Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Barks Cottage

Peak District
Sleeps 5

Families looking for a peaceful retreat in the Peak District should consider the very charming Barks Cottage in the attractive hamlet of Moneystone. This very peaceful location is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities as well as those simply wishing to relax.

The cottage itself is spacious and well equipped with a lovely sitting room with cosy open fire and two comfortable bedrooms, as well as a modern kitchen. Outside guests can enjoy the tranquil garden and countryside views. Walking opportunities extend from the doorstep and cycling is a great way to explore the region. Two former railway routes are now very popular cycle paths.

For a fun family day trip we recommend a visit to Alton Towers theme park which is just a short drive away. The market town of Ashbourne is also well worth a visit. One well behaved dog is welcome for a small charge of 10 per week. A dog sitting service is also available for an additional small charge.

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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.
23rd September 2018