The lodge is set on the edge of the magnificent Grizedale Forest, which has a fascinating variety of bird and wildlife, including deer. In summer the balcony and patio are the perfect place to relax. Bedrooms are comfortable and some have four-poster beds and splendid views. Hearty breakfasts with whisky laced porridge, Cumberland sausage and locally cured bacon, can be enjoyed in the attractive breakfast room. Trout fishing can be arranged.
Dogs are allowed in bedrooms but are not allowed in the public rooms. Dogs can be exercised in the surrounding forest.
The Wilson Arms is a family owned country inn sat snugly in the shadow of the world famous Old Man of Coniston and Dow Crag. An ideal stop off for those travelling the Cumbria Way, being one days walk from the beginning (or end depending on the direction) this charismatic Lake District inn is the perfect country retreat.
Dogs are more than welcome to stay in selected rooms
Traditional 500 year old inn on Hawkshead's peaceful Main Square. The popular bar has oak beams, an open fire, beer garden and a great selection of real ales and malt whiskies. Meals can be taken in the bar or dining room. The cosy bedrooms are full of character. Three self catering cottages are also available.
Well behaved dogs are allowed in bedrooms and the bar.
Farmhouse that was once owned by Beatrix Potter and featured as Hill Top farm in the movie "Miss Potter". The old oak panelled walls and floors give the house great character, however sound travels easily through the house so it is not suitable for small children and there are no televisions.
18th Century coaching inn with spectacular views of Ullswater and the surrounding countryside. The fully refurbished inn has a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. High quality food can be enjoyed in the restaurant, terrace, lounge or bar. The traditional bar has an open fire and a dart board.
Dogs are always welcome in the bar and in several of the bedrooms at a charge of £10 per stay.
Cuckoo Brow Inn
Far Sawrey, Nr Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0LQ T: 01593 443425
Situated in the heart of the quiet village of the Far Sawrey, just a ¾ mile pleasant stroll to the National Trust home of Beatrix Potter, our Lake District Inn welcomes you to come and sit by the fire. Situated at the top of the hill in between Lake Windermere and Hawkshead Village, surrounded by beautiful scenery, popular walking and cycling trails and of course the countryside which Beatrix Potter drew her inspiration from. We are a classic, yet contemporary Inn, which has recently been renovated and lovingly restored to its former glory.
Detached former vicarage between the villages of Windermere and Bowness. Bedrooms are individually decorated to a high standard and four-poster rooms are available. Home cooked local produce is a feature of the breakfast and dinner menu.
Dogs are allowed in three bedrooms.
1 Park Road
1 Park Road, Windermere, Cumbria LA23 2AW T: 015394 42107
Dog friendly bed and breakfast in the Lake District situated close to shops, restaurants and Lake Windermere.
Well behaved dogs are welcome in the bedrooms at a charge of £10 for 1 dog and £15 for 2 dogs. Dogs are not allowed in the lounge or dining room. Dog cage, toys and bowls can be borrowed if necessary. There is an excellent park 200 metres away and a local pet shop. Spare doggy towels and a hose can be used to clean your dog.
This traditional property has been decorated in a bright contemporary style. Bedrooms are spacious and all have jacuzzi spa baths. Some of the ground floor rooms have their own entrance. The self-service continental breakfast can be taken in the lounge or in your bedroom.
Dogs are allowed in the bedrooms which have their own external access. There is a charge of £5 per dog per night.
As well as comfortable B&B accommodation, this is the only bed and breakfast in Ambleside with its own swimming pool and hot tub, sauna, guest lounge and extensive terrace. It is located only 2 minutes walk from Ambleside town centre, wonderfully situated for trips to Grasmere, Windermere and Keswick. If the Lake District landscape is your passion, there is easy access from the front door of the B&B onto the Lakeland fells and with a little effort you'll enjoy stunning views down Lake Windermere.
Dogs are very welcome to stay with their owners. There is no charge for dogs.
Real ale pub with its own micro-brewery situated in a quiet village, two miles east of Windermere. The pub serves an excellent range of traditional hand pulled ales and has a varied food menu with constantly changing Chefs Specials.
Dogs are very welcome in the bar and can stay in most of the bedrooms. Owners can eat breakfast with their dog. There is a charge of £4 per dog per night (£1 from this is donated to the Dogs Trust).
Georgian house with stunning views over the Lyth valley, in an area of great natural beauty, with pleasant woodland and riverside walks. The valley is situated within the southern boundary of the Lake District National Park and is famous for its damson orchards and is just 5 miles from Kendal. The guesthouse has a spacious lounge and well-appointed dining room. The comfortable bedrooms have valley, garden or church views. Two self catering cottages converted from 300 year old barns are also available.
Dogs are allowed in rooms. Please let us know that you are bringing your dog when booking.
Bed and breakfast set in an unspoilt corner of the Lake District National Park. Beech Hill House is ideally situated for visiting the the South Lakes and Furness Peninsulas, North Lancashire including Morecambe Bay and the waterfalls and caves of the Yorkshire Dales. It is also within easy reach of Newby Bridge, Lakeside, Bowness-on-Windermere and Hawkshead.
All sizes and numbers of dogs are welcome. There is an additional charge of £4 per dog per night. Please don't leave your dog unattended. Your dog can join you for breakfast if you check with other guests first. A dog goodie basket is given to visiting dogs. There is a small garden at the side of the house and a disused road nearby where dogs can be let off leads. The back garden is for the owners' use only for their fostered greyhounds. The local pub is dog friendly.