self catering cottage holidays in Derbyshire Peak District
You are welcome to bring one well-behaved dog to Foxglove Cottage. Sorry but no dogs are allowed in Columbine Cottage. This area is very dog-friendly and there are numerous walks from the doorstep for you and your dog to explore. In our parish of Ashover there is a network of over 150 footpaths covering 28 miles.
Most of our local pubs make dogs welcome so you can enjoy a walk, a drink and a bar meal accompanied by your pet.
Unlike many cottage owners we do not charge you extra to bring a dog to stay in Foxglove Cottage but we do expect you to respect our property and to be considerate dog owners.
We therefore ask all dog owners to please abide by our Ground Rules.
We realise that the majority of dog owners will regard these rules as common sense. We have regular guests with dogs who return year after year, and problems are rare.
If you aren't happy with our ground rules then perhaps Foxglove Cottage isn't the right place for you and your dog.
You will discover that the Peak District is a wonderful place to bring your dog on holiday. There is an extensive network of public footpaths and bridleways plus over 65 miles of the UK’s best traffic-free trails. Many, like the Monsal Trail, are along disused railway routes.
A number of our major tourist attractions also welcome dogs. For example, you can take your dog into the formal gardens and park at Chatsworth House and to the Crich Tramway Village. The Heights of Abraham, Lea Gardens, Peveril Castle, Treak Cliff Cavern and Renishaw Gardens are all dog-friendly. Or why not take your dog on a Peak Rail trip? For more information see our Places to Visit page.
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Self catering holiday accommodation in Alton near Ashover in Derbyshire
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