Dog-friendly cottages in and around the Peak District

Bring your favourite four-legged friend with you on holiday as many of our historic cottages cater for dogs too. And there’s no compromising on comfort and style; you’ll find cosy converted barns, stone cottages with a view and luxury manors – all within or close to the Peak District.

The picturesque exterior of Redhurst, Ashbourne, Staffordshire


You'll love the cosy interiors of this two-bedroom converted barn, while pup will love the miles of walking trails straight from the front door. It has its own garden which backs onto the River Manifold and leads to the Dovedale Valley.

The exterior of East Lodge, Disley, Stockport, Cheshire

East Lodge 

Swap grey window views for vast, green panoramas and with roaming red deer. East Lodge nestles on the eastern boundary of Lyme's historic deer park, so you and pooch can walk for hours or drive deeper into the Peak District for more challenging treks.

White Edge Lodge holiday cottage in Derbyshire

White Edge Lodge 

White Edge Lodge is a former gamekeeper's cottage with stacks of charm; from the game cellar kitchen to the roll-top bath boasting moorland views. It caters for five people and two dogs and is the deal base to explore the National Park.

4 Stable Yard Cottage 

Guests (including pup) are invited to explore the Hardwick estate, in which this converted 16th-century stable yard is based on. It has three-bedrooms with room for one dog and is 30-minute drive to the eastern edge of the Peak District.

The snug at Norbury Manor, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

Norbury Manor 

Norbury Manor is the ultimate get-together retreat with its five luxury bedrooms, original wood panelling and stained glass windows. It even has a ‘snug’ room where you and pup can curl up against the open fire.