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Have You Discovered Your Dog Friendly Yorkshire?

Have You Discovered Your Dog Friendly Yorkshire?

Nestled on the coastal edge of the North York Moor’s National Park you will find possibly the most dog friendly village in Yorkshire. Robin Hood’s Bay a true Yorkshire Treasure and a dog’s English paradise.

Here’s the Dog friendly list:

Cosy dog friendly cottages for those special holidays with your pooch making memories together:

Lynnfield: Sleeps 10 & Accepts 2 Pets

Joyce Cottage: Sleeps 6 & Accepts 1 Pet

Fisherman’s Cottage: Sleeps 5 & Accepts 2 Pets

Rothwell Cottage: Sleeps 5 & Accepts 1 Pet

Orchard Cottage: Sleeps 5 (7 on request) & Accepts 1 Pet

Brigholme: Sleeps 4 & Accepts 1 Pet

Osbourne Cottage: Sleeps 4 & Accepts 1 Small Pet

Yarra House: Sleeps 4 & Accepts 1 Pet

White Rose: Sleeps 2 & Accepts 1 Pet

Each cottages facilities vary so if curling up in front of a rip-roaring log fire is on your pooch’s holiday bucket list then don’t hesitate to get in touch to find out which cottage is best suited to your furry friend. You will also find detailed descriptions and full accurate amenities lists on each cottage listing available on our website www.baytownholidaycottages.co.uk.

Although the maximum number of dogs accepted is listed with each cottage there are some cottages and instances where this may be negotiated. So, please do get in touch if you do have multiple pets and we will advise you accordingly. Please note that final decisions on pets accepted is made by the individual cottage owner. If the answer in an instance is no it is usually because the property quite simply is not large enough for maximum guests and multiple pets. In this circumstance both Sian and Sam will both endeavour to find an alternative for you.

Dog Friendly Drinking:

The Cove (Formerly Swell & Secret Seaview)

Ye Dolphin

Tea Toast & Post

The Bay Hotel

Smugglers Top Bar & Restaurant

The Laurel Inn

The Victoria Hotel

The Grosvenor Hotel

Quarterdeck Café and Bar at Boggle Hole

The Fylingdales Inn in Fylingthorpe*

The Hare & Hounds in Hawsker**

For those planning their first visit to Robin Hood’s Bay:

*Fylingthorpe is the first village to the left of Robin Hood’s Bay

**Hawsker is the first village above Robin Hood’s Bay

Dog Friendly Eating:

The Cove (Formerly Swell & Secret Seaview)

Ye Dolphin

Tea Toast & Post

The Bay Hotel

Galley on the Quarterdeck

 Smugglers Restaurant

The Coffee Shack & Creperie

Morwen Le Faye Tearooms

Elle Estelles Café

Berties of Bay (Formerly The Old Bakery)

The Laurel Inn

The Victoria Hotel

The Grosvenor Hotel

Quarterdeck Café and Bar at Boggle Hole

The Fylingdales Inn in Fylingthorpe*

The Hare & Hounds in Hawsker**

Falling Foss Tea Garden*** in Sneaton Forest

For those planning their first visit to Robin Hood’s Bay:

*Fylingthorpe is the first village to the left of Robin Hood’s Bay

**Hawsker is the first village above Robin Hood’s Bay

*** Falling Foss Tea Garden is open seasonally usually from Easter to October weather depending. Sneaton Forest is a 5-mile walk from Robin Hood’s Bay or a 5 minute or so drive.

Please note that at some establishments seating with dogs maybe restricted to outside seating only. Please check with each establishment first. Many if not all will be happy to accommodate with a dish of cold water for your pooch. You will also find some establishments will have complimentary dog treats or dog snacks for sale.

There is an abundance of places to eat and drink within the North York Moors National Park, far, far too many to potentially even begin to list. There is one recommendation however we have to make and that is The Board Inn at Lealholm for both dog friendly drinking and dining.

Dog Friendly Shops:

It may surprise you to know many of the shops in Robin Hood’s Bay are dog friendly. It may also surprise you to know we have our very own dog shop dedicated to our canine best friends. That shop is:

Paws of Robin Hood’s Bay

So, the pooch can do a little bit of their own souvenir shopping. Also, if you have forgotten the doggy essentials Paws are sure to have what you need.

Well we did tell you Robin Hood’s Bay is a dog’s paradise and we haven’t got to the beach yet.

Further afield you will find the Fuzzy Dog Bakery in Whitby just 6 miles from Robin Hood’s Bay.

Throughout the North York Moors National Park are dog friendly shops and most will display a sign to let you know your pooch is welcome.

Robin Hood’s Bay Beach:

What can we say? Robin Hood’s Bay Beach is the doggy piece de resistance, the absolute ultimate in pooch fun. There is not a single restriction for dogs on Bay Beach. Dog friendly all year round this is a sure win of a playground for your dog. Rockpools, oodles of seaweed, pebbles, driftwood, sand and lots of other doggies to make friends with.

All along the coast of the North York Moors National Park you will find more dog friendly beaches. Although some may have restrictions for dogs during certain times of the year don’t let this put you off taking your pooch. We have a stunning coast just waiting for you to discover.

A full list of Beaches within the North York Moors National Park are:

Robin Hood’s Bay

Stoupe Beck Sands (Between Robin Hood’s Bay & Ravenscar)

Hayburn Wyke

Kettleness

Port Mulgrave

Runswick Bay

Staithes

Sandsend

Whitby

Just outside our National Park you will also find:

Marske Sands (Near Redcar)

Saltburn

Coatham Beach (Near Redcar)

Granville Beach (Near Redcar)

Lifeboat Station Beach (Near Redcar)

Scarborough South Bay

Scarborough North Bay

South Gare Beach (Near Redcar)

Stray Beach (Near Redcar)

Cattersty Sands (Skinningrove)

Dog Walks:

There are so many walks to be had here in Robin Hood’s Bay and not just along our fabulous beach.

The Cinder Track is the old railway line that ran from Whitby to Scarborough. It spans 21 miles along coastal sections, wooded areas, moorland and villages.

The Cleveland Way is a 109-mile walk in total starting inland at Helmsley and finishing in Filey. The Cleveland Way takes in Towns, Villages, landmarks, heritage, heather moorland and the most dramatic coastline. Your pooch will need a good head for heights for this one and a good level of fitness.

Fylingdales Moor is the backdrop of Robin Hood’s Bay.

Sneaton Forest which is 5 miles away is a lovely woodland walk with your pooch and you are sure to meet lots of other furry friends along the way especially during the months that Falling Foss Tea Garden is open.

The North York Moors National Park is home to a whole host of walks that both you and your beloved pet can enjoy.

There may be times when you are coming to Robin Hood’s Bay for a special occasion and must attend minus your beloved pooch but the Terms and Conditions of renting a Baytown Holiday Cottage stipulate that pets must not be left on their own in the cottage. You don’t want to leave the pooch at home for the sake of one day, but you can’t leave them while you celebrate or party your day or night away. What to do? We may just have the answer. Happy Hounds Pet Service.

Happy Hounds Pet Service offer full Dog Boarding and Dog Walking services. A passionate team that love what they do and provide your pooch with a home from home service.

Now you have discovered your dog friendly Yorkshire in Robin Hood's Bay all there is left to do is Book.

Please note:

 The term pet refers to dogs only. No other animals are accepted in a Baytown Holiday Cottage. Please accept our apologies. 

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