Eastgate Cottages
Dogs
We are very pleased to welcome dogs to the cottages and, unlike many establishments, make no additional charges for accepting pets. This is the case because we are delighted to say that we have had little or no problems with the policy. We rely on you to keep up our faith in responsible dog owners and hope you have a great holiday with your dog. At Eastgate Cottages, Pickering and Grove House, Levisham Station, our over friendly Welsh Springer Spaniels, are often around and love the company of other dogs.
We provide a dog pack with blankets and towels and information on local dog walks in the cottage.
Policy
Dog Policy

We ask that:

Please do not leave your dog unattended in the cottage.

Please keep the dogs off the furniture and beds.

Please walk the dog off–site.

Please clear up any dog mess, especially at Eastgate where kids use the lawn.

If your dog gets wet and muddy, use the hose pipe provided.

 

Available at Eastgate or Grove House, Levisham Station.

Poo Bags.

Dog Toys.

Extra Towels.

Dog Cage.

Dog Bed.

Places that you can take dogs with you:
Here are a few we know of:

The Fox and Rabbit

Pub on the road to Whitby (about 5 miles) good pub atmosphere with a limited foody menu.

The New Inn at Cropton

About 5 miles leave Pickering on the road to Helmsley and turn off to Rosedale through Wrelton. It has its own brewery –beware the ale is VERY strong

The Lion Inn at Blakey and the Feversham Arms

Are out on the Moors we’ve not visited either yet but handy if you’ve been out walking on the moors.

The Buck Inn in Thornton le Dale

Its right in the centre of the village allows dogs in the back bar area.

The Kings Head and the George and Dragon Hotels

At Kirkbymoorside both welcomes dogs and are both along the main street in Kirby.

The White Swan Hotel

In Pickering, on the main high street allows dogs at lunchtime when there is a bar menu available, a bit more upmarket and interesting than traditional pub food.

The Buck Inn Wrelton

About 2 miles out of Pickering on the Thrisk road (A170).

Menus available in the most of our cottages or in the main office at Pickering.

Attractions and places to visit

For full details of the attraction check our places to go page. Below is a sample of attractions where dogs are welcome.

North Yorkshire Steam Railway

Allows dogs to travel, great day out with walks at every station.

Castle Howard

Allows dogs in the grounds which are extensive.

Eden Camp

Dogs Welcome Just 4 miles outside Pickering.

Ryedale Folk Museum

At Hutton-le-Hole.

Pickering Castle

Easy walk from the cottages in Pickering

Rievaulx Abbey

Fantastic English Heritage Site

Dogs Welcome Cottages

Pockley Gates

Open Garden
1 Small Dog
More details..

Rowntree

Enclosed Garden
1 Small Dog
More details..

Cinnamere

Enclosed Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Hartoft

Enclosed Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Ellerburn

Shared Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Maybeck

Shared Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Readman

Patio Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Kirkdale

Enclosed Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Skelton

Enclosed Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Bransdale

Enclosed Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Lavender

Enclosed Garden
1 Small Dog
More details..

Farmhouse

Shared Garden
2 Small or 1 Medium Dog
More details..

Welburn

Shared Garden
1 Small Dog
More details..

explore our
website
Welcome Cottages Availability summary Brochures Special packages Late availability Contact details
all about
north yorkshire
Things to do Places to go Information
Call us on:
01751 471310
Or contact us by Email:
Or SkypeMy status
We are available to take your call 7 days a week