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10 Dog Friendly Cabins For Cosy Autumn Getaways

As the air turns crisp and the leaves begin to change, September heralds the arrival of autumn, a perfect time to embark on a dog friendly cabin getaway. Whether you’re seeking a serene escape in nature or a charming town brimming with fall festivities, there are plenty of options to consider for you and your dog.

In this article, we’ll explore some fantastic dog-friendly getaways for September, focusing on the allure of cosy cabins and other delightful accommodations that will make your autumn vacation memorable.

The Great Escape, Linconshire

The Great escape dog friendly cabin

In the charming town of Louth, Lincolnshire, lies “The Great Escape” – a captivating 3-bedroom dog friendly cabin retreat. Surrounded by serene woodlands, it’s perfect for families and friends including canine family members seeking an extraordinary autumnal getaway.

The open-plan living area welcomes you with a fully-equipped kitchen and inviting dining space for six. Unwind in the spacious lounge with a Smart TV after a day of adventures.

The dog friendly cabin features a lavish king-size bedroom with en-suite, plus two twin bedrooms with ample storage. A family bathroom adds to the comfort. Enjoy your morning coffee on the outdoor decked veranda, embracing the tranquil surroundings and crisp air.

Dog Friendly Cabin Jake’s Place, Devon

Jakes Place welcomes you with its large, sun-kissed south-facing windows that bathe the interior in warmth and vibrant hues. From here, you’ll be seamlessly connected to the private garden and a breathtaking panorama of the sea, trees, and rolling hills. The ambience is one of softwood, airy expansiveness, and an abundance of natural light – the kind that inspires you to kick off your shoes and revel in barefoot wanderings.

Indulge in moments of leisure within the main area, where the wood burner crackles, the inviting sofa beckons, and a captivating book awaits. A separate double bedroom boasts sea views and an exquisite mural, while a cosy bunk room lies nestled between it and the open-plan kitchen dining space. Stepping outside onto the deck, you’ll discover the BBQ and pizza oven, a gateway to culinary delights. Across the garden, a wood-fired hot tub and sauna promise relaxation that complements the soothing dog friendly cabin experience.

Rest & Wild , Shropshire & Exmoor

Nestled within the most exquisite British landscapes, these dog friendly cabins are meticulously crafted and strategically situated solely within National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Immerse yourself in awe-inspiring vistas without any disruptions.

Enter the magical realm, where time takes a pause. Indulge in outdoor copper bathtubs, prepare meals under the celestial canopy, and slumber enveloped by pure nature. Uncover the possibilities that unfold when space is granted for a tranquil breath.

The Chestnut Cabin, Carmarthenshire

Chestnut cabin dog friendly Carmarthenshire

Within the cosy haven of The Cabin, you’ll find enchantment in activities like bird-watching, baking batches of homemade cookies and immersing yourselves in a hot tub’s embrace—moments that truly fill your heart with contentment.

Every amenity you could possibly need, and then some, awaits you at The Cabin. From practical items like weighing scales and mixing bowls to finer touches like tea trays and champagne flutes, it’s all there to enhance your stay.

With evenings that offer the warmth of fireside gatherings, nourishing meals, and stargazing from the hot tub—where shooting stars streak across the sky—deep, restful sleep becomes inevitable. Your days are ripe with adventure, both within the cabin’s embrace and during exhilarating coastal walks in the untamed wind.

Beyond the cabin’s walls, the beckoning of a pizza oven or the allure of a quintessentially British croquet game awaits. The thrill of exploration extends further; venture into the farm’s woods to encounter a medley of hidden woodland creatures, each discovery a delightful surprise.

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Golden Oak Treehouse at Deerpark, Cornwall

This treehouse offers all the features of a Golden Oak cabin, an escape to an idyllic dog friendly cabin in secluded simplicity. Nestled in the heart of the forest. along with an additional ensuite bedroom accessible via a rope bridge. Whether you’re in search of a tranquil space for reconnection or thrilling outdoor escapades, your Golden Oak Treehouse lodging delivers an authentic forest encounter for a group of up to 8 guests.

