Dog-friendly accommodation in Derbyshire
At dog friendly accommodation in Derbyshire, you won't be short of things to do with your dog as there's a seemingly endless list of different things to discover and explore. Because of a majority of the Peak District National Park lying within Derbyshire, you can experience excellent days out with your dogs going on a wide variety of walks suited for both novices and the more advanced. A good place to go which is fun for the whole family would be Black Rocks, an outcrop of huge boulders made of gritstone located in the Peak District. A walk in Castleton is also a popular pastime amongst dog-lovers as these rolling hills offer great views and you may even catch a glimpse of Peveril Castle, one of England's many heritage sites. After an exciting day walking through the countryside, catch an evening break in one of many dog friendly pubs or restaurants, then recuperate in one of our dog friendly cottages in Derbyshire.
Places of interest that are dog friendly include Crich Tramway Village, a railway museum with multiple facilities. The museum is dog friendly and is one of few museums that allow dogs in, free of entry. It gains so much praise that it is even recommended by the Dogs Trust of England. Chatsworth near Bakewell is also a popular day out as the outside grounds also allow dogs, this historical, stately home gives you and your dog the opportunity to explore 105 acres of gardens, farmland and estate grounds.