog Friendly Glamping in Yorkshire
Dog friendly glamping in Yorkshire is a smart choice if you’re looking for a countryside break with your canine friend. One of the most beautiful counties in England, Yorkshire is a dog walkers paradise with forests, moors, and coastlines to explore. Choosing glamping accommodation means that you can stay in picturesque rural locations at affordable prices. Here are a few of our dog friendly cabins and huts in Yorkshire.
Herdwick Shepherd Hut (North Yorkshire)
Situated in the North Yorkshire village of Appletreewick, Herdwick Shepherd Hut is comfortable en-suite accommodation suitable for two people.
It boasts a built-in double bed, a wood burner, and underfloor heating. The hut is sited in the grounds of the Craven Arms pub – serving a range of refreshments and delicious meals.
The village of Appletreewick gives easy access to the southern Yorkshire Dales, and the nearby riverside footpath is ideal for dog walking.
Bracken Burrows Pods (East Yorkshire)
Bracken Burrows Pods is a glamping site on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, in East Yorkshire. There are 5 pods to rent and dogs are welcome.
The pods have a double bed, a wet room, and a kitchenette. Heating is provided by an electric stove, making the pods a cosy all-year-round holiday option.
Outside, there is decking with tables and chairs. There’s also a fire pit and the option to rent a wood fired hot tub.
Baildon Camping Cabins (West Yorkshire)
With far-reaching views across the West Yorkshire moors, Baildon Camping Cabins are a great value glamping option based on a campsite next to a farm.
Each cabin has a memory foam double bed, lighting, and a power socket for electrical devices. There is a seating area and BBQ stand outside the cabins, while the shower block is a few metres away.
Long or short dog walks are on the doorstep. It’s a fantastic location to enjoy a relaxing, peaceful break.
A dog friendly glamping holiday in Yorkshire will provide endless opportunities for activities or excursions. Of course, there are hundreds of miles of footpaths and bridleways to explore, along with scenic villages to visit.
From the hills of the Yorkshire Dales, to the historic city of York, there is something for everybody to enjoy. Many pubs, cafes, and shops also have drinking bowls outside, helping dogs to stay hydrated in the warmer summer months.
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