Idyllic dog-friendly cottage breaks in Yorkshire for less than £300

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These idyllic cottages around Yorkshire are ideally located for exploring some of the county's most charming towns and rugged landscape, and they're all dog-friendly so you won't have to leave your pet pooch behind.

Fitling Cottage, Fitling

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Cost: £203, for a two night stay

Occupying a peaceful location in the heart of the Holderness countryside, this charming cottage allows up to three dogs to stay and offers a great base for explroing the east Yorkshire coast.

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Quiet walking and cycling trails sit close by, as well as the excellent dog-friendly beach Mappleton Sands.

Honeysuckle Cottage, Crayke

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Cost: £282, for a two night stay

Welcoming two well-behaved pets, this snug cottage provides a comfortable place to stay for a walking filled holiday in the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a wealth of countryside to and charming North Yorkshire towns to explore.

Hill View Cottage, Sinnington

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Cost: £272, for a two night stay

This beautiful property permits up to two dogs to stay and boasts a number of picturesque walking trails close by, which are sure to keep your pets entertained, and the coastal towns of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey are also within easy access.

Blacksmith Cottage, Naburn

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Cost: £196.60

This homely cottage sits in the grounds of The Blacksmiths Arms pub - both of which are dog-friendly - and is conveniently located just four miles from the historic city of York, where you can enjoy a day of sightseeing before heading back to the welcoming quiet of the property's riverside village location.

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The Snug, Glaisdale

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Cost: £207, for a two night stay

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This aptly named cottage provides a perfect base for exploring the Esk Valley and nearby Whitby, with some of the best walking and cycling routes sitting just on the doorstep, along with sandy beaches which your pooch is sure to love.

Reservoir View, Oxenhope

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Cost: £231, for a two night stay

This cosy single-story cottage occupies an enviable location overlooking a reservoir on the outskirts of Oxenhope and Haworth just two miles away, ensuring you'll have plenty of historic sites and outdoor exploring to keep you occupied.

Coachman's Cottage, Nafferton

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Cost: £269, for a two night stay

Pets stay free at this Grade II listed cottage in the heart of the Wolds village of Nafferton and with the main railway line from Hull to Scarborough running through the village, guests can easily escape for a day by the seaside.

Cottage in the Sky, Luddenden

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Cost: £267, for a two night stay

Nestled in the village of Luddenden, this end-terrace cottage boasts glorious views countryside views and sits within less than 10 miles of both Hebden Bridge and Halifax, ensuring plenty to see and do.

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The cottage is pet-friendly and its cosy interior makes it the perfect home away from home.

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Ashknott Cottage, Kirkby Malzeard

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Cost: £283, for a two night stay

This charming dog-friendly cottage provides an ideal base for a peaceful break in the Yorkshire Dales, with plenty of walking routes to explore close by and the historic city of Ripon just a short ten minutes drive away.

Bedrock Cottage, South Crosland

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Cost: £261, for a two night stay

Located in a semi rural setting in the village of South Crosland, this beautifully furnished stone cottage looks out to open countryside and has easy access to the Peak District and Yorkshire Dales National Park - ideal walking territory your dog will love.

Prices are from 1 to 3 June and at time of writing

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