Perhaps the most iconic spot in the Peak District, and perfect for a dog walk, is . A gritstone escarpment and plateau, that looks out over miles of moorland and pastures. It was made famous in the . It feels like you’ve reached the roof of the Peak District; a vantage point for existential pondering, with nothing but the unfolding world below and the transcendental white noise of the wind.
Book yourself a dog friendly cottage in the Peak District and get away from it all. Though, don’t worry, it may be secluded, but it’s not isolated. The Peak District is surrounded by the cultural centres of Manchester, Sheffield, and Leeds. You could be taking in the bright lights of an evening and be back in your snug, luxury holiday cottage by bedtime.
If you and your dog are brave enough, The Peak District is also a haven for wild swimming. A chilly dip, though it may seem silly, is a psychologically rejuvenating experience. Once you’ve tried wild swimming, you may not want to turn back. A well-know location is the moodily named Black Mere Pool, an almost spherical wellspring, high above the quaint town of Leek. Both an eerie and beautiful place depending on the sky’s make up, or on the ingress of swirling fogs. Though without a doubt, an atmospheric place for a picnic and a swim, or perhaps some landscape photography.
Our dog friendly cottages in the Peak District come as two types, dogs accepted and dogs welcome. Our dogs welcome cottages go the extra mile to give your dog a special welcome. You’ll find an exciting doggy welcome hamper with some useful items for your dog friendly holiday in the Peak District, such as dog toys and towels, and waste bags.