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Dog Friendly Cottages in the Lincolnshire Wolds

The Lincolnshire Wolds is an incredible place to explore, with its rolling hills and woodlands with walking trails. Make sure everyone in the family gets involved, including your four-legged friends. With dog friendly cottages in the Lincolnshire Wolds you will be able bring one or two dogs along for the journey and make the most of the self-catering facilities.

Many of the cottages come with beautiful gardens that the dogs can run around in when the weather is nice. Make sure to remember to bring their dog beds and some toys to keep them preoccupied. There are plenty of trails and villages to explore on foot and breathe in the fresh air of the countryside. At the end of a long day of travelling you can enjoy a home cooked meal from the fully equipped kitchen.

Our Picks for Dog Friendly Cottages in the Lincolnshire Wolds

Below you will find the best accommodation in the Lincolnshire Wolds that caters for dogs.

Greetham Retreat

Located in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, the Greetham Retreat is near the town of Horncastle and is surrounded by the wonderful countryside with a pond nearby.

Greetham Retreat is made up of four self-catering cottages that have award winning facilities. Each cottage comes with different rooms and sizes, and you can choose from:

  • Maggie’s Mews sleeping up to 4 people
  • Laura’s Loft sleeping 2 people
  • Wendy’s Wing sleeping 2 people
  • Rose’s Rest sleeping 2 people

All the cottages come with a fully equipped kitchen, open plan living area and incredible views of the countryside. Guests can make use of the shared laundry room and outdoor BBQ.

Up to two pets are welcome to stay in Maggie’s Mews and Wendy’s Wing, while a small dog can stay with you in Rose’s Rest. You may even find that you have a ‘special doggie welcome treat’ waiting for you and your pets.

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Old Barn Cottages

What was once a Georgian style barn has been transformed into luxury self-catering accommodation in the Lincolnshire Wolds.

Old Barn Cottages is a wonderful retreat that are all ground level and ooze character and charm.

Two out of the three cottages have two bedrooms and the third has three bedrooms. Each cottage comes with the following features:

  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Open plan lounge/diner
  • TV with DVD player
  • Bed linen and towels
  • Shower room

You will also have the luxury of a patio garden that has panoramic views of the meadows and woodlands. Well-behaved pets are more than welcome to stay at the site, at no extra cost!

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Kents Farm Cottages

Set in the village of Austen Fen and surrounded by 12 acres of countryside, Kents Farm Cottages is a four-star self-catering accommodation that is perfect for those who want to see the new born seal pups in Donna Nook.

The two cottages were converted from an old Lincolnshire farm, with one having one bedroom and the other having two. Each cottage comes with the following features:

  • Open plan kitchen/diner
  • Lounge with sofa
  • TV
  • Bathroom
  • Private Patio with table and chairs
  • Off road parking

Dogs are allowed to stay in the accommodation with a charge of £15 per pet, per night. However, you must make sure that they are not left on their own inside the cottage.

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Poachers Hideaway Holiday Cottages

Nestled away in a secluded valley in the Lincolnshire Wolds lies Poachers Hideaway Holiday Cottages. Set within 170 acres of woodlands and meadows, you can enjoy one of six restored farm buildings.

While there is the traditional Victorian farmhouse, there are also six other self-catering accommodation, all of which sleep a number of people. Each cottage comes with the following features:

  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Dining area
  • Lounge
  • Comfortable bedrooms
  • Bedding and towels
  • Bathroom

Dogs are welcome in Juice Trump Cottage, Shire Horse Barn, Bluebell Cottage, Viking Cottage and the Snug for the price of £20 per dog.

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