Unplugged Cabins– Multiple Locations

Unplugged Cabin dog friendly

Unplugged is your gateway to a tranquil escape amidst nature, offering an array of dog friendly off the grid cabins. Embrace the opportunity to disconnect from the digital world and rejuvenate your soul in harmony with the great outdoors. These cabins provide a haven where you and your four-legged companions can unwind, explore, and embark on a digital detox. Immerse yourself in the serene beauty of nature while forging unforgettable moments with your furry friends. Unplug, unwind, and rediscover the joy of simple living surrounded by the soothing melodies of nature’s symphony

The Rook’s Tower, Herefordshire

This beautiful area of thriving woodland is the product of years of careful management from owners Heather and Dale. They bought the land, almost to their own surprise, at a pub auction and have transformed it, with much planting and clearing, into the home of forest creatures from bees to badgers. Since deciding that it was too lovely to keep to themselves, they have created three stunning spaces for guests to enjoy. You might see people from the two other cabins as you’re coming and going, but the cabins are widely spaced, so you’ll mostly meet nobody but the birds. You could easily spend a few days enjoying the simpler things in life – the quiet of the forest, a good book, the crackle of the open fire, but there’s plenty to do if you fancy a day out. The Bromyard Downs, Warren Wood and The Brockhampton Estate are all within walking distance of the cabin. In fact, there are so many beautiful places to visit it is impossible to list them all, but if you decide to go and stay, you get an extensive digital guidebook to assist in planning things to do if you need it.

The Rook’s Tower has been designed to let you simply enjoy the woodland. Huge corner windows let the views and light flood into the open-plan living space, where you’ll find the big sofa, wood burner and handcrafted double bed. There’s even a tree growing right up through the deck, so you really are surrounded by nature. The bathroom is tiled, modern and equipped with a powerful shower, while the kitchen has everything you need to whip up a great meal. Down on the ground, there’s a chiminea and seats so you can finish the day in the gentle glow of the fire and the deep peace of the woods.

The Wildflower dog friendly Shepherd’s Hut ,Northumberland

Enchantingly cosy for autumn and welcoming to dogs. The Wildflower Shepherd’s Hut offers a home away from home, this dog friendly stay complete with indoor and outdoor cooking facilities for leisurely meals. Embrace the serene surroundings through the French doors, relax on lounge chairs on the private south-facing deck, and enjoy a comfortable sleep in a luxury kingsize bed by the wood burner. Stay entertained with a Smart TV, games, and ample charging outlets. As the sun sets, savour outdoor dining by the fields’ glow, and don’t miss the wood-fired hot tub for an extraordinarily natural experience under the stars.

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Conne Cabin, Preston

With its distinctive industrial-style furnishings, Connie Cabin is the perfect choice for a family retreat. Accommodating up to six people,

The kitchen comes fully equipped with modern amenities. In the living/dining area, a spacious dining table with bench seating, a smart TV, and a cosy seating arrangement awaits. Opting for the Cinema Experience package gives access to a living room tablet for streaming the latest films from personal TV services like Netflix or Amazon Prime (using personal accounts). Enjoy this entertainment outdoors on the cinema setup while relaxing in the hot tub or outdoor seating.

Outside, a private hot tub under cover ensures year-round enjoyment. The enclosed garden boasts a fire pit, perfect for marshmallow toasting, while a secure space lets your pet play freely. Disposable BBQs are provided for the fire pit.

Connie Cabin’s interior brims with unique designs. Luminescent walls transform bedrooms into vibrant discos for kids, while adults can relish serene views through expansive windows.

Situated in a serene setting, Connie Cabin offers plenty of outdoor space for exploration

Coppicer’s Dog Friendly Cabin, Hampshire

If you’ve been searching for an escape from the grid, this is truly the perfect destination. Nestled within the heart of the South Downs National Park, you have the freedom to embark on wild adventures in any direction alongside your loyal canine companion. The site itself is surrounded by abundant woodlands, providing ample opportunities for your dog to explore and sniff around. Additionally, there’s a charming stream where you can dip your toes or let your dog enjoy a playful paddle (remember to gauge the current’s strength beforehand). Moreover, you have the option to participate in various on-site courses that facilitate a deep connection with nature.

Whether you decide to venture into nearby towns and villages or simply wander closer to your cabin, your day will conclude delightfully in the cosy abode, next to the comforting warmth of the wood burner.


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