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Welcome to your dog friendly holiday in Whitby

We know your Dog is a very important member of your family. Going on holiday without him just isn't an option . From experience and visitors feedback, we also know search and find dog friendly can be a long, tedious task. We decided to address this flaw for tourists who would like to bring their dog on holiday to Whitby.

Open For Dogs
Owners Welcome naturally!

We know there is a significant number of holiday accommodation here in Whitby where pets are welcome. So we have highlighted a variety just for you. We've also added an array of interesting produce, products, news and much more.

From the comfort of your armchair you can browse, book and plan the perfect break for you and your dog. A fun holiday in Whitby really is at your fingertips.

Explore Whitby Where Dogs Are Welcome.

Attractions

Historical and interesting attractions in Whitby, on the Moors and in North Yorkshire. Includes, Captain Cooks Museum Whitby, Whitby Abbey, Castle Howard. Please note - some attractions may not accept dogs. We have put others in because we are aware some holidaymakers do singular pursuits.

 

The childhood and favourite home of Richard 111 and fortress of the might Neville family, Earls of Westmoreland and of Warwick. A fascinating castle to explore. Dog Friendly.

Rainbow trout to buy as well as trout steaks, smoked trout, prawns and scampi. You can also fish in large lake. Tackle hire.

North Yorkshire Moors are spectacular. MIles of heather clad moorland with spectacular scenery. Visit Goathland, Egton,Little Beck, Levisham and more. Great for walking your dog.

Popular North Yorkshire Moors market town. Stream and village ducks. Variety of shops. North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway. 40's week-ends.

The Great Castle of Richmond is breathtakingly sited on a rocky promontory above the River Swale. It is among the oldest of Norman stone fortresses in Britain. Dog Friendly

Rievaulx Abbey is one of the most complete and impressive abbeys in Britain. The atmospheric ruins is set in one of the most tranquil valley spot you will ever see. Dog Friendly.

Supremely talented wildlife artist based in Malton North Yorkshire. Subjects captured in detailed style. Robert also has a gallery at his home in Malton. Subjects include, owls, foxes, hares, zebra and more.

Perched high in a prominent position on the headland over Scarborough. Iron Age Fort and Viking haven up until World War Two. Climb the battlements for stunning Kings Eye Views. Dog Friendly.