10 Reasons to Visit Our Dog Friendly Hotels in the Peak District

27th March 2024
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Dogs deserve a holiday too! With plenty of winding trails and woodland walks to discover, there’s no better place than the Peak District to enjoy a break away with your pet. Luckily, we offer a variety of dog friendly hotels in the Peak District. From cosy inns in the villages of Beeley and Pilsley to The Cavendish Hotel in Baslow, our hotels offer all the creature comforts you might need throughout your stay.

We have listed our top 10 reasons why you should bring your loyal companion with you when you come and stay with us in beautiful Derbyshire.

Dogs get their very own four-poster bed

Treat your dog to the ultimate luxury with their very own four-poster bed. For a small additional fee of £35 per night, your pet can rest like royalty throughout their stay. For more information about our dog beds, please visit: Devonshire Hotels Canine Retreats

Dog sat in a four poster bed in a hotel bedroom

All dogs receive a welcome hamper

Upon arrival, your dog will receive a warm welcome with a special hamper containing all the essentials for their comfort, including a towel for post-adventure drying and a selection of tasty treats.

Dine with your dog

Enjoy meals without leaving your furry friend behind. Our dog-friendly dining areas ensure that your pet can join you for a delicious meal. The inns at Beeley and Pilsley offer relaxed dining and traditional menus using the season's best produce from across the estate. At The Cavendish Hotel dogs are welcome to join guests in The Garden Room Restaurant, which offers an array of innovative dishes using locally sourced produce. You can even order room service from our special dog menu, which features meals and snacks such as lamb hot pot and dogcorn.

Learn more about our restaurants: Devonshire Hotels Wine and Dine

We’re located on the Chatsworth Estate

Did you know that The Chatsworth Estate was recently named the best dog-friendly attraction in the UK? Located in the heart of the Peak District it’s easy to see why dogs and their owners love it so much. Chatsworth has a 105-acre garden and 1,800 acres of parkland to explore all year round. With ample space to roam freely and immerse yourself in nature, neither you nor your dog will be bored on the estate.

Discover a map of the best dog walks using the Chatsworth dog walk map: Chatsworth Estate Dog Walk Map

Chatsworth house in Spring

Dogs get their own spa treatment

Treat your dog to a spa day with our doggy baths, allowing them to splash around in warm water after a day of adventure, ensuring they stay clean and comfortable.

A warm welcome awaits

Our dedicated staff are passionate about dogs and will ensure that your furry friend feels right at home throughout their stay, providing a warm welcome and any assistance you may need.

You can enjoy a guilt-free holiday

Say goodbye to pet-sitter guilt or the worry of kennel costs. Bringing your dog along to the Peak District means enjoying their happiness as they sniff out new sights and smells, keeping both of you active and engaged.

You’ll have miles of trails to explore

The Peak District is the perfect place for dogs to enjoy running and playing in the great outdoors. All our hotels and inns have miles of trails suitable for all abilities. For those who don’t shy away from a challenge, you can climb 653 metres up to the iconic Kinder Scout – the highest point in the Peak District. A gentler alternative would be the picturesque Bakewell Loop walk which offers beautiful views of the village and the opportunity to stop for a well-deserved Bakewell Tart after your walk. You can even get your dog a memorable souvenir and doggy ice cream from Barks and Co, our favourite dog shop in Bakewell.

Discover more dog walks in the Peak District by visiting: Pure Pet Food, 15 Perfect dog walks in the Peak District

Kinder Scout in the Peak District

We’re close to dog-friendly attractions

There is no shortage of more dog-friendly visitor attractions locally in the Peak District, once you have exhausted all the beautiful trails on the doorstep. Allow your dog to soar to new heights on a cable car at The Heights of Abraham, or go underground to Treak Cliff Cavern, which is famous for its unique deposits of Blue John Stone.

Discover the best dog friendly days out in the Peak District: Let’s Go Peak District

Our hotels offer warm and cosy snoozing

What dog doesn’t love to lie next to a burning fire? Our dog friendly hotels have all the comfort your dog would crave after a long walk in the Peak District, from warming fires to soft rugs. Let them curl up and snooze away whilst you enjoy an aperitif with friends or family. 

Dog sat in front at one of our dog friendly hotels in the peak district

We hope our journal has inspired you to bring your dog on your next holiday to the Peak District! You can book to stay in any of our dog friendly hotels in the Peak District, as they all have special bedrooms for four-legged guests. To learn more and book your stay visit: Devonshire Hotels, Canine Retreats

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