Pet Friendly Cottage Company

1 Primitive Mews

Peak District
Sleeps 2

This one-bedroomed, pet-friendly, terraced cottage has stone-flagged floors and sits in the heart of Chelmorton, an ancient village in the Peak District National Park. The village has a traditional pub, a medieval church and it's surrounded by superb walking country with ancient paths and bridleways.

There's a very pleasant five mile walk from the village that takes you across the fields and into Horseshoe Dale, past a series of caves and back to Chelmorton. And for great shopping, the popular spa of Buxton is just a short distance away.

1 Primitive Mews boasts a 50" plasma TV and Blu-Ray player, as well as an iPod dock  and a selection of books and games. It's perfect for a couple and the gravelled yard has outdoor furniture for relaxing evenings in the setting sun. One dog is welcome.

Days out in the area include Haddon Hall, a stunning English Tudor country house, used extensively by film crews because of its beautiful location. It's in the heart of the Peak National Park overlooking the River Wye and well worth a visit if you're staying in nearby Chelmorton.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Peak District
Nine Ladies Stone Circle
Nine Ladies Stone Circle in Derbyshire is a complete early bronze age stone circle, forming part of a complex of prehistoric circles on Stanton Moor. You can enjoy stunning views from the site and easy access to several walking paths. Dogs on leads are welcome. Contact site for any restrictions.
Peveril Castle
Peveril Castle is a fantastic English heritage site, perched on cliff tops above the pretty village of Castleton. Dogs love exploring this site and there are several fantastic walks nearby including the very scenic Cavedale Route which is very popular with nature lovers and photographers. Dogs must be kept on leads at the castle. Restrictions may apply in some areas.
Treasure Trails
Treasure trails Leicestershire and Rutland have been created to offer fun for the whole family and many bring their dogs along too. These self guided walking tours are between one and three miles and are themed. You can enjoy treasure hunt, murder mystery and spy mission walks, many of which pass through parks, gardens and woodland areas, so plenty of places for your dog to run around. Some cafes and pubs along the way have water bowls for dogs but we recommend taking some water with you just in case. Please not that dogs may need to be on leads at some points during the walk.
16th December 2